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"Figuring It Out With Anthony Pham" is a podcast that I created where I meet with straight hustlers doing just that - figuring out the game, and killing it in their respective fields. I also wanted it to be a place where anyone can use as context of where to start, what to expect, how my guests found their passion and what they recommend for people getting into a new space or new career. I want to share the ups and downs of these journeys so that it inspires people to at least go out and giv ...
 
Welcome to Make time. I have conversations with people about how they’ve made time instead of excuses to get to where they are in life. My name is Miguel and I work in 368 Broadway in NYC. These are my conversations with people I meet in this creative space. I have live streams of the podcasts on twitch.tv/miguelmeolaFollow me on Instagram to see when we are about to go live.instagram.com/miguelmeolaAlso check out our YouTube channel.youtube.com/channel/UCE2aC5SPC78HtPtDiJA9erQ Support this ...
 
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For the first insight of 2021 Amber Dassow, a Facility Administrator from Wisconsin shares a helpful tip on how to better receive feedback and manage gossip that isn’t always easy to hear. Mini-insights come from our teammates far and wide around the Village. This bi-weekly listener mail showcasing is a fantastic way to hear from our listening lead…
 
This week, our new Chief Wisdom Officer, Stacey Irving, shares her belief that personal and professional growth comes down to safety and genuine trust. Trusting environments allow for teams and individuals to reach their greatest potential, and in this episode, Stacey shares feedback she has received to become more authentic and trustworthy, and ti…
 
This week, two teammates from our Nurse Advisor Team, Denise Latham-Lee and Angus Power, dive into one of the five elements of belonging: voice. They share stories about times they have empowered teammates to have a voice, through demonstrating care, trust, and deep listening. Denise and Angus also reflect on times they have not led as strongly, an…
 
Making a decision as a leader can be tough, especially when you don’t always have data that points to the “right” answer. This week, Dr. Jeff Giullian, DaVita’s Chief Medical Officer, discusses how important it is to have an internal compass – your core values – to help make these decisions. Dr. G shares about the tough feedback he received in medi…
 
Have you ever felt like you had to make a choice between getting stuff done and leading with empathy? Chakilla Robinson-White, Group Vice President of our Galaxy team, shares stories and tips that can help you do both! Chakilla shares a story about the impact of our most senior leadership at DaVita demonstrating empathy through actionable response …
 
This week, two of our Facility Administrators, Jenna Mortenson and Jason Pham, offer insights for motivating your team. They both share their definition of motivation, and practical tips for connecting to the motivation of your team and teammates. Jason’s one tip is to be intentional about recognition, and Jenna’s one tip is to challenge your teamm…
 
This week, Sara Brady, a senior director of Clinical Services from our Polaris team, opens our ninth season by diving into the topic of leading with joy and laughter. In her opinion, the best leaders “grab hold of your heart, and teach you something in your head.” How has she done this herself? Storytelling, vulnerability, empathetic listening, and…
 
This week, Stephanie shares advice she got from her dad early in her career: “no one cares about your career as much as you do.” She describes how she has partnered with her past managers (successfully and less successfully), to get to know them and their leadership and communication styles. Her one tip? Track your biggest accomplishments and chall…
 
Jamie Bolster, a Group Facilitator in the Greater Boston Area, shares what belonging means to her and how the Village welcomes new teammates. What have you recently done to create belonging for current or new teammates? Mini-insights come from our teammates far and wide around the Village. This bi-weekly listener mail showcasing is a fantastic way …
 
This week, Anthony Okpara, a Facility Administrator from Bridgeton, New Jersey, shares an analogy his preceptor (trainer) gave him when he first started that helped him build his confidence as a leader. Mini-insights come from our teammates far and wide around the Village. This bi-weekly listener mail showcasing is a fantastic way to hear from our …
 
Listen to stories shared by Kathleen Waters, DaVita’s Chief Legal Officer, about growing up with a working mother, succeeding in a male-dominated profession, and her “tricks of the trade” as a working mom herself. She shares why it is so important to have different perspectives around the table, whether that table is an interview panel or a weekly …
 
Amanda Foschini, a Facility Administrator from Philadelphia, reminds us that leadership takes practice! As leaders, we have to be able to give feedback that works best for your teammate, and then ask for feedback on your feedback. How have you recently adjusted your leadership style? Mini-insights come from our teammates far and wide around the Vil…
 
This week we welcome Janae James and Jamie Hein, Group Facility Administers in Colorado, who share their best practices and feedback they have received over the years that have helped them create belonging for new teammates. Whether it is posting signs welcoming a new teammate, ordering lunch for the first day, or decorating their locker or workspa…
 
This week, our very special guest, Lana Berman, host Grace Berman’s 9 year-old daughter, shares a time she found it hard to get along with someone who seemed different from her. Hosts Grace and Doug tie this back to DaVita’s Diversity and Belonging efforts, and how sometimes all it takes is a little intentionality to discover that there is more tha…
 
As DaVita’s Chief Nursing Officer, Mandy Hale has had a lot of experience leading teams and her family through the uncertainty of COVID-19. She has accepted this challenge as an opportunity to lead, navigate, shine, and inspire others. “As leaders, we are also navigators. We owe it to those we lead to navigate through times of both certainty and un…
 
This week we hear from Seth Miller, a Division Vice President in Pacific Gold. His tip to get more comfortable with having conversations on race is to make it personal. He tells a story of how he reached out to a friend after the murder of George Floyd, and how it motivated him to act, and speak up with his team, rather than remain silent. Mini-ins…
 
In response to the national dialogue on racial injustice and prejudice, brought to the forefront by the senseless killing of George Floyd, as well as Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and too many others, DaVita leaders are stepping up to lead conversations around race and take action against the systemic racism that affects our teammates and patients…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
At DaVita, we like to say, "One cannot pour from an empty cup." During times of uncertainty and stress, we can sometimes forget to practice self-care and give ourselves permission to refill our cups, so that we have the mental and emotional energy to take care of others. To help our teammates fill their cups, please enjoy our guided mindfulness ser…
 
This week Tad Stahel, Division Vice President of Home Therapies and Hospital Services, defines “growth mindset” and how it can be used to lead yourself and your teams through challenges. Tad believes that it is important for leaders to build a growth mindset because it creates resilience, optimism, and an “ownership mentality” amongst teammates. He…
 
In this week's episode, Lisa Miller, Division Vice President of Avanti, shares experiences of set-backs and challenges that have built her into the leader she is today. Leaders in particular are measured by their resilience: how they behave and how they respond to others in difficult times. Throughout the episode, Lisa shares many tips and examples…
 
In this week's special episode, Kenny Gardner, DaVita's Chief People Officer, shares some tips and resources on how to lead teams through COVID-19. This podcast was recorded remotely from three different locations. Kenny has been a DaVita teammate for nearly a decade, and has become a veteran at handling emergencies and crises, particularly hurrica…
 
This week we hear from Susan Spear, a Facility Administrator in Newport News, Virginia. Her tip is simply to lead with kindness. How? Take a deep breath, remain calm, and speak softly. This will have a positive impact on both your teammates and patients. Mini-insights come from our teammates far and wide around the Village. This bi-weekly listener …
 
To close out the year and Season 5, we are excited to welcome back our very first guest, our own Chief Wisdom Officer, Dave Hoerman. Dave chats with us about the idea of our “brand”, and what it means in our leadership and relationships. He shares with us how brand connects with our DaVita symbol of head, heart, and hands; how he intentionally crea…
 
Season 5 of the podcast we are featuring our leaders from our dialysis centers—our beloved Facility Administrators! This week we hear from Patricia Davis, Group Facility Administrator in Philadelphia, PA. Patricia has beautiful advice. She wants to encourage anyone seeking growth opportunities for leadership roles, to set their goals for what they …
 
This week we hear from two of our Facility Administrators, Inoka Jayasignhe, leading a center in Covina, CA and Jeff Daniel, leading a center in Southfield, MI—on why it is important to lead daily “homeroom” meetings, and how they do it in their clinics. We define homeroom meetings within the Village as a daily huddle with teammates. Both Jeff and …
 
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