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Expectations have changed in so many ways. This week on Mindful Social, I'm with Roshaunda Green. She shares her perspective on some fresh ways to look at leadership and culture in this new normal, and some tips to network and the hunt for a job that fits the way we want to work going forward. Have a listen and visit the blog for more info and cont…
 
This week on Mindful Social I talk with Heather Gwaltney, author of Be Kind and Take No Sh*t: A Woman's Guide to Balance, Power & Joy Visit the blog post to grab a free chapter of her book. We covered a lot of ground in this chat! We covered some of the challenges women face as leaders in our current work culture, with different management and styl…
 
As responsible and conscious marketers we are taking a closer look at how marketing is handing issues of culture, diversity, and inclusion, especially on social media (this is mindful social after all!). This week Janet facilitates a conversation with 4 individuals who have their fingers on the pulse of the issues, to offer insights into what's bee…
 
What's the first thing you think about when you hear the words "Diversity and Inclusion"? Is it unconscious bias tests? Maybe you've worked somewhere you had to take diversity and inclusion training in order to move up in the company and it was just another box to check off? Or maybe you'd LOVE to find a company that took diversity, inclusion, and …
 
At the moment it is even more important that our teams feel safe, heard and working together isn't it? In Mike Robbin's new book he addresses core principles include fostering an environment of psychological safety, fostering inclusion and belonging, addressing and navigating conflict, and maintaining a healthy balance of high expectations and empa…
 
On the show this week my guest is Julie Kratz, an inclusive leadership trainer and founder of Next Pivot Point. We talked at length on what it's like to live and work through this pandemic while having smart conversations about how we want to be now and going forward. How can we be in the driver's seat deciding the path we take through and beyond t…
 
These days the more we can put our focus on the good in the world the better! Gina Biegel is the author of “Take in the Good- Skills for Staying Positive and Living Your Best Life”. The book has some of my favorite positive coping skills, to help us move away from destructive or harmful patterns and towards ones that can make us happier, healthier …
 
In today’s episode I talk with Christine Clifton about advocacy for ourselves and those we care for when working within the medical system. Being a voice for ourselves or someone else is absolutely key whenever we are engaged within these systems. Christine and I talk about our own experiences with learning to practice self-advocacy and her journey…
 
Michael Brenner shares with us what’s really at the root of being disengaged and miserable in our jobs, and spoiler alert, sometimes it’s US, our attitude, expectations or even our victim mindset. Get the book today : Mean People Suck: How Empathy Leads to Bigger Profits and a Better Life, --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jfouts/support…
 
Maria helps us see what makes people successful is not just the most intelligent person in the room, Not necessarily the best concepts, but the teams who have the best soft skills, the best collaboration, empathy and how we are starting to see more data and proof that soft skills really do make a huge difference in how success happens. Want to hear…
 
On the show this week is Bryan Kramer. We’ve been friends for years, and seen the changes in social media marketing from what used to be seen as a marketing tool to people actually want to communicate with each other, and how moving from the hustle of a marketing agency has changed his outlook on work and life. --- Support this podcast: https://anc…
 
My guest on Mindful Social this week is Molly Cantrell-Kraig. Boy, does this woman have a story! She's been through the wringer a few times in her life, yet she's managed to do so much more than survive, she's thrived. Her new book Circuit Train Your Brain- Daily Habits That Develop Resilience is such a great read. You know by now that one of my fa…
 
When you ask someone their experience in the world of work, what kind of stories do you hear? Many of us go to work and come home feeling stressed, less than enough, exhausted. Friday is looked forward to. Monday? Not so much. I really enjoyed chatting with Jason Lauritsen this week about his new book, Unlocking High Performance, and his work with …
 
This chat with Bruce McIntyre covers a lot of topics, from his personal journey as a caregiver for his wife with Parkinson's disease to serving as the Executive Director of the Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma. He’s been through quite a lot on this journey and has dedicated his life to helping other family caregivers learn how to take care of their…
 
This week on Mindful Social I talk with Christine Comaford about her newest book: Power Your Tribe. The book hits home on a lot of levels, particularly when we’re talking about creating a safe space for growth, energy, and creativity in the workplace. Lean more about this episode here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jfouts/support…
 
This week I'm speaking with Heidi Sloss, another entrepreneur who has also made some major changes in her life and work. She's taken her experiences owning several businesses and feeling "stuck" and rigid in her life, now she's on a new career path, one that helps people be well. Learn more on the blog! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/j…
 
This week I’m talking with Immanual Joseph, PhD, about compassion. In the workplace, at home, for others and for ourselves. On the podcast, Immanual said: “Courage is fierce. In the workplace it involves standing up to popular opinion, Standing up to your co-workers and friends to do the right thing. It’s also being vulnerable, Compassion is the op…
 
In his new book, “Seven Practices of a Mindful Leader: Lessons from Google and a Zen Monastery Kitchen” Marc offers an essential guide for leaders of all types, shapes and sizes. Whether you are leading a corporation, a classroom, a family or a country, there is much to gain by spending quality time with this book.--- Support this podcast: https://…
 
When something happens to an employee outside of work, how that company responds is representative of the company culture. In their newly released book, The ROI of Compassion: Unleashing the Ultimate Performance, Production and Profits with Strategic Caring in Traumatic Times, Lisa and Loren Murfield tells the story of their personal experiences of…
 
How do we show up at work? Is it our whole, authentic self or some avatar we hope will be what people trust, value and engage with? This week's guest, Mike Robbins, is the author of: Bring your Whole Self to workHow vulnerability unlocks creativity, connection and performance.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jfouts/support…
 
Are you thinking of how, when, or why you should be mobilizing your employees to get more engaged with sharing and supporting your business online? Are you holding them back just in case it doesn't go well? Listen to this week's show with Michael Brito and maybe you'll see how that old-school thinking is working against you.--- Support this podcast…
 
I had the great pleasure of interviewing Leah Weiss on the Mindful Social Business podcast about the launch of her new book, “How We Work: Live Your Purpose, Reclaim Your Sanity, and Embrace the Daily Grind” . We talked about so many things, including the role of compassion at work, finding our purpose and, of course, how we can find purpose and ha…
 
Dorie's new book, "Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise, Create Multiple Income Streams, and Thrive" is an easy yet information packed read. She truly takes a mindful approach to building a personal reputation and how to turn that into a successful entrepreneurial venture.She interviewed more than 50 entrepreneurs in a wide variety of indus…
 
Creating a culture of mindfulness at work can dramatically impact the efficiency and effectiveness of your team. Human Resources professionals are in a great position to help change the workplace culture by making a commitment to incorporating some mind training into the organization. This kind of change leads to many benefits, including a happier …
 
Kathleen is a respected coach for entrepreneurs and authors on growing a business and marketing themselves with tons of experience in many stages of business. We talk about the value of a good business failure, keeping forward momentum, vetting partners and clients for the best possible outcome for everyone. That’s mindful business!--- Support this…
 
Christine Clifton is author of "You Don't Have to Shout to Stand Out" and owner of MindfulBusinessMatters.com. She is a self-described "SsurThriver": a southern woman living in a northern land; the only girl in a family full of boys; an articulate and social introvert; and a practical spiritualist. Introverts unite! We too, can get out from behind …
 
Park Howell, Park has been helping businesses and individuals uncover their story and connect with their customers for over 30 years. He's whittled his process down to some really doable steps that will help you discover and craft your brand story and tell it in a way that is compelling to your market. Read more on the blog: http://bit.ly/2k5JpN2--…
 
This week’s guest is Gini Dietrich and we explore what it means to take a mindful approach to content creation and community around our businesses. Gini shares with us her process for using active listening to truly understand what people want and the language they use to communicate effectively. That makes it a whole lot easier to deliver content …
 
We all know sales is a tough job. Some people excel at it naturally, others? Not so much. What’s the difference? I believe it comes from a genuine interest in the customer’s problem rather than a “gotta make this sale!” attitude. It comes from a more human, relationship place. What does the morning routine of a mindful social sales person look like…
 
As we go through our lives certain types of events happen over and over and our awareness of these events (or lack thereof) and how we respond to them directly affects how things go from there in our personal and business lives. My guest this week is Ola Agbaimoni and she has identified 7 key elements, or “momentous moments“. She says these moments…
 
Leslie brought her experience as a marketer, to finding the right fit to marketing Go2Kitchens, taking a considered approach to building an active community from Facebook to Livestream. Learn more on http://mindfulsocialmarketing.com/go2kitchens--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jfouts/support…
 
For hundreds of years, people shared ideas, values, and teachings through storytelling. Advertising interrupted our entire way of communicating. For many years, we’ve been told what to think by media, television, and advertisers, and it’s disrupted our ability to create culture and contribute to culture like we used to. When social media came into …
 
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