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Jun 13, 2022

“What does good connection look like to you?”.

Rather than assuming what is needed for teams to work well together remotely, it’s a question that McKenna Sweazey suggests be asked to all team members.

On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, McKenna shares tips on rewriting virtual...


May 16, 2022

No matter how hard we may try to control business outcomes, nothing ever goes perfectly according to plan.

In fact, sometimes, things go so far off the tracks that we may be drawn to protect ourselves – to hide all possible traces of our missteps.

On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast,...


#075 - Why Your Data-Driven Approach to Consistent Growth is BS with Tim Cakir

Apr 18, 2022

Is being data-driven something that you use to describe yourself?

Have you ever stopped to reflect on where data may be driving your decisions in the wrong direction?

On how it can so commonly be influenced by how it’s gathered and the assumptions and bias that we unknowingly build into our data.

On this...


Apr 18, 2022

Is being data-driven something that you use to describe yourself?

Have you ever stopped to reflect on where data may be driving your decisions in the wrong direction?

On how it can so commonly be influenced by how it’s gathered and the assumptions and bias that we unknowingly build into our data.

On this episode...


Sep 20, 2021

“When is that moment when [my] brain goes to shaming, blaming, defensiveness, victimization, patronization, persecution?”

According to Denise Cooper, Founder and CEO of Remarkable Leadership Lessons, the key to stepping out of the repetitive cycles of shame and blame we’ve been socialized to engage in is...