Our Voice is the most important tool to live a passionate, fulfilled, and authentic life. There’s a beautiful, complex, and deeply psychological connection between one’s nature, one’s voice, and one’s community. Our words, the way we share them, and the very sound of our voice can change minds, move mountains, convey important messages, bring audiences to tears, and transform the existence of others.
The way we communicate is a direct tool for leadership and change. Once we learn how to use our voice – without fear, hesitation, or the belief that we must fit into a mold – that’s when the magic happens. To help us understand the power of voice and speak authentically is author, speaker and coach Laura Handke.
Are you a leader that is focused on building a stronger culture with long-term retention in mind? Looking for new strategies to increase your team’s productivity and results?
If you are looking for ways to develop environments that help your people bring their best selves to the work they do, then you are going to enjoy my conversation with Leadership expert, speaker, coach and advisor Shawna Schuh.
Ready to supercharge your personal and professional life with tools for lifelong learning and possible change?
Are you mid-career or at the halftime of life wondering, “What’s next?” Are you or your company experiencing a huge change, or lacking innovation & creativity. Don’t spend another minute stuck on an endless roundabout,
If you want to hear a message of inspiration, hope and authentic growth, you’re going to enjoy my interview with Deborah Johnson.
National Suicide Prevention Week is an annual weeklong campaign to inform and engage health professionals and the general public about suicide prevention and the warning signs of suicide. By drawing attention to the problem of suicide, the campaign also strives to reduce the stigma surrounding the topic, as well as encourage the pursuit of mental health assistance and support people who have attempted suicide.
Suicide is the leading cause of death in the United States and a major public health concern. When a person dies by suicide, the effects are felt by family, friends, and communities. And when it comes to suicide, language matters.
Suicide is preventable, but to prevent it, we must talk about it, and the way we talk about it matters. And so to help us understand and learn more about suicide is my guest, Frank King.