Lucy Harrison, author of Soft Skills for Tough Jobs, speaks to Nigel Creaser on The Sunday Lunch Project Manager podcast.
In this episode, we have the first part of my chat with Lucy Harrison, The Soft Skills Guru Lucy’s aim is to inspire and equip a million people to think, act and lead with more humanity, making the workplace more collaborative, entrepreneurial and creative. She has been working with teams and their…
Deb Mashek, author of Collabor(h)ate, is interviewed on The Speaking Club Podcast and shares the secrets to collaborating better.
We are overwhelmed with evidence of competition and divisiveness in our governments, in reality TV, and in the corporate world. However, in order to tackle the world’s biggest challenges, and indeed operate in business life, we need to be successful collaborators. But …
Alison Jones, author of Exploratory Writing and This Book Means Business, is a guest on the Creative Slurp Podcast.
Can a pen and a scrap of paper change your life? Alison Jones thinks so. Over 30 years in the publishing industry she’s helped hundreds of authors to publish their books and knows a bit about getting your story down on paper.
‘I mentioned I’m from Nebraska, so I like a good farm metaphor. If my wagon is hitched to your ill mannered horses, whether I like it or not, that’s a miserable existence! I’m going to be stressed out, I’m going to be carrying that stress home. And it’s when you have that low relationship quality combined with this really high interdependence that you get collaborHATE.’
Deb Mashek, author of Collabor(h)ate, is a guest The Business of Being Brilliant podcast with Helen Beedham.
I talk with Dr. Debra Mashek, social psychologist, expert on the science of close relationships and author of Collabor(h)ate: how to build incredibly collaborative relationships at work even if you’d rather work alone. Collaboration might sound a familiar concept but in practice it can be at best a mystery and at worst a minefield that trips us and our businesses up with costly and lasting consequences.
Lucy Werner, author of Brand Yourself and Hype Yourself featured on the ‘The Futur with Chris Do’ podcast
Listen to this episode from The Futur with Chris Do on Spotify. Lucy Werner wears many hats: public relations (PR) expert, business owner, author, coach, and mother. She is the founder of The Wern, a PR agency and design shop for startups, entrepreneurs, and independent brands.
Deb Mashek, author of Collabor(h)ate, is a guest on the JoyPowered® podcast episode on collaboration.
The JoyPowered® Workspace Podcast helps HR and business leaders embrace joy in the workplace.
Grace Marshall, author of Struggle, speaks about her book on the Wow @ Work Podcast.
December 12th, 2022 * 55 mins 4 secs * Download (37.8 MB) * Link with Timestamp What do we do when life or work throws us a curveball? In her new book, productivity expert Grace Marshall explores ways we can reframe struggle as the place where the magic happens.
Deb Mashek, author of Collabor(h)ate is a guest on the Let’s Find Common Ground Podcast.
Can we learn to love (or at least not hate) teamwork? Tune in for expert tips on finding common ground. Collaboration is seen as a given in working life. Being part of a team means cooperating with others on all kinds of projects. But the reality is few of us learn how to collaborate.
Alison Jones, author of Exploratory Writing and This Book Means Business, is a guest on the ‘Talking Through My Hat’ Podcast.
In this week’s episode, Alison Jones and I talk about how important it is to work on your business as well as in it – that is, to plan carefully. But even more, how passion and fun can drive you to success while making sure you enjoy the journey.
Dr Tammy Watchorn, author of The Change Ninja Handbook, featured on the Coffee for the Brain Podcast
In this episode, I am sharing a conversation I had with Tammy Watchorn and her latest book and work real truth about understand and creating change.