Strategies for Improving Workplace Behavior and Performance

From Leadership Expert Dr. Diane Hamilton

TTL 591 | Preparing Speakers For TED

TED Talks: Prepping For The Talk Of Your Life with Tricia Brouk

TED Talks draw millions of viewers all over the world. It’s no wonder rigorous preparation is done by the speakers. Preparing for a speech requires more than just words but a presence that touches people’s minds and hearts. Tricia Brouk, an international award-winning director and the Executive Producer of Speakers Who Dare, produce videos and prepare speakers for TED Talks or TEDx. She shares some tips on how you can captivate your audience and achieve your goal of getting your message across. Join host Dr. Diane Hamilton and Tricia Brouk as they get more into directing and producing methods as well as their thoughts on delivering impactful speeches.
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TTL 590 | Money And Wealth

Is Money Bad Or Good?: A Paradigm Shift On Wealth with Susanna Mittermaier

If money makes the world go round, does it make it a bad thing or not? What does it say about us when we desire wealth in our lives? In this eye-opening episode, host Dr. Diane Hamilton sat down with psychologist and founder of Pragmatic Psychology, Susanna Mittermaier, to talk about wealth from a psychological standpoint. They answer questions about how money is perceived in this world, breaking down what is deemed evil as relative to how we perceive it. Having the willingness to have an amount of money is not necessarily bad, and Susanna explains this by tapping into the role of judgments, capitalism and socialism, perceptions, and ethics. She tackles the purpose of money and lays down the pragmatics to creating it.

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TTL 589 | Attracting More Business

Cracking The Celebrity Code: How To Attract More Business with Rey Perez

Businesses are built on relationships. As a global branding expert, Rey Perez’s logo says, “It’s more than business, it’s a relationship.” Rey found the formula to cracking the celebrity code of how to elevate yourself or your brand in your particular space so that you will attract more business and more people to you and create raving fans who will promote you and your message to the world. In this digital age, we’re in, more and more people are drawn to regular individuals who are now becoming celebrities through social media channels and platforms. Rey says if you can create that kind of heartfelt connections in your business, you’re going to explode in a way that’s never been possible in previous years. He shares a system they developed to achieve this and talks about their event called Brand in 2 Days.

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TTL 588 | Colored Brain Model

The Colored Brain Model: Understanding How Our Brain Communicates with Arthur Carmazzi

Every company aims to maximize the productivity of their employees, departments, and the overall organization. That can be achieved when individuals have a greater understanding of what is required of them to perform their jobs better and can work well with others. Based on new research, a Colored Brain is a psychometric tool that incorporates the latest research on neuroplasticity and how neurotransmitter substances and “brain communication” work. Renowned motivational leadership keynote speaker and trainer Arthur Carmazzi, the Founder of Directive Communication International, dives into the Colored Brain model and how our brain processes the world around us. He says that by identifying the patterns in the way our brain genetically processes the environment, we’re more able to understand how to get along with each other, thus minimizing conflict and misunderstanding and maximizing individual and group potential.

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TTL 587 | Developing Creative Practices

Training Leaders That Develop Creative Practices with Todd Henry and Leveraging HR To Drive Business Results with Ed Krow

One of the biggest problems in any organization or company is when leaders try to lead from a position of control rather than a position of influence. When this happens, you’re not allowing them to own the work, to take risks, and to leverage their unique capabilities. Todd Henry, the Founder of Accidental Creative, says the leader’s role is to develop the team to accomplish new and more interesting kinds of work. Todd teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. Today, he shares how leaders can develop creative practices within his team and create a leadership culture and philosophy that’s giving people the space to be able to exercise their talent in the way that they’re uniquely capable.

 

The human resource department is one of the most vital parts of any company. Ed Krow, an expert HR strategist, believes that everything starts with the HR and that with poor HR quality of work, the entire company can be compromised. Known as The HR Doctor, Ed turns irrelevant and ineffective HR functions into strategic contributors by aligning HR with the business objectives. He talks about how to find quality HR persons and what steps the HR must go through to efficiently find the right people to hire.

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TTL 586 | Becoming A Great Leader

How To Become A Greater The Drives High Performance Teams with John Spence

There are so many ingredients to producing a great leader who can also produce high performing teams. In this episode, John Spence who is recognized as one of the top business thought leaders and leadership development experts in the world shares his insights on how to become a great leader. Recognizing that leadership is all about dealing with others, John teaches us how to deal with people and the importance of understanding organization culture. Presenting a list on the key characteristics to look for in a leader, he also shares the five keys for creating accountability in your company and reveals the six things why people work where they work.

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TTL 585 | Implementing Beneficial AI

Understanding And Implementing Beneficial AI with Dr. Valerie Morignat and Finding Caregiving/Work Balance In Managing Geriatric Healthcare with John Paul Marosy

AI may seem like the new black, but it’s not new technology. AI has actually been around for 70 years, and it originally meant emulating human level intelligence in machines. Virtual environment and cognition expert and innovation strategy consultant Dr. Valerie Morignat talks about beneficial AI or the use of AI to positively impact the world. Dr. Morignat is also an experienced entrepreneur and executive, a global keynote speaker, and AI ethics and strategy expert. As AI enters its renaissance, she shares her opinion about embracing the technology and what angles we should look at when creating such technology.

Trying to arrange care for your mother, your father, or another older person in your life can be very complex. You have to make sure you’re getting the right answers to the questions on the healthcare side. You also have to figure out how to pay for the care or how to find the right housing options. Factoring into all that is respecting and involving the older person to keep as much autonomy as they possibly can and make their own decisions. John Paul Marosy, a pioneer in the field of aging and caregiving/work balance, talks about the emotional and logistical component of working in geriatric health care. He shares a step by step process to balancing work and family so you can properly care for your elderly.
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TTL 584 | Ideal Corporate Culture

Thriving As An Intrapreneur with Greg Larkin and The Ideal Corporate Culture And Leaders We Need with Mike Evans

The world is rapidly changing, and the corporate realm is right along with it. Every day, there are more and more reasons to question the status quo and break free from the norms that everyone is used to. Intrapreneur Greg Larkin shares the story of how he was able to foresee one of the most devastating financial crisis since the Great Depression and the backlash he received. With his book, This Might Get Me Fired, he imparts the ways a non-entrepreneur can be innovative within his or her organization.

Author and speaker Mike Evans discusses the importance of being open to other perspectives, the role of feedback in cultivating the ideal corporate culture, and the dangers of complacency, citing Blockbuster, Kodak, and Nokia as examples. Mike has developed a unique perspective from over twenty years of working alongside some star-studded list of world renowned thought leaders. A lot of his work ties into of engagement, accountability, perseverance, and alignment. Continue reading “Thriving As An Intrapreneur with Greg Larkin and The Ideal Corporate Culture And Leaders We Need with Mike Evans”

TTL 583 | Experience Design

Making Funny Stories with Steve Gilliland and The Wonders Of Experience Design with Stan Boushouwers

“Steve is what happens when the humor of a stand-up comic collides with the inspiration of motivational speaker.” That is how one newspaper described Steve Gilliland, a top-rated master storyteller and brilliant comedian. A member of the Speaker Hall of Fame, Steve talks about the pivot he made to pursue his greatest passion, speaking. In this episode, he shares his love for his craft – which is to make funny stories, not just funny jokes – and the importance of observation and curiosity in being able to do that.

People’s experience differ from person to person. In the last 25 years, there has been a significant rise in the experience economy. In this episode, Stan Boshouwers takes a deep dive into experience design. Stan studied Cognitive Artificial Intelligence at Utrecht University in The Netherlands. He talks about the future of experience design with artificial intelligence and how this will benefit curious minds. He also introduces his book, Worlds of Wonder: Experience Design for Curious People.
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TTL 582 | Being Nice In Business

Leading With Kindness And Strength with The Nice Girl Fran Hauser

In the business world, being nice is often unfortunately seen as being weak. In this episode, Fran Hauser, a long-time media executive and startup investor, shares the value of being nice and how it’s seen as a disadvantage in the business world. Fran is the bestselling author of The Myth of the Nice Girl where she deconstructs the negative perception of “niceness” that many women struggle with in the business world. In this episode, she gets into how the most effective leaders use both kindness and strength in leading. She also shares how having empathy can hold so much power and encourages the audience to create value in any way they can.

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