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Welcome to the Ownership At Work Podcast, proven strategies you can use to improve your performance and those you lead. And if you are looking to create a culture of ownership where you work, download my free e-book, And you’ll discover the 3 Values of Being An Effective Person plus questions you can use with your team to increase personal responsibility. Visit EricPapp.com for your free Ebook.
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Relationships at Work - your guide to building workplace connections and avoiding leadership blindspots. A relatable and honest show on leadership, organizational culture and soft skills, focusing on improving employee engagement and company culture to inspire people to apply, stay and thrive. Because no one wants leadership that fosters toxic environments at work, nor should they. Host, speaker and communications leader Russel Lolacher shares his experience and insights, discussing the lead ...
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Today women represent more than 50% of the medical school class, yet only hold 20% of the positions in the C-suite. Women physicians are often deterred from seeking a career in leadership due to the lack of organizational support for work-life integration, gender equity, racial discrimination, and pay equality. Having women in leadership roles not only creates the pipeline for future leaders but also improves the delivery of care to the communities we serve. After 20 years in the healthcare ...
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TotalPicture interviews with keynote speakers, best-selling authors, HR and talent acquisition practitioners, and vendors in HR technology, Talent Acquisition, Staffing, Leadership and Innovation to provide cutting-edge content and actionable information to our listeners. We cover many of the leading industry conferences including, SHRM, HCI, Recruiting Trends, and HR Tech.
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If you want to become the best servant leader for your family and career, then you have found the right show! Hear inspiring interviews with successful servant leaders across all industries who share inspiring stories on faith, life, and work. You may be asking questions about your life, family, or career like: - How can I live a more intentional life? - What are some servant leadership skills to help me lead my family and/or company? - How do other successful leaders implement servant leade ...
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Welcome to Mission Driven You, the podcast that empowers you to make a difference in the world. Each episode, we bring you exclusive interviews with world-class entrepreneurs and change makers who are making a real impact in their industries and communities. From sustainable business practices to social impact initiatives, these leaders share their stories, insights, and strategies for creating a better future for all of us. Whether you're a budding entrepreneur, a dedicated professional, or ...
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the importance of what do as much as how we do it in our leadership. No leader wants to hurt or fracture their team culture, but if we don't better align our intentions with our actions, we could do far more damage than we realize. Rus…
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Welcome to the new Healthy Provider series as part of the Become a Provider podcast. During this podcast, Justin shares the five pillars he will be sharing during his solo episodes. Here is the presentation he shared during the video version that you can access to follow along on this audio if you would like. The 5 Pillars for these solo episodes w…
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In this episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, Dr. Lisa interviews Dr. Alexandra Howson, a CME writer and educator. Dr. Howson shares her career journey from trauma nursing to academia and CME writing. She discusses the importance of leveraging existing skills for career transitions and highlights the diverse roles available in CME for clini…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with leadership communication consultant John Bates on how understanding neurobiology helps us connect through communication. John shares his insights and experience with... Effective communication is not just logical but biological. Importance of trusting gut feelings The value of sharing lead…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher shares more effective job interview questions to understand leadership. Interview questions are extremely formulaic, regardless of industry. Almost all are focused on productivity, with very few determining the applicants leadership experience an…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with master facilitator and executive coach Paul O'Beirne on what a first-time leader really needs to know and so does the organization they work for. Paul shares his insights and experience in... Transition challenges for new leaders. Importance of support systems. Leadership vs. management. U…
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There is something deeply meaningful about sitting down with a dear friend and fellow father. On today's episode of Become a Provider Justin is joined by Troy, a fellow member of both his fitness group and men's fellowship group. This conversation is a profound story of navigating life’s unpredictable moments, marked by tragedies and losses, all wh…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher explains the importance of regular leadership tests to ensure we're on the right track. As a leader, how do we know we're any good? That comes from regular check ins in how we react to circumstances at work. We need to proactively be curious abou…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author and executive coach Mark J. Silverman on understanding and approaching leadership ambition. Mark shares his experience and insights on... The root of true ambition. Reckoning with ambition's impact at work. Self-awareness and authentic ambition. Generational shifts in ambition. Bala…
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In this episode of the Become a Provider show, host Justin Thomas summarizes a heartfelt sermon he recently delivered on Father's Day. Reflecting on his father's legacy and the profound meaning of being a provider, this special episode also shares the heart behind The CL Thomas Fellowship non-profit work. Using personal anecdotes, scriptural refere…
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In this episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, Dr. Lisa shares the success story of a medical director who aspired to become a top leader in her organization. Dr. Lisa outlines the challenges physicians face when transitioning from clinical practice to leadership roles, emphasizing the need for a shift in mindset and skill set. She discusses…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher shares the importance of not prioritizing productivity over humanity. The ends can not justify the means. As a leader, it's vital that we provide a service or product, and deliver countless things along the way. The problem is when leaders achiev…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with authors and Edelman Executive Vice-Presidents Elena Grotto and Felicia Joy on understanding leadership influence and its impact on teams and workplace culture. Elena and Felicia share their experience and insights on... Continuous learning and adaption as leaders. Balancing humanity and pr…
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In a recent heartfelt conversation, Justin sat down with Vivien to uncover an incredible yet heartbreaking story of her past. Her journey is a powerful testament to bravery, resilience, and the transformative power of faith. From enduring immense hardships to becoming a source of hope in her community, Vivien's story is nothing short of inspiring. …
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In this episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, Dr. Lisa delves into the six key traits that distinguish exceptional leaders: audacity, likability, capacity, reliability, loyalty, and integrity. This episode podcast was based on the Pastor Rick Warren's Daily Hope Podcast episode Standing Out at Work where he talked about a bible story of Jos…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher discusses the causes and answers to cultural debt. Technical debt is a common term in software development to explain growing issues caused by not properly addressing problems. By only implementing "band-aid" solutions, the root problems only con…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with best-selling author, drama researcher and headline speaker Cy Wakeman on focusing on a reality-based leadership approach to improve accountability at work. Cy shares her insights and experience in: Why we need to self-reflect and be personally accountable. Reality-based leadership practice…
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In this insightful episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, Dr. Lisa explores the pervasive issue of imposter syndrome, particularly among women in leadership positions. She discusses how feelings of self-doubt and fraudulence can undermine success, despite evident expertise. Dr. Lisa shares her personal experiences and the additional challeng…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the hypocrisy of organizations not asking applicants for feedback and why they should. Leadership often talks about the importance of feedback, including for applicants (successful or not) to ask for debriefs after their hiring experie…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author, speaker and Chief Enthusiasm Officer Dr. Randy Ross on the importance of connecting values to employee retention. Randy shares his insights and experience in: Holistic employee experience Values and behaviour alignment. Ethical and aesthetic components of values. Alignment and auth…
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What happens when you take a leap of faith into the unknown and just trust God? In this episode of the podcast, Justin welcomes John Worsham of Triangle Fellows to discuss his profound journey of intertwining faith and vocation. John’s story is a testament to the remarkable things that can happen when you believe that God has a bigger and better pl…
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In this insightful podcast episode, Dr. Lisa Herbert, a family physician and leadership coach, celebrates National Physician Leadership Month. She underscores the critical contributions of physician leaders in healthcare and advocates for their recognition and development. Dr. Lisa provides actionable advice for healthcare organizations to honor th…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher recommends we share our values publicly to build better connection. Knowing our values is vital to our self-awareness and in helping us make decisions and setting boundaries that help our career and our employee experience. But they are too valua…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author and Clockwork founder Nancy Lyons on the positive and negative impacts employees can have on company culture. Nancy shares her insights and experience in: The power of microcultures and employee influence. Leadership's role in shaping culture. What an authentic work culture is and i…
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In this episode, Dr. Lisa Herbert, a seasoned family physician and leadership coach, addresses the critical issue of burnout among physicians. She shares insights from her 25-year medical career, stressing the need for robust leadership skills to combat burnout. Dr. Herbert explores the factors contributing to burnout and its repercussions on healt…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the importance of prioritizing small gestures before big moments at work. Big events at work are great. It's an opportunity to bring everyone together, connect in new ways, hear from leadership, have presenters sharing new ideas. They'…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with HR professional and consultant Beverly Hathorn on managing and aligning subcultures in the workplace. She shares her thoughts, stories and experiences with... Subculture dynamics. Executive engagement with various work cultures. The importance of customizing engagement. Alignment and adapt…
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Did you know that over 40,000 people die in traffic accidents every year in the United States? This staggering statistic underscores the importance of traffic safety initiatives. Today, on the Become a Provider Podcast Justin shares an enlightening conversation with Tom Everson, an advocate who has dedicated over 25 years to making our roads safer.…
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In this episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, host Dr. Lisa welcomes Mary Stutts, CEO of the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association. Mary Stutts shares her experiences and insights on advancing women in healthcare leadership. She discusses the importance of diversity and inclusion, addressing the "broken rung," "paper ceiling," and "concret…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher asks us to maintain relationships even through significant change. Change is a part of the work world, whether it's as big as a merger or reorganization of a company or as traditional as moving teams or getting a new job. Great leaders understand…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with speakers and workforce consultants Alex Schwartz and Nate Thompson on the impact AI will have on the employee experience. They share their thoughts, stories and experiences with... AI's role and adoption in work environments. AI as a tool, not a threat. The need for continuous adaption and…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Lisa Herbert provides guidance on how to move from a state of being stuck to transitioning into a leadership role. She discusses common roadblocks, ways to move from feeling stuck to unstuck, reflecting on one's passion and goals, exploring different pathways in leadership, assessing skills and strengths, embracing chan…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher explores how leadership should and shouldn't respond to tragedy from their teams. Not so long ago, Russel experienced a personal tragedy, which inspired his curiosity on how leaders and workplace cultures handle those moments. He provides real-wo…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author and speaker Bob Chartier on the relationships and practices we need to foster innovation and action at work. Bob shares his thoughts, stories and experiences with... Importance of relationships in effective leadership Tools for building relationships "Possibility Action" - how relat…
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In the world of business and leadership, amidst the endless tasks, meetings, and decisions, one often wonders: where does prayer fit in? Peter, the president and CEO of Hope International, offers insights into how prayer can not only coexist but also thrive in the heart of leadership. Peter and Justin sat down and had a transformative conversation …
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