I feel lucky that my career has allowed me to meet so many interesting, curious and knowledgeable people. You will find several of them in this roundup of podcasts and interviews that I’ve been asked to participate in. Some of these date back to 2016, but I find the material still relevant—I hope you do too.
It was an honor to be featured on the Smart People Podcast, a weekly, interview-based podcast that features thought leaders having authentic conversations with host Chris Stemp, and his co-host/producer Job Rojas.
Chris asked me about my entrepreneurial journey, what keeps me going, and why companies hire me. We went a little deeper and talked about the key to changing behaviors, how to make things happen when you feel overwhelmed, living with values, the epidemic of disengaged employees, and more. Listen to the podcast here.
It’s time to speak up about how organizations deal with menopause in the workplace. So I did just that with Genneve—“a woman’s reproductive and hormonal health company that stands for education and empowerment” on their podcast, “Join the Genneve Conversation.” Listen to the episode here.
I was asked to be a guest on the New Wholesaler Masterminds Radio Show, hosted by Rob Shore. It is a podcast dedicated to the art, science and lifestyle of wholesalers and their leaders. They believe that emotional intelligence (EQ) is one of the key components to wholesaler success, and because I’ve spoken on this topic to Merrill Lynch Financial Advisors, Chris Dungworth, managing partner at Ro Morrison & Associates, recommended me. We had a fantastic conversation and I’m excited to share it with you. Check it out here.
Dr. Peter M. Wald, a professor at Leipzig University of Applied Sciences, contacted me for an international perspective of the future of human resources (HR).
Check out the interview here, where we talk about why HR is so fiercely criticized, what needs to be changed in HR performance and service, what the main topics of HR will be in 10 years, and what students of human resources should focus on as they study.
Mortgage Women Magazine is the preeminent publication and resource for women in the mortgage industry. Kristin Messerli, founder and managing director of the magazine, asked me to contribute an article to their September edition. Read the article here, as well as the full magazine.
6. Organizational Purpose and The Spirit of Adventure: Anne Loehr Interviewed on the Game Changer Radio Show
I was honored Chicke Fitzgerald invited me to be a guest on the Game Changer radio show. We had a fantastic conversation about purpose, values, employee engagement, my family trip to hike Mount Kilimanjaro, and more. We even talked about what I do in my “day job”. Listen to it here!
Michaela Lehner interviewed me as one of 21 personal development experts for her summit: Dare to be YOU: Discover what Really Matters to You and Start Living Your Dream Life. We shared our advice on creating crystal clear goals, and then how to get “unstuck” so you can start moving toward those goals. I invite you to watch the 30-minute interview here.
I was excited to be interviewed by Kathryn Vasel for the CNN article, “Get Over Your Fear of Giving Feedback at Work.” I believe feedback is one of the best ways to show your employees that you care. The article focused on manager to employee feedback—check it out here.
Jan Arzooman interviewed me for the American Management Association (AMA) Playbook about collaborative leadership. You can read the article here.