How and Why to Ask For What You Want at Work

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How and Why to Ask For What You Want at Work

I still cringe when I think of the time I got my haircut during my teenage years. The hairdresser asked how I wanted it cut and I replied, “I don’t care. You choose.” In that moment, I gave away total control of how I looked to a complete stranger! As a child, I never learned […]

Podcasts and Interviews Featuring Anne Loehr

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Podcasts and Interviews Featuring Anne Loehr

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 […]

Women Leaders, Success and Collaboration: Anne Loehr Interviewed for AMA

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Women Leaders, Success and Collaboration: Anne Loehr Interviewed for AMA

Jan Arzooman interviewed me for the American Management Association (AMA) Playbook about collaborative leadership. Take a look at the article below, and read the original piece on AMA. Collaborative leadership is a great tool when used correctly and in the right situations. Knowing when to collaborate, what steps to take, and how to inspire collaboration […]

How High-performing Organizations Inspire Employee Engagement, Innovation and Loyalty

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How High-performing Organizations Inspire Employee Engagement, Innovation and Loyalty

“How High-performing Organizations Inspire Employee Engagement, Innovation and Loyalty” was first published on TrainingIndustry.com. By all accounts, low engagement levels and employee turnover rates plague organizations of all sizes and shapes. In fact, recent data from Gallup put employee engagement rates worldwide at about 13 percent and estimate that 51 percent of employees are looking to leave their current […]

How Women Leaders Can Navigate the Glass Cliff

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How Women Leaders Can Navigate the Glass Cliff

If worrying about how to break through the glass ceiling wasn’t enough, women are faced with navigating yet another barrier to succeed in the workplace: the glass cliff. This phenomenon describes instances in which women are given leadership roles in a corporation when company performance is doing poorly. Women are intentionally given these positions when […]

Anne Loehr Talks Soft Skills on the Shift-M/40 Podcast

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Anne Loehr Talks Soft Skills on the Shift-M/40 Podcast

Yegor Bugayenko, programmer, founder, investor and philanthropist, recently invited me on his podcast, Shift-M/40. The majority of his listeners are programmers and tech people in the software industry. This group needs specific technical skills to succeed in their career, yet Yegor wanted to talk about a different set of skills—interpersonal skills, often referred to as […]

Feedback at Work is Nothing to Fear: Anne Loehr Interviewed for CNN

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Feedback at Work is Nothing to Fear: Anne Loehr Interviewed for CNN

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. Of course employees can also give feedback to managers, and feedback can happen between peers. In all […]

Discover What Really Matters to You: Anne Loehr Interviewed by Michaela Lehner

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Discover What Really Matters to You: Anne Loehr Interviewed by Michaela Lehner

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 […]

How the Workplace Will Change With AI and Robotics: Anne Loehr Interviewed on the “Looking For And” Podcast

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How the Workplace Will Change With AI and Robotics: Anne Loehr Interviewed on the “Looking For And” Podcast

Doug Hensch’s new podcast, “Looking for And”, is on a mission to improve critical thinking skills and incite open mindedness in our society. The show features interviews with business leaders, psychologists, artists and anyone else who can teach “and”-like thinking. He invites his listeners to join him in fighting the disease of ‘either/or’ and ‘us […]

How Workplace Flexibility Can Dramatically Reduce Employee Turnover

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How Workplace Flexibility Can Dramatically Reduce Employee Turnover

Guest post by Kevin Conner Low rates of employee turnover are an indicator of a healthy business. Keeping your company from becoming a revolving door makes it easier for you to plan long term, saves you the expense of recruiting an onboarding new hires and it also helps you develop an internal company culture that […]