We are speaking with Marilise de Villiers, author of ROAR! How to tame the bully inside and out this week on the BTS podcast.
Here's your chance to get all of your questions about how to deal with bullies and make sure you aren't one answered LIVE and meet the author.
Many of us have a story about being bullied or remember a time when, *gasp* we might have been a bully.
While deployed, I was bullied by a higher-ranking female officer, and it was the single most difficult situation I had to navigate during that year-long deployment.
It was the one situation that the Army didn't train me on.
We had extensive training on how to handle weapons systems, I'm now trained in six weapons systems, quite literally "rode shotgun" in a vehicle while deployed, can clear an AK-47 off the battlefield, and was trained in hand-to-hand combat with the enemy.
But what happens when it's your battle buddy that's the bully? How do we navigate...
Last year, I invited Aarti Tejuja on the podcast to share a story about shared values and friendship from our youth.
In the middle of the pandemic, it was the kind of story that rekindled friendships and provided some sense of hope and shared humanity in the world.
I couldn't be more excited than to announce she'll be on the podcast again on Tuesday, July 27th to share her best tips around how to find more Joy in life and start dreaming again.
Remember back when we were kids and spent all day laying down in the grass looking up at the clouds with our imaginations running wild. The possibilities before us for all life could hold? The fun and freedom we had just riding our bikes with the wind in our hair and the sun shining down?
When did that get replaced with the day-to-day rushing from task to task on our never-ending to-do lists? and more importantly, why did we allow that to occur?
So if you want to take a bit of time this summer to...
I couldn't be more excited to talk with Dr. Melanie Barham. She unabashedly follows her dreams and turns them into reality.
But how does she do it with such grace and apparent ease (and so quickly?!) Things like, oh, launching a global summit, successfully, in only 3 months!
Those of you who have been following @DEMAREEDVM on social media, reading the blog, or listening to the podcast, probably already know that I'm all about finding that leverage point, that strategy, that key decision that unlocks our sticking points and catapults us forward, so I already know you'll love Dr. Melanie's insights and best tips!
We are going to answer your most pressing questions that I've been fielding all year like:
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Cultivating a positive culture is something we hear about on the news and in the workplace. Sometimes it's effective and other times, it's not.
I'd be willing to hazard a guess that you've also sat through a meeting at some point where the executives all patted themselves on the back for a job well done.
They organized a keynote speaker, facilitator, or highly paid consultant, and yet, you and your colleagues, the ones who knew exactly what would improve the culture and strategic insight for real-world outcomes -- were never asked your opinions or insights...
So the effort fell flat, was swept under the table, and wasn't discussed again until the board had new members, about 5-6 years later.
Like you, I've had this experience and I'm always asking "What can we learn to become better leaders and be happier in life?"
Part of the Beyond The Stethoscope Mission is to bring the experts to you, those you may not have yet met, and who can...
Next week's live recording of Beyond the Stethoscope we are welcoming back, Dr. Shelley Prevost to the podcast!
Do you have so many questions about Imposter Syndrome? I know I do.
Dr. Shelley Prevost is an educational psychologist and leadership coach with a diverse professional background.
In 2019, she launched a coaching business designed specifically to help entrepreneurs navigate the emotional and mental landmines that come with starting a company.
In addition to coaching, Shelley is also co-founder and active investor with the JumpFund, an angel fund investing in women-led high-growth startups in the Southeast.
Shelley was the Director...
Have you ever wondered why it was so much easier to learn new things back in college and now that we are professionals out in the real world, our "inner critic" has gotten louder?
We are now viewed as leaders and suddenly we have to have all the answers... or do we?
On Tuesday, June 8th, I'm talking with Joanna Kleinman about how to dethrone our inner critics to enjoy being lifelong learners -- even as leaders!
Part of the Beyond The Stethoscope Mission is to bring the experts to you, who you may not have yet met, and who can frame the conversation in new and unique ways.
Joanna is a licensed psychotherapist, a national workshop leader, and an upcoming author with more than 22 years of experience working in private practice with clients both locally and all over the world via zoom.
She created the online transformational program called “Dethroning Your Inner Critic™, and a podcast. It is an approach that centers around her groundbreaking M.I.N.D...
I so often hear from veterinarians and busy professionals who are feeling burned out, overwhelmed, stuck, and wondering how they are going to truly ever be able to live the life of their dreams.
Should I quit vet med?
Do I just need a vacation?
I just want to love my life and my profession again but where do I start?
As a certified high performance coach, these are some of the questions that come up for my clients and questions I see on social media and hear in conversations with colleagues and friends.
I couldn't be more excited to have a conversation with Anna Nelson about figuring out what our superpowers are, using the Gallup Strengths Assessment.
Yeah, Yeah, I know what you are thinking. You can buy the book and take the assessment--maybe you already have. But you haven't really understood how to use this tool until you've talked to Anna. She brought new insight and understanding to this assessment that I didn't...
Leadership is one of those "soft skills" that we are either born with or we aren't, right?
It's a learnable skillset and what those great leaders aren't telling you is about their great mentorship, journey, and the overall struggle to build that leadership muscle over many years.
Earlier this year, I talked with Michelle Reines about how to become a Bad-Ass Leader and how she went from being a Bad leader to Amazing for her team!
Catch the replay here then join the conversation and be a member of our live audience to ask your questions in real-time!
Have you ever been listening to a podcast and wishing the host was more on point or you still had additional questions that went unanswered?
Well, here's your chance to participate LIVE and get your questions answered.
Just register through the form below, put the details in your calendar, and show up! If you don't have any questions, no worries, it's your leadership training and...