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Manage to Engage

Feb 26, 2018

We don’t learn about the art of apologizing as children in school. In fact, the process still evades most grown adults—maybe even including your employees, business associates, or significant other, too. Here, we discuss specific examples of non-apologies in the media and across the political spectrum. This is the...


Feb 22, 2018

This is the final episode in a two-part series on the power of organization and the epidemic of chronic overwhelm. We cover how getting organized might truly be the game changer you’re looking for; it doesn’t matter if you want to be more creative, intelligent, or attentive. Organization works to clear the space and...


Feb 19, 2018

This episode starts a two-part series on the power of organization and the epidemic of chronic overwhelm. We also discuss the being and doing aspects of being organized, it’s critical to work on both.

 

As you listen, remember that getting organized is a means to an end. There’s a ton of great reasons to clear off...


Feb 15, 2018

This episode concludes a four-part series on the necessity of exposure and the factor of shame on the journey of change. It is a fascinating look at the emotional root issue of seemingly complex world problems, the power of exposure, and how understanding shame makes everything both simple and solvable.

 

We also talk...


Feb 12, 2018

How do you react when an employee does something wrong? The job of a skilled manager is to help others express remorse and encourage positive change—but there’s a fine line between ensuring someone feels appropriately bad and justifying abuse or harassment.

 

In this episode we discuss the power of using emotional...