This week we have part 2 with our special guest. Dr. Gheni Platenburg, Assistant Professor in the School of Communication and Journalism at Auburn University. Together in a must listen two-part series, we discuss race and representation in medi
This week we have a special guest. Dr. Gheni Platenburg, Assistant Professor in the School of Communication and Journalism at Auburn University. Together in a must listen two-part series, we discuss race and representation in media and technolo
Welcome to Episode 13. This week we are talking about the Black Lives Matter Movement. This is the first of a four part series where we unpack the value of being seen and the importance of representation. In this first episode we discuss how we
Welcome to the final of our three part series covering the human and financial cost of toxic workplaces. And thank you for bearing with our phone call-in audio in this series. We should return to regular audio levels next week. In this series,
This week we delve into the second part of our 3 part series on the human and financial cost of toxic employees. We go into more depth of the human cost of being bullied in the workplace and how we are all team players rather than lone workers
This week we begin a 3 part series on the human and financial cost of toxic employees. We discuss what happens to a workplace climate when one or a few toxic coworkers infect the workplace with negativity. 87% of the workforce, in fact, states
Hello thrivers! Today we talking about gratitude! Many of us are familiar with practicing gratitude, but today we are going to go beyond the 5 things list to give you some alternative ways of actively practicing gratitude. Research shows that
Welcome back, Thrivers! Today we talk about character strengths. The positive psychology movement focuses on how we flourish; and understanding character strengths are an important element when learning to thrive and flourish. In today’s episo
On today's episode, we have a special guest. Julye Newlin is a professor who has run her own production studio for the past few decades in Houston, Texas. Julye talks to us about her toxic work experiences, best practices in being a good manag
Before the pandemic, work life balance dealt with managing our work and personal life. Now, with millions of us working from home we often need “remote” work “at home” balance. Creating and implementing a well-being strategy is so important.
Have you worked with someone who has made you feel emotionally exhausted, devalued, and just flat out frustrated? Today we talk about the 5 types of toxic coworkers, and arm you with the tools you need to identify them in your own workplace.
Online negativity may seem like a newer phenomenon as we are all frustrated, home, and online so much right now, but it’s not new at all. Take a look at any political post and you will see how negativity and online bullying are thriving. Today
Does traditional advice for remote work stand when you are in a pandemic? Yes, but you need to add some wellness techniques to your normal work mode. Listen to Dr. Kortni Alston and Dr. Stephanie Dean discuss how to work from home during a pand