Podcast

#31: A discussion on Learning and Development

A discussion on learning and development: Episode Notes Learning and development is usually seen as a subset of the Human Resources department, and it is related to improving employees’ competencies and performance.  Oftentimes, just like it happens with many other well-being practices at work, companies do not treat learning and development as a main priority…

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#30: Mental health in Academia

Mental health in Academia: Episode Notes In this episode of the Stepsero podcast we draw attention to mental health in Academia once again. According to the available data, the prevalence of depression in academic communities is 6 times higher compared to the general population. On top of that, about 40% to 50% of PHD students…

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#29: On the mental health of researchers

On the mental health of researchers: Episode Notes Not enough attention is being paid to the mental health of researchers.For this reason, a few researchers, researcher groups, organizations and non-profits are working hard to raise their concerns. In this episode of Stepsero we are joined by Clarinda Cerejo and Andrea Hayward, who are two professionals…

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#28: Systemic coaching for companies

Systemic coaching for companies: Episode Notes Can we create a healthy work environment through systemic coaching?  Systemic coaching aims at aligning individual and team goals with company goals. In order to do that, it is important to visualize employees in relation to the system they operate in, rather than treating them as individual contributors. Doris…

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#27: Why cognitive diversity matters

Why cognitive diversity matters: Episode Notes Leaders need to know why cognitive diversity matters, in order to apply an individualized approach to their work processes.But first things first: what is cognitive diversity?  Sarah Allali, co-Founder of Think Confluent, explains that cognitive diversity refers to the inclusion of individuals who follow different thinking patterns, including the…

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#26: Guiding future leaders at work

Guiding future leaders at work: Episode Notes The way we work has changed significantly, and so is the way we educate the future generation of leaders. Processes have become much faster, and data gets shared in bigger amounts than ever. While In the past we searched for the right information, today we need to be able…

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#25: Wellness for Women

Wellness for women: Episode Notes Sanctuary Wellness Collective provides a coaching and community framework for women to reach their full potential.Lissette Gole, their founder, knows all too well what it means to cope with ever growing demands both on a personal and a professional level, as she struggled with chronic stress and anxiety for a…

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#24: Managing people in the modern workplace

Managing people in the modern workplace: Episode Notes Managing people requires a wide set of skills, including the ability to be vulnerable in front of others.  Scott Leese and Richard Harris are two well-known sales leaders who have shared their personal and professional struggles on several occasions.Despite adopting different management styles, they both advocate for…

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#23: Creating a culture of impact

Creating a culture of impact: Episode Notes Many workplaces are still focused on performance while they really should be working on creating a culture of impact. Professionals at every stage of their careers are evaluated exclusively on immediate profit and revenue growth despite little attention being paid to the impact that they bring over the…

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#22: An interventional approach to burnout

An interventional approach to burnout: Episode Notes In this episode of the Stepsero podcast we dive deep into the complexities of of burnout. Nowadays, many current approaches focus on preventing burnout from developing in the first place. To this purpose, working on one’s resilience or practicing yoga and meditation can be very effective. Some organizations…

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