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67 minutes | 4 days ago
VaynerMedia VP Katie Sagan on Making a Difference By Empowering Others
Join the free Profession With Purpose Community on FacebookLeave us a 5-star review at RateThisPodcast.com/rebaseThis episode of the podcast is special, not just because you'll hear from the VP of People & Operations at VaynerMedia Katie Sagan, though she and her story are quite special in their own right. This episode is special because you'll hear Katie really open up about what it's like to spend a huge part of your life looking to create an impact through the "conventional" ways we always think about, and then to recognize that sometimes you can impact the world simply by being in a great environment where you can empower others.In our conversation, we'll cover topics likeWhat it feels like to have a great corporate cultureWhy business is poised to create the greatest global impactWhat it's like to have (multiple) bosses who disagree with you ... and STILL have your backWhat a "boomerang" is ... and why it's both a sign of a great work environment AND a nice little ego boostHow to build an army of career advocates, for yourself and for others
68 minutes | 11 days ago
Train Your Mind To Be Resilient feat. Neil Wattier
Join the free Profession With Purpose Community on FacebookLeave us a 5-star review at RateThisPodcast.com/rebaseI'm really excited to share this conversation with you, in particular because it's about a topic that has come up a lot during the COVID pandemic. In the face of lockdowns, quarantine, economic change and uncertainty, it seems like everybody's talking about the concept of resilience, and specificallyWhy folks like yourself should become more resilientHow you might have benefitted from already being more resilient than you currently areI've been fascinated by this idea of resilience for the past decade or so, in trying to understand it better and really to better equip myself and those around me to be as resilient as possible.But what is resilience, really? What does it really mean? What is the big deal with resilience, and why is it important? How can it help you in your career and in your life? As you'll see, we will cover all of that and more in this conversation Resilience Trainer and Performance Consultant Neil Wattier, who will show you how you can grow and thrive through stress and adversity while propelling your performance from good to great.Neil's Website (neilwattier.com)Connect with Neil on FacebookConnect with Neil on LinkedIn
42 minutes | 3 months ago
Grow Your Career In 5 Minutes Per Week with Armida Markarova
This week I'm extremely excited to bring you this conversation withA certified conflict analysis and resolution mediatorAn award-winning strategist and brand builderSomeone who's worked for over 15 years in executive leadership positionsSomeone who's recognized as a professional development expert by Reader's Digest, Thrive Global, MSN money, MSN news, and so many moreA frequent speaker at organizations and universitiesAn expert at helping people develop professional aspirations and achieve their dreams... as well as how to thrive in their current job in their current career. I hope you enjoy this conversation about company leadership, micro-innovations, and real professional development that can be accomplished in as little as 5 minutes a week ... my conversation with Hiring Bloom founder Armida MarkarovaEnjoying This Episode? Leave Your 5-Star Review Here!Episode and Show Notes!
73 minutes | 4 months ago
Talent + Leadership = Victory ... with "The Talent War" Authors Mike Sarraille and George Randle
Whether on the the battlefield or in business, victory -- consistent, repeated victory -- is achieved by teams of talented people.But what is "talent"? How do you define it? How do you identify it? How do you even begin to know how to look for it?In this episode, you'll hear my conversation with Mike Sarraille and George Randle, the co-authors of the upcoming book "The Talent War: How Special Operations and Great Organizations Win on Talent".We'll hit on topics likeWhy PEOPLE and not PRODUCT are a company's greatest strategic advantageThe 9 Foundational Character Attributes of TalentHow to develop a talent mindsetWhere to find the world's greatest leadership incubatorand a whole lot moreMike Sarraille is a former Recon Marine and retired US Navy S.E.A.L. Officer who has over 20 years of experience in special operations, including the elite Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). He's currently the CEO of EF Overwatch and a leadership consultant with Echelon FrontGeorge Randle is a former US Army Officer and the VP of Global Talent Acquisition at Forcepoint, a human-centric cybersecurity company.He's also a strategic advisor at EF Overwatch, and he has more than 20 years experience in talent acquisition at Fortune 100 and Fortune 1000 firmsLinks:Order The Talent War on AmazonFollow Mike Sarraille on LinkedInFollow George Randle on LinkedInRate & Review at https://ratethispodcast.com/rebaseScreenshot this episode and tag us on Instagram @rebasehq
25 minutes | 5 months ago
Do This to Find Purpose and Meaning
You deserve a job that matters a career that is engaging, fulfilling, doing work that is meaningful. You deserve to do more than just clock in and clock out. Well, what if I told you that meaningful work might be where you least expect it?Over 75% of the global workforce identifies as disengaged, unfulfilled or worse... and more and more people are admitting that they're seeking more than just a paycheck when it comes to their job.Now, this poses a challenge, both to job-seekers who are unequipped to find that extra something they're looking for... as well as requiring a different way of thinking for employers who are used to really only dealing in the very surface level aspects of most jobs. Well, the good news is that finding meaning and purpose is actually possible in any job, as long as we know how and where to look.
19 minutes | 6 months ago
You Were Built For MORE Than Just Survival
A lot of folks are just trying to survive right nowAnd I don't want to discount the importance of ensuring your own survival, your own safety, and the survival of those you care about.But I want you to know that you are built for MORE than that.You are built for more than just survivalYou are built for more than collecting a steady, “reliable” paycheck.You are built for contributionYou are built for growthMassive growth. Massive contributionYou are built to impact the lives of other people.
36 minutes | 6 months ago
Let's Address COVID Loneliness
In this episode, we're going to dive into the ongoing struggle with how isolation and loneliness show up in the workplace. Less than 2-3 years ago, we dedicated an entire episode to discussing possible solutions to the common struggles associated with people being lonely in the workplace. Because of the extenuating circumstances of the COVID pandemic, it made a ton of sense to bring these lessons back to the forefront in a concise, consolidated format.
41 minutes | 6 months ago
Should You Manage People?
Do I truly want to become a manager?What do I need to know before I make my decision?What are the things no one tells you about management before you become one?How can I know whether or not I'll like it?These types of questions come up all the time from people I know who are debating whether to stay "technical" in whatever industry or discipline they're in, or whether to move into a management position.So in this episode, I'm answering some of the key questions that always come up whenever someone is weighing this decision. If you've ever thought about whether or not management is right for you, hopefully this episode will equip you with the information and the guidance you need to make the right decision.
23 minutes | 7 months ago
The ONE And ONLY Thing You Need To Be A Leader
I field a lot of questions from people about Leadership."How will I know when I'm ready for a leadership position?""What if I don't have a leadership title?""What if I get the opportunity to lead, but I don't know how to lead?"I think about this idea of "Leadership Readiness" ALL... THE... TIME. And after decades of experience and observation, I've come to a conclusion.Being a leader doesn't come down to titles, readiness, certifications, preparation, pedigree, or any of that. In the end, it comes down to just ONE key factor. And that's what this episode is all about.If you're enjoying the podcast, please let us know by leaving a rating!You can find everything related to this episode on the Rebase website at https://rebase.cc/38
51 minutes | 7 months ago
Mastering The Career Pivot with Reena Friedman Watts
How do you change careers? What's the right strategy, the proper approach, the winning tactics?Well, if you're this week's guest Reena Friedman Watts, it starts with one simple belief: "I could do that."All too often, it seems we are our own worst enemy. LImited beliefs, negative self-talk, and self-sabotage can be a very real thing. For Reena, though, the support she found from her dad propelled her into a mosaic career that can only be understood through hearing her story. She became a producer at Jerry Springer without even having a scheduled interview. She been a part of countless TV pilots and spent years in Hollywood on many successful shows like Nanny 911.She's worked corporate executive jobs, been involved with non-profits, has booked and promoted events for a veritable who's-who of Entertainment and Internet fame.And in her latest move, she's stepping out from behind the scenes with her own instant-smash-hit podcast "Better Call Daddy".You won't want to miss this conversation.Reena's podcast Better Call Daddy: http://bettercalldaddy.com/Better Call Daddy on Instagram @bettercalldaddypodcastConnect with Reena Friedman Watts: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
20 minutes | 7 months ago
Your Job Search Questions... Answered
In this shorter solo episode, I'm taking some of the questions people have been asking me about their job search. Find out why this disconnect exists between company needs and recruiter wants, how to overcome interview nervousness, and what questions candidates should be asking during interviews.
41 minutes | 7 months ago
Best Practices of High-Performing Teams
Is there a more rewarding feeling than knowing you are a part of a team that operates and performs at a high level? For my money, it's one of the absolute best feelings in the world.In this special episode, you're going to get to hear a recording I managed to dig up from a talk I was privileged enough to deliver at Austin Startup Week back in late 2018. And while the title of the talk is Engineering Excellence: Best Practices of High-Performing Teams, these principles extend far beyond the world of Software Engineering. In fact, they all apply in some shape or form to ALL teams, which is why I'm so thrilled to share it with you in this episode.Resources:Subscribe to my YouTube channelConnect with me on TwitterFollow me on Instagram
29 minutes | 7 months ago
Take Control Of Your Job Search
In the US alone, tens of millions of people suddenly find themselves unemployed. And a lot of people on both sides of the recruiting equation are coming to me with questions and complaints, whether they are trying to upgrade their recruiting efforts, or they're trying to figure out how to find a new job.And what you'll find in this episode is maybe not exactly what you'd expect. I'm not planning to give you exactly a list of instructions to follow that are going to guarantee that you're going to do find your next job.Instead, what I'd like to do is just provide some simple advice based on decades of experience. It may challenge the way you think about finding a job, forcing you to look at things a little bit differently. I will, however, also provide you with a few different actions that you can take and advice on how to focus your efforts. These things together will lead you to having a much more pleasant experience, while also finding better job opportunities in less time and with less overall effort.Resources:HBR: Asking For a Favor: The Three KeysNever Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
53 minutes | 8 months ago
Your Struggles Can Become Your Strength with Krista Large
In this episode, you’ll hear my conversation with the fantastic Krista Large, founder of Living Large Wellness.I know you’re going to have a ton of takeaways from this episode, and several potential shifts in your perspective on your career path and creating changes in your life.Some of the key moments & themes in our conversation includeKrista’s curiosity-powered mindset of “I’ll try it and see how it goes”Spending years feeling driven but lacking direction … not really sure where she wants to goWhat happened when she graduated college — you can almost feel the air being sucked out of the room — and how this experience brought back painful moments & feelings from her childhoodI’m convinced you’re going to appreciate and relate to Krista in a lot of ways… I for one appreciate her strength, vulnerability, and curiosity. And I know a lot of people can certainly relate to almost being sucked into the “trap” of following family members into the family business.While I am absolutely passionate about the health & wellness industry, one of the main reasons I wanted to chat with Krista on the show was due to her unconventional path to get to where she is now — a path complete with setbacks, struggles, self-doubt & self-esteem issues — all of which actually led to her unique approach to creating healthy transformations in others.Links:Follow Krista on Instagram @largekristaLiving Large Wellness
58 minutes | 8 months ago
Forget The Expectations, Choose Your Life And Thrive On With CJ Finley
In this week's podcast episode, I'm very excited to have a conversation with somebody who I believe really embodies the very ideas of profession with purpose, for a number of reasons.CJ's path really embodies profession with purpose for a handful of reasons... and when I looked at his career history... he didn't come straight out of school, knowing exactly what it was he wanted to do. From what I can tell, he didn't have a path set. He didn't have a clear direction of exactly what he wanted to do.
56 minutes | 9 months ago
Navigating The Future Of Work with Elatia Abate
Multi-time guest and long-time friend of the Rebase podcast Elatia Abate is back, and in this critically important episode we discuss how "The Future Of Work" is no longer some mythical thing coming sometime in the future. It's here, now, and ready or not it's time to prepare ourselves. In this episode, we'll talk about how the combination of the COVID-19 along with rapid technological innovation is changing not just the shape of industries, but the entire look, feel, and dynamics of the workforce. Elatia will then also guide us through the frameworks she uses and teaches to help anyone prepare for and navigate your way through the "new normal" of employment and making a living.
39 minutes | 10 months ago
From Laid-Off To Startup Employee To Startup Founder - Home Run Dugout CEO Nick Hermandorfer
It is April 2020 and, in just 4 weeks time, 22 Million Americans suddenly find themselves unemployed. And there is a TON of uncertainty swirling about, and no doubt it is definitely warranted. And for many of us, this is not the first time in our professional lives where we've seen such a dramatic downturn in the economy, resulting in massive layoffs and entire businesses going under.So while we've never experienced this type of pandemic before, it's precisely because many people have experienced large scale recession that I wanted to connect those of you who are feeling uncertain with stories of growth, hope, and fulfillment.In this episode, I have the pleasure of chatting with someone I have a ton of respect for and consider a friend: Nick Hermandorfer.Nick is the Founder and CEO of Home Run Dugout, yet the reason I was so excited to talk with Nick is the journey he's taken to get to where he is now. Nick graduated from college at Princeton and spent a total of 6 weeks working at Lehman Brothers in Manhattan before the 2008 economic crisis cost him his job. What you'll hear in this episode is Nick telling the story of how he found himself unemployed, living in his parents' basement, trying to figure out what was next. You'll hear about how circumstances found him traveling to Austin, TX, where he went to work at a local startup that would coincidentally lead to starting his own company.So, if you're feeling worried, fearful, or just a little uncertain, I hope this conversation with Nick Hermandorfer will instill you with some hope, some optimism, and maybe even some ideas for how you can turn any crisis into an opportunity.Check out Home Run Dugout - https://www.homerundugout.comConnect with Nick on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hermandorfer/
28 minutes | a year ago
How To Shift To Remote Management Like a CHAMP
Are you a Manager, Team Lead, or Executive who’s suddenly faced with leading a completely remote or distributed team?Well in this episode, we’re gonna cover the key questions that you can use so that YOU can make this shift & become a WORLD CHAMPION at Leading Individuals & Teams in a Remote environment
27 minutes | a year ago
The "Culture Fit" FIX
Is your unspoken definition of “culture fit” actually hurting your organization?In this episode, we’re going to break down what we often mean when we talk about someone being a “culture fit” (even at just a subconscious level), why your current approach could actually be hindering your growth & preventing success, and what you should be doing instead.You'll also learn the key distinction between someone "fitting in" versus "belonging", and why understanding that these two are complete OPPOSITES is critically important in your organization.-----YOU are the KEY to helping more people discover a "Profession With Purpose" by leaving us a review at https://RateThisPodcast.com/rebase.The more people we can reach with the podcast, the larger and more meaningful a impact we can make, and reviews are the lifeblood of podcast exposure.
51 minutes | a year ago
How This CPA Combined His Passion And His Profession
In this episode, you'll hear a conversation with a real Rebase listener who has made a career shift towards fulfillment... by combining his expertise as an accountant with a passion for aviation.I sit down with my friend Brent, who listens to the podcast and, after listening to Episode 23 ("Stop Waiting For Permission To Grow Or Change Your Career") decided that he'd been putting of a Profession With Purpose for FAR TOO LONG.Tune in to hear about Brent's progression, his realizations, what he factored into his decisions, and ultimately hear an inspiring & motivating story that I hope will help others make a similar shift in their own professional lives.-----------This episode is supported by the "How To Find & Target The BEST Talent" Masterclass for busy Hiring Managers. Over 90% of Employers I talk to tell me that a key area they'd like to improve in, to save time and energy in their hiring efforts, is in their ability to find and target the best talent on the market. So I created a Masterclass on exactly this topic, and you can get it for FREE by just telling me, in your own words, what your #1 Biggest Hiring Challenge is right now. Go to https://rebase.cc/masterclass to enroll in the "How To Find & Target The BEST Talent" Masterclass now!
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