Is Impostor Syndrome weighing you down? In our final post from the Hello Monday series on overcoming career challenges, Jessi Hempel talks with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin about proactively managing careers as well as understanding impostor syndrome and how to combat it.
This week, we're featuring researcher Angela Duckworth and Hello Monday’s Jessi Hempel as they chat about grit. Grit's not just about talent. Angela outlines her philosophy on grit, explains why grit isn’t the only trait that matters and shows how each of us can move the needle forward in our own professional and personal lives. This conversation was recorded as part of Yext’s “Answer Me This” series.
This week, executive coach, author, and self-reinvention expert, Dorie Clark and Hello Monday’s Jessi Hempel chat about taking a chance and starting fresh in your career. They talk about how everyone can make a Plan B, the importance of having a growth mindset, and what keeps us from having the courage to do it. This interview originally aired as Hello Monday with Jessi Hempel.
With so much curiosity and misunderstanding around coaching, we're diving into how influential our training as coaches has been in our own transformation. We're laying out some of the core skills anyone can use to change the way they connect and support others. After hearing our unscripted coaching, you'll walk away with a better sense of how talking less and listening more works.
The week we're jumping in with Rosanna Durruthy, Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at LinkedIn. She’s a well-known leader in D&I, grounded in her personal power and candor. You'll hear how the importance she places on her relationship with herself and accepting herself has allowed her to transform those around her, and what it means for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging globally.
We live in a world where it has become critical to be aware of our emotions for self-development and interpersonal interactions, yet most of us were never taught these skills. In this week’s episode, we’re jumping in the arena with Marc Brackett, Ph.D., founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, on his 2019 book Permission to Feel. Through his personal stories, you’ll hear how the framework he’s introducing globally is redesigning how people, from students to corporate leaders, become more curious, open, and understanding of their emotions.
This week we jump back in with one of our favorite guests, Yung Pueblo (Diego Perez). His second book, Clarity & Connection, poetically delves into what it means to move through a personal transformational process. In our conversation, Diego clarifies the variety of ways to heal yourself, the value of learning how patterns and conditioning affect your perception, and why we all benefit from staying present in our relationships while we grow.
This week we're talking to Scott Shute, Head of Mindfulness and Compassion at LinkedIn, about his new book The Full Body Yes. While it's categorized as a business book, its focus is on the deeply human experience of knowing oneself, loving oneself, mastering oneself, and compassion in action. Scott brings 4 engaging stories from the book to life, followed by us connecting the dots with him on how they each apply as powerful lessons in life and at work. Together, we can change work from the inside out.
Leaning on the words of others during hard times has a powerful way of helping us get to the other side of our struggles. In this week’s episode, join us as we share the most memorable quotes we’ve collected throughout our lives. No matter what you’re facing right now, meaningful words can help you meet this moment.