What Is the Future of Work Post-Covid? 6 Must-Haves for Success

Available for Interviews: Nell Derick Debovoise

Nell Derick Debovoise is the author of the new book, A New Kind of Power: Using Human-Centered Leadership to Drive Innovation, Equity, and Belonging in Government Institutions.

 

What Nell Derick Debevoise Can say in an interview on
The Future of Work Post-Covid:

The Future of Work requires accountability to all people and the planet they impact, in the medium- and long-term. Companies can no longer succeed with a narrow focus on short-term profitability. They must address the concerns and well-being of all stakeholders, from employees to suppliers to customers, as well as community members and investors. Here are some key points for success in business:

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The Feedback Disconnect: If Everyone Wants It, Why Aren’t We Giving It?

Available for Interviews:  Dr. Kelly Waltman

Kelly Waltman, PhD, is the Founder and CEO of SLR Leadership Consultion, LLC. She is also the author of Elevate Connection: Cutivate and Engaged, Inspired, Productive and Profitable Team Culture.

What Dr. Kelly Waltman can say in an interview
on Feedback in Business
:

We suffer from a significant feedback disconnect in the workplace. Consider some recent research:

      • Research shows that the overwhelming majority of the American workforce craves feedback. As highlighted in the Harvard Business Review, 72% of workers believe their performance would improve with constructive feedback, and research from Officevibe showed 83% of employees want feedback whether it’s positive or critical. Officevibe also found that 98% of workers state they will fail to be engaged when managers give little to no feedback.

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How to Avoid 5 Common Manager Mistakes That Crush Workplace Culture

Available for Interviews: Dara Barlin

Dara Barlin is the Founder & CEO of the Center for Transforming Culture and the author of the new book, A New Kind of Power: Using Human-Centered Leadership to Drive Innovation, Equity, and Belonging in Government Institutions.

 

What Dara Barlin Can say in an interview on
Common Manager Mistakes & Solutions for Success:

There are a number of traditional management behaviors that have been commonplace in the workplace for centuries. While these strategies served a purpose for a while, they have recently been linked with destroying team culture and creating big problems for organizations including employee apathy, lower quality work, increased attrition, more sick days, more conflict, and worse overall outcomes. The good news is, many organizations are starting to change things up by adopting behaviors aligned with a more human-centered approach to management. In doing so, they’ve seen a big difference in the workplace, including more trust, improved collaboration, increased innovation, higher quality work, and better talent retention. Here are some common behaviors to look out for if you want to create a thriving work environment for your team (and some suggestions for what to do about them).

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How to Harness the Power of Communication for Success

Available for Interviews:  Dr. Kelly Waltman

Kelly Waltman, PhD, is the Founder and CEO of SLR Leadership Consultion, LLC. She is also the author of Elevate Connection: Cutivate and Engaged, Inspired, Productive and Profitable Team Culture.

What Dr. Kelly Waltman can say in an interview
on Performance Reviews
:

    • In any relationship you have, whether it’s personal or professional, the quality and depth of that relationship are directly tied to the quality and depth of communication.
    • There is true power in communication. A single conversation can build us up and have us feeling like we can take on the world or diminish us to the point of questioning everything. 

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Let’s Unpack the Latest in Mask Confusion and Summer Travel

Available for Interviews:  Christopher Elliott

Christopher Elliott is an author, advocate, and journalist. He writes six weekly columns about customer service, with a special emphasis on travel and technology. His work reaches more than 10 million readers a week. You
have likely read his work in USA Today or Forbes.

What Travel Expert and Consumer Advocate, Christopher Elliot, could say about Disability Fakers in the travel and hospitality industries:

If you think you know everything about face covering during a pandemic, just ride a hotel elevator. –Chris Elliott

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There’s Never Been an Easier Time to Become an Author

Available for Interviews:  Trevor Crane,
Publisher, Epic Author Publishing

Here’s what Trevor Crane can say on this topic:

      • Gone are the days when you needed “permission” from a group of people you’ve never met (aka a traditional publisher) to tell you that your book is worthy.
      • While there are more authors than ever before, there are more publishers than ever before, too.
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Are You Relying on Annual Performance Reviews for Feedback?

Available for Interviews:  Dr. Kelly Waltman

Kelly Waltman, PhD, is the Founder and CEO of SLR Leadership Consultion, LLC. She is also the author of Elevate Connection: Cutivate and Engaged, Inspired, Productive and Profitable Team Culture.

What Dr. Kelly Waltman can say in an interview
on Performance Reviews
:

While a more formal annual review has its place in reviewing progress and in facilitating promotions and pay raise considerations, I advise strongly against relying on the annual appraisal process as your primary method of relaying feedback for employee performance.

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How to Raise Empathetic Kids: Making the World a Kinder Place

Available for Interviews:  Dr. Colleen Cira

Dr. Colleen Cira, Psy.D., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in Women and Trauma, and has worked with hundreds of people struggling with mental health issues.

 

Talking Points on What Dr. Cira Can Say in an Interview
About Explaining Protests to kids:

There are several ways that you can increase your child’s emotional intelligence and empathy.

    1. You must have empathy yourself.  The most effective way that kids learn is by watching the way their parents behave.  If YOU, the parent, have and demonstrate empathy, your children will grow up to be empathic.  Give money to homeless folks, check in on friends, family and neighbors who are ill and/or struggling, take your child to a peaceful, family friendly protest, volunteer at a food bank together.  SHOW UP the way you’d like your child to show up someday.

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Try These Tricks for Handling the Stress and Pain of Travel

Available for Interviews:  Christopher Elliott

Christopher Elliott is an author, advocate, and journalist. He writes six weekly columns about customer service, with a special emphasis on travel and technology. His work reaches more than 10 million readers a week. You
have likely read his work in USA Today or Forbes.

What Travel Expert and Consumer Advocate, Christopher Elliot, could say about Disability Fakers in the travel and hospitality industries:

Travel is stressful. Sometimes, travel even hurts – now more than ever –Chris Elliott

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How to Elevate Connection at Work for Success

Available for Interviews:  Dr. Kelly Waltman

Kelly Waltman, PhD, is the Founder and CEO of SLR Leadership Consultion, LLC. She is also the author of Elevate Connection: Cutivate and Engaged, Inspired, Productive and Profitable Team Culture.

What Dr. Kelly Waltman can say in an interview
on Elevating Connection in the Workplace
:

    • “Elevate Connection” is a call to action for leaders everywhere. It’s about understanding that connection is an essential component of success and three key areas where connection should be continuously cultivated.

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