This podcast is designed to help you get out of your rut or talk you back off the ledge. Surviving corporate America is not easy, but it is doable with the right tools and insights. Using my expertise in human resources analysis and consulting, I have curated content to address challenges that arise in the career development space. We will discuss topics like knowing who is really in your corner, having the courage to speak out when something just isn’t right, investing in your own development with or without corporate sponsorship, choosing your words carefully and many other topics. I will also interview some interesting regular people who have made it through successfully. Life is way too amazing to be stuck in confusion and misery! Subscribe to the podcast, give us a rating, send me some comments (I really do use them for the development and improvement of content). Thank you for listening!

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RECENT EPISODES

Creating Success in Others: An interview with Kim Seymour

Creating Success in Others: An interview with Kim Seymour

Join Laurel and her guest, Kim Seymour, Chief People Officer at WW.  Together they explore Kim’s journey from corporate law to Human Resources; the definition of what success means to her; and her ability to read and use the talents with those she manages. About the...

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What Does It Mean to Be A Servant Leader?

What Does It Mean to Be A Servant Leader?

The term "servant leadership" has gotten to be one of those terms that is overused. But the IDEA of servant leadership is a good one. It suggests that, in order to be a great leader, one must lead with a servants heart. The success of those around you is just as...

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Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

As we say in Texas, "good fences make good neighbors." Fences tell you what belongs to you and what does not. They set a "barrier" of sorts between physical spaces. This same concept is true with boundaries. What are "fences" are you putting up to protect yourself -...

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It Takes Courage

It Takes Courage

It is important, no matter your role in an organization, that you have courage. Courage to tackle tasks you've never done before. Courage to seek and act upon constructive feedback. And, most important AND most difficult, courage to stand up and challenge the status...

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