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How is your past workplace hurt showing up in your work today? As a leader, are you aware of how trauma and past experiences are affecting the perception and performance of your team? In this episode, I speak with Katie McLaughlin who asks these very important questions of leaders as she seeks to help them all heal and move forward in a productive …
 
Another episode where we are turning the mic around. In this episode, Melissa joined Sue Firth on The Executive Edge. Here is the description she provided: In this episode, Melissa talks about what leadership looks like after the pandemic. She is a leadership coach who encourages business to bridge the gap between the executive team at the top and …
 
This week, we are turning the mic around! I had the pleasure of being a guest on Subject Matter Pros Podcast with Kunal Desai. It was a wonderful chat that I wanted to share with you! Check out his podcast - he interviews lots of different guests on many topics. Here's his description: Today's workplace is a whole new being. With the great resignat…
 
How we engage with others shapes every relationship in our lives. Morgan and Cherie explain the three predominant styles of relating and demonstrate it in a real-time conversation.Show Note: click here to find the exercises referenced in this podcast.
 
Join me for this live episode of Wild Hearts at Work as I chat with Gary Ware, Allison Pollard, and Seth Erickson about one big question: In this Great Resignation era, what is the opportunity for employees to make change in the workplace? Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildheartsatwork)Melissa Boggs
 
Join me for our first live episode as I chat with Katelyn Magnuson, Rich Sheridan, and Bob Osmond about the skills and attributes necessary for leaders today! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildheartsatwork)Melissa Boggs
 
David Hawks knew that a change was necessary in order for Agile Velocity to survive and thrive when the world had turned upside down in 2020. Like most companies, they could no longer rely on their old habits or assumptions to move forward. So David took it to the team: What would AV2.0 need to look like? How could they walk their own talk? Could t…
 
This quote from Dr. Michael Gerharz is what drew me in: "I imagine a world in which those of us who have an important story to tell, a story that has the potential to change the world, find the words to make that happen." For those of us who are wild hearts at work, one of the biggest impediments to change is getting other people on board. In this …
 
John's upcoming book, Resilient, reveals how to restore our weary souls in these turbulent times. This week, John reads a chapter about how to tap into God's presence in our inmost being.Show Note: Resilient comes out June 7, 2022, in book and audio formats. Pre-order now at your favorite retailer.
 
The Chief People Officer at Zappi understands the importance of preventing burnout. At Zappi, they have a minimum PTO policy and they take all-company holidays at certain intervals in the quarter. I saw this on LinkedIn and immediately asked Tom if he would join me on the podcast. Little did I know that minimum PTO was just the beginning of the Zap…
 
What happens when a group of kids are given a substantial amount of money to make change in their school? Do they spend it on chips and candy? Or do they invest in the things that will really help make a difference in other kids' lives? Learn the answer from this podcast with FirstRoot CEO Luke Hohmann as we examine the journey of kids and adults w…
 
In this episode, I speak with Joseph Pelrine about the focus on (and the danger of misunderstanding) Psychological Safety in the workplace. He speaks to what teams really need in order to open up innovation and risk-taking in teams and help them to high performance. References: “Trust is the intersection of a person’s hopes and fears” Simpson, J.A.…
 
Word/Phrase of the Week: Bias Disruption Palantir.net is a digital consultancy led by CEO Tiffany Farriss. (not to be confused with another company of a similar name) I was excited to speak with Tiffany because she has set out to lead her company in a very wild-hearted way, right down to how people are compensated and how promotions are handled in …
 
Word/Phrase of the Week: Imposter Syndrome In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with leadership coach Asia about overcoming imposter syndrome and sitting deeply in your values to become the strongest - and most YOU- leader you can be. We talk about accepting constructive "feedback" vs. being firm in your personal boundaries when criticis…
 
Word/Phrase of the Week: Boundaries Nic Frick is a Career Coach who specializes in working with new moms who are trying to find their next career move. Often these new moms are struggling to reprioritize their lives and find new identity after the birth of their children. Like these new moms, all of us are experience reprioritization and new identi…
 
Hello, Friends! (Every time I say that, I imagine Robin Williams' voice as Mrs. Doubtfire.) I'm so thrilled to be kicking off Season 2 with this episode. For nearly 12 minutes, I look back at learnings from Season 1, share some gratitude, and give you a sneak peek at what Season 2 is shaping up to be! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildh…
 
Word/Phrase of this episode: Authenticity In this episode, I speak with Dr. Erika Michalski about her favorite topic: authenticity. What does it mean? How does it show up at work? What is rebellious about it? This glitter loving doctor shares some challenges of being truly authentic, and how authenticity shows up in our leadership. We also talk abo…
 
Word/Phrase of the Week: Agency In this episode, I speak with Microsoft CTO Advisor Williams Adams on the topic of Agency. A long time Microsoft employee, William has made long-standing impact within the large company by engaging his own sense of agency. He talks with me about how he challenged the status quo, created new programs (specifically LEA…
 
John and Morgan wrap up their teaching on the ten bridesmaids by offering ways we can increase our oil through greater intimacy with God.Show Note: Opening and closing music excerpts are from the song Breathe - Live by Vineyard Worship, Kathryn Scott.
 
John and Morgan talk about the parable of the ten bridesmaids and how to stay filled with the presence of God rather than run out of oil in these draining times.Show Note: Opening and closing music excerpts are from the song Breathe - Live by Vineyard Worship, Kathryn Scott.
 
Where has your heart been going this Advent season? John and Stasi talk about the importance of shepherding your heart through the holidays.Show Note: Opening and closing music excerpts are from the album Handel: Messiah / Part 1 - "Comfort Ye, My People...Ev'ry Valley Shall Be Exalted" by Philip Langridge & Academy of St. Martin in the Fields & Si…
 
In this third week of Advent, John shares how to replace unbelief and fleeting moments of happiness with the great joy of Jesus and the wonder of our salvation.Show Note: Joy to the World opening and closing song excerpts from Choir of King's College Cambridge Sings Christmas Carols. Glory to God in the Highest song excerpt from Handel: Messiah by …
 
I first learned of Katelyn Magnuson in the same way as many others: when her 1 minute video on the flexibility of her business went viral on TikTok. In this video, she was explaining how she and her employees work 32 hour work weeks and no more. For obvious reasons, I was dying to talk with her about this and invite you to listen! I was thrilled to…
 
In this episode, I speak with Melanie Parish of The Experimental Leader book, The Experimental Leader Academy, and the Experimental Leader podcast! We had a lovely chat about the nature of experiments, why humans are wary of experiments, and what it looks like to experiment or support experimentation as a leader! Moreover, I really enjoyed just tal…
 
Have you ever had an idea that just wouldn't leave you alone - and you don't even know where it came from? Have you ever been in a meeting and something you heard just didn't feel right - but you were afraid to speak up because you had no "data" to prove you were right? Your intuition might be screaming at you! Shoshanna French hears stories like t…
 
The first thing you notice about Gary is his kind smile. The second thing you notice is the hidden Mickey on the wall behind him. It's not hard to see why companies across the world trust him to bring play into their organizations. Gary Ware is the founder of Breakthrough Play, a Strategic Play Consultant, and a TedX Speaker. In this episode, we ta…
 
The Wild at Heart team shares breathtaking stories of how Jesus is working in the hearts and lives of people all around the world.Show Note: If you'd like to support Wild at Heart's mission, you can give on our website at https://wildatheart.org/give or through the Wild at Heart app at https://wildatheart.org/app.…
 
Wild hearts show up in every industry, even public education! In this episode, I chat with John Miller, Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer at Agile Classrooms. John has made it his multi-year mission to help revolutionize the classroom using agile values and principles. In this episode, we talk about his journey from IT Director to leading the a…
 
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