Over the next two weeks, we have some exciting speakers and topics in our web seminar series. As always, these seminars are free of charge and available to everyone.
On May 22nd, Dario Priolo and Greg Alexander from Miller-Heiman will be talking about benchmarking your sales organization to improve performance.
Phil Haberstro, Executive Director of the National Association for Health and Fitness, is speaking on May 23rd about how to incorporate a healthy lifestyle into our busy lives.
On May 24th, Andy Goodman, is speaking about the compelling nature of stories and how they can help you attract clients, recruit staff and maintain a strong organizational culture.
Rob Mottern, from Profiles International, Inc will be presenting "Taking the guesswork out of hiring" on May 31st. She will be talking about proven tactics and tools that will significantly improve your organization's ability to hire properly.
To learn more about our web seminar series or to register for the series, you may visit our web seminar page.
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We interviewed Phil Haberstro the other day about his upcoming web seminar on Active Living on May 23rd. Phil will be talking about how to promote an active lifestyle while balancing the demands of work and life. The interview can be listened to here:
Please visit our web seminar series page to learn more about this exciting series.
If you would like to subscribe to the feed, you can do so here.
As you may know, we host a Web Seminar Series that features speakers from a variety of industries talking about their topics of expertise. We will be interviewing a few of these speakers in the weeks prior to their event to get a preview of what they will be speaking about. The short interviews will be a great way to see if a particular topic is of interest to you.
The upcoming interviews for May and the dates of the events are listed below:
Phil Haberstro – May 23rd
Phil Haberstro, Executive Director of the National Association for health and fitness, will lead a discussion on integrating regular physical activity into our daily lives.
Andy Goodman – May 24th
Andy Goodman will explain why he believes storytelling can improve the ways you attract clients (or donors), recruit staff, and maintain a strong organizational culture.
Robin Mottern – May 31st
Robin will teach you tactics and tools that will significantly improve your ability to compete for, select, promote and retain superior talent.
A podcast of the interviews will be posted on the blog a week before the live event or you may subscribe to the feed here:
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"It's just work," said an old friend of mine at lunch earlier today. He recently became a father. He recently changed jobs. I looked at him and felt both envious of and sorry for him. Sometimes I agree with him. Usually it's when I lose my optimism.
When you go to work, who are you? Do the lines between your personal and professional lives blur? Are your coworkers also your friends, partners, people who know more sides of you than anyone else?
The more I read, the more people I meet, the more it seems that many of the most satisfied people have merged the different aspects of their lives. They channel passion into their work, become very successful because they are doing what they love to do, and subsequently attract people they know and trust to work with them. Work and play together, and you reveal more sides of who you are. Satisfying. Scary. Probably hard to go back to the compartmentalized, earlier life. How would that feel? Work. Stop. Play. Stop. Rinse. Repeat.
What would it be like to merge your lives into one? How would that change your week? If you could structure your life however you wanted, what would you do? Who would you be? Maybe you are already there.