A podcast that brings humanity to the workplace. Each episode of LAABS busts the doors off topics that most business leaders shy away from in the workplace. Ready to have important conversations to drive real change in your organization? It starts with love. Let us show you how.
Chellie Phillips has developed Culture Secrets - secrets any leader can use to build a V.A.L.U.E. Culture. Listen in as she shares what each of these letters stands for, and how you can use them to build the right kind of culture around you.
Ally Stone has an incredible story to share. Founder of “The Inspired Leader”, Ally takes the experience of her own life, along with her learnings in developing numerous successful businesses and teams, to help other leaders understand what it means to go beyond, to lead from a place of presence and connection, creating an opportunity to experience their careers in ways that previously had not been deemed possible. Learn more here....
Green beans? Ice cream? Love? If none of this makes sense, you’ll just have to listen to the episode to find out what Bill Sims has to say about the NUMBER ONE driver of employee engagement.
So much of what motivates us in the workplace, and even in our lives, is driven from a place of fear. Cedric Bertelli has dedicated his career to helping people overcome stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other negative emotions using powerful tools and techniques - and today he joins the podcast to talk about the fear that manifests at work, and how to face these fears and grow from them.
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Robin Osborn knows a thing or two about facing adversity. From the challenges in her youth, to removing a baseball-sized tumor - she has channeled her adversity into what she calls the "Frustration to Freedom Framework." In this episode, she share her story, and her philosophy.
John Baldino has been in the Human Resources game for over 30 years, and he sits down with the podcast to share about what he’s seen change over time, what hasn’t worked, and how to do it right. This isn’t just for HR professionals, with all the wisdom he shares, there’s something here for everyone.
In the workplace, love and purpose go hand-in-hand. But what does it mean to be truly purpose-driven? Gayle Lantz specializes in shaping cultures and igniting transformation - and she shares her expertise around finding and understanding purpose within ourselves.
For 22 years, Dena Patton has been coaching and training leaders on her world-class Greatness Methodology. She joins the show in this episode to dive into one of the most important (and yet rarely discussed) aspects of leadership: Forgiveness.
Christina Frei is a branding and marketing professional that specializes in what she calls “marketing for humans.” In this episode, she shares about the different marketing archetypes that people fall under, and how to harness the humanity in us all for great marketing results.
Take Christina’s free marketing archetype assessment here: https://www.innatemarketinggenius.com/archetype/
Precious Azuree wants you to know that you are worthy, you are intelligent, and you are necessary. She authored “The Faith Focus Formula” to help people unlock their full potential and create a life of purpose, fulfillment, and abundance. In this episode, Precious shares her journey and perspective with us - and connects faith, love, and business together.
Learn more about Precious Azuree: https://www.theclaritycoach.co/
Jeff Ward is the founder and CEO of Animikii Indigenous Technology, a leading digital agency that pioneers social innovation through Indigenous technology. In this episode he shares his vision and passion with us, and highlights the amazing impact that can be made when love and purpose come together.
While many businesses prefer not to have a run-in with the EEOC, (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) many people don’t understand what the EEOC actually does. Marina Guerra talks to us about all of the ways the EEOC works to truly help people and businesses, especially when it comes to the prevention of negative workplace experiences.
Bessi Graham specializes in a very important concept: Bringing “doing good” and “making money” together. In this day and age, where greed and profit drive so much of our decision-making process, Bessi helps us understand what real success could look like - and how doing good is at the center of it.
We all want to be the very best version of ourselves, especially at the workplace - but that’s often easier said than done. Beth Ridley is an expert in just that, and in this episode she highlights what it takes to find and achieve success in our careers by tapping into our best authentic selves.
Joining us from the Netherlands, Paul ter Wal shares with us his concept of “Non-Negotiables” in the workplace - and why our individual core values are the key to passionate, creative, and engaged employees.
What does it take to become an “Authentic Leader”? Why does it matter? Candice Hung helps us explore this concept, and really dives deep into the elements that make up true self-awareness. If you’re looking to start really owning your own story, you won’t want to miss this conversation!
DEI continues to be an important topic, but it’s reached a point where so much of it is assumed, overlooked, or performative. This refreshing conversation with Maria Morukian takes a closer look at why DEI should still be focused on - and thought about differently.
In this episode, Dieter Schultz helps connect the dots between sustainability, leadership, behaviors, and love. He not only helps define what sustainability means, but really paints the picture of what it should look like.
Janine Hamner Holman’s mission is simple: to create the world of work where everyone can thrive. Well that sounds a lot like bringing humanity back to the workplace - so we had to get her on the show to find out more! This episode is full of incredible perspective and wisdom - you won’t want to miss it.
This episode finds the intersection between business and psychology, where we explore the workplace from a culture and psychological angle. Miriam Meima is a passionate and energetic executive coach, who shares with us some valuable perspective and advice around how to manage our mindsets and approaches in the workplace.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
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Who Killed JFK? For 60 years, we are still asking that question. In commemoration of the 60th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's tragic assassination, legendary filmmaker Rob Reiner teams up with award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien to tell the history of America’s greatest murder mystery. They interview CIA officials, medical experts, Pulitzer-prize winning journalists, eyewitnesses and a former Secret Service agent who, in 2023, came forward with groundbreaking new evidence. They dig deep into the layers of the 60-year-old question ‘Who Killed JFK?’, how that question has shaped America, and why it matters that we’re still asking it today.
He’s a former Secret Service Agent, former NYPD officer, and New York Times best-selling author. Join Dan Bongino each weekday as he tackles the hottest political issues, debunking both liberal and Republican establishment rhetoric.
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