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Is News Consumption Changing You for the Worse?

September 17, 2021 in
 Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Belle Curve is brought to you by HigherEchelon, Inc. – find HigherEchelon at higherechelon.com and on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. When you digest news, do you ever feel as if you are being experimented on, manipulated, told what to think?  Know anyone, maybe even someone you love, who you think has changed,...
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Are You Apologizing Too Much? You May Have ‘Sorry Syndrome’

July 1, 2021 in
 Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS [video width="640" height="640" mp4="https://www.higherechelon.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/SorrySyndromeaudiogram.mp4"][/video] In this week’s episode of Belle Curve we discuss Sorry Syndrome. What is Sorry Syndrome? It’s basically the compulsion to apologize for things incessantly, even for things outside of our control. Here are a few signs you might be afflicted, according to a...
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High Performers from History: Babe Didrickson Zaharias

June 21, 2021 in
 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS [video width="640" height="640" mp4="https://www.higherechelon.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Belle-Curve-High-Performers-from-History-Babe-Didricksen-Zaharias.mp4"][/video]   There is much to learn about high performance by looking to history. Babe Didrickson Zaharias is a high performer from history and a colorful character known for her many athletic achievements in a variety of sports including basketball,...
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Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurship: Joe Ross on Beyond the Uniform Podcast

June 1, 2021 in
   HigherEchelon President and Co-founder Joe Ross, PhD appeared on Beyond the Uniform Podcast to discuss Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurship and what it takes to start a business. Ross and podcast host Justin Nassiri discussed effective mindsets for transitioning military service members, overcoming obstacles, and how to build teams around peoples' strengths. Selected Resources Mentioned: ...
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Flawed Mental Shortcuts & Damaging Biases — Interview with Dr. Donnie Horner

May 26, 2021 in
 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS [video width="640" height="640" mp4="https://www.higherechelon.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Belle-Curve-Flawed-Mental-Shortcuts-audiogram.mp4"][/video]   Today we are talking about the mental shortcuts we take, most of them unconsciously, to make sense of and navigate and organize our worlds. These shortcuts can be useful to us in some ways (think reflexes to fight...
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Clearing Your Clutter with Kati Wadsworth

May 20, 2021 in
 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS [video width="640" height="640" mp4="https://www.higherechelon.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Belle-Curve-Kati-Wadsworth.mp4"][/video] Belle Curve is brought to you by HigherEchelon, Inc. – find HigherEchelon at higherechelon.com and on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. Have you ever opened your closet only to have a comedic shower of shoe boxes or purses rain down? Or shuffled through your desk...
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The Post-Pandemic Future: A Conversation with HudsonAlpha’s Dr. Neil Lamb

May 4, 2021 in
 Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android [video width="640" height="640" mp4="https://www.higherechelon.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Belle-Curve-Dr.-Neil-Lamb-HudsonAlpha.mp4"][/video] Way back in April 2020, we talked with Dr. Neil Lamb of HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology in a Belle Curve episode about COVID-19.  Much has happened in a year -- in this episode we check in with Dr. Lamb again to give us...
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Is Venting Helpful or Unhealthy?

April 20, 2021 in
 Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android Ever been so mad, frustrated, or upset you just pop off and vent some steam? Think back on a time you vented some negative feelings. Was it helpful, or did it cause you problems? How did you feel about yourself afterward? Evidence suggests it may make us...
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Generational Differences Impact Talent Management — Kristin Scroggin Interview

March 18, 2021 in
 Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android Generational differences impact workplaces and talent management as various generations contend with the values and working styles of co-workers both younger and older. Many organizations are currently struggling to attract and retain young talent, who may not be motivated by the same values as their older supervisors. ...
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Kicking Imposter Syndrome to the Curb — Kim Meninger Interview

February 24, 2021 in
 Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android Most of us go through at least one time in our lives when we experience inner doubt and lose confidence, second-guess our success, or deal with unhelpful thoughts that may sound something like: -- “I’m not as smart as people think I am (or I used to...
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Improving communication in work and life with the ‘Five Love Languages’

February 12, 2021 in
 Subscribe to Belle Curve: Apple Podcasts | Android It's the week of Valentine's Day, so it's time to talk about love. More specifically, it's time to translate how we communicate love and appreciation into the workplace and our personal lives. Let's face it -- communication is challenging. Sometimes we just can't seem to get on...
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#20: Putting Character at the Heart of Culture Change with Former VA Secretary Robert (Bob) McDonald and University of South Carolina President Robert (Bob) Caslen

Putting Character at the Heart of Culture Change with Former VA Secretary Robert (Bob) McDonald and University of South Carolina President Robert (Bob) Caslen  Today’s Coaching Through Stories episode features former VA Secretary, Robert “Bob” McDonald. Dr. Eric Bean is also joined by guest co-host, University of South Carolina President Robert “Bob” Caslen....
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#19: Embrace Process in the Face of Failure with Dr. Angus Mugford

Embrace Process in the Face of Failure with Dr. Angus Mugford    Today’s Coaching Through Stories episode hosted by HigherEchelon Dir. of High Performance Dr. Eric Bean features Dr. Angus Mugford, the Vice President of High Performance for the Toronto Blue Jays. In this podcast, Dr. Mugford shares with us how high performance...
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Keeping Confidences: Why It’s Crucial in Work & Life

January 21, 2021 in
 Sometimes the conversation starts something like: “There’s something I need to tell you.  It’s weighing on me, and I just really need to talk about it.  Promise you won’t tell?” That “promise you won’t tell bit” is the sticky wicket. Because that piece is important, but sometimes it isn't treated as important. We...
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#18: Go beyond outcomes, consider experience with Sonia Rhodes

Go beyond outcomes, consider experience with Sonia Rhodes    Today’s Coaching Through Stories episode features Sonia Rhodes, the founder and CEO of the Experience Lab, a one-of-a-kind experience design firm that's committed to transforming every aspect of the health care experience from the inside out. The Experience Lab is also the place where...
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Are You Striving For Things That Truly Matter?

January 8, 2021 in
 Have you ever worked hard for something you knew was going to pay off, only to be disappointed when that long-awaited day finally comes? Maybe you pined for something, some milestone, or even someone. Maybe it was a promotion, a relationship, or even a big event like a vacation or a sporting event....
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How To Effectively Set Goals with Dr. Joe Ross

January 6, 2021 in
HigherEchelon President Dr. Joe Ross recently appeared on Intentional Leader podcast with Cal Walters to discuss effective goal-setting and how to incorporate the Four Ds: Define, Determine, Decide, Do. Listen in to learn: Joe's tips for high performance How to have a mental edge Keys to leadership How to lead through change Grab a...
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#17: The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Leadership with Dr. Dean Taylor

The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Leadership with Dr. Dean Taylor  Today’s Coaching Through Stories episode features Dr. Dean Taylor, a professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, the Director of the Duke Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, and team physician for Duke University. He is also actively involved in leadership initiatives in the...
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2020: Finding Positives in Tough Times

December 22, 2020 in
 With the terrible human impact COVID has wreaked, we expect many may not think of 2020 as a positive year. We certainly wish the world had never been inflicted with the pandemic.  Even so, we challenged ourselves  to answer the question, “Has the pandemic prompted any positive outcomes in our lives?”   The truth...
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#16: Evolve Your Relationship with Fear with Dr. Eric Bean

Evolve Your Relationship with Fear with Dr. Eric Bean  During this Coaching Through Stories episode, host Dr. Eric Bean coaches us on how to effectively manage and eventually overcome a paralyzing pattern of behavior most people have: fear. Discover how you can look at fear from a totally different perspective—something that can lead...
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Leadership Tips for Healthy Businesses & Bodies with Sarah Longshore Hayes – Belle Curve Podcast

December 10, 2020 in
We’re nearing the end of 2020, which has been a year that has taken a toll on most of us in at least some area of our lives. Perhaps two of those areas, for many, have been in the areas of our bodies, as we have faced the challenge of staying healthy during quarantines,...
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#15: Creating Space for Connection through Listening and Understanding with Dr. Lani Lawrence

Creating Space for Connection through Listening and Understanding with Dr. Lani Lawrence, Clinical Sport Psychologist and Director of Player Engagement for the New York Giants Today’s Coaching Through Stories episode features Dr. Nohelani (Lani) Lawrence, a Clinical and Sport Psychologist and the current Director of Wellness and Clinical Services for the New York Giants....
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Navigating Family Feuds and Drama – Belle Curve Podcast

November 25, 2020 in
The holidays are here and if you are like so many other families, you may be thinking, “Here we go with the family drama, fights, squabbles, disagreements, etc.” Internal family dissension can mess with your head and can mess up other areas of your life. It can be challenging to compartmentalize when the dissension...
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#14: Lead Through Alignment and Accountability with Anthony Noto, CEO at SoFi

Lead Through Alignment and Accountability with Anthony Noto, CEO at SoFi Today's Coaching Through Stories episode features Anthony Noto, the current CEO at SoFi, a unique finance company whose goal is to help clients “get their money right.” Anthony shares the challenges that helped shape him, the early failures and setbacks that propelled him to...
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How To Be Our Best More Often with Dr. Angie Fifer – Belle Curve Podcast

November 16, 2020 in
On this Belle Curve podcast episode, Mary Scott Hunter, Rachel Bryars, and Liz BeShears get to geek out on the science of high performance with guest Dr. Angie Fifer – a HigherEchelon, Inc. mental performance expert who provides executive coaching and training in public and private sector organizations. Fifer holds multiple degrees from Penn State,...
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#13: Nobody can push a button you don’t have: Removing inner thorns with Dr. Eric Bean

Nobody can push a button you don't have: Removing inner thorns with Dr. Eric Bean During this episode of the Coaching Through Stories podcast, host Dr. Eric Bean coaches us on how to free ourselves from the habitual emotions, thoughts, and energy patterns that limit our consciousness using Michael A. Singer’s book "The Untethered...
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#12: Turn Tragedy into Triumph with Dr. Cindra Kamphoff

Turn Tragedy into Triumph with Dr. Cindra Kamphoff & Dr. Eric Bean On today’s Coaching Through Stories episode, our guest, Dr. Cindra Kamphoff shares how you can use your experiences to make you a better person and leader and how you can train your mind to think powerfully, on purpose. Cindra Kamphoff, Ph.D., CMPC, is...
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#11: Developing an Outward Mindset with Chip Huth

Developing an Outward Mindset with Chip Huth & Eric Bean, Ph.D. Today's Coaching Through Stories episode features guest Chip Huth who has been an active member of the Kansas City Police Department (KCPD) for the past 28 years. Currently, Chip serves as a Major for KCPD's Traffic Division, the State of Missouri’s defensive tactics...
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#10: Lead Yourself First with BG (RET.) Becky Halstead

July 30, 2020 in
Leading Yourself First with BG (RET.) Becky Halstead and Dr. Eric Bean  During this episode of the Coaching Through Stories podcast, host Eric Bean interviews Becky Halstead, a retired brigadier general who founded her own leadership consultancy company, STEADFAST Leadership. Becky has endured a lot of adversity throughout her life and her career....
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#9: Cultivating a Team First Approach with Austin Moss

July 15, 2020 in
How to cultivate a "Team First" approach with San Francisco 49ers Director of Player Engagement, Austin Moss, and Dr. Eric Bean   During this episode of the Coaching Through Stories podcast, host Eric Bean interviews Austin Moss, Director of Player Engagement with the San Francisco 49ers. Austin shares how he uses his role to educate,...
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#8: Authentic Leadership With Rocky Novak

July 1, 2020 in
How To be an Authentic Leader with Rocky Novak, CEO of Fallon, and Dr. Eric Bean   During this episode of the Coaching Through Stories podcast, host Eric Bean speaks with Rocky Novak, CEO of Fallon, a fully-integrated creative, media and production agency, headquartered in Minneapolis. Rocky's perspective on leadership is refreshing because he...
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#7: Presence, Priorities, and Perspective: How to get the most out of your time

June 17, 2020 in
Get the most out of your time with Dr. Eric Bean   During this episode of the Coaching Through Stories podcast, host Dr. Eric Bean discusses how to get the most out of your time at home and the office and why that matters. Dr. Bean challenges the eight-hour workday and asks questions you...
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#6: Overcoming Limits with Dr. Eric Bean

May 20, 2020 in
Focusing on Strengths and Overcoming Limits with Dr. Eric Bean   During this episode of the Coaching Through Stories podcast, host Eric Bean coaches us on how to overcome self-imposed limitations using a story from Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman. Learn about how to push through plateaus, set goals that drive you, and how...
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#5: Successful Work Culture with Miguel Gallego, CEO of Precision Diagnostics

May 6, 2020 in
Task and Social Cohesion for a Successful Work Culture with Miguel Gallego, CEO of Precision Diagnostics   During this episode of the Coaching Through Stories podcast, host Dr. Eric Bean speaks with Miguel Gallego, President and CEO of Precision Diagnostics. Miguel shares with listeners how he took risks financially and career wise to start...
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#4: Interview With COL Katherine Graef about Core Values

April 29, 2020 in
Leaders live by their core values and model the behavior they seek with COL. Katherine Graef   COL. Katherine Graef is the current Logistics Director of Special Operations Command Africa. Graef has also served as the Director of Logistics in Qatar, commanded the Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, and taught as a Military Professor at the Naval War College in Newport, RI....
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#3: Dr. Eric Bean Examines the Tylenol Crisis and Why Mission Matters

April 29, 2020 in
The 1980s Tylenol Crisis and Why Mission Matters with Dr. Eric Bean   During the third episode of the Coaching Through Stories podcast, host Eric Bean coaches us on the importance of mission using the 1980s Tylenol crisis as a case study. Learn about the power of having a mission, especially during a crisis. This episode will help you consider why...
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#2: Interview with University President and Ret. Lt. Gen Robert (Bob) Caslen

April 29, 2020 in
Persevere in the Face of Opposition with Ret. Lt. Gen. Robert (Bob) Caslen   Today’s episode features Ret. Lt. Gen. Robert (Bob) Caslen. Caslen is the current University of South Carolina President, he served 43 years in the U.S. Army, and is the former Superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Rarely...
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#1: Interview with Retired Navy Seal, Gary Denham

April 29, 2020 in
Leverage your core values and define your leader identity with retired Navy SEAL, Gary Denham   Today’s podcast features guest Gary Denham, who was a Navy SEAL for 21 years, and more recently was the Director of Instructor Development for the Naval Special Warfare Center. Currently, Gary helps others improve their performance with his business, Gary...
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Coaching Through Stories Trailer

April 22, 2020 in
 Coaching Through Stories is Coming Soon   Led by Dr. Eric Bean, the goal of this podcast is to explore stories from leaders and high performers in order to inspire, spark insights, and help you step up! Our guests this season include a former Navy SEAL, two CEOs, a University President, and other...
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