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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

January 27, 2021 in
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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