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Episode #14 – How to Get Leadership to See Your Value at Work

In this episode of Relationships at Work, host Russel Lolacher talks about how to get leadership to see your value – whether it’s executive or anyone with influence in your organization. You have more power than you know. After a recent experience where an employee diminished themselves and their influence within their organization, Russel shares …

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Built to Win – What It Takes To Be a Customer-Centric Organization

Speaking and sharing my experience for as long as I have in the customer/experience relationship space, I’ve had the absolutely pleasure of making some friends along the way. People that will just pick up a phone or message back and forth to share some guidance, insight or an ear. One of those amazing people is …

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Episode #4 – More than Maslow’s Need Hierarchy at Work

In episode four of Relationships at Work, host Russel Lolacher revisits Maslow’s Need Hierarchy. You remember that one, right? Well it actually gets a lot more interesting. One of the inspirations for Maslow’s theory was in the time he spent with the Blackfoot First Nations for six weeks, and writer Teju Ravilochan has done an …

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Episode #3 – Addressing Negativity at Work

In episode three of Relationships at Work, I chat with Kate Nasser, author and People-Skills Coach, as we look at identifying negativity in the workplace and how to address it for ourselves and for our organization. A few reasons Kate is awesome – founder/president of CAS, Inc and the People’s Skills Coach and she’s been …

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How Internal Podcasts can Help Engage Your Employees

Internal podcasts are a great tool for communications and to engage your employees. It’s like having your very own company culture radio station. The popularity and adoption of podcasting continues to rise. According to Statistica, the number of those who have listened to podcasts over the age of 12, jumped 44% from 2018 to 2019. …

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