Dr Kate Byrne is a change and communication specialist who understands the complexities and challenges of transformation.
This 30 minute podcast by Kate's definition has "No BS, fluff or filler, just the practical info you need to make it happen."
It was a privilege to trade tactics with Kate and in this episode, I cover:
For more visit https://www.everchange.com.au/the-new-way
Brilliantly hosted by Divan Gradwell and Mark Tannen, our conversation covers a lot of ground on the topic of trust. We talk about the risks, the benefits of giving to receive, and how we can all be better in this space.
It's a big episode so feel free to go to the show notes if you want to skip straight to what interests you.
The Candour Communication Podcast is:
Check out the full range of episodes on https://candourpodcast.com
Every day healthcare professionals and support workers experience emotional, mental, and physical trauma at work.
Despite advancements in medicine and models of care, there are numerous challenges and opportunities to improve the healthcare industry.
Leanne Meier is an international nurse leader, whose passion, commitment, and shared vision to transform healthcare with her colleagues is inspirational.
Leanne interviewed me on how to regain trust in nurses and it led me to reflect on my corporate and clinical support experience of the healthcare industry.
This podcast respectfully zeros in on the needs of healthcare and not surprisingly what we discuss is relevant for every industry, organisation, and country that cares.
Leanne's podcast focuses on serving a community that describes its industry as broken and in need of healing. For more go to https://www.onceanurse.com/listen-to-a-show
The Jay Allen Show is a podcast on Safety FM. Jay's show is an ongoing discussion of safety cultures, personal safety, human organizational performance, system safety, and PLUS the things Jay wants to discuss from his or his guest's point of view.
I spoke with Jay about how I became a Trust Strategist, why trust is important, the benefits, and who we need to be to lead with it.
This was our first meeting and conversation and because of Jay's skills it was like chatting to friend I'd known for years. I'd love to turn the tables and interview Jay for his own show because he really is that cool.
For more from Jay and other guests go to https://jayallenshow.com/
Thank you Jeff Feltzer of Equilibria for the introduction.
Anna Hughes is the host and creator of Books That Work. Anna makes the ideas and thinking in business books easy to tap into, for the purpose of helping people try things to make work better.
As a follower and fan of Anna's podcast, it's exciting to be featured. I also love the 'Take 5' infographic created from 'Trust' that is featured to complement the podcast.
For more visit https://www.booksthatwork.co.nz
The Oxford Review has enabled thousands of professionals to be more knowledgeable by providing access to extensive research that is quick, easy to read, and practical. Leaders, managers, heads of Human Resources, Organisational Development, Learning and Development, consultants, and coaches use The Oxford Review as an indispensable resource for evidence-based practice.
With gratitude, I spoke to Dr. David Wilkinson, the Editor-in-Chief about my book 'Trust - The Foundation for Healthy Organisations and Teams'