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Author: Ed Evarts

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On Be Brave at Work, leadership coach, author and speaker Ed Evarts shares stories about people saying what needs to be said and doing what needs to be done in their workplace. Talking to people just like you who have shown bravery in creative and innovative ways.
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Join us on Be Brave at Work for part 2 of our 2 part interview with Natalie Susi - a teacher, writer, entrepreneur, and a communication consultant. Natalie shares with us some thoughts on how bravery plays a role in many of the life lessons (14 of them!) she details on her website homepage. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave at Work for part 1 of our 2 part interview with Natalie Susi - a teacher, writer, entrepreneur, and a communication consultant. Natalie shares with us some thoughts on how bravery plays a role in many of the life lessons (14 of them!) she details on her website homepage. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave at Work for part 3 of our 3 part interview with Timothy Clark, founder and CEO of LeaderFactor, a training, consulting, coaching, and assessment organization. Timothy is the author of The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety: Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation, and he chats about the impact of psychological safety and bravery in the workplace. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety On YouTube More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave at Work for part 2 of our 3 part interview with Timothy Clark, founder and CEO of LeaderFactor, a training, consulting, coaching, and assessment organization. Timothy is the author of The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety: Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation, and he chats about the impact of psychological safety and bravery in the workplace. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety On YouTube More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave at Work as we hear from Timothy Clark, founder and CEO of LeaderFactor, a training, consulting, coaching, and assessment organization. Timothy is the author of The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety: Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation, and he chats about the impact of psychological safety and bravery in the workplace. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety On YouTube More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave at Work as we hear from Jason Freeman, an energetic and empowering speaker with a speech impediment. Jason is also the founder of Heroic Yes! Productions, and the author of Awkwardly Awesome – Embracing My Imperfect Best, and he chats about his experiences navigating bravery at work. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave at Work as we continue our conversation with Carol Vallone Mitchell, PhD, cofounder of Talent Strategy Partners, author of Breaking Through Bitch: How Women Can Shatter Stereotypes and Lead Fearlessly, and the creator of the Women’s Leadership Blueprint, a behavioral profile of success. Carol chats about the research for her bestselling book and the influence and impact bravery has on women at work. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Breaking Through "Bitch": How Women Can Shatter Stereotypes and Lead Fearlessly CarolValloneMitchell.com Talent Strategy Partners More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us this week on Be Brave at Work as we hear from Carol Vallone Mitchell, PhD, cofounder of Talent Strategy Partners, author of Breaking Through Bitch: How Women Can Shatter Stereotypes and Lead Fearlessly, and the creator of the Women’s Leadership Blueprint, a behavioral profile of success. Carol chats about the research for her bestselling book and the influence and impact bravery has on women at work. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Breaking Through "Bitch": How Women Can Shatter Stereotypes and Lead Fearlessly CarolValloneMitchell.com Talent Strategy Partners More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Episode 50: Alec Stern

Episode 50: Alec Stern

2020-09-2421:53

Join us this week on Be Brave at Work as we hear from Alec Stern, an entrepreneur, speaker, mentor, and investor. Alec has become known as “America’s Startup Success Expert” for performing hundreds of keynote speeches worldwide and for his popular sessions at top conferences around the globe. As a primary member of Constant Contact’s founding team, Alec was one of the original three who started the company in an attic. He was with Constant Contact for 18 years from the attic, to start-up, to IPO, to a $1.1 billion acquisition. Listen as Alec reflects on his professional journey and how bravery and entrepreneurism make strange bedfellows. Links of Interest On LinkedIn On Facebook AlecSpeaks.com More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Episode 49: Nic Marks

Episode 49: Nic Marks

2020-09-2122:52

Join us this week on Be Brave at Work as we hear from Nic Marks, a therapist and statistician with an unusual expertise in workplace happiness. Nic started out doing quality of life statistics and shifted to well-being and happiness for the United Kingdom and other national governments. In addition to hosting a couple of Ted Talks on how we measure and improve happiness at work, Nic launched his statistical tool and product, Friday Pulse, in 2019. With his unusual background, Nic shares with us his experiences working to measure and share workplace happiness and the role bravery plays in happiness in the workplace. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Friday Pulse Nic Marks More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on the Be Brave At Work podcast as we talk with Erik Swanson. For the past 20-years, Erik has been an International Success Coach & Trainer, international consultant with corporations and associations, and has conducted riveting and high-energy keynote seminars throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and beyond. Erik, known colloquially as “Mr. Awesome,” is a seven-times international best-selling author and is the Founder and CEO of Habitude Warrior International. Erik shares his experiences working to be a successful speaker and his reflections on being braver in the workplace. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Habitude Warrior Secret Habitude Warriors book Awesome Swanson Awesome Mastermind More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave At Work with our guest Claire Chandler, President and Founder of TalentBoost, a firm that helps organizations scale without the growing pains. Claire has over 25 years of experience in a variety of Human Resource and Communication roles. Today she shares with us her experiences with clients working to be braver in the workplace and her own thoughts and observations of being brave at work. Links of Interest On LinkedIn TalentBoost Claire Chandler Website More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave At Work as we hear from Rick Koonce, an Executive Coach, Organizational Change Consultant, and author of Growing Leaders. Rick chats about his work with clients who are striving to be braver in the workplace, and he tells us about a special model he uses with leaders to help them be braver and to revisit their role in their organization. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Growing Leaders Consequential Conversations More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave At Work with our guest Tony Martignetti, a leadership coach, entrepreneur and Chief Inspiration Officer at Inspired Purpose Coaching. Tony tells us about how he helps leaders and their teams design their work and life and navigate moments of bravery so they can feel fulfilled in order to live an inspired life. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave At Work as we hear the experiences and thoughts of Geoff Thatcher, author of "The CEO’s Time Machine." Geoff is a storyteller and an experience designer for theme parks, museums, and brands. He shares his impressions and definitions of bravery in the workplace, along with a couple of fun stories. Links of Interest On LinkedIn The CEO’s Time Machine More information about Ed, visit https://www.excellius.com/ © 2020 Ed Evarts
Join us on Be Brave at Work as we continue our conversation with Kit Pang. Kit is a public speaking and virtual presentation skills expert and the founder of the BostonSpeaks organization, which is devoted to helping everyday people become natural public speakers. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website
Join us on Be Brave at Work as we hear experiences and recommendations from Kit Pang. Kit is a public speaking and virtual presentation skills expert and the founder of the BostonSpeaks organization, which is devoted to helping everyday people become natural public speakers. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website
Join us on Be Brave @ Work as we talk with Kevin Hancock, CEO of Hancock Lumber and author of a new book, The Seventh Power: One CEO’s Journey into the Business of Shared Leadership. Kevin talks about how he defines bravery in the workplace and shares his personal story about the bravery he needed to demonstrate in order to continue his journey. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website Hancock Lumber Website
Episode 40: Tom Morin

Episode 40: Tom Morin

2020-08-2019:53

Tune in to Be Brave at Work as we talk with Tom Morin, a speaker, consultant, coach and author of the new book, Your Best Work: Create the Working Life That’s Right for You. Tom shares with us a bravery story that we all might experience. Links of Interest On LinkedIn Website
Episode 39: Tara Ryan

Episode 39: Tara Ryan

2020-08-1721:40

Tune in to Be Brave @ Work as we talk with Tara Ryan, a sales leader at HubSpot, a software company based in Boston that helps other companies with marketing, sales, and service efforts. Tara is also the host of the inspirational and educational website, SheCommutesOutloud. Today, Tara shares her definitions of bravery in the workplace and her experiences with bravery as she brought to life a new mentoring program at her current employer. Links of Interest On LinkedIn On Instagram She Commutes Out Loud website
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