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The Workspace Podcast is an open forum for business owners and leaders to share actionable thoughts, ideas and best practices.
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Julie Griffin-Carty owns Maison Court, an organizing company that gives you the “home court” advantage of an organized space. Clearing away disorganized chaos, Maison Court works with each client to create a personalized system from which to enjoy and operate their space.
Dr. Scott Rosner joined me on The Workspace Podcast to discuss his chiropractor practice and how best to protect yourself as an amateur sportsman or woman. Weekend warriors are subject to injury without the proper hydration, stretching and cool down habits. Our jobs can also do us harm without the proper posture and workstation setup. Have a listen for a healthier, more active you!About Scott and his practice: Weymouth Chiropractic & Wellness Center - utilizing chiropractic care, nutrition, exercises and lifestyle modifications, Weymouth Chiropractic and Wellness Center is the communities resource for healthcare education, spine and joint health, and sports injuries. Our care is specifically tailored for each individuals needs to get them feeling better and back to doing the things that they love. Chiropractic is widely recognized as one of the safest drug-free, non-invasive therapies available for the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal complaints. Chiropractors are considered portal of entry physicians in the state of Massachusetts, meaning that Chiropractors are able to help a variety of conditions from back and neck pain to sprains and strains.
My guests this week are Melissa Peralta and Julia MorlinoThey have teamed up to create Mood Food Events. They are combining their love of curated entertainment and eating healthy to create community and private events to help people learn how to nourish their bodies and recharge their soles. 
Ed Evarts is the founder and president of Excellius Leadership Development, an organization focused on coaching mid- to senior- level leaders and their teams in business environments.With over twenty-five years of innovative leadership and management experience, Ed possesses the ability to build awareness, create action, and deliver results.Known for his business acumen, his ability to resolve complex human relations issues, and his enthusiastic, accessible and responsive style, Ed partners with managers, leaders and business teams to explore clarity and communication, and traverse conflict and change.On this podcast we discussed the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team- Trust- Conflict- Commitment- Accountability- Results!!!Ed Evarts can be reached at, 617-549-1391
Kate Creative Media of Canton MA is a one-stop-shop for businesses and non-profits looking for a tailored website and online marketing plan for the modern age. From secure web hosting, website design and online advertising, KCM continues to deliver results for businesses across the country.Kate Stallings works best with companies that have a website and tried online marketing with a big company and may have been unsatisfied with the results or the lack of attention to their real business or 508-521-4769Kate and I have a great conversation on best to use your time and money to garner attention as a small local business. 
Private investigation has nothing to do with Hawaii, Ferrari's or Higgins. Sean Mullen from National Investigation Bureau and I sat down for a candid conversation about what his profession is really about. Sean helps companies reduce their overall risk on a myriad of issues including theft and sensitive issues like sexual harassment. We also discuss his positive relationship with law enforcement. Enjoy!To reach Sean: Sean A. Mullen, PresidentNational Investigation Bureau781-344-0384
Trisha is a Storyfinder, Speaker and Presentation coach, specializing in helping my clients find, develop and deliver stories that advance their careers and grow their businesses.Storytelling is in our social dna. We just need to access it!We can use stories on job interviews, at networking events, work presentations, business conversations. Stories help us get our message across in a clear and compelling manner. People remember stories.Trisha Griffin-Carty                  Griffin-Carty  781-413-5363
Hang on to Your Stars LLC is a leadership consulting and training company which helps organizations save a fortune by stopping employee turnover through strategic business practices.Turnover costs organizations trillions of dollars a year. Ineffective onboarding practices are primarily the main reason. In addition, for the first time in history there are up to four generations working together. Each of these generations have unique expectations and demands as well as strengths. Organizations that recognize and embrace these differences remain highly productive and make the most of the differences and skill sets each generation brings. If you are struggling to blend these generations and want to close the generation gap to create a positive and productive work environment, then our Camaraderie Campfires are the answer. These highly interactive workshops are a great employee retention tool.
Mal Stanton McCunney of School on Wheels Massachusetts was a recent guest on The Workspace Podcast. Mal is director of marketing for this wonderful charity that Workspace will soon be supporting with your assistance. School on Wheels supports the academic, social and emotional growth of students impacted by homelessness. We provide customized backpacks and school supplies, one-on-one mentoring and tutoring, and college assistance to Massachusetts students ages K - college.Our constituents are children and youth grades K - college who are living in family shelters or, as is the case with young adults, unaccompanied youth. Our supporters are individuals, civic and educational groups and corporations who support our mission and work.There are more than 21,000 students in MA public schools are identified as homeless. The average age of a homeless person in MA is 8 years old. 
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