Three podcasts and a WSJ

In the spirit of keeping the information coming at you in a lot of different ways, I’ve got a few things lined up for you:

First, I was recently a guest on Andrew Barrett’s podcast, Safety on Tap. We talked about what you can do to make something abstract, like employee engagement, more tangible for leaders and employees. Check it out here.

Second, I also appeared as a guest on Joanie Connell’s podcast, REAL Life Lessons. Joanie focused her questions mostly on targets of workplace bullying and how to overcome bullying from that standpoint. Check it out here.

Third, tomorrow (Wednesday) I’ll be delivering a webinar (okay, not a podcast as my subject line suggested) with Dr. Jerry Carbo, a professor at Shippensburg University and lawyer, on the topic of building a legally enforceable civil work environment.

With all the tweets being sent out by our President, BLR was interested in understanding how employers can mitigate that behavior without crossing into freedom of speech issues. There’s a fee to attend, but if you’re worried about how civility steps on civil rights, I recommend registering.

Fourth, I’ve already had several people show interest in my online master class.

I’m going to teach you everything I know about solving bad behaviors at work. Then you can repeat the process in your own organization.

The course is online and begins June 29 (in my last email it said July 29… that was a mistake).

We will hold one interactive webinar every other week, and you will have the chance to implement what you learned between webinars. So much better than a two-day course crammed full of information.

Fill out an application if you’re interested, and I will follow up with a phone call to share more details.

No travel. And if you miss a class you can listen to the recording.

Claim your spot ASAP – I’m only taking 7 people.

Sincerely,
Catherine