In this episode we talk to Heidi Harris – People Leader, Learning & Leadership Development Professional, Executive Coach at Validity in Las Vegas, Nevada Brianna Connelly – Director of Data Engineering at Integrate in Wheat Ridge, CO and Brenda Imes – Organizational Development Specialist at Canpotex Limited in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Each conversation revolves around their take on personal and professional development and how their Connection Lab experience is informing their practice: Heidi Harris shares her experience both as a facilitator and a participant of this work- at the same time, discusses the benefits of relationship over content and its vulnerability as well as her practice and competency of letting go. Then, we hear from Brianna Connelly and learn about her Leadership Journey confronting self-judgement, discovering her new feedback practice, the healing experience of her off-Broadway debut and finding another way to look at Hello’s and Goodbye’s. We wind up the conversation with Brenda Imes who loves the practice and shares its impact on her work developing the culture and workforce at Canpotex that strives for programs that create safety and where all their employees can become their best selves. Each shares her ah-ha moment as they discuss their struggles and successes engaging with their audience.
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Conversations will revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on the Connection Lab 6-Box Model.
Lab Notes – the Connection Lab Podcast – is an ongoing conversation with over 1000 graduates of the various Connection Lab programs about their practice in communication, presentation and leadership. This opening episode features interview with three executive from around the world who are each deep in the Connection Lab methodology and eager to discuss those practices and the nature of their own personal and professional development.
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