Sales and influence expert, Anna Scheller joins Dr. Karen in a conversation about the role of sales skills in executive leadership. Anna is the host of two podcasts, Black Belt Selling and Sales Mastery and author of the best-selling book, Black Belt Selling: Closing with Confidence. Today she shares leadership insights from her entrepreneurial business ventures, her years as an Air Force officer, and her journey as a Taekwondo Black belt master.
Some businesses have experienced growth and continue to flourish during the pandemic while others have seen a time of great difficulty and even a contraction in their business. What work is necessary and what will you do differently this Autumn to prepare for next Spring? Listen to this podcast and to Dr. Karen as she shares seasoned counsel on next steps.
There are great business and leadership lessons to learn from Jazz world music icons. To follow in the steps of the music greats, Dr. Karen says, keep current, agile, and fresh as you add value and mentor others. In this podcast she shares specific examples and strategies from contemporary musicians.
Remote workers often feel isolated and uninformed. Employers must be more intentional in how they communicate and work with a remote work force. Leaders set clear and specific expectations and review employee work against those expectations. In this podcast, Dr. Karen identifies three other communication best practices and gives several practical examples.
In these times of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are sensitive ways to safely reopen your business. In this podcast, Dr. Karen shares several must-hear essential considerations. One size does not fit all so establish ongoing two-way communication with the workforce, create your safety plans, and identify what else is best for the company. If you are thinking of reopening or have just reopened your business, this podcast provides practical and specific ideas.
The noisy American magpie is an intelligent bird that serves an important role in a healthy eco-system. In this podcast Dr. Karen reveals some fascinating facts about this interesting bird. She identifies leadership lessons about how to appreciate those who appear to be a nuisance yet when we look more closely, they provide an important service.
As Originally Posted On: https://www.societyofconsultingpsychology.org/index.php?option=com_dailyplanetblog&view=entry&year=2020&month=09&day=06&id=35:shoulder-to-shoulder-a-deeper-understanding-of-diversity-equity-and-inclusion-with-dr-karen-y-wilson-starks When it comes to race, allyship and activism, many of us ask ourselves and our consulting psychologist colleagues, “what should we do?” Our hearts and intentions are squarely in the right place when we ask this question. Yet, there is so much more to social change than simply acting. …
Wherever you have diverse people, there will be diverse points of view and possibly disagreements on how to move forward. How can you engage difficult conversations while preserving the relationship and promoting dialogue at work? Listen to this podcast as Dr. Karen suggests and demonstrates some practical and creative ways of handling these tough conversations.
“What kind of culture says it’s ok to shoot a father seven times at close range right next to his car and with his three little children in the car?” At the time of this recording there are disturbing events taking place in the streets of America. An unarmed Black man is shot while a white man with an automatic assault weapon kills two people and goes home. In this podcast, Dr. Karen shares her insights on what is happening. She talks about the role of organizational culture both for nations and businesses. What must leaders do when inappropriate behaviors persist?