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Episode #52: Top 10 Questions Participants Ask in MTI Trainings (Part 2)

Episode #52: Top 10 Questions Participants Ask in MTI Trainings (Part 2)

June 29, 2022

MTI has been around for over 30 years. During that time, MTI trainers and consultants have trained hundreds of thousands of participants across the country. So we asked ourselves, what are the most common questions we get from learners in our workshops? Listen to Rae, Bryana, and Dewey reminisce about their poignant and sometimes humorous experiences with the questions that get posed to us.  

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Episode #51: Top 10 Questions Participants Ask in MTI Trainings (Part 1)

Episode #51: Top 10 Questions Participants Ask in MTI Trainings (Part 1)

June 22, 2022

MTI has been around for over 30 years. During that time, MTI trainers and consultants have trained hundreds of thousands of participants across the country. So we asked ourselves, what are the most common questions we get from learners in our workshops? Listen to Rae, Bryana, and Dewey reminisce about their poignant and sometimes humorous experiences with the questions that get posed to us.  

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Episode #50: Now Hiring

Episode #50: Now Hiring

June 15, 2022

With plenty of options in the current job market, candidates are driving the process…and they have high expectations. It’s more important than ever that your candidate experience is top-notch. Listen as Dewey, Rae, and Bryana discuss key elements to a great candidate experience.

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Episode #49: GROW Your Employees

Episode #49: GROW Your Employees

June 1, 2022

Coaching employees is about growing and developing them, helping them to find a pathway forward to achieve their goals.  As their coach, you have a responsibility to assist, guide, and support their efforts along this pathway.  This session of the Weekly Workplace will introduce you to the GROW model of coaching.  Applying the model helps you become intentional with your coaching efforts by structuring the content of your coaching conversation through the art of facilitation.  Listen in as Rae, Bryana, and Dewey discuss the use of this coaching tool and what it can do for you.

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Resources:

Whitmore, John. (1992). Coaching for Performance: GROWing human potential and purpose: The principles and practice of coaching and leadership. Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2009. 

Episode #48: The Guiding Compass

Episode #48: The Guiding Compass

May 25, 2022

What's the guiding compass for your life?  Whether acknowledged or not, it's your values.  When you make decisions or enact behaviors that honor your values, you're more inclined to feel satisfied and content, and when you don't, well...things just feel wrong. In this episode, Rae and Bryana discuss identifying values and give tips on where to start. 

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Episode #47: Leadership Through the Eyes Of…

Episode #47: Leadership Through the Eyes Of…

May 18, 2022

In this new, monthly feature, we're sitting down with a variety of leaders to discuss leadership through their lens. In this episode, Bryana speaks with Julaine Kiehn, retired Director of Campus Dining Services for the University of Missouri. Julaine dedicated over 30 years of leadership to the Tiger family and had a knack for developing effective teams. Listen in as she provides insight on what worked for her and the most important factors to consider when bringing people together...and along side you as a leader. 

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References: 

Dr. Bruce Tuckman's Stages of Group Development

Wikipedia. (n.d.) Tuckman's stages of group development. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuckman%27s_stages_of_group_development

Feeding the Future

Giving to Mizzou. (n.d.) Feeding the Future. Mizzou Legacy Stories: Julaine Kiehn. https://giftplanning.missouri.edu/mizzou-legacy-stories/julaine-kiehn

Resources:

Tucci, Stanley. (2021). Taste: My Life Through Food. Galley Books: An Imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.

Episode #46: First Quarter Plummet

Episode #46: First Quarter Plummet

May 11, 2022

It's been a little over two years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many things have changed in organizations across the nation - including employees' perception of their employer's consideration of their wellbeing. Join Rae and Bryana as they take a look at a first quarter report from Gallup and discuss things to keep in mind moving forward with a war for talent. 

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References: 

Harter, Jim. (2022 March 18). Percent Who Feel Employer Cares About Their Wellbeing Plummets. Gallup. https://www.gallup.com/workplace/390776/percent-feel-employer-cares-wellbeing-plummets.aspx

 

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Episode #45: Avoiding Assumptions

Episode #45: Avoiding Assumptions

April 27, 2022

Our conscious minds are overwhelmed with millions of pieces of information every second, but we can only process about 40 of those.  So, what happens to the rest?  Our unconscious mind takes over and processes those for us, in what PwC calls ‘cognitive shortcuts.’ Our brains are wired to make those decisions for us using past experiences to make assumptions. Assumptions are part of being human but it is also what puts us on autopilot and prevents us from really looking at each situation and evaluating it uniquely. Listen in as Bryana, Rae, and Dewey talk about assumptions, their humanness, and how to avoid them.

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References: 

PwC. (2017 June 23). Blind spots: Challenge assumptions. YouTube. https://youtu.be/BFcjfqmVah8

Episode #44: Minimal Investments With Huge Dividends

Episode #44: Minimal Investments With Huge Dividends

April 6, 2022

Remaining proactive is more than just anticipating the future so you are better prepared to deal with it. It is about recognizing that regardless of the situation and whether or not you have control over it, you always have a choices in how you respond to it. In this episode, the MTI team discusses differences between proactivity and reactivity in the workplace and how one reaps greater outcomes than the other in the end.

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Episode #43: No Pain, No Gain

Episode #43: No Pain, No Gain

March 30, 2022

All of us have likely experienced it at one point in our lives – whether you didn’t make the team or get the job you applied for – rejection hurts. It breaks hearts, brings tears, and raises fears. That fear can stay with you at each new opportunity, ultimately costing you a life full of success and happiness. In this episode, the MTI team discusses fear of rejection and methods to overcome it. 

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