All posts by: cpaadmin

  Biases can run deep in people’s lives. What should we do to recognize and free ourselves of these biases? In this episode, Janine Hamner Holman discusses the mechanics of bias with the CEO of the Percipio Company, Matthew Cahill....
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  DE&I, which stands for Diversity, Equality, and Inclusivity, are verbs, not adjectives. Therefore, delving into DE&I must be action-oriented. Janine Hamner Holman’s guest in this episode is Coby Williams, the Principal Consultant at New Reach Community Consulting. Coby talks...
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  Companies often do not recognize the right person to sell to, which makes actually selling their product or service more difficult. Having alignment between your sales and marketing team means boosted revenue, profitability, and teamwork. To learn how to...
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  Leadership is a quality that can often spell the difference between success and failure. The ideal leader practices conscious leadership, allowing them to bridge the gap between themselves and their employees. In this episode, Janine Hamner Holman talks to...
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  People don’t unleash their potential to be creative because, from childhood to being an employee in the workforce, there are external factors that contribute to losing their confidence…but our ideas matter! Listen to Genein Letford as she dives deep...
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  Yonason Goldson, Rabbi and the Director of Ethical Imperatives, believes we all have a new opportunity to look at that it means to be an ethical person. It is not about seeing the world in black and white but...
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  Janine Hamner Holman and Pushpendra Mehta talk about the power of self-observation in allowing us to better observe and serve others. Pushpendra is a writer, storyteller, a marketer, and a mentor who is focused on helping people unmask themselves...
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  Language is formative. Words are important, especially in today’s world. Words like diversity, equity, and inclusion have become essential words, and it can have us think about the words that we use for things and how some ideas have...
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  It is one thing for leaders to tell team members what they need to accomplish and how to proceed with them, and it is another thing entirely to inform them of the reasons they should accomplish those things. Janine...
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  Research studies have revealed that humor is linked with social relationships and can effectively reduce stress and enhance empathy – two of the key metrics for emotional intelligence and psychological safety. Janine Hamner Holman sits with the passionate and...
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