In The Media
Episode 52: Darrell West, Author of 'The Future of Work: Robots, AI and Automation'
June 25, 2018
Episode 51: Jacqueline Carter, Co-Author 'The Mind of the Leader: How to Lead Yourself, Your People, and Your Organization for Extraordinary Resul...
June 18, 2018
Episode 50: Marion McGovern, Author of 'Thriving in the Gig Economy'
June 11, 2018
Episode 49: Annie McKee, Author of 'How to Be Happy at Work: The Power of Purpose, Hope and Friendship'
June 4, 2018
Episode 48: Graeme Johnson, Global Head of Employer Brand and Talent Acquisition Strategy, British Telecommunications
May 28, 2018
Episode 47: Beth Porter, CEO Riff Learning
May 21, 2018
Episode 46: Ulrik Juul Christensen, Executive Chairman, Area 9
May 14, 2018
Episode 45: Tracey Parsons, VP Recruitment Marketing Center of Excellence, SmashFly Technologies
May 7, 2018
Episode 44: Robin R. Hayes, Microbiologist, Professor and author of My Cells Made Me Do It
April 23, 2018
Episode 43: Mukul Bakhshi, Director of The Alliance for International Ethical Recruitment Practices
April 16, 2018
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September 11, 2017
Dr. Nicole Gravagna joins me for this episode to discuss the differences between working in a scientific field vs. a “regular” office, hacking emotional pain, and the future of HR as she sees it.
How Neuro EQ got started
The Scientist’s code of conduct
Dealing with run-of-the-mill pain
Hacking the emotional pain threshold
The future of HR
Three tips for recruiters
“It’s really hard to be successful at that cost of upsetting everyone around you and upsetting yourself.” -Dr. Gravagna
“There’s no way that you’re going to sit there and make a good decision if you’re in emotional pain.” -Dr. Gravagna
“Humans will be honored and valued for their humanness.” -Dr. Gravagna
Dr. Gravagna’s Twitter
Dr. Gravagna’s Quora Page
Emotionally Intelligent Recruiter
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