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We’ve rounded up every podcast for easy access and your listening pleasure.
What We've Learned As Married Business Partners with Tony & Kristina Ebel
In this Bonus Next Step, Tony & Kristina Ebel share the biggest lesson they’ve learned about relationships from running a business together.
The Power of Recognition with Mike Byam
For leaders dealing with hiring and retention issues, employee recognition is probably not their top priority.
But Mike Byam believes it should be.
In this episode, he explains why recognition is vital for a healthy work culture and breaks down the specific types of recognition and communication that today’s employees are looking to receive from their employers.
Leaders should walk away from this episode with a clear understanding of why recognition matters, as well as actionable steps they can take to build recognition into the routines of their business.
Giving Recognition That Resonates with Mike Byam
In this Bonus Next Step, Mike Byam explains how leaders can give recognition that resonates with employees and makes them feel appreciated without creating a sense of entitlement.
How to Stop Self-Doubt & Become a Confident Leaders
Even the most capable working professionals struggle with self-doubt, costing themselves time, money, opportunities, and their reputations.
This is one of our favorite episodes from the last two years of the One Next Step podcast.
In this episode, BELAY CFO Lisa Zeeveld interviews Tricia Sciortino, BELAY CEO, focusing on her approach to helping leaders harness their grit and trust their gut so they can defeat self-doubt, gain confidence, and make progress on their priorities.
How to Turn The Great Resignation Into The Great Retention with John Duisberg
Sixty-seven percent of employees say burnout has worsened during the pandemic, so it’s more important than ever for leaders to prioritize the employee experience.
In this episode, John Duisberg, co-founder of Cooleaf and host of “The Great Retention” Podcast, breaks down some of the common problems he’s seen when it comes to employee experience and shares practical steps leaders can take to better engage their team members and improve retention in the process.
Leaders who listen to this episode should feel convinced that experience and engagement are something they need to focus on and should walk away with at least one practical action step that applies to their business.