Posts Categorized: Podcasts

3 Ingredients All Successful Teams Share – Episode 115

  A company is only as strong as the team behind it. So how can you create the best team that will propel you to success? In this episode, Patrick Veroneau shares the three necessary ingredients that successful and effective teams share: support, challenge, and celebrate. He goes in-depth into all of these and reveals… Read more »

How Gratitude Improves Workplace Behaviors – Episode 112

  There is a reason why the adage “one bad apple spoils the bunch” has lived so well. In the workplace, even one person with poor behavior can disrupt an entire team, which then stretches out to the organization. If this situation sounds familiar to you, then maybe it’s time to create interventions before it… Read more »

How To Live Diversity, Equity And Inclusion With C.A.B.L.E.S. – Episode 111

  Join Patrick Veroneau in this episode as he tackles some of the most controversial issues in organizations directed towards diversity, equity, and inclusion. He explains and defines each one individually and talks about how they intertwine and overlap with each other. Addressing each one, Patrick talks about the C.A.B.L.E.S. model, a model he personally… Read more »

The Impact Of EI With Dr. Ben Palmer – Episode 109

  In our world today, emotional intelligence has become more and more important in how we perceive, understand, and manage our emotions. Joining Patrick Veroneau on today’s show is Dr. Ben Palmer, the Chief Executive Officer of Genos International, a business that specializes in the assessment and development of emotional intelligence, employee engagement, and motivation. Dr. Palmer… Read more »

How Our Bias And Behaviors Are Creating A World We Don’t Want – Episode 108

    Unconscious biases lead to problems if left unchecked. In this episode, Patrick Veroneau focuses on understanding people’s biases and behaviors and leverages this knowledge to create a better world. When you understand these biases, you become a better communicator. Patrick digs deeper into the division that is created by people’s behaviors, the Pygmalion… Read more »