Category: Corporate Life
Say No: How, Why, and When to Respectfully Decline
Say No walks listeners through how, why, and when to respectfully decline opportunities both personally and professionally. Topics include setting priorities, aligning those priorities with others, and the value of being honest with yourself about your time management.
Hybrid Work Schedule: The Win-Win Guide for Employees and Managers
Hybrid Work Schedule focuses on what it looks like to return to the corporate office. The BMP host, Brent Richardson, shares the pros and cons of remote work and how companies can use a hybrid model as a win-win middle-ground for employees and managers.
Elevator Pitch: Why, How, and When to Develop a Corporate Elevator Pitch
Elevator Pitch walks listeners through why, how, and when to develop a corporate elevator pitch. The episode includes pointers to keep in mind and pitfalls to be aware of.
Email Etiquette: Tips To Help Your Email Stand Out To Executives
Email Etiquette brings tips and tricks from Jamie Richardson's journalism background into the corporate office. She works with Brent to explain how to make emails to executives stand out in their overflowing inboxes.
How To Connect With Anyone
How to Connect With Anyone shares keys to relating to people in 5 minutes or less. From icebreakers to reading people's avatars, these skills can help you find authentic connections quickly whether virtually or in person.
Corporate Toolbox: 5 Essential Tools to Succeed in Business
In Corporate Toolbox, Brent Richardson shares the five skills needed for corporate success: communication, time management, self-awareness, people skills, and a willingness to learn. Each tool is linked to previous episodes.
New Job Success: The 3 Key Areas That Define Your Success in the First Year of a New Job
New Job Success focuses on the three key areas that will make or break you in your first year in a new position: learning, networking, and executing.
In Conflict Resolution, podcast host Brent Richardson walks professionals through the three stages of resolving a dispute: gathering information, refocusing on the problem statement, and peaceful follow-up.
How College Failed Me
How College Failed Me focuses on the pros and cons of university education. The discussion includes: what universities fail to teach, how to supplement your education, and what you miss out on if you skip the college experience.
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