How to feel happier at work

All podcast episodes below will help you boost your happiness at work.

Podcast #193: Kristi Royse – Dysfunctional teams

Podcast #193: Kristi Royse – Dysfunctional teams

Dysfunctional teams struggle with high staff turnover, poor communication, negativity, infighting, and lack of motivation. Team members may be afraid of conflict, scared to speak up or ask for help, and unmotivated to do anything but the bare minimum. So, are all...

Podcast #187: Eli Angote – How to boost your motivation

Podcast #187: Eli Angote – How to boost your motivation

We all experience ebbs and flows in our motivation levels. Some days we’re clear-headed and on-task and other days we can barely summon the energy to turn on our computers. It’s easy to feel like we have no control over these natural fluctuations, especially when...

Podcast #185: Nicole Maaguo – Why is ambition a dirty word?

Podcast #185: Nicole Maaguo – Why is ambition a dirty word?

This year, Kamala Harris will become the first female US Vice President. In other parts of the world, from Germany to Taiwan to New Zealand, women are already in the top job (and have been for some time!). But despite women smashing glass ceilings in all areas of...

Podcast #183: Joe Pusz – Getting unstuck

Podcast #183: Joe Pusz – Getting unstuck

How do you know if you’re stuck in your career? Maybe you really like your team, your boss is fair, and you’ve got a great salary and benefits. You’re good at your job. You’re comfortable. So, why would you want to give all that up to take a risk on something new? In...

Podcast Episode #180: Andy Kaufmann – Dealing with difficult people

Podcast Episode #180: Andy Kaufmann – Dealing with difficult people

What if we chose to get closer to difficult people instead of avoiding them? We’ve all had a difficult boss, stakeholders we’ve dreaded dealing with or clients we wish we’d never taken on, so we know these relationship problems rarely solve themselves. Andy Kaufman is...

Podcast Episode #176: Jay Stone – Why is change so exhausting?

What is it about change that we find so difficult? Why is it burning us out and making us depressed? Neuroscience tells us that our brain simply hasn’t evolved much over thousands of years. Even positive change can trigger the same fight/flight/freeze reaction our...

Podcast: Asya Watkins – Connecting and supporting women

For 20 years Asya Watkins has worked for some of the biggest healthcare companies in the US, sometimes as the only woman in a room full of dozens of men and more often than not as the only woman of colour. It hasn’t always been easy to gain the respect of her male...

Podcast: Elizabeth Harrin – How To Be Taken Seriously

If anyone knows about the challenges of being taken seriously as a Project Manager, it’s Elizabeth Harrin. After noticing how few women were writing and speaking about the topic, she realised that Project Management desperately needed a female perspective. Her goal of...

Podcast: Be authentic to build effective relationships

This brilliant podcast series focuses on stakeholder management in celebration of our eCourse: Four Steps for Engaging Difficult Stakeholders. Leave your comments below, and join us on social media to get involved in the conversation. In this podcast, Elise Stevens...

Podcast: Putting egos aside for a common purpose

To celebrate the launch of the Fix My Project Chaos eCourse: Four Steps for Engaging Difficult Stakeholders, we're releasing a brilliant new podcast each week which focuses on stakeholder management. Tune into the podcast series, and get involved in the conversation....

Podcast 100 – How to be more resilient

In the 100th Fix My Project Chaos podcast, Elise Stevens quizzes change management experts Kerryn Fewster and Vicki Daniel on how project managers can become more resilient. Kerryn is a founding director of Change2020, which partners with Australian businesses to...