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Episode 026: Ben Woelk–Follow the Yellow Brick Road

Episode 026 Show Notes: Ben Woelk Introduction Ben Woelk shares his article, "Follow the Yellow Brick Road: A Leadership Journey to the Emerald City." Ben discusses the leadership lessons from the journey for the Scarecrow, a Rational leader, the Tin Woodman, an Idealist leader, and the Lion, an Artisan leader. Key concepts The Wizard of Oz provides leadership lessons. Rational leaders ...
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Episode 025: Gabby Pascuzzi–Survivor, Vulnerability, and Authenticity

Episode 025 Show Notes: Gabby Pascuzzi Introduction Gabby Pascuzzi and Ben Woelk talk about Survivor, being vulnerable with your emotions, leaning in to who you are, and the need for authenticity in the workplace. Twitter Key concepts Scary challenges show you what you're capable of. We are prone to underestimating ourselves. You have to embrace the struggle in some ways ...
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Episode 024: Gabby Pascuzzi–Vulnerability and Leaning In

Episode 024 Show Notes: Gabby Pascuzzi Introduction Gabby Pascuzzi and Ben Woelk talk about the importance of vulnerability and openness in the workplace, empathy, and leaning into weakness. Twitter Key concepts Remote work can be challenging because so much of communication is non verbal. Vulnerability and openness can be a strength When you lean into a perceived weakness you may ...
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Ben Woelk Speaking Schedule–Fall 2019

Fall 2019 Speaking Schedule Here's my virtual and in-person schedule for Fall 2019. I hope to see many of you. Check back for updates. Don't forget to listen to the Hope for the Introvert podcast! Schedule Date Event Topic Format More information 2 October Rochester Security Summit We're All Winners: Gamification and Security Awareness Presentation  Rochester, NY 4 October 2019 ...
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Episode 023: Tara Hughes–Impostor Syndrome

Episode 023 Show Notes: Tara Hughes Introduction Tara Hughes and Ben Woelk talk about impostor syndrome. and her presentation at the 2019 EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference. LinkedIn Email Twitter Key concepts A presentation can be a self improvement project Being vulnerable as a presenter can help the audience connect with you Even experts can struggle with impostor syndrome When there's ...
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