How Do I Even Talk About This? My Guest: Erin O'Malley, Leadership Coach

Do you dread get togethers, holidays or social events because of a particular person or people? Perhaps you put off conversations at work because it's easier than confronting a coworker? Or maybe you talk about difficult issues, instead of addressing them head on? How can we navigate the personal, professional, and social conversations that we struggle with...? And that is what we are going to tackle today.

From BMW to Delta Airlines, The Kennedy Center to AvisBudgetGroup – the more organizations, leaders, and frontline teams insist their problems are unique, the more evidence my guest Erin O'Malley discovers that the traits that connect us are universal. Erin focuses on giving people the tools and inspiration they need to imagine what’s possible and discover their impact.

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Suzie Becker

Hi, I’m Suze. Here with your weekly dose of culture, values and identity- and where we tackle those topics others may consider off-limits. A little about me, I’m a busy Gen X mom who, quite frankly, wanted to grow up like the Brady Bunch… but ended up being raised in the shadow of Schindler’s List. So this means I’ve spent a lifetime navigating these mixed messages we get hit with daily. You know those conversations- where we wonder if it’s safe to speak our minds? Can we share our experiences? Voice our fears and concerns, or should we just keep our mouths shut? Well, too bad. I need to know! But I’m no expert. So, I’m going to schmooze the experts and get their thoughts. Why? So, when we engage with our kids, colleagues, or the countless committees we interact with, we can do it with competence, kindness, confidence, and maybe a bit of humor. If this sounds like your cup of coffee- welcome to Schmooze with Suze.

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