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“Habits of Happiness” with Wendy Ulrich, PhD, Licensed Psychologist

Anxiety at Work with Adrian Gostick & Chester Elton

If you love this podcast please share it with friends, family and co-workers. We would also love to hear from you on LinkedIn and invite you to join our online community We Thrive Together where we are creating a safe place to talk about anxiety and mental health at work.Our guest today is Dr. Wendy Ulrich, a licensed psychologist who helps organizations build people skills and personal strengths to succeed. She is a prolific speaker, writer, coach, and consultant.Wendy brings a personal touch to corporate complexities. Her focus is on helping leaders create meaning at work that contributes real value to employees, customers, and investors. Employees who find a why to work for are motivated and productive co-developers of abundant organizations – workplaces in which in which individuals coordinate their aspirations and actions to create meaning for themselves, value for stakeholders, and hope for humanity at large. An abundant organization is one that has enough and to spare of the things that matter most: creativity, hope, resilience, determination, resourcefulness, and leadership.In addition to counseling and coaching of individuals, Wendy has provided training and consulting for such organizations as General Electric, the US Army, Johnson & Johnson, and the United Way. Recent publications include: The Why of Work, Weakness is not Sin: The Liberating Distinction that Awakens Our Strengths, and Forgiving Ourselves: Getting Back Up When We Let Ourselves Down.Wendy holds a PhD in education and psychology from the University of Michigan and an MBA specializing in organizational behavior from UCLA. ###We hope that the time you spend with us will help to remove the stigma of anxiety and mental health in the workplace and your personal life. With experts in the world of work and life we want to give you ideas and most importantly the tools to deal with anxiety in your world.Until next week, we hope you can find some peace and calm in a world that often is a sea of anxiety. Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton have spent more than two decades helping clients around the world engage their employees on strategy, vision and values. They provide real solutions for leaders looking to manage change, drive innovation and build high performance cultures and teams. Their work is supported by research with more than a million working adults across the globe. They are authors of multiple award-winning Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestsellers All In, The Carrot Principle, Leading with Gratitude, and Anxiety at Work. Their books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold more than 1.5 million copies. They have been called “fascinating” by Fortune and “creative and refreshing” by The New York Times. Gostick & Elton have appeared on NBC’s Today Show, CBS 60 Minutes, and are often quoted in Fast Company, Newsweek and the Wall Street Journal. Gostick & Elton are members of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches pay-it-forward project and in 2020, both were ranked in the top 10 Global Gurus in Leadership and Organizational Culture. 

43mins

5 Feb 2021

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Wendy Ulrich Ep. 391 The Cultural Hall

The Cultural Hall Podcast

Wendy Ulrich, PhD, MBA, is a licensed psychologist and a former president of the Association of Latter-day Saint Counselors and Psychotherapists. She has been a visiting professor at Brigham Young University – Provo, and she is the founder of Sixteen Stones Center for Growth, which offers seminar-retreats for LDS women. Her books include Weakness is Not Sin, Let God Love You, and the recent Live Up to Our Privileges: Women, Power, and Priesthood. She and her husband Dave Ulrich teach institute for the Provo YSA2 Stake, and were mission leaders in the Canada Montreal Mission. They have three children and ten grandchildren. Wendy Ulrich- Live Up to Our Privileges: Women, Power, and Priesthood 0:00- Early life and influential experiences; growing up in a part-member family 8:49- Fallibility, checks and balances, and finding a personal witness 14:43- College at BYU and going on a mission 19:32- Motherhood- expectation versus reality; plus an MBA 26:63- Feeling spiritually led to pursue a PhD in Psychology 29:16- Finding your personal mission and doing it without shame 36:11– Understanding “power” and growing in the principle of revelation; how women can fully exercise the holy authority in their daily service and work 55:20- Ending questions The post Wendy Ulrich Ep. 391 The Cultural Hall appeared first on The Cultural Hall Podcast.

58mins

6 Apr 2020

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Forgiving ourselves - Dr. Wendy Ulrich - Episode 49

From Crisis to Connection - with Geoff Steurer

I interview Dr. Wendy Ulrich, author and therapist, on the subject of forgiving ourselves. We discuss the importance of forgiving ourselves when we make mistakes. Specifically, we discuss:  - What it means to forgive ourselves. - The ultimate goal of self-forgiveness. - Why we struggle to forgive ourselves for making mistakes. - The path to self-forgiveness, including: 1. Clarifying our beliefs 2. Qualifying for forgiveness and grace 3. Overcoming internal obstacles to peace 4. Trusting God You can find Dr. Ulrich's books and workshops here: www.amazon.com/Wendy-Ulrich/e/B001JP34F8 www.sixteenstones.net/retreats/ Wendy Ulrich, Ph.D., M.B.A., has been a psychologist in private practice, president of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, and a visiting professor at Brigham Young University-Provo. She founded Sixteen Stones Center for Growth, which offers seminar-retreats for Latter-day Saint women and their loved ones (see sixteenstones.net). Her books include Let God Love You; Weakness Is Not Sin; Habits of Happiness; The Temple Experience; Forgiving Ourselves; and national best-seller The Why of Work, coauthored with her husband, Dave Ulrich. Have you broken your partner's trust and want a structured process to help you repair it? Get instant access to my 12-week online Trust Building Bootcamp and begin repairing your marriage. Illuminate listeners can get 30% off the price of the course by visiting www.trustbuildingacademy.com/bootcamp and entering coupon code ILLUMINATE at checkout. The Illuminate Podcast is hosted by Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT. Please donate to support the Illuminate Podcast: anchor.fm/illuminate-podcast/support Geoff has also created audio and video courses to help support individuals and couples in marriage, addiction, and betrayal trauma recovery at www.geoffsteurer.com/store

27mins

16 Jan 2020

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Why is forgiveness so difficult? - Wendy Ulrich - Episode 48

From Crisis to Connection - with Geoff Steurer

I interview Dr. Wendy Ulrich, author and therapist, on the subject of forgiveness. We discuss the challenges of forgiving others, especially when there have been serious betrayals. We discuss: - Why forgiveness is such a sensitive topic - How forgiveness is different than trust - How forgiveness benefits the injured/betrayed person - What makes it hard for betrayed people to forgive - What a betrayed person can do to begin the forgiveness process You can find Dr. Ulrich's books and workshops here: https://www.amazon.com/Wendy-Ulrich/e/B001JP34F8 https://www.sixteenstones.net/retreats/ Wendy Ulrich, Ph.D., M.B.A., has been a psychologist in private practice, president of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, and a visiting professor at Brigham Young University-Provo. She founded Sixteen Stones Center for Growth, which offers seminar-retreats for Latter-day Saint women and their loved ones (see sixteenstones.net). Her books include Let God Love You; Weakness Is Not Sin; Habits of Happiness; The Temple Experience; Forgiving Ourselves; and national best-seller The Why of Work, coauthored with her husband, Dave Ulrich. Have you broken your partner's trust and want a structured process to help you repair it? Get instant access to my 12-week online Trust Building Bootcamp and begin repairing your marriage. Illuminate listeners can get 30% off the price of the course by visiting www.trustbuildingacademy.com/bootcamp and entering coupon code ILLUMINATE at checkout. The Illuminate Podcast is hosted by Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT. Please donate to support the Illuminate Podcast: anchor.fm/illuminate-podcast/support Geoff has also created audio and video courses to help support individuals and couples in marriage, addiction, and betrayal trauma recovery at www.geoffsteurer.com/store

34mins

1 Jan 2020

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FairMormon Conference Podcast #45 – Wendy Ulrich, “Women, Men, and Priesthood Power”

Latter-day Saint FAIR-Cast

This podcast series features past FairMormon Conference presentations. This presentation is from our 2019 conference held in August. If you would like to watch the presentations from our 2019 conference, you can still purchase the video streaming. Wendy Ulrich, Women, Men, and Priesthood Power Transcript available here. Wendy Ulrich, Ph.D., M.B.A., has been a psychologist in private practice, president of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, and a visiting professor at Brigham Young University-Provo. She founded Sixteen Stones Center for Growth, which offers seminar-retreats for Latter-day Saint women and their loved ones (see sixteenstones.net). Her books include Let God Love You; Weakness Is Not Sin; Habits of Happiness; The Temple Experience; Forgiving Ourselves; and national best-seller The Why of Work, coauthored with her husband, Dave Ulrich. Wendy’s newest book is Live Up to our Privileges: Women, Power, and Priesthood, published by Deseret Book. Audio Copyright © 2019 The Foundation for Apologetic Information and Research, Inc. Any reproduction or transcription of this material without prior express written permission is prohibited. The post FairMormon Conference Podcast #45 – Wendy Ulrich, “Women, Men, and Priesthood Power” appeared first on FAIR.

1hr

16 Oct 2019

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Women in Council Meetings | An Interview with Wendy Ulrich

Leading Saints Podcast

Wendy Ulrich is a psychologist, educator, and writer. She holds a PhD in education and psychology from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles. A former guest on the podcast, Wendy is the founder of Sixteen Stones Center for Growth, has been a practicing psychologist for over 25 years, a former president of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, and a visiting professor at Brigham Young University. She and her husband Dave Ulrich presided over the Canada Montreal Mission and also co-authored the Wall Street Journal #1 business bestseller, The Why of Work: How Great Leaders Build Abundant Organizations that Win. Her most recent book is Live up to Our Privileges: Women, Power, and Priesthood. Wendy and Dave have three children and eight grandchildren.Highlights00:48 - Wendy’s background - psychologist01:21 - Her new book discusses “What does it really mean for women to have priesthood power”? How do we get it in our lives and use it effectively?03:49 - How can leaders better understand the experience of women in the Church? What can Wendy share about the female experience of feeling dismissed at church?04:47 - The work of women is often invisible and misunderstood.05:05 - Women and men have different styles of communication. Women may find being talked over (a male communication pattern) to be dismissive.06:21 - Women can feel dismissed by the structure of the Church or even the text of the scriptures07:02 - The book is structured after the organization of priesthood offices. Why?07:44 - The work of women is also captured in the work of priesthood offices.08:39 - In many cases women do more of the work of priesthood offices during the natural course of their lives than men.09:12 - Christ was not a priest. He did not hold the priesthood of his day.09:50 - Women who may not see themselves as holding priesthood may find something to learn from the Savior’s example and authority.10:39 - Women can say I am doing what I’m doing because of the authority I’ve been given in my calling, my temple endowment, my home, my assignments … I have been given authority.11:17 - We sometimes project secular perspectives on women and the priesthood and fairness. What can we understand about this topic?12:49 - We are not going to be the same or have the same opportunities.13:33 - Wendy believes Church doctrine emphasizes the reason we are here on this earth is to become empowered with the power that God has. We believe the most important thing God is trying to do is to create eternal relationships.14:45 - What women do and goes unseen may be just as important as what men do in the eternal scheme of things. Even in secular society family is essential, and women are the key “resource” for keeping society functioning17:17 - The Lord’s priority is raising the next generation of gods.17:20 - We think God is someone who gives power away. We believe he wants to empower us to be joint heirs—to give us all He has.18:59 - At times it does seem like some roles are inflated. Kurt shares his experience while all three of his brothers were serving as bishops and the difference in attention his sister received, who was serving as a Primary President at the time. As we consider this, women will have less of that experience of being dismissed.20:40 - Chapter 8: Governing with Power and Compassion. How to rise to power in organizations.22:00 - Kachner’s research shows how people get into power, but once they get into power people actually lose the skills that got them there. They become more self-serving, less empathic. They are less likely to listen to others, less able to read other’s emotional states.23:40 - Research shows teams with women are more effective because women naturally have skills that leaders need, but they lose those skills once in power just as men do.24:15 - This relates to D&C 121, when we get a little power or authority,

1hr 12mins

7 Jul 2019

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Power to the Sister Missionaries! Interview with Wendy Ulrich

Latter-day Saint MissionCast

Do women have Priesthood authority in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? Do women who serve as missionaries do so with Priesthood Power? Sometimes these questions are hard to answer to people within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, let alone to people outside of the faith. See how the answer should be a "yes!"

36mins

26 Apr 2019

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Wendy Ulrich: How God Expects Women to Use Priesthood Power

All In

Are women meant to simply be recipients of the blessings of the Priesthood or do women actively participate in the Priesthood? Wendy Ulrich, who recently authored a book on the topic of women’s access to God’s power, explains that there are many ways women are able to, and even expected to, exercise Priesthood power.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

44mins

3 Apr 2019

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Wendy Ulrich: How God Expects Women to Use Priesthood Power

All In

Are women meant to simply be recipients of the blessings of the Priesthood or do women actively participate in the Priesthood? Wendy Ulrich, who recently authored a book on the topic of women’s access to God’s power, explains that there are many ways women are able to, and even expected to, exercise Priesthood power.

44mins

3 Apr 2019

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2:10 - Forgiveness and Apologies with Wendy Ulrich

The Family Culture Movement

Wendy Ulrich, PhD, MBA, has been a practicing psychologist for over twenty years, and is the co-author with Dave Ulrich of the Wall Street Journal best seller, The Why of Work: How Great Leaders Build Abundant Organizations that Win (2010, McGraw Hill), as well as other books on personal change including Forgiving Ourselves: Getting Back Up When We Let Ourselves Down and Weakness is Not Sin: The Liberating Distinction that Awakens our Strengths. She is the founder of Sixteen Stones Center for Growth, providing seminar-retreats on personal growth and creating an abundant life, and she is a learning partner with the RBL Group. She has taught psychology at Brigham Young University, and is a fellow and former president of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists. I like to say that I am a recovering perfectionist.  Forgiving ourselves it about allowing yourself some grace to do what Wendy says, quoting Beverly Flanigan: giving up the hope of ever having a better past.  Just move on from where you are, and do enough to make progress with what tools and skills you have. Wendy says that "mental health is the ability to respond to what really is from our deepest values."  That's what I'm learning.  When I think about forgiveness, the words that come to my mind are meekness and humility, faith, vulnerability, and trust.  In order to apologize legitimately, we need to be humble, open and vulnerable.  That vulnerability is not weakness, but it opens us up to be trusted, and to be forgiven. Wendy tells a cool story about a couple working to overcome the husband's addiction, and another about her willingness to help her young son stop hitting. She shares some tips on how to apologize and how to strengthen the family with forgiveness. I liked what Wendy says about weakness not being a sin.  I think it can be compared to what Brené Brown says in her books about shame - that shame is not the same as guilt.  Guilt means 'I did something bad' while shame is ' I AM bad.' When you think your weakness is a sin, you feel ashamed and you may not feel like you can change so easily, if at all.  But feeling guilty means you can overcome the weakness with time and effort.  Guilt is an invitation to change something that you feel bad about, and that's OK.  Shame, on the other hand, may suppress the feelings that compel change because you assume change is not possible.  Weakness is just a natural part of being human.  When weaknesses are pointed out, it doesn't have to be shameful.  It's just an invitation for growth. For more information on Wendy visit Sixteen Stones Center for Growth Join the Family Success Toolkit Free Membership http://homeandfamilyculture.com

33mins

28 Nov 2017

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