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Sustainably Human at Work

Becoming sustainably human at work isn't a small undertaking. It often means letting go of systems and behaviors that don't serve us individually or collectively.So what do we do? As individuals, as groups of folks, as leaders? How do we carve out space for our humanity while making sure we're not the only ones? How do we thrive in the workplace while not imagining we must be superhuman? How do we cultivate spaces that are generative and healing, creative and extraordinary?I don't have the answers to those questions. And, to be fair, I don't believe one human can EVER have all the answers to those questions. I'm working through those questions every day.This podcast curates for you a set of folks with an opinion worth listening to and sharing. So join me as I ask people I admire to share their wisdom with you in accessible doses.Join me on my quest to become sustainably human at work.

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Lessons from Bespoke Parenting with Nic Strack

Whole Human Parenting Coach Nic Strack shares their wisdom with us about honoring the sovereignty of others whether you're a parent or not.Nic is a Whole Human Parenting Coach, supporting parents to honor and embrace the fullness of their own & their child’s humanity. Their work is based on radical responsibility and exploring one's life through the perspective of the 6 C's of Bespoke Parenting framework they created. The foundation of their work is based on this truth: the relationship you have with your Self defines the relationship you have with your child.Nic's currently in the process of building out a community, Nic's Nook, where intentional parents & pre-parents can connect with each other and with Nic. The space will include longer form posts from Nic, conversation starters / prompts for reflection, opportunities for community members to create their own posts, and more.For folks who want to join the beta test to co-create the community, you can click here to apply. Applications are due by 9pm PT on February 19th, 2021.CONNECT WITH NIC: Instagram Their website To see transcripts and full show notes visit 4needs.work/podcast/episode-18

16mins

17 Feb 2021

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On Liberatory Praxis with Jade T. Perry

Writer, speaker, educator, artist, and mystic Jade T. Perry shares her thoughts on building a liberatory praxis, particularly in professional spaces.The mission of her work, as a whole, is to contribute resources, art, narratives, and experiential learning opportunities that aid in the holistic healing processes of Blackfolk, Queer & Trans Black & Indigenous People of Color (QTBIPOC), and disabled and / or chronically ill folks within these communities.   Jade T. Perry seeks to creatively challenge secular and sacred spaces toward greater levels of equity,  justice, and spiritual activism. Through individual & organizational consulting, she supports spaces that are moving onward from “diversity & inclusion” & into building creative & liberatory praxis at each level.Connect with Jade T. Perry:Website: jadetperry.comInstagram: instagram.com/jadetperryFacebook: facebook.com/JadeTPerry1Twitter: twitter.com/Jade_T_PPatreon: patreon.com/jadetperryFor full show notes with transcripts visit 4needs.work/podcast/episode-17

19mins

3 Feb 2021

Rank #2

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On Imposter Syndrome with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin

Psychologist, author, and consultant Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin shares her insight about how and why imposter syndrome shows up and most importantly, what to do about it.Dr. Orbé-Austin is a licensed psychologist and executive coach with a focus on career advancement and leadership development. She is a co-founder and partner of Dynamic Transitions Psychological Consulting, a career and executive coaching consultancy where she works mostly with high-potential managers and executives. She earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University. She recently gave a TEDx Talk entitled The Imposter Syndrome Paradox, and her book, Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt, and Succeed In Life, co-authored with her partner Richard Orbé-Austin, was released in April 2020. For full show notes visit: 4needs.work/podcast/episode-16

12mins

20 Jan 2021

Rank #3

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Notes on a Name Change

If you've been with me for longer than a minute, or you're just coming to this podcast, you'll notice that it has a couple of different shapes to it. And it's actually even had a couple of different names. What is interesting is that the content remains. And when I go back and look at my original episodes, the content is still about being sustainably human at work long before I knew that was the wording we were after. You'll see some of the episodes have a little bit different questions. There was a time this podcast is called Lead the Podcast.  There's a time it was called What's Leadership. And today it is called Sustainably Human at Work. I tell you all of this, just so you don't think you're in the wrong place, but roll with me as we continue to evolve. This is Sustainably Human at Work. I'm Liz Wiltsie and join me.

20 Jan 2021

Rank #4

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Welcome to Sustainably Human at Work

Welcome to the quest to become Sustainably Human at Work. I'm Liz Wiltsie and I will be your curator. Becoming sustainably human is tricky in today's workplace. There's so much pressure to be superhuman. And I'm not here for it. And my guess is if you've managed to make your way here, you're maybe not here for it either. So, what I've done is curated a set of folks that I admire to talk about some piece of their work that can help people become more sustainably human in the workplace. People ask me all the time, what do you mean sustainably human? Like, of course, we're human and I'm going to keep being human until I die. And really at the end of the day, sustainably human is about leaving work with energy. It's about having relationships in the workplace that don't make our lives worse. It's about being able to have meaningful conversations, even when they're difficult. It's about being able to grow as people. It's about not sacrificing half of our waking hours, because someone's decided we need to be perfect in the workplace. It's about leaving perfection behind and finding a way to live our lives. So I invite you to join me on this quest. Because I've got some fantastic folks who are able to weigh in and share some of their work with you. So here we go.All show notes live at 4needs.work/podcast.

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20 Jan 2021

Rank #5

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On Needs & Being Soft with Mara Glatzel

Writer, coach, and podcast host Mara Glatzel shares her insight about the importance of softness and working with, rather than against, our needs.Mara Glatzel, MSW is an intuitive coach, writer, and podcast host who helps perfectionists and people pleasers reclaim their sovereignty. Her superpower is saying what you need to hear when you need to hear it and she is here to help you believe in yourself as much as she believes in you. Connect with Mara:CycleWebsiteInstagramFull show notes are available at: 4needs.work/podcast/episode-15

20mins

9 Dec 2020

Rank #6

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On Energy & Awareness with Rebecca Davison

Rebecca Davison is a spiritual coach and founder/ director of the Intuitive Life Academy.Connect with Rebecca:InstagramFree GroupFacebookWebsiteTo see full show notes with transcripts visit 4needs.work/podcast/episode-14

23mins

3 Dec 2020

Rank #7

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On Relational Fuckery at Work with James-Olivia Chu Hillman

Right Relationship specialist James-Olivia Chu Hillman discusses the ways workplaces are set up to keep us from connecting as humans, and what we can do about it.James-Olivia Chu Hillman is a relational, life, and leadership coach, a mediator, facilitator, and enthusiastic advocate of necessary, uncomfortable, and life-changing conversations. They work with people who want more joyful connection and less suffering in their relationships with themselves, the people they love and lead, and the world.James-Olivia has a passion for asking questions that make us squirm a bit and point us back to who the fuck we are and what we care about most.Connect with James-Olivia:InstagramWebsitePatreonTension Holds Possibility (Holiday 2020)For full show notes and transcripts visit: 4needs.work/podcast/episode-13

13mins

25 Nov 2020

Rank #8

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On Connection & Routes of Safety with Jake Ernst

Episode 12: On Connection & Routes of Safety with Jake ErnstActionable leadership insight about Routes of Safety, big relational experiences, and healing in community.Jake Ernst is a therapist, writer, and speaker based in Toronto, Canada. In his work, Jake is interested in unexplored feelings, unprocessed trauma, and unmet attachment needs in childhood and adolescence as catalysts for mental unhealth and unwellness in adulthood.Jake works with teens, young adults, and parents. Through speaking, workshops, and writing, Jake explores the bold and vulnerable stories which are rarely told or brought to the forefront. He dives deep into the uncomfortable and seeks to expand and reimagine our understanding of how relationships, pain, trauma, and mental health impact our lives.Connect with Jake:InstagramWebsitePodcastFacebookTwitterFor full show notes and transcripts visit: 4needs.work/podcast/episode-12

18mins

16 Sep 2020

Rank #9

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On Prop 17 & Impacted Leadership with Taina Vargas-Edmond

Actionable leadership insight about California Prop 17, democracy, and impacted leadership.Taina Vargas-Edmond is a prison abolitionist and organizer. She is the Co-Founder & Executive Director of Initiate Justice, an organization that works to end mass incarceration by activating the political power of the people directly impacted by it. She is also a woman with a formerly incarcerated loved one and a member of the Essie Justice Group sisterhood.Support Prop 17 // Work with Initiate JusticeFor full show notes visit 4needs.work/podcast/episode-11

14mins

2 Sep 2020

Rank #10