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Episode 35

The 6th of an 8-part series exploring how to be a People Catalyst.  In the series we focus on “ME”, your individual core nature; “WE”, two people with different strengths interacting; “US”, a team working together; and “ALL”, how to work as an entire organization. This episode focuses on “US”.  How we function as a balanced team, and what can go wrong when you are missing key strengths. Listen in as Karla Nelson interviews Allen Fahden on how a team can best work together.

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Episode 34

Episode 34: Me-We-Us-All, Part 5 of 8: Red Light. Green Light. The 5th of an 8-part series exploring how to be a People Catalyst. In the series we focus on “ME”, your individual core nature; “WE”, two people with different strengths interacting; “US”, a team working together; and “ALL”, how to work as an entire organization. This episode focuses on “WE”. How each of our core natures create either a red light (STOP!), green light (GO!) or yellow light (Caution!). Listen in as Karla Nelson interviews Allen Fahden in how to ensure you have the proper fit and sequence with your team.

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Episode 33

Episode 33: Me-We-Us-All, Part 4 of 8: The Maker The 4th of an 8-part series exploring how to be a People Catalyst.  In the series we focus on “ME”, your individual core nature; “WE”, two people with different strengths interacting; “US”, a team working together; and “ALL”, how to work as an entire organization. This episode focuses on The Maker:  What are a your strengths?  What is your peak work? What motivates you?  What work do you need to stay away from? The Maker is the late adopter who is a doer.  Makers eat checklists for breakfast.  The Makers are the play button on your remote control.  

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Episode 32

The third of an 8-part series exploring how to be a People Catalyst.  In the series we focus on “ME”, your individual core nature; “WE” being two people with different strengths interacting; “US”, a team working together; and “ALL”, how to work as an entire organization. This episode focuses on The Prover:  What are a your strengths? What is your peak work? What motivates you?  What work do you need to stay away from? The Prover is the late adopter who is a thinker.  Prover’s love to identify potential problems with an idea.  The Prover is the rewind button on your remote control. Listen in as Karla Nelson interviews Allen Fahden as a Prover.

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20180322 Episode 31

Episode 31: Me-We-Us-All, Part 2 of 8: The Shaker

This is the second of an 8-part series exploring how to be a People Catalysts.  In the series we focus on “ME”, or on your individual core nature; “WE” being two people with different strengths interacting; “US” which is a team working together; and “ALL” which is how to work as an entire organization. This episode focuses on being a Shaker: what your strengths are, what is your peak work, what motivates you, and what you need to stay away from. The Shaker is the early adopter who likes to think big thoughts and create new ideas out of thin air.  The Shaker is the power button on your remote control. They energize the entire innovation process. If you don’t have a Shaker on your team, you are doomed to live the definition of crazy, that is to keep doing the same thing and expecting different results. This episode is hosted by Karla Nelson, definitely a Mover, and she interviews Allen Fahden, definitely a Shaker!

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20180315 Episode 30

Episode 30: Me-We-Us-All Part 1 of 8: The Mover

This is the first of an 8-part series exploring how to be a People Catalysts.  In the series we focus on “ME”, or on your individual core nature; “WE” being two people with different strengths interacting; “US” which is a team working together; and “ALL” which is how to work as an entire organization.

This episode focuses on being a Mover: what your strengths are, what is your peak work, what motivates you, and what you need to stay away from.

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Susan Peppercorn

Episode 29: Ditch Your Inner Critic at Work, with Susan Peppercorn

Have you ever felt stuck in a position you weren’t passionate about and struggled knowing there has to be a better way? Join us for today’s episode of The People Catalysts Podcast to find out how you can ditch your inner critic at work.

Susan is an executive coach who has a passion for helping individuals thrive in their career. Having made four career changes herself, Susan knows what it’s like to feel stuck in a job you hate as well as the self-recrimination that goes along with it. Frequently quoted, the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, and Harvard Business Review are some of the publications that have tapped her for career advice.

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Solocast Episode #10

Episode 28: Who You Have Is What You Get, with Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden

Join us for this week’s episode of The People Catalysts Podcast as Allen Fahden and I discuss the six-week pilot we facilitated with 12 small business owners and what we discovered about the WHO-DO Method and small business.

Anyone who knows Karla Nelson describes her as an experience. She is as close as a human being can ever be to a human doing. It’s simple. She finds an idea that’s different and valuable, and then she builds it with a team. Swiftly, and relentlessly. She does this by a rare process of how to fit people together, that goes far beyond just connecting them. Karla has built several businesses since her early twenties and learned that in business and in life, “Relationships Are Everything.” And now she has put it all in a form that’s easy to learn and use: The People Catalysts.

When the world zigs, Allen Fahden zags. His first book introduced the unifying theory of creativity. Using his own method he created the one-book bookstore, and got media exposure in front of 50 million people without doing anything. Next, he launched the first strength-to-strength work process that gets three to eight times more done in less time. He beat Gallup and the Strengths Finder by five years. One company used his method to take their division from $20 million to $60 million in two years, while the rest of the company was flat. His clients include Jeff Bezos of Amazon, and dozens more.

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Solocast Episode #9

Episode 27: Turn Long, Boring Meetings into Fun and Get Things Done, with Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden

Don’t miss this episode of The People Catalysts Podcast, where Allen Fahden and I talk about how you can turn those long, boring and ineffective meetings into short and engaging in order to get things done.

Anyone who knows Karla Nelson describes her as an experience. She is as close as a human being can ever be to a human doing. It’s simple. She finds an idea that’s different and valuable, and then she builds it with a team. Swiftly, and relentlessly. She does this by a rare process of how to fit people together, that goes far beyond just connecting them. Karla has built several businesses since her early twenties and learned that in business and in life, “Relationships Are Everything.” And now she has put it all in a form that’s easy to learn and use: The People Catalysts.

When the world zigs, Allen Fahden zags. His first book introduced the unifying theory of creativity. Using his own method he created the one-book bookstore, and got media exposure in front of 50 million people without doing anything. Next, he launched the first strength-to-strength work process that gets three to eight times more done in less time. He beat Gallup and the Strengths Finder by five years. One company used his method to take their division from $20 million to $60 million in two years, while the rest of the company was flat. His clients include Jeff Bezos of Amazon, and dozens more.

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Caroline Stokes

Episode 26: The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in the Age of AI, with Caroline Stokes

How do you rate your emotional intelligence? On this episode of The People Catalysts Podcast, emotional intelligence expert Caroline Stokes shares her secrets to emotional intelligence in the age of artificial intelligence.

Caroline Stokes is an executive headhunter, certified executive coach, and certified EQ 2.0 trainer for global technology and entertainment leaders.

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