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Host : Charlie Lobosco
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Host : Eva Lewandowski
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The mission of CORPORATE TALK WITH CHARLIE AND EVA is simple; to make your job, career and workplace better by promoting, teaching and encouraging shared leadership, teamwork and collaboration as a day to day workplace strategy.

We leverage lessons learned throughout our careers, as well as the subject matter expertise from authors, coaches, speakers, trainers, entrepreneurs, small business owners, and of course our listeners. All are sharing the same mission; to make a difference in the workplace even as one person.

We’ve learned over and over that when we invest in ourselves with the objective of making a difference even as one person, our lives in and out of the workplace always benefit.

“Execute tasks assigned and you’re a resource. Share in the success of your project, team or company and you’re a partner.”

Join us every week on CORPORATE TALK WITH CHARLIE AND EVA, join the workplace improvement revolution and become a partner to your company!

Recent Episodes
October 26, 2020
Anger | How to Calm and Stand Up to a Dragon
Anger is a complex emotion and not one that many of us are taught how to handle. Some of us bury it which can lead to depression. Others bully which leads to loneliness due to lost relationships. Some rage, others quietly and lethally seethe.

Charlie and I like to equate anger to a dragon that lives within each of us. Some of us let it sleep until it gets poked one too many times and then it brings chaos to anyone around it. Others walk around with it on their shoulder snarling at everyone.

An untrained dragon creates chaos and fear. No hope, progress, dreams or loving relationships can flourish if you dragon is out there kicking and screaming.

But there's a different way. A trained dragon is a strong ally. It sticks up for us, it fights against injustice, it makes things happen.

On this encore episode, we discuss the different forms that anger takes, how to express anger and how to start taming your own dragon. You'll also learn strategies for handling the fire when someone turns their angry dragon on you. Hint: water beats fire every time!

September 28, 2020
Liar, Liar
Most of us think we're fairly sophisticated and could easily spot a liar. But if that was the case, why are so many of us surprised when we find out the truth.

How could Bernie Madoff get away with running a Ponzi scheme? Why aren't spies immediately detected? Why are we blindsided when confronted with a significant other's infidelity or addiction?

The partial answer lies in the research of Timothy R. Levine a professor that has studied deception for more than 25 years. His conclusion is that humans are hardwired to default to truth.

On this episode we'll discuss:

    Truth-bias and why the normal means of detecting a liar have been found to be inaccurate at best and dangerous at worst.
    Why defaulting to truth is actually good for society.
    How to look inward and see how we lie to ourselves which leads to lying to others
    And how to start on a path to finding your own truth!
August 31, 2020
If everything went back to normal tomorrow would you be ready?

I've asked myself that same question and in some areas of my life I would have to say "no."

So how can we utilize this time to it's fullest?

How can we start re-energizing ourselves and reducing our stress?

Listen as Charlie and I discuss easy to follow tips and strategies to get you back on track if you've veered off a bit.

In this episode we discuss:

    The importance of routine and how to establish one
    Why and how to take better care of yourself
    What to work on now
    And much more!
You'll be ready to get back in the race!
July 27, 2020
Empathize? But What About Me?
Every one of us needs to feel heard and understood. Empathy, the ability to feel what another person is feeling, is the key. Whether it's a crisis in our lives or a celebration, empathy allows us to feel connected with others.

On this episode Charlie and I discuss empathy, what it is and what it isn't and we provide examples.

Listen and see what you think. Working the empathy muscle (which we all need to do) will not only bring you closer to family and friends but it will also enhance your career and work environment!

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