In This episode I’m speaking with Dr. Carole Robin
In one of my past podcast episodes from September 2021, amidst the pandemic, I chatted with Dr. Carole Robin about how expressing our emotions can help us stay present and connect with others.
With all the stress, anxiety, and grief caused by the pandemic, it’s more important than ever to acknowledge and express our emotions. Doing so can help build trust and connections with our colleagues, leading to better teamwork. Plus, it’s a great way to stay focused on the present moment and navigate the constant changes in the workplace. So, let’s create a culture that encourages us to express ourselves freely and without judgment, for the sake of our mental wellness and stronger workplace relationships.
It’s all about connection!
You know this feeling that you meet someone, and it feels as you have known each other for decades? This is how I felt when I connected with Dr. Carole Robin.
I had the privilege to host Dr. Carole Robin as a guest on my podcast. Dr. Carole Robin is the author of the book Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends, and Colleagues. She is an award-winning teacher in leadership and director of the Arbuckle Leadership Fellows Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business before co-founding Leaders in Tech, which brings the principles and process of “Touchy Feely” to executives in Silicon Valley.
In this episode, we talk about the importance of showing up as leaders, how to bring our complete selves to the workplace, and the importance of expressing our emotions to be present and connect.
To learn more about the book: https://connectandrelate.com