Welcome to the second season of the You Belong in The C-Suite podcast!
We kick off the year with a profound conversation on human connection, empathy, and the transformative power of self-awareness.
Help Laura welcome family therapist, Shari Foos as they delve into the science of bringing people together by building meaningful connections through story, fostering authentic conversations, and using a humanistic approach to create a positive work environment.
Shari is the developer of The Narrative Method, a program that helps individuals reframe how they see themselves and others through the process of sharing stories.
In today’s episode, you will hear Laura and Shari discuss the importance of consciously recognizing similarities between the situations of others and our own past experiences, why separating ourselves from negative incidents is so helpful in uncovering our authentic selves, how false beliefs imposed by society affect our relationships, and much more!
Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 42 where Laura talks about what you can expect in this new season, then go back and check it out!
In this episode, we cover:
-What the narrative method is.
-The importance of real talk.
-What the cult of culture is.
-Practicing radical gratitude.
-Steps to move past a toxic work environment.
-Recognizing different perspectives.
-The connection between curiosity and humility.
Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Visit Shari’s website at www.thenarrativemethod.org, connect with her via Linkedin, and follow her on Instagram @thenarrativemethod, Facebook, and Twitter.
-Join TNM workshops here!
-Check out our website here and sign up for the next cohort of the You Belong in the C-Suite Group Coaching Program.
More about Shari Foos:
Shari Foos is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles, and a Master of Science in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University. As a sought-after expert on the subjects of relationships and meaningful connection, Shari’s writing and commentary have appeared in a range of online and print publications, including Real Simple, Huffington Post, Thrive, Shondaland, Women’s Health, and Bustle.