Be Brave at Work

Be Brave at Work

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On Be Brave at Work, leadership coach, author and speaker Ed Evarts shares stories about people saying what needs to be said and doing what needs to be done in their workplace. Talking to people just like you who have shown bravery in creative and innovative ways.


Karen Burke
Mar 30 • 22 min
Listen to this weeks Be Brave @ Work as Karen Burke, a global leadership coach, reflects on her own experiences with bravery as well as confidential examples of bravery that clients have needed to show in order to make progress.
Wendy Pease
Mar 23 • 20 min
Join Be Brave @ Work as we hear how Wendy Pease took a shocking outcome to her corporate career and converted it into a successful outcome by being brave at work. Links of interestWendy Pease LinkedIn Rapport International
Laura Tomaino
Mar 16 • 19 min
This week on Be Brave @ Work, listen to Laura Tomaino, Vice President, People and Culture at HealthEdge, tells us her thoughts on bravery at the workplace and her story about joining a start-up and some brave conversations she needed to have. Links of…
Jayne Mattson
Mar 9 • 18 min
Join us on Be Brave @ Work as Jayne Mattson talks about why speaking up in a meeting often requires bravery. LinkedIn Profile Jayne Mattson
Jessica Kaplan
Feb 24 • 17 min
Listen as Jessica Kaplan, Senior Director, Talent Management and Leadership Strategy at Bright Horizons shares a story about a difficult conversation she had with her boss that required bravery. Links Jessica Kaplan on LinkedIn
Christian Perez
Feb 17 • 15 min
Join us as podcast host Christian Perez shares three tips he has learned to be braver in the workplace. LInks:InstaGram: @MastersoflifepodcastFacebook: Masters of Life PodcastWebsiteEmail: [email protected]
Chuck Crumpton
Feb 10 • 17 min
On this week’s podcast, Chuck Crumpton shares how decisions he needed to make to expand his business, share personal information about himself and professional information about his organization’s possible wins and losses, required bravery.…
Trisha Griffin-Carty
Feb 3 • 16 min
Listen as Trisha Griffin-Carty shares with us her story when not doing something in the workplace demonstrates as much bravery as doing something. Links of interestTrisha Griffin-Carty LinkedIn
Hank Morse
Jan 27 • 19 min
On this week’s podcast - Be Brave @ Work - join local radio celebrity and podcast host Hank Morse and he discusses bravery at a public workplace that has thousands and thousands of listeners. Is bravery different publicly versus privately? Hank Morse…
New Leaders, New Challenges, Part 2
Jan 20 • 13 min
Continuing our conversation, John Boruvka, Vice President, Sales for Intellectual Property Management at a large records management company based in Boston, shares with us his thoughts on being brave in the workplace in the story of a large acquisition…
New Leaders, New Challenges
Jan 13 • 13 min
John Boruvka, Vice President, Sales for Intellectual Property Management at a large records management company based in Boston shares with us his thoughts on being brave in the workplace in the story of a large acquisition for his organization and the…
Ken Mattsson
Jan 6 • 22 min
Ken Mattsson, a Career and Professional Development Consultant at Resonare Consulting shares his story and observations about “coming out” in the workplace.
Bruce Howell
Dec 30, 2019 • 20 min
Bruce Howell, Accessibility Services Manager at The Carroll Center for the Blind, shares two stories that required bravery in the workplace. The first story details his handling of a potentially problematic customer issue and the second story is about…
Sue LaChance
Dec 23, 2019 • 18 min
Sue LaChance, Vice President of Organizational Development and Learning at a Boston-based healthcare organization, shares her story about how a career transition from one industry to another required bravery and confidence.
Tracy Burns
Dec 16, 2019 • 22 min
Tracy Burns, the Chief Executive Officer of the Northeast Human Resources Assocation (NEHRA) and the co-founder of Hytched, shares her story about being brave in the workplace as it relates to the behavior of a colleague that was unappreciated.
Harry Ebbighausen, Part 2
Dec 9, 2019 • 15 min
Harry Ebbighausen, former President, North America for Iron Mountain, the world’s largest records management organization, shares his story on making a significant decision in an organization he was leading that impact customers, employees, and…
Harry Ebbighausen, Part 1
Dec 2, 2019 • 20 min
Harry Ebbighausen, former President, North America for Iron Mountain, the world’s largest records management organization, shares his story on making a significant decision in an organization he was leading that impacted customers, employees and…
Coming Soon: Be Brave @ Work
Nov 4, 2019 • 0 min
On Be Brave @ Work, leadership coach, author and speaker Ed Evarts will share stories about people saying what needs to be said and doing what needs to be done in their workplace. Every week, Ed will to people just like you who have shown bravery in…