Nerd Newsletters is hosted by Nicolas Andres, an engineer by trade with a decade of engineering experience in various forms: logistics, software, mechanical, process, and sales. Nerd Newsletters blog and podcast was born out of a fear of complacency. Nicolas talks about his experiences and learnings throughout the past few months while on a self improving journey. He reflects on them and builds a collection of knowledge articles for all to read through, hoping it will help someone else grow too.
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You are either your own best friend or your own worst enemy! Having a great mindset is key to a successful and impactful organization, in this episode Diane Dye Hansen dives deeper into understanding what focused mindset in a organization means.
Sunday was World Mental Health Day 2021, the theme was making mental health care a reality for all. In this episode KB talks about imposter syndrome, depression and anxiety specially in entrepreneurs and small business owners.
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In this episode Mike Smith interviews Lupe Ramirez, who recently retired from the position of Latino Outreach Coordinator at Western Nevada College. In this episode they explore what Hispanic Heritage Month means, and how we celebrate in our communities.
In this episode Mike Smith talks with Zelalem Bogale who is the Adjunct Professor of Race, Law and Criminal Justice at University of Reno. Mike and Zelalem dive deeper into Critical Race Theory and what it means to our education system and communities.
Mike Smith host and moderator of Ideas On Tap, a monthly community conversation held in Carson City, explains what Critical Race Theory is and why it needs to be discussed in our communities. The topic Critical Race Theory has exploded with conversation this past year with many legislatures debating whether to even ban its use in the classroom.
Have you ever been in a toxic work environment? Do you have or know an abrasive leader? Tera Bisbee specializes in deep diving into those situations and retraining abrasive leaders for a safer, more productive and successful work environment!
As the Chief Management Consultant of What Works Consultants, Diane utilizes research, internal communication strategy, process development, and talent optimization to reshape companies and position them for reorganization, expansion, growth, succession.
Diane has a Masters in Communication Management from the University of Southern California where she graduated as an inductee of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Cal State San Bernardino. She has a High-Performance Masters from the High-Performance Institute, is a Certified Problem and Change Manager, a Certified Customer Success Management Consultant, and a Certified Talent Optimization Consultant.