#151 – Relationships in The Workplace

interviewees

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Bob Murray, PhD, and Alicia Fortinberry, MS, are a husband and wife team who are internationally-recognized experts in psychology, leadership development and organizational change. With 20 year’s experience in mental health and organizational psychology, Bob and Alicia lecture at universities such as Duke, Tufts and California State. As consultants, speakers, trainers and executive coaches, Bob and Alicia apply a highly practical, research-backed approach to help organizations build leadership that measurably enhances performance, engagement, retention and the capacity for positive change. Multinational clients include PricewaterhouseCoopers, PepsiCo, Ford Motor Co, Bain & Co., Deloitte and Oracle. They also work in the not-for-profit sector and for government departments.

Bob and Alicia’s book Creating Optimism is an international best-seller and their latest book, Raising an Optimistic Child, also published by McGraw-Hill, was recently featured in Time Magazine and is a New York Times best-seller. Their next book guides business leaders to create a positive relationship environment that enhances fulfillment, retention and health. Bob and Alicia are quoted frequently in major publications from The New York Times to Entrepreneur.

(Psychology podcast by David Van Nuys, Ph.D.)

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2 Comments

  1. Brad Jacobson
    Posted March 30, 2009 at 3:38 am | Permalink

    I noticed there weren’t any comments on this podcast so thought I would share that this is one of my all time favorites on SRR. It’s an entertaining, informative listen. Bob and Alicia were fun guests who shared heaps of practical knowledge.

  2. Brad Jacobson
    Posted March 30, 2009 at 3:39 am | Permalink

    I noticed there weren’t any comments on this podcast, so thought I would share that this is one of my all-time favorites on SRR. It’s an entertaining, informative listen. Bob and Alicia were fun guests who shared heaps of practical knowledge.

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