My Crazy Office

My Crazy Office is a weekly workplace podcast dedicated to helping listeners navigate their careers. Executive coach Kathi Elster and career therapist Katherine Crowley combine their expertise to solve both serious and silly situations at work. Join Kathi, Katherine and producer Logan Medrano as they answer real workplace questions with solid advice and a side of humor. Do you have someone or something at work that’s driving your crazy? Send your questions to info@mycrazyoffice.co. (All submissions kept confidential.)

#45: Inheritance and Culture – My Crazy Office, Season 6

Kathi and Katherine talk about inheritance and culture on this week’s episode of the My Crazy Office podcast.

First we give advice to an employee whose new boss finds fault in all of their work.

Then we discuss what to do when you inherit employees who don’t fit the new company culture.

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Best Of: If You’re Feeling Hysterical, It’s Probably Historical: My Crazy Office Overtime, Season 6

Katherine talks about historical triggers on this week’s My Crazy Office Overtime show.

Often when we’re feeling emotional about something at work, it’s because it’s triggering a past experience.

Listen to this week’s podcast here.

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#44: Digital Overload – My Crazy Office, Season 6

Katherine talks with special guest Holland Haiis about digital overload on this week’s episode of the My Crazy Office podcast.

Are you suffering from digital overload? If you are, how do you “treat it” and learn to connect again?

Listen to this week’s podcast for advice here.

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