Legacy Media Hub Issue 61

The Legacy Media Hub is excited to release our 61st issue of the newsletter! This issue is packed with interesting articles, interviews, and an update on the second series of the Positive Personal Power Podcast.

  • Blake Shusterman The Cooking Doc: Looking After Your Health (podcast)
  • Leadership homogenized – guest post by Steven J Manning
  • Inequality In The Workplace: Let’s Talk About It & How To Address It. (blog)


Nathaniel Schooler & Steven J. Manning

Following on the heels of Schooler’s internationally acclaimed first series of the Positive Personal Power Podcast, showcasing interviews and collaborations with many internationally recognized luminaries and public figures, Schooler & Manning are launching ten tremendously inspiring, challenging and educational webisodes focused on Steven J. Manning’s widely acclaimed talks, interviews, lectures and writings on success: Pillars Of Success.

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Best-selling author, entrepreneur, thought leader Schooler, and Manning — an internationally known business leader, author, public speaker, advisor, and marketer of over $47 Billion in commerce — share their lessons, tools, and the path and motivation to succeed that are indispensable to all who desire to be! 

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and on YouTube here -> https://www.youtube.com/@legacymediahub

Blake Shusterman The Cooking Doc: Looking After Your Health

Are you looking for a way to improve your health? Dr Blake Shusterman the cooking doc offers an innovative and transformational approach to cooking and eating that can help you look and feel your best. In this podcast, Dr Shusterman shares his expert advice on how to keep away from eating junk food to look after your health. So if you’re ready to take charge of your health, listen to this podcast! You won’t regret it.

This was another really fun episode hosted by Nadya Rousseau (CEO Alter New Media) and Nathaniel Schooler – “I ate a BigMac that very day and thanks to Blake it was the last one…!

Originally posted here: https://legacymediahub.com/blake-shusterman-the-cooking-doc/

These are just some of the questions that Nephrologist Dr Blake Shusterman the cooking doc joined us to answer:

  • Tell us about you, who are you and what drives you to do what you do?
  • Why does positivity matter to you?
  • What is your personal “positive superpower”?
  • Not many nephrologists also moonlight as “Cooking Docs.” What was the inspiration behind your platform and the #Changeyourbuds movement?
  • How do you motivate your patients who are struggling to enjoy healthy food?
  • Do you have a particular memory of a challenging patient who felt particularly discouraged about improving their health?
  • Why do so many Americans struggle with their health?
  • How can we motivate them to make a collective shift?
  • You recently became an ambassador for the American Kidney Foundation. How will this relationship manifest? (Talk about Kidney Kitchen, Panels)

Dr. Blake is now in an exclusive ambassadorship with the American Kidney Fund, the nation’s largest leading npo on kidney health. This relationship will amplify the positive impact in a big way.

Leadership homogenized – guest post by Steven J Manning

Statistically, business leaders read four- five books a month.

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There are 20,000 books in print on leadership. Most make a yeoman’s effort to define leadership. Often by contrasting that to management.

Then, to add value to the droll reading, conflate the core of “leadership” to the holy grail of benefit: success. My definition of that hereinbelow.

Likely my readers have read beacoup on that.

I did starting decades ago; more recently while drafting this pieces. Many definitions remain bargain-counter circular: if one wants to go to the left, one must make a left turn.

Business leaders and readers of this composition, have long ago tired of leaders versus managers, visionaries versus machines that execute their visions, leadership by example/fear/autocracy/benevolence/laissez-faire/charisma/checkbook … and a truckload of “musts” and “must-nots”.

Except when leaders “just don’t get it.”

Often, copious reporting from superbly educated and qualified “management” notwithstanding, leaders are confronted with: sometimes things that don’t make sense, just don’t make sense. That is a compelling inflection point that separates the proverbial wheat from the chaff in defining leadership: the quintessential opposite of homogenizing. Genuine leaders conclude: there must be something we just don’t know. Yet…(more to come from Steven in the coming weeks)

Inequality In The Workplace: Let’s Talk About It & How To Address It.

Inequality In The Workplace: Let’s Talk About It & How To Address It.

The recent protests and unrest in response to the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have brought the issue of inequality to the forefront of our national conversation. The workplace is not immune to this problem, and it’s time for us to have a candid discussion about what we can do to address inequality in the workplace.

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It’s no secret that inequality exists in the workplace. To create a level playing field, employers must be intentional about addressing inequality in the workplace.

Inequality in the workplace takes many forms. It can be overt, like when an employee is passed over for a promotion because of their race or gender. It can also be more subtle, like when an employee is given different opportunities for professional development than their colleagues because of their background or experience level.

How To Address Inequality In The Workplace

Regardless of how it manifests, inequality is a problem that needs addressing. And while there is no easy solution, there are some steps we can take to start making progress.

Here are four ways to do just that.

  1. Promote from Within

One way to address inequality in the workplace is by promoting it from within. Employers value their contributions when they invest in their employees and provide growth opportunities. Furthermore, it gives employees a sense of ownership and pride in their work. When employees feel valued, they are more likely to be productive and committed to their jobs.

2. Encourage an Open Dialogue

Encouraging an open dialogue about inequality is another way to address the issue through forums, town halls, or one-on-one conversations. Employers can gain valuable insights into how inequality affects their work lives by giving employees a platform to voice their concerns. Additionally, this open dialogue will help build trust between employees and management.

3. Implement Unconscious Bias Training

Unconscious bias is often at the root of inequality in the workplace. As such, employers need to address unconscious bias head-on. Unconscious bias training can help employees become aware of their biases and learn how to avoid acting on them. This type of training can be conducted online or in person and tailored to meet your organisation’s needs.

4. Evaluate Your Compensation Structure

Another way to address inequality in the workplace is by evaluating your compensation structure. Are you paying your employees equally for equal work? Are you providing adequate raises and bonuses? If not, it’s time to make some changes. Companies should compensate their employees fairly for their skills, experience, and education level. Furthermore, ensuring raises and bonuses are based on merit, not favouritism or nepotism.

Inequality is a major issue in today’s workforce. To create a level playing field, employers must be intentional about addressing inequality in the workplace. By promoting from within, encouraging an open dialogue, implementing unconscious bias training, and evaluating your compensation structure, you can take steps to address inequality in your workplace.

These are all great ways that businesses, large or small, can take actionable steps today to begin addressing wage inequality. Intentionality leads the way.

If your organisation is looking at how to improve your culture and create a diverse and inclusive culture please get in touch to see how we can help.

Originally posted here.

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Kim-adele, Nathaniel, and the Team,

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