Category: Podcast

The Mix Tape: Ep. 4 — Feedback Practices Worth Singing About

When it’s time to give or receive feedback, people’s moods turn from upbeat to uncomfortable fast. Can feedback at work be transformed for the better? In this episode, Mix Talent’s Sara Shondrick talks with Brodie Riordan to find out. Riordan is an I/O (Industrial Organizational) Psychologist and executive coach with a passion for helping others achieve their full potential. She’s a self-proclaimed “Feedback Zealot” and author of the book “Feedback Fundamentals and Evidence-Based Best Practices.”

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The Mix Tape: Ep. 3 — Compensation Isn’t Just Business, It’s Personal

There’s few topics in business that are universally uncomfortable like compensation, so why not break the ice on a podcast? Mix Talent’s Patty Adams takes on the subject with Dale Moyer, co-founder of incentovate. Incentovate helps businesses create robust compensation and benefits strategies, provides financial management, and offers on-premise HR leadership.

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The Mix Tape: Ep. 2 — Putting the “Me” Back in Medicine: The Superdad of Rare Disease

When a rare disease enters your household you have to take drastic measures, but why not have fun while doing it? Mix Talent’s KC McAllister discusses the ups and downs with a first-hand experiencer: Ryan Sheedy. Sheedy is a father of a Costello’s Syndrome patient, funny guy on his Instagram @dadhappend and founder of mejo, an online tool that helps caregivers organize medical information to create a personal health journal specifically tailored to their child.

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The Mix Tape: Ep. 9 — From Bench to Business

With an ever changing science industry, the need for multidisciplinary scientists is growing. Today, Mix Talent’s Drew Rothschild talks to drug-development-expert-now-CEO-AND-CSO Jan Rosenbaum, a living example of how successful integrating multiple industry skills can be. Rosenbaum is the President, CEO, and CSO of Kurome Therapeutics, a Cincinnati based company that targets therapies for adaptive resistance in cancer cells.

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The Mix Tape: Ep. 8 — Digital Health

Sometimes patients can’t make it out of their house and to the doctor. That’s where digital health comes in. On today’s episode, Mix Talent’s Andrew Jones asks an expert about the digital health industry landscape: Michael Seggev. Seggev is the Vice President of Commercial at Donisi Health, a company pioneering contact-free and hassle-free health monitoring.

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The Mix Tape: Ep. 6 — Performance Management

How can you make that yearly evaluation less…dreadful? Dr. Sara Shondrick is Mix Talent’s Lead of Talent Consulting, and in today’s episode, she tries to find the answer to that question. She talks to Dr. Rose Mueller-Hanson, who is co-author of the book “Transforming Performance Management to Drive Performance: An Evidence-Based Roadmap,” and an expert on equipping managers and subordinates alike on satisfying, healthy, and productive performance management.

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The Mix Tape: Ep. 5 — When You Give a Marketer a Diagnosis

When a life science worker has a life science problem, where do they turn? Mix Talent’s KC McAllister talks with Jessica Krauser. Jessica is a Marketing Advisor for Two Labs, a pharmaceutical services company in Columbus, OH who faced a difficult diagnosis of Early Onset Parkinson’s, and chose to make a difference regardless. Hear her inspiring story in this week’s episode!

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