On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Rachel Druckenmiller of UNMUTED
@cavnessHR across social media
@jasoncavnessHR across social media
We talk about the following
Her company UNMUTED.
Advice for new speakers.
What people get wrong about culture.
How to UNMUTE yourself and be heard.
As the Founder and CEO of Unmuted, Rachel is on a mission to humanize the workplace, ignite intentional leadership and empower people to use their voices for good. She is a nationally recognized thought leader and speaker with over a dozen years of experience in the field of workplace culture and wellbeing. She has guided numerous organizations to earn recognition as "top workplaces" and "healthy employers".
Through virtual and live events, Rachel speaks to leaders at organizations and associations and teaches them to strengthen their power skills, resilience and self-care, so they can thrive at work and at home. When leaders are thriving, performance increases, trust is strengthened, creativity flows, and people are more fulfilled, connected and get along with each other better.
In 2019, Rachel was recognized as a 40 Under 40 Game Changer by Workforce Magazine, and Employ Humanity named her one of "7 Wellness Leaders Making a Positive Impact" in 2018. She was named the #1 Health Promotion Professional in the United States in 2015 by WELCOA. Rachel is one of the founding members of the international nonprofit, Global Women 4 Wellbeing (GW4W), and speaks to women leaders about how to be more confident and courageous. She is also a Founding Member of the Baltimore Chapter of HackingHR, a global community of constructively disruptive leaders committed to rethinking HR.
Rachel has worked with and spoken at organizations and associations including Deloitte, Under Armour, the National Wellness Institute, American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association, and dozens of others.
She has a Master's Degree in Health Science and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Thriving Workplace Culture Consultant and Wellness Culture Coach. She was born and raised in Baltimore and lives there with her college sweetheart, Bill.
Rachel’s Social Media
If you go to www.unmutedlife.com you can find a resilience resource guide that will pop up. I've got a list of my 10 to 12 strategies for boosting resilience and they're very practical and actionable. Then I have like a reading list in there. So my favorite books on those topics as well and how to like be more resilient. That's a place where you can immediately get a freebie after listening to this.
I would say if I were to leave you with one thing to walk away from this with, it would be to have a bit more grace and compassion for yourself. Then to have the courage to get curious about the things that you're doing well, and the things you could be doing better or differently. So that you can grow and to be committed to that journey.
Not just at work, but also your other relationships, as well. Because there's going to be crossover and there's going to be spillover benefit. So be willing to be curious, be courageous enough to be curious. Then, based on the feedback that you get, I would say be willing to take action. Be willing to take those courageous action steps because confidence is the byproduct of action. So stop thinking about whatever you are thinking about and take action and go do something about it.
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