In this episode I speak with Executive Coach, John Volturo about how we can encourage our authenticity in the workplace. We explore how much is too much when it comes to changing who we are for our work. We dive into how workplaces can stifle our authenticity and leave us conforming to social norms and ultimately hustling for our worth. Join us as we break down all the ins and outs of remaining true to who you are even in environments that are telling us not to.
About Today’s Guest:
John Volturo is an Executive Coach and International Coaching Federation LA Chapter President-Elect. He served in executive management for 20 years, most recently as Chief Marketing Officer and Board Member at startups and for midsize to large private and publicly traded companies. At IBM, Slack, Bertelsmann, Guthy-Renker, Spark Networks, HAVAS, Frontdoor, and Tony Robbins. John helps leaders upskill, align vision, overcome obstacles, and hire, train, and retain talent. He is part of the LGBTQ community, a DEI advocate, speaker, panelist, lecturer, podcaster and soon-to-be author with an MBA and certifications in Energy Leadership™ and Conscious Business Coach.
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"This Is Me" tip of the episode:
When facing the fear of being yourself, pause and ask yourself "what if you took the chance, whats the worst that could happen?"
Song of the episode:
Lorde - A World Alone
About the Host:
Matt Landsiedel is a transformative coach, intuitive, podcast host, and author from Calgary, Canada. Matt specializes in teaching people how to heal shame and embody their authentic self so they can enjoy meaningful connections in their lives. His areas of expertise are working with gay men and people with emotional eating and food addiction leading to weight issues.
Inspired to Be Authentic is a mission Matt has purposefully created. Through his content and coaching, he offers you inspiration to share more of your truth with the world. He does this by teaching you life changing skills and sharing energetic transmissions that inspire you to show up courageously in your own life by practicing vulnerability.
In his spare time, you can find Matt traveling the world, writing, reading, working out or doing yoga, meditating and contemplating life, spending quality time with family and friends, hanging out with his cat Darryl, watching hockey, and spending time building his coaching business.
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