Was that email rude? Does my boss hate me? Is this place toxic…or is it me? Work raises a lot of questions—and too many of them get stuck in our heads, rattling around until we feel overwhelmed and unqualified. No more. Join leadership coaches Jen Dionisio and Sara Wachter-Boettcher as they tackle the topics that come up over and over again with their clients: confusing performance reviews, dysfunctional project teams, and bosses with way too few boundaries. You’ll hear stories from real people struggling with the same stuff you are—like how to say “no” to a new project, or why it’s so hard to speak up in meetings. Because it’s not all in your head: work gets weird. We’ll help you get through it—no passive-aggressive emails required.
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The topics covered are always very relatable and the advice given is helpful and actionable (along with some witty banter). I love how grounded and compassionate the hosts are, plus the names they give to callers often brings a giggle.
As someone who’s led content, design, research, analytics and other creative teams over the last decade, the topics that hosts Sarah and Jen discuss and provide guidance on are so familiar to me. Two episodes in, I’ve learned new ways to approach some of the challenges my team might have and be afraid to tackle or discuss just yet. The advice is spot on. It’s unfortunate that these topics are so familiar and feel so real, but I’m glad Sarah and Jen are sharing their knowledge so we can all work ... more
Loving this podcast so far. It’s a vastly different way of handling listener questions. I love that the hosts take their coaching knowledge and basically give a mini coaching session we can all benefit from. They tell what kinds of questions to ask if you find yourself in tricky work situations. And they also give SO MUCH empathy to the listeners who write in with questions. I’ve honestly never heard anything like it. Even the first ep on negative performance reviews — which I couldn’t related t... more
I listened to the first episode, and it was very thoughtful. I can’t wait for more episodes for my myself and also to share with others who may be navigating tough work situations.
I wish this podcast existed earlier in my career! Sara and Jen give excellent advice and perspective in Per My Last Email. These honest work conversions will help you feel seen, heard, and prepared for your next wonky work encounter (which is guaranteed to happen more than once in your career). Add PMLE to your toolbox ASAP for fresh perspective, actionable feedback, and questions that will get you thinking beyond that awkward, uncomfortable encounter or unfortunate work misstep.
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