02/18/15 – Amy Morin – 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do; Anna Carroll – The Feedback Imperative: How to give everyday feedback to speed up your team’s success

Segment 1 – Amy Morin

Segment 2 – Amy Morin

Segment 3– Anna Carroll

Segment 4 – Anna Carroll


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Amy Morin is a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist. Since 2002, she has been counseling children, teens, and adults. She also works as an adjunct psychology instructor.
Amy serves as About.com’s Parenting Teens Expert and Child Discipline Expert. She is a Forbes contributor where her weekly column focuses on the psychological aspects of business. She’s also writes for Psychology Today.
Amy has been sought out by the media for her expertise in psychology, parenting, and mental strength. Some of the media outlets who have featured her advice include: Parenting, Time, Good Housekeeping, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Success, Oprah.com, Health.com, Fox News, NBC, ABC, MSN, Lifetime Moms, and We TV. She has also provided on-camera interviews for Fox Business, Forbes, and Blaze TV. She’s a frequent guest on a variety of radio shows as well.
Her expertise in mental strength has gained international recognition. She’s the author of 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do: Take Back Your Power, Embrace Change, Face Your Fears, and Train Your Brain for Happiness and Success (HarperCollins 2015) and will be published in 21 languages. Her book explains how her interest in mental strength became personal and it provides exercises and strategies for growing stronger.
A sought after speaker, Amy loves to share the latest research and best exercises for building mental muscle.
Anna Carroll
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Anna Carroll, MSSW, firmly believes in the power of feedback within teams and organizations. As an executive coach and organizational consultant, Carroll specializes in workplace feedback, leadership development and facilitation of groups, and is well known for her ability to make connections between people and business results in a concise and compelling way.

Her newest book, The Feedback Imperative: How to Give Everyday Feedback to Speed Up Your Team’s Success (River Grove Books, July 2014), explains how to do just that. Carroll emphasizes the value of workplace feedback and explains how to equip leaders to be great feedback-givers.

In The Feedback Imperative, Carroll applies her extensive research and expertise in business consulting and psychology to illustrate how brain science, generational trends, our information economy, limiting beliefs and organizational culture collide in the new workplace, therefore, creating a huge gap between the supply and demand of professional feedback. Ultimately, Carroll aims to give readers the proper tools to execute a feedback turnaround that will give employees information they need to build a culture in which employee-to-leader and peer-to-peer feedback are welcome and encouraged.

As a veteran in the business consulting landscape, Carroll’s experience working with global corporations like eBay, GE, Singapore Airlines, Applied Materials, University of Texas, Zimmer and many more allows her to easily identify future trends in the workplace.

Carroll completed her undergraduate work at Sarah Lawrence College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and later received a master of science degree in social work form the University of Texas at Austin. She completed her professional coach training form the Coaches Training Institute and is certified as a CTI Certified Professional Co-Active Coach.

While not working with organizations to be better at giving feedback, Carroll enjoys cooking and listening to world music. She and her husband live in Austin, Texas. www.everydayfeedback.com


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