Today we’re chatting with Halelly Azulay, who is a consultant, facilitator, leadership development strategist, author, and speaker at international conferences and corporate meetings. In 2006, Halelly founded TalentGrow LLC, a consulting company focused on developing leaders and teams, especially for enterprises experiencing explosive growth or expansion that want a more proactive, strategic approach to leadership development. An expert in leadership, communication skills, emotional intelligence, and authentic networking with more than 20 years of experience, Halelly develops leaders that people *want* to follow. She is the author of two books, Employee Development on a Shoestring and Strength to Strength: How Working from Your Strengths Can Help You Lead a More Fulfilling Life. She offers actionable leadership insights and advice on her blog and her leadership podcast, the TalentGrow Show.

Halelly and I connected through one of our past podcast guests, Kate Swoboda. I was excited to hear Halelly’s perspective on how we can start to integrate some of these skills we’re working on at home, like personal development and emotional intelligence, in the workplace. I’ve mentioned this on a few different episodes at this point, but I really think overcoming burnout and starting to enjoy our lives as working parents is something we need to attack from two different angles: first, within ourselves as individuals. But I also think we really need to start making big changes in companies also, in order to see any sort of widespread shift in our society. That’s the sort of work Halelly is doing, so I wanted to dive deeper with her here to learn more about how we can integrate more emotional intelligence not only at home, but at work too.

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Resources & Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Halelly Azulay Website

Halelly Azulay Facebook

Halelly Azulay LinkedIn

Halelly Azulay Instagram

Halelly Azulay Pinterest

The TalentGrow Show Podcast

10 Ways to Become a More Engaging Communicator (Free Guide)

Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ by Daniel Coleman

The Argenal Institute Website

The Argenal Institute Library

Free Consultation with Sarah Argenal

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