We have launched a new podcast entitled, “Bring Out The Talent“. Tune in to hear from learning and development talent, partners, and clients on their innovative approaches and industry insights. In each episode, TTA’s CEO, Maria Melfa, and Talent Manager, Jocelyn Allen will chat with subject matter experts and bring you casual, yet insightful conversations. Maria and Jocelyn use their unique blend of industry experience and humor to interview the L&D industry’s most influential people, latest topics, and powerful stories. Each episode has important takeaways that will help to create a culture of continuous learning within your organization.
To help bring our podcast to life, we’ve partnered with MuddHouse Media. Muddhouse is a podcast network and production house, led by Emmy nominated, award-winning Hollywood producer Kris Meyer. Kris spent over 20 years in partnership with the Farrelly Brothers making some of the funniest movies of our time including, There’s Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber, Shallow Hal, Fever Pitch, and many more. Kris has assembled an incredibly talented and fun team to help produce high-quality podcasts.
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The Power of Laughter in the Workplace
August 2, 2021
Guest: David Horning – Speaker, Consultant, Comedian, and Founder of Water Cooler Comedy
In this episode of, “Bring Out The Talent,” we speak with David Horning, speaker, comedian, and founder of the hilarious “Water Cooler Comedy.” David will discuss how humor can be used as a powerful tool to inspire happiness, ignite creativity, boost productivity, and promote a collaborative workplace culture. He will also chat about ways that leaders can effectively use humor in the workplace, four types of humor that leaders will find effective in managing workplace culture, and what types of humor to avoid. Tune into this episode to discover how you can capitalize on the power of humor in your workplace! Listen now or read the transcript.
Resiliency and A Winning Mindset
July 19, 2021
Guest: Laura Eiman
In this episode of, “Bring Out The Talent”, we will be talking with Laura Eiman, a 67-year-old gold medal Olympic weightlifter, a Navy SEAL certified Mental Toughness Coach, and a Resiliency Expert. Laura will share her inspirational story on how she went from a life of dysfunction to becoming an Olympic gold medal winner in her 60’s by developing a mentally tough and resilient mindset. Laura discusses how anyone can achieve their goals by developing habits, deleting toxic emotions, and learning how to approach each day with a “solution-based” mindset. Laura is an ordinary woman now doing extraordinary things because she got mentally tough. Listen now or read the transcript.
Storypathing: The Importance of Crafting Your Narrative
July 5, 2021
Guest: Dr. Dennis Rebelo
In this episode of, “Bring Out The Talent.” we will be talking with Dr. Dennis Rebelo, a professor, speaker, career coach, former President of Alex and Ani University, and author of “Story Like You Mean It”. Dr. Rebelo will share the meaning of storypathing, the importance of crafting your narrative, how storypathing can strengthen an organization, how employees can create and develop their stories to overcome obstacles and showcase their authentic selves, how to measure storypathing success, and so much more. Listen now!
Leadership: Leading With Structure and Substance
June 20th, 2021
Guest: Bruce Tulgan
In this episode of, “Bring Out The Talent.” we will be talking to Bruce Tulgan, founder and CEO of Rainmaker Thinking and Leadership Expert. Bruce will share his insights on the biggest challenges leaders face today, the under-management epidemic, tips for creating highly engaged leaders, what leadership methodologies have stood the test of time and which have evolved, and so much more. Listen now and read the transcript.
Origins of TTA: How It All Began
June 7th, 2021
Guest: Maria Melfa
In this opening episode of, “Bring Out The Talent.” we kick off our series with Maria Melfa, President and CEO of TTA. Maria begins our series by sharing the origins of TTA, what it’s like working with family, how the learning and development industry has changed over nearly three decades, the importance of company culture, funny stories from along the way, and so much more. Listen now and read the transcript.
Are you an innovator or expert in the L& D space?
Do you have a compelling and insightful story to share with other L&D professionals?
We would love to hear from you!
Contact us today to be a guest on our Podcast.