PODCAST EPISODE – When You’re NOT Invited to Happy Hour
When you work on a team there are a lot of dynamics and groups to juggle. Sometimes you can feel left out when you’re not invited to happy hour, you’re left out of a conversation, or you generally don’t feel like a part of the team. In this episode of The Happy Hour Effect podcast, you will learn seven ways to know why you might feel like an outsider at work and how to fix it.
Here are seven reasons you might feel like an outsider – like when you’re new to a team or when you’re not invited to happy hour:
- You never stop talking.
- You only talk about work.
- You have bad breath or bad hygiene.
- You’re a Negative Nelly or Negative Ned.
- You only talk about yourself.
- You’re an unknown.
- There’s a difference in role/seniority.
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Kristen Brown helps individuals and organizations minimize stress, leverage goals and boost performance which directly impacts personal and bottom line growth. She’s the founder and Chief Results Officer of Happy Hour Effect, a two-time bestselling author, national speaker and trainer, and work/life strategist. Prior to starting Happy Hour Effect Training & Development, she spent 15 years leading teams and working with Fortune500s, start-ups and everything in between including Disney, Walmart, Hanes, Target and Coca-Cola.
She’s a regular on screen and stage including Live with Kelly & Michael, Forbes, Inc., Women Presidents Organization, Cargill, Regis, Vistage, General Mills, Boston Scientific, and more.
Kristen was widowed in 2007 with a new baby during the economic collapse which prompted her shift into helping others spin stress into success despite the challenges we face every day. She holds a Master’s in Integral Theory (the art and science of multiple perspectives), a holistic coaching certification and has won several awards for business and writing.
Kristen and her daughter live in Minneapolis and she will do just about anything for bacon.