Michelle Aronson is the Owner and Principal of Physics at Work, a leadership and organizational development company supporting high-growth organizations to build more effective workforces. As a former HR executive, certified coach, and business school professor, Michelle merges evidence-based research, brain-based learning, and fun to improve the workplace. She is also the host of the True Stories at Work podcast, featuring human resource experts sharing valuable lessons and workplace stories.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Michelle Aronson talks about her transition from healthcare to founding Physics at Work
- How divine timing and a supportive network led to Physics at Work’s growth
- The role of leadership in creating a robust culture
- Michelle shares how True Stories at Work fosters transparency through storytelling
- Challenging the rules: how Michelle altered her workplace’s values
- How can leaders serve a higher purpose?
- Michelle’s most impactful advice from her mentor — and her tips for women struggling to identify their purpose
In this episode…
Culture is the essence of any valuable business. A thriving company culture requires empathetic leaders to mentor and encourage team members. How can you become a purposeful leader and cultivate a synergetic company?
HR executive and workplace coach Michelle Aronson says that leaders are the creators of culture. These professionals must construct values and make intentional decisions that align with those principles. In hopes of modifying her workplace’s values, Michelle approached multiple executives before assuming the leadership responsibility to modernize them. Executing an ethical purpose requires defying traditional rules to accommodate innovation.
Join Andrea Heuston in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as she invites Michelle Aronson, the Owner and Principal of Physics at work, to speak about fostering a robust company culture through impactful leadership. Michelle shares advice for women to find their purpose, how she altered her workplace’s values, and how leaders can serve a greater purpose.
Resources Mentioned in this episode
- Andrea Heuston on LinkedIn
- Andrea Heuston’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Artitudes Design
- Stronger on the Other Side: The Power to Choose by Andrea Heuston
- Michelle Aronson on LinkedIn
- Physics at Work
- True Stories at Work podcast
- “Words Matter, How Someone Leaves Feeling Matters…So Sweat Those Details: Kelly” on True Stories at Work
- Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans
- “5 Reasons Why Women Make Outstanding Leaders” by Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO)