Dr. Helen is a popular podcast guest and speaker

Podcasts

Episode 7 of the 50 Women Over 50 Podcast

“How Women Over 50 Can Build Resilient Careers” was published on Nov. 15, 2022. Among other topics, we discussed how women over 50 are often underestimated and can be passed over for promotions, especially if they don’t exhibit much ego or a “big” at work.”

Mind Full, The Canadian Psychological Association

This is a special conversation timed to coincide with the launch of my first book, “How to be Resilient in Your Career: Facing Up to Barriers at Work,” published by Routledge on February 23, 2023. I spoke with host Eric Bollman about a range of work-related themes and challenges.

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino

A conversation with radio host and podcaster Joe Dimino, the voice behind the Kansas City based shows “Neon Jazz” and “Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino, where I shared unfiltered reflections on my earlier years and the mentorship that I have received, and common workplace challenges addressed in my book.

The Dr. Vibe Show

Black Canada Talking™ is a live online event that provides Black Canadians with the opportunity to share their opinions on stories that are of importance to them. On the January 29, 2023, episode hosted by Dr. Vibe, Registered Psychotherapist Kafui Sawyer and I spoke about Workplace Challenges & Black Mental Health.

Against the Tides of Racism

This podcast, hosted by Dr. Gina Ko, Ph.D., a Psychologist based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada aims to generate awareness, foster community, and create transformation by coming together to lean into the inspiring work of anti-racism. She features guests from all walks of life who have endured, spoken up, and taken action against the tides of racism.

Persistence U with Lizbeth

This US-based podcast by Lizbeth Meredith is for survivors and strivers. In this episode, we talked about my journey as an “accidental psychologist” and how I help leaders and aspiring leaders reach their potential (through coaching) and help organizations improve inclusion and belonging for everyone connected to their organization (through training and consulting).

Unwiring Minds One at a Time

This podcast provides the help you didn’t know you needed, hosted by US-based Raquel Paz Bergia. In this episode, we talk about the value of preparation for interviews, mindset and other strategies for becoming successful at work.

How to be Resilient in Your Career on “In Town and Out with Giacomo Panico” on CBC Radio (March 18, 2023)

Workplace Incivility on “Daybreak Kamloops with Shelley Joyce” on CBC Radio (June 26, 2023).

Earrings Off, Building Career Resilience

Dr. Ofosu is an accomplished author and coach. She shares solid information in today’s episode in a way that is relatable and engaging. Dr. Ofosu’s recent book is titled “How to be Resilient in Your Career: Facing Up to Barriers at Work.”

Work and Business Psychology with Dr. Helen Ofosu

In this engaging podcast episode, host Dr. Tamara Soles invites esteemed psychologist Dr. Helen Ofosu to shed light on her career as a work and business psychologist. Together, they explore Dr. Ofosu’s practical approaches to helping individuals navigate workplace barriers and discuss the common concerns that lead people to seek her valuable coaching services.

MHS Talks Clinical - CPA 2023: Dr. Helen Ofosu

On June 23, 2023, I delivered the Section Featured Speaker Address, “Psychology’s Role in Addressing Urgent Problems in Canada,” for the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Section Program focused on Black Psychology.

Here’s an excerpt from my Featured Speaker Address and a short interview (5 min total).

Work and Business Psychology with Dr. Helen Ofosu

In this podcast episode, I spoke with host Lori-Ann Duguay about my journey from working in the federal public service to starting my own business and using my expertise in business psychology to support organizations with various HR-related challenges.

We also discussed my book, “How to Be Resilient in Your Career: Facing Up to Barriers at Work,” which offers practical insights and tangible scripts for managing expectations, setting boundaries, and overcoming common workplace challenges.

Dr. Helen Ofosu Tips On Being Resilient In Your Career

I spoke with New Jersey-based “Soulfood and Lemonade” podcast host Delroy about a range of things work, HR, and career-related.

The KAJ Masterclass LIVE

This podcast is based in India, so there's a big time difference, and I had to get up pretty early! I spoke with the host Ajay about Building Resilient Organizations by Improving Workplace Culture.

Dr. Helen Ofosu - Recruitment and Retention Strategies During "the Big Quit" Era

Listen in on this conversation about recruitment and retention hosted by Shemaiah Reed of I am Refocused Radio, based in San Antonio, Texas.

Unlocking Career Resilience: Strategies for Success with Dr. Helen Ofosu

I spoke with Troy about Unlocking Career Resilience for his October 28, 2023 episode. We discussed various work-related topics, including bouncing back from setbacks and challenges, a growth mindset, and building relationships to expand your network and advance in your career.

Not Allowed to Die

In this episode, I spoke with host Daniel Maigler (and Mariska) about how to navigate the stresses of corporate culture while dealing with mental health challenges.

The Career Slay Talks Podcast

In this episode, I spoke with host Dr. Brenda Dogbey about some of my own experiences and discussed imposter treatment and how Black and marginalized professionals are sometimes treated in professional spaces. She offered five tips on how to build resilient careers that will stand the test of time.

Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges: Dr. Helen Ofosu

I spoke with Stephanie Mitton, founder and CEO of Beacon North Strategies, about Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges.

Ray Presents - Episode 34 - Dr. Helen Ofosu

I spoke with Raynald Leroy, the host of RayPresents. We discussed the intricate challenges Black leaders face in organizational environments. We also explored the intersection of leadership and race, as well as systemic barriers.