Gilbert, AZ, May 11, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Brandon Moser, aka the Office Politics Ninja, guides people and companies on effective and positive politicking, and recently launched Ninja Pod Radio, a weekly podcast series as another avenue to guide individuals and organizations through the political minefield. Since the first podcast, “The Politics of Email Warfare,” posted on April 29, 2013, iTunes has deemed Office Politics Ninja as “New and Noteworthy” on their Management and Marketing page.
Ninja Pod Radio designed to provide valuable insight to “good” and “bad” office politics. Episodes will cover a range of office politics topics, including common political pitfalls, tools and tips for preventing “bad” office politics, working with integrity and how to encourage a “good” political culture.
Each weekly podcast episode is a short, digestible audio that educates and entertains the growing audience with Moser’s irreverence, wisdom and humor to move individuals and organizations beyond backstabbing, complaining and irresponsibility to a place of teamwork and productivity.
Fans can participate in the podcasts—after work in the safety of their homes—by submitting their office politics questions in either of the following ways:
- Email your question, including your name, city and state, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Post your question on the Office Politics Ninja Facebook page (www.facebook.com/officepoliticsninja).
New episodes are posted Saturday mornings at 9:00 a.m. PST. The next Ninja Pod Radio podcast, “Pee in the Pond,” will be released on Saturday, May 11, 2013.
About Office Politics Ninja, Brandon Moser
Moser knows firsthand how to maneuver office politics in his own work life—avoiding “bad” politics and practicing “good” politics as he climbed the corporate ladder to earn his place as a national vice president for a Fortune 500 company by age 36. Moser created Office Politics Ninja to help people and companies understand and master the principles of “good” office politics for their own success. He resides with his wife, Shay, and their two children in Gilbert, Ariz. Visit the Office Politics Ninja website at officepoliticsninja.com to learn about Moser’s college courses and keynote presentations, and for more tips and tools for navigating office politics.