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For those who are called to lead lives, work and movements that create a more just, kind and conscious world, and to learn from folx who are. Explore the kinds of perspectives, capacities and approaches needed to lead in times of ever increasing complexity. From personal and collective development, to cultivating meaningful life’s work, to systemic and cultural change strategies, Chela Davison hosts conversations with a diverse collection of leaders who are heeding the call to reimagine our ...
 
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Self-As-Instrument, Work-As-Service is our second episode in the series: Guided: An exploration of the Guiding Principles that are fundamental to my business and body of work. This episode dives into the question: What does it mean to be an active participant in our collective evolution? Chela explores how her own personal development and approach …
 
This episode is the first in a series called Guided: An exploration of the Guiding Principles that are fundamental to my business and body of work. This episode introduces the principles, philosophies and values that are key to her leadership and contribution as she helps leaders grow their capacities, carve their own paths and contribute to societ…
 
Heather Chauvin is a leadership coach who helps ambitious, overwhelmed women become leaders at work and home. Drawing from her experience as a social worker, raising three boys, and navigating a cancer journey, Heather helps her clients create and enjoy sustainability, profitability and ease in business and life. In this episode, Heather invites li…
 
Jeff Harry is bringing the play to this space and it is an enlivening and juicy approach to leading! Jeff shows individuals and companies how to tap into their true selves, to feel their happiest and most fulfilled — all by playing. Jeff is an international speaker showing audiences how major issues in the workplace can be solved using play. In thi…
 
Fondly called “The Helper For Helpers and Sheepdog for Sheepdogs”, Dr. Yvonne Ator is deeply passionate about serving those who serve and lead. As the Founder of Thriving Physicians and Thriving Idealist, she equips helpers and leaders struggling with overwhelm, overwork or feeling stuck with tools and resources to master themselves so they can liv…
 
In this episode, Chela explores what it means to have and realize your Calling, how to be in an emergent relationship with your life’s work that allows it and you to evolve over time. She shares the four cornerstones of a fulfilling and sustainable Vocational Calling and how to check for greater alignment with purpose. She also cautions against som…
 
Jason Melchi is the founder and Chief Data Dude at Empact Solutions, a purpose-driven organization that is focused on transforming youth justice through an empowered and collaborative use of data. Think data doesn’t apply to your role as a leader? Think data is boring? Jason implores you to think again. Leaders can exert a powerful effect on behavi…
 
Marsha Shandur of Yes Yes Marsha is a Storytelling, Communication and Speaker Coach who has taught hundreds of individuals and groups of executives, entrepreneurs and professionals across the world. This episode explores the role of storytelling in leadership and the importance of vulnerability when it comes to connecting and engaging with your aud…
 
Shannon Thompson is the Founder/Visionary Director and Birth Mama of the social change organization, Shakti Rising, an expert in the field of addiction, recovery and leadership development and a highly sought after facilitator and consultant of interpersonal dynamics, leadership cultivation, and sustainable healing practices. This episode explores …
 
Miriam Mason Martineau is a mother, therapeutic counselor, parenting coach, writer, speaker, and researcher who helps clients discover and express their evolving potential – in themselves, their relationships, and the world. This episode explores the interface between leadership, parenting, age transition, intimacy of family values and how that pre…
 
This solo jam dives into the nature and wisdom of resistance, whether it’s the voice in your head stopping you from pursuing an exciting but terrifying project or recurring behavioural patterns preventing you from taking action on things you know are good for you. Chela explores the most common resistance patterns, how to embrace change and tap int…
 
Ellen Sprenger, CEO & Founder, Spring Strategies is a strategist and advocate for social and climate justice, working with over 200 organizations worldwide and sees leadership as being intentional about leaving a space better than you found it. This episode explores the power of collective intelligence and how to build healthy, generatives teams an…
 
Terri Cole is a licensed psychotherapist, relationship expert and founder of Real Love Revolution, Boundary Bootcamp and author of the upcoming book, Boundary Boss. This episode kicks off by exploring the ways in which the work Terri is leading has really led and developed her in profound ways, no matter how far you go in your leadership journey, n…
 
How do we move coherently amongst each other, but all empowered in our gifts? This is just one of the questions brought forward by Ian MacKenzie, filmmaker and visionary artist, host of the Mythic Masculine Podcast and creator of the Mythic Masculine Network. Listen in as they cover what it means to work at the intersection of emergence, eros & vil…
 
Brooke McNamara, MFA, is a poet, dance-theater artist, teacher, and ordained Zen monk. She has published two books of poems: Bury the Seed (2020) and Feed Your Vow and is the creator and instructor of multiple online courses. She is most passionate about creating and tending genuine + diverse practice spaces and models this very capacity in this ep…
 
Shahar Rabi, Ph.D., is the Co-Founder and Director of Education for the New Earth Institute and author of Spiritual Misfits, Collaboration and Belonging in a Divisive World. We dive into the challenges and fears that arise when moving into collaborative leadership and how to cultivate unwavering trust, even in the face of immense adversity, mental …
 
Erin Thorp cut her teeth on leadership early on, caring for her younger siblings in a challenging family environment. Her next big leadership challenge became building her career in construction engineering as a woman and emotional being. The modeling and leadership feedback she repeatedly received was that she needs to be less emotional. Her dive …
 
This solo jam dives into the nature of suffering, from the small day to day grievances to the huge themes and challenges we’re navigating as human beings. Chela explores our relationship with aspirations, pain and the resistance of reality as the seat of suffering. She shares her learning of why radical acceptance of what is, is the first step in b…
 
Holiday is a sociologist, integral coach, writer and speaker on the topics of philosophy, justice, culture and personal transformation. A recent viral article about performative allyship went viral and landed her as a voice in the public sphere on racial equity. This episode begins by discussing the various leadership identities that Holiday is swi…
 
Irene Lyon, MSC and nervous system expert, teaches people around the world how to work with the nervous system to transform trauma and live full, creative lives. To date, her online programs have reached thousands of people in over 60 countries. With her Master’s Degree in Biomedical and Health Science and a knack for explaining complex topics in e…
 
Sarah K Peck is the founder and CEO of Startup Pregnant and the host of The Startup Pregnant Podcast, where she helps working parents try to navigate everyday insanity. As both an entrepreneur and parent of two small children, Sarah offers parents of future generations (and anyone who ever was a child) sound considerations about how the working wor…
 
Karine Bell is a somatics, embodiment & mindfulness teacher dedicated to healing through the body. We explore the converging threads of history and identity that’s brought Karine to forming and leading an emergent embodied healing community called Rooted. We explore the ways our pain and trauma are not only doorways to healing, but can be the very …
 
In conversation with Leslie Williams, Master Certified Integral Coach, and President of LeaderShift Consulting, a global executive coaching practice. Leslie works with leaders who see their own development as the next step to greater impact and are working on behalf of social/global good. We explore the concept of aliveness as power, wellbeing as f…
 
In dialgoue with Kelly Diels, Feminist educator, writer and coach, who brings fierce insight and strategy to what it means to bake justice into your business practices. Chela and Kelly look at the ways that we all exist in and perpetuate the culture around us, and where we have influence that can be leveraged for justice. This includes finding alte…
 
In dialogue with Sebene Selassie, teacher, author and speaker who explores belonging and identity, deep diving into these topics in her forthcoming book, You Belong. Sebene offers up paradoxes for us to grapple with, inviting a reckoning with culturally created separateness and the ultimate truth of our belonging. Sebene and Chela explore many them…
 
In dialogue with Rachael Maddox, trauma resolution educator, author, coach and guide. Chela and Rachael jam on domination and control versus co-creation and adaptability, hierarchy and its role inside of cooperation. Examine links between leadership and white supremacy, anti-Racism work, how to take care of yourself without bypassing, while learnin…
 
Welcome to the very first episode of What is Leadership?! Chela invites you into the ongoing conversation that this podcast is initiating. She begins by asking questions she finds daunting, unanswerable even, the questions guiding her leadership, unique contributions and this podcast. Exploring how stories embed themselves into identities and appro…
 
What do you think of when you hear the word ‘leadership’? Who do you picture when you see a leader? Announcing the August launch of my new podcast What is Leadership, where we explore this very question. It’s an invitation into a conversation about how we are creating a new world while navigating new and unknown territory. This is a claim that lead…
 
Quem não ama um injustiçado, não é mesmo? O campeão moral. O vencedor do povo. Nem sempre a academia premia os filmes e profissionais que mereciam naquele ano. Algumas vezes obras geniais são ignoradas e outras vezes elas são tão a frente de seu tempo que são apreciadas em sua totalidade apenas anos depois, deixando para trás aquela sensação de que…
 
Wakanda Forever! Se você começou a procurar na internet oportunidades de emprego em Wakanda, certamente já assistiu Pantera Negra e se apaixonou pelo melhor país que não existe. Já consolidado como o campeão de bilheteria do ano até aqui, Pantera Negra arrecadou mais de um bilhão de dólares no mundo e levou multidões a discussões intermináveis sobr…
 
Estamos presenciando a chegada de vários grandes nomes femininos da ficção-científica ao Brasil. Octavia E. Butler, Margaret Atwood, Connie Willis e tantas outras estão recebendo o merecido destaque nas prateleiras brasileiras. Por isso, nada melhor do que bater um papo sobre as grandes mulheres da ficção-científica. Autoras e personagens que marca…
 
Está chegando! A cerimônia de entrega dos prêmios da academia acontece nesse domingo, dia 4 de março e, como acontece todos os anos, irá premiar o que (teoricamente) houve de melhor no cinema de língua inglesa no ano anterior. Hoje falamos sobre os 9 indicados a Melhor Filme e também damos nossos palpites sobre as principais categorias.…
 
Esse é um dos nossos temas tradicionais. Todos os anos escolhemos 5 filmes que tiveram pouca repercussão no ano anterior e indicamos aqui no Papricast. Vale terror, drama, comédia... qualquer coisa, desde que seja um filme que valha a pena ser assistido e que tenha passado fora do radar do grande público. De segunda a sexta vamos revelando quais os…
 
2018 mal começou e já promete fortes emoções. Carnaval tem todos os anos, mas carnaval, Copa do Mundo e eleições presidenciais, tudo junto, é só de 4 em 4 anos. Fora isso temos todos os grandes filmes, jogos e séries que prometem movimentar o ano. Durante toda essa semana conversaremos sobre nossas maiores expectativas para 2018. ATENÇÃO: Além da v…
 
Passado quase um mês do lançamento da 4ª temporada de Black Mirror na Netflix, muita gente já caiu de cabeça nas histórias criadas pelo roteirista Charlie Brooker. Sempre analisando a condição humana em justaposição com a tecnologia, os episódios dessa nova empreitada nos levam aos confins do universo e futuros pós-apocalípticos mas também a versõe…
 
Uma das grandes surpresas de 2017. Quem diria que uma série alemã arrebataria as conversas de final de ano? Se ainda não ouviu a pergunta "você já assistiu Dark?" pode acreditar, você é uma exceção. Com uma produção impecável, um grande e afinado elenco e uma história intrincada, que vai deixar você consfuso e intrigado ao mesmo tempo, Dark é uma d…
 
Nada melhor do que começar um ano novo expurgando as tretas do ano anterior, certo? Por isso essa semana vai ser um remember das grandes (e nem tão grandes) tretas que mexeram com o 2017 de quem acompanha o mundo do cinema, séries e… o Papricast. Junto com Nayra e Priscila Schall, vamos relembrar os grande momentos tretosos do último ano e lembrar …
 
Ano novo, filme velho. É hora de aproveitar a primeira semana de 2018 para falar sobre Os Últimos Jedi, novo filme da franquia Star Wars que estreou em dezembro. Recebido com clamor pela crítica e com ódio por parte dos fãs, o novo episódio da saga Skywalker tem tudo de melhor e de pior em Star Wars. Pegue seu sabre de luz e vamos discutir os ponto…
 
Natal! Sim, esse programa está saindo em plena noite de Natal para começar a semana discutindo o futuro das franquias da Fox que agora passarão a partencer à empresa de Seu Waldisney. Afinal qual o futuro das redes de streaming com a entrada dessa gigante no mercado? O que será de franquias como Aliens, Simpsons, Planeta dos Macacos e Avatar na mão…
 
Assim como fizemos no meio do ano, chegou a hora de avaliar o que de melhor e pior assistimos nesse semestre. No programa dividido por blocos começamos falando sobre melhores séries e seguimos na seguinte ordem: piores séries, melhores filmes, piores filmes e o melhor e pior de outras mídias. ATENÇÃO: Além da versão em blocos, como prometido, lança…
 
Essa semana é tempo de falar de literatura nacional. Aproveitamos o lançamento de Ordem Vermelha – Filhos da Degradação, co-produção da Editora Intrínseca e da CCXP, para conversar com Daniel Lameira e Felipe Castilho, respectivamente editor e autor do livro. Nesse papo, que durou 5 blocos, conversamos sobre o início da carreira do Felipe, fantasia…
 
Estaaaaaamos de volta! Depois de um pequeno período de férias, voltamos com novidades no programa. A partir de hoje o Papricast aparece no seu feed de segunda a sexta-feira, em 5 blocos que podem, ou não, ser sobre um mesmo assunto. Todos os dias as 8h da manhã, um novo bloco estará disponível tanto no feed, quanto na atualização deste post. Nessa …
 
MUDAMOS PARA https://soundcloud.com/hypeboxOlá Serumaninhos! O tema desse programa é filmes que ganharam Oscar de melhor atriz/ator. Vamos fazer um game sobre esses filmes e os participantes deverão acertar o nome do filme a partir de dicas que daremos. A qualquer momento, enquanto as dicas são dadas, os participantes podem acionar um dispositivo p…
 
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