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Science Talk

Scientific American

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Science Talk is a podcast of longer-form audio experiments from Scientific American--from immersive sonic journeys into nature to deep dives into research with leading experts.
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This Anthro Life

Anthrocurious, LLC

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This Anthro Life is the premiere go-to Anthropology Podcast that fuses human insights with cultural storytelling. We equip you with a deep understanding of the human experience to revolutionize your decision-making strategies and social impact. Head over to https://www.thisanthrolife.org to learn more. Spearheaded by acclaimed Anthropologist Dr. Adam Gamwell, This Anthro Life equips leaders, individuals, and organizations to shape a more compassionate future. We aim to broaden perspectives a ...
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Breaking the Code

Havas Medical Anthropology

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Behavioral science is a cornerstone of modern marketing practice, but much of what passes itself off as behavioral science is just bs. Good social science gives us the insights and roadmap we need to change behavior, but bad social science just muddies the water and tarnishes the social sciences. As behavior change is a core objective of marketing, getting behavioral science right is crucial. Join us as two behavioral scientists sound off on what is, and isn't, good social science, from a va ...
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The Anthropology in Business podcast is for anthropologists and business leaders interested in learning more about the many ways anthropology is applied in business and why business anthropology is one of the most effective lenses for making sense of organizations and consumers. It is hosted by Matt Artz, a business anthropologist specializing in design anthropology and working at the intersection of product management, user experience, and business strategy. To learn more about the Anthropo ...
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How does work culture shape human behavior and experience? How do humans create cultures? From uncomfortable truths to heart-to-heart conversations, Culture First uncovers what it really takes to build a better world of work. We all aspire to rise above the day-to-day commotion and bring more humanity into our work lives. Our host Damon Klotz is dedicated to understanding how we find meaning in our work and how to better the experience humans have within organizations. Join him as he explore ...
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The Lizzie Ens Show

Inspired Choices Network

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The Lizzie Ens Show LIVE FRIDAYS 3 PM ET/2 CT/1 MT/12 PT Welcome to The Lizzie Ens Show a renegade revolution. A space where we delve into health, fitness, mindset, business, and personal journeys. As a Business owner, Author, Speaker, and Functional Nutrition Coach, Lizzie Ens draws on her unique background growing up Amish and breaking free at 19 years old to help hundreds of clients transition from a state of acceptance to feeling amazing through her program, Undiet You. On "The Lizzie En ...
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Scientist. Activist. Storyteller. Icon. Jane Goodall blazed the trail and changed the world. Now, she's studying new subjects – humans! This brand-new podcast will take listeners on a one-of –a-kind journey as they learn from Dr. Goodall's extraordinary life, hear from changemaking guests from every arena, and become awed by a growing movement sparked by Jane and fueled by hope. Join us as we get curious, grow compassion and take action to build a better world for all.
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Human Centered

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences

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Conversations about projects and research undertaken by scholars & affiliates of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University; interviews with renowned fellows from CASBS history; and audio versions of some CASBS live events. CASBS is a scholarly community like no other for collaborative, cross-disciplinary, generative research. It brings together deep thinkers to address wicked problems and significant societal challenges. It empowers them to chall ...
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Welcome to the Grow Places podcast where we explore the virtuous circle of people growth and place. Brought to you by Grow Places and hosted by our Founder, Tom Larsson. These short conversations with industry leaders and community figures share insights on the built environment and open up about their purpose and what drives them on a personal level. Thank you for listening. For more information please visit our website; www.growplaces.com and connect with us @WeGrowPlaces across all social ...
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Decoding Culture with Dr John Curran

Decoding Culture with Dr John Curran

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In the Decoding Podcast, Dr John Curran speaks to a range of interesting guests that provide insights into how everyday culture shapes how we work, consume and live our lives. The podcast will focus on the importance that culture plays in all areas of business and society, from how it shapes organisations and work to how it influences consumer experience, design, and larger societal trends. By exploring culture through anthropology, systems psychodynamics and ethnography, the podcast will gi ...
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The British Academy

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The British Academy is the UK’s national academy for the humanities and social sciences. We mobilise these disciplines to understand the world and shape a brighter future. ​ From artificial intelligence to climate change, from building prosperity to improving well-being – today’s complex challenges can only be resolved by deepening our insight into people, cultures and societies.​ We invest in researchers and projects across the UK and overseas, ​engage the public with fresh thinking and deb ...
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Wild Thing is a long-form, narrative podcast about the obsessions that capture our imaginations. This sound-rich and deeply reported show examines the relationship between science and society—that point where scientific inquiry collides with our very human desire to find answers, even when there are none. Whether it's seeking out Sasquatch, looking skyward for extraterrestrial life, or probing the power of the atom, exploring the unknown helps us better understand ourselves. Every season, ho ...
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The Strategic Growth Podcast features expert insights, interviews with thought leaders & business plan triage for entrepreneurs, funders & decision-makers. Hosted by Kyle Golding, entrepreneur and Chief Strategic Idealist for The Golding Group. Formerly known as the #NeoMarketing Podcast.
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Jessica Kumar is an American development advocate living in Bihar, India. She engages in powerful &empathetic interviews to shed light on lesser known aspects of Indian culture, founded in cultural anthropology, sprinkled with hints of modern relationships. Join us to hear diverse voices, stereotype breakers & interesting people who are experts in: -language learning (specifically acquisition of South Asian languages) -breaking stereotypes about racial identity -cross-cultural parenting -int ...
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Topics of this podcast are religion, politics, animals, UFOs, modern technology, food, artists and their music, Anthropology, cooking, studying, the sciences, Wellness, meditation, ect. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/onyx-shahbaz/support
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If you strive to learn something new every day then this podcast is for you. We cover everything from anthropology and airplanes to biology, entrepreneurship, nutrition, productivity, wellness, and more. S3 exists because life is better with sprinkles! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/s3/support
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About the Curious Advantage Podcast Series The Curious Advantage Podcast series is brought to you by the authors of the book The Curious Advantage, Paul Ashcroft, Simon Brown & Garrick Jones and it is about how individuals and organisations use the power of curiosity to drive success in their lives and organisations, especially in the context of our new digital reality. It brings to life the latest understanding from neuroscience, anthropology, history and behaviourism about curiosity and ma ...
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The Great Indian BrandWagon

HT Smartcast Originals

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Branding is at the heart of businesses. If done right, branding gives them a voice, a perspective and a lifelong connection with their consumer. But, what does it mean to create a brand for a diverse country like India? Well beyond the Kotlers of the world, Rutu Mody Kamdar, Founder, Jigsaw Brand Consultancy, hopes to explore branding in India at the intersection of its history, sociology, psychology, and anthropology. Come join us on this exciting new journey of discovering the India वाला p ...
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The Anthro to UX podcast is for anthropologists looking to break into user experience (UX) research. Through conversations with leading anthropologists working in UX, you will learn firsthand how others made the transition, what they learned along the way, and what they would do differently. We will also discuss what it means to do UX research from a practical perspective and what you need to do to prepare a resume and portfolio. It is hosted by Matt Artz (https://mattartz.me), a business an ...
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All organisations are fundamentally in the business of behaviour change. But how well does your organisation understand behaviour? In “The B-Word”, Deloitte’s global Behaviour First leader James Healy explores how organisations can use a better understanding of human behaviour to address some of their most pressing challenges. Featuring leading figures from social and behavioural science discussing a diverse range of topics, the B-Word is a fascinating exploration of what it means to be huma ...
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Discussions about nationality, Moorish history, science, astronomy, astrology, anthropology, archeology Personal health, natural cures, herbs, ancient civilizations, Law, Contract Law, Private and Public Law, Political Science, Personal and Group food creation. To own a business that belongs to you http://www.newdebtelimination.com
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Start your journey with the Living in the Virtues of Your Strengths Podcast here!What does it mean to live in the virtue of your strengths? This podcast lays the foundation of Catholic anthropology and Pope St. John Paul II's Personalism to help frame our ethical conversation following episodes around living our strengths virtuously.
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If you want to understand how social scientists’ study human behaviour, how industry innovates or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place! Join our hosts as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance industry, scholarship and/or ...
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Eternal Elements are your personal ubiquitous eMentoring concept podcasts on Leadership & Management. The Author, Niket Karajagi, is a Mechanical Engineer with, MBA in International Business Management, ICF accredited Coach, Certified MBTI, FIRO-B, DISC, Saville, and Global Leaders of Future Assessor. Niket Karajagi, your host & AtyaasaaOnline e-learning MOOC, brings you the Eternal Elements podcasts on real-time people and management challenges that organizations face in the current Volatil ...
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The Innovation in Digital Anthropology podcast is brought to you by the LiiV Center and Matt Artz. The LiiV Center is a nonprofit advancing how the world understands people in the digital age. The team at the Liiv Center, in partnership with UNESCO, is working to advance education, technology, and awareness for innovation in digital anthropology as a force for good across the public and private sectors. To help accomplish that goal, we have created this podcast, in which we will explore the ...
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DIG THIS

Podcast Production by Podstarter

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Welcome to DIG THIS - An archaeology podcast for good. Kind of like Indiana Jones…if he was a woman…more ethical…gave a shit about the people whose belongings he was stealing…and was actually doing real archaeological work. Ok. Nothing like Indiana Jones. Every Wednesday, Jenny Botica and Amanda Marshall have a laugh, cry, or howl at the moon over lessons learned during their 20+ years as archeologists, business owners, partners, and moms. Fearless and fierce conversations that focus on the ...
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Our show covers items of interest to modern society. Major items of history, anthropology, politics, and technical achievements impacting society.ExploreTraveler is a podcast that takes you on a journey around the world, exploring different destinations, cultures, and lifestyles. Hosted by travel enthusiasts, this podcast aims to inspire and inform listeners with firsthand accounts of their travel experiences, insights on the best places to visit, and tips on how to make the most of your tra ...
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Did you ever wonder how an innovation got to its finish line? How innovators saw the future, made a product, and created change – in our world and in their companies? I did. Innovation Storytellers invites changemakers to describe how they created their innovation and just as important – THE STORIES – that made us fall in love with them. Come learn how great innovations need great stories to make them move around the world and how to become a better storyteller in the process. I’m Susan Lind ...
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The Innovative Executive is a show that tackles the importance of innovation to create new growth opportunities. It focuses on 3 main areas: Rethinking your business models, collaboration, and leveraging technology. Our guests are industry experts who share powerful insights and deliver practical theories. We explore how innovative executives are driving their businesses forward by looking to focus on innovation that comes from customer priorities and new market opportunities. Furthermore, t ...
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Learn how everyday people in business and career pathways systematically recognise, dismantle and master mistakes leading to higher levels of success within their chosen field. A mistake and advice guide for life.
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The Digital Marketing Victories podcast is a monthly show where we explore and celebrate the soft skills and tactics it takes to lead digital transformation successfully. Great digital marketers understand that people are the most challenging part of doing their jobs. This show focuses on the people part of their digital marketing wins – and what tactics or skills the guests used to align people with their marketing strategy. We feature people who have persuaded others to adopt new technolog ...
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Protected Space

with Dr. Erin Attaway and Bryant Liggett

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Welcome to Protected Space. Join us as we embark on an enlightening journey through the complex web of politics, science, philosophy, religion, ethics, and more, all interwoven with the profound tapestry of human reproduction. In this intimate sanctuary of conversation, we bring together experts from diverse disciplines to unravel the mysteries and challenges that often lurk in the shadows of infertility. We go beyond the headlines and delve into the heart of the matter, shedding light on fe ...
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This is a podcast series from Saïd Business School at Oxford University, presented by Peter Tufano, Peter Moores Dean and Professor of Finance. We will be sharing insights from our research and hearing from people on the frontlines. Leaders who are not just thinking about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, but dealing with it. This is not a time for business as usual. This is a time for business unusual. We need to think about the world in which we find ourselves, but also the world tha ...
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BMC’s Digital Outliers features conversations with some of our industry’s brightest minds as they examine the many ways digital technology is transforming the modern workplace. While they discuss parameters for Go and No Go, they also provide prescriptive guide points for companies that want to be more successful in capitalizing on the value the digital workplace offers for greater growth. Is your organization working toward a digital workplace? Assess your progress and create a customized b ...
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The annual Response-Ability Summit, formerly the Anthropology + Technology conference, brings together leading experts from the social sciences and technology to champion socially-responsible tech, and to foster dialogue and collaboration across the disciplines. The summit has been curated to help today’s leading technology companies understand the significant value of combining teams of technologists with social scientists. Together we can build a future in which socially-responsible tech i ...
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Deep from inside the City's shadows... author, speaker, NED and ex investment gatekeeper Jon 'JB' Beckett explores the Industry's taboo and hot topics. Dear Citizens of the People's Republic of Podcast, welcome! The New Fund Order is here; from existential risk to the human condition, a contrarian exploration of the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of; Asset Management, Finance, Fintech, Mutual Funds and Macro. Bringing you news, views and interviews. Like a philosophy-economics mash up ...
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In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Jay Hasbrouck speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. They also discuss the evolving role of anthropology and insights in business, the second edition of his book Ethnographic Thinking: From Method to Mindset, and how ethnographic thinking can help organizations n…
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What better way to understand venture capital investing than by interviewing a specialist with tremendous professional experience? Our special guest is Kevin Moore, Founder and Managing Partner of Serac Ventures in Oklahoma City. Moore has over 16 years of experience in finance and private markets investing. Prior to Serac Ventures, he was a Partne…
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Inspired by the year 2,000, Jen and Pete noodle on the anticipation and building up to a big event, and how we might utilize that planning period in our every day life. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are some tools to utilize if there is something coming up that makes you nervous? Within a large event or difficult discu…
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Have you ever wondered how innovative peer networks can transform business outcomes? In this episode of Innovation Storytellers Show, I sit down with Roland Deiser, the Founder & Executive Chairman of the Center for the Future of Organization, to explore this fascinating topic. Roland Deiser brings a wealth of knowledge on the subject, with his ext…
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Delve into the world of software development, work culture, and the philosophy of 'good enoughness,' with Paula Bialski. I'm Adam Gamwell as a cultural anthropologist and award-winning media creator, I specialize in storytelling. My diverse background spans startups, nonprofits, cultural organizations, and Fortune 1000 companies, focusing on applie…
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The Lizzie Ens Show Have you ever pondered the journey to becoming an SAS sergeant? Well, today, I have the privilege of interviewing one of the finest in the industry, Melvyn Downes. With a career marked by resilience, courage, and an unwavering commitment to excellence, Downes is here to share his unparalleled insights with all of you. Tune in as…
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Providing high-quality bedding and linens is a critical part of elevating the guest experience to ensure a dream-worthy stay. With a storied history in U.S.-based manufacturing since 1889, American Blossom Linens, a brand of bedding made by Thomaston Mills, is a pioneer in providing American-made bedding and linens for independent lodging. We are v…
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As people become more conscious and more knowledgeable about their health, it's on brands and health institutions to become more intimately aware of their consumer's (or patient's) health needs and goals. Someone who "does their own research" isn't operating in a silo - they still rely on the opinions of others, friends, influencers, health profess…
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Inspired by advice from a pediatrician, Pete and Jen noodle on questions that inspire a different perspective when it comes to leadership. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Is this certain issue bothering me, or is it bothering my client or direct report? How might we think about leadership in terms of the needs of the person o…
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What defines a strong communications culture, and how does it enable better innovation outcomes? In this episode of Innovation Storytellers, I welcome Niosha Kayhani, Director of International Programs and Commercial Products at Cubic. We delve into how his role shifted from individual innovator to empowering others to create and lead within a glob…
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Bryan Caplan is Professor of Economics at George Mason University. A bestselling author, his books include The Case Against Education, Open Borders, and Build, Baby, Build: The Science and Ethics of Housing Deregulation. Full transcript available at: josephnoelwalker.com/bryan-caplan-155 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In this podcast episode, Adam hosts Paul Austin, founder of Third Wave, to discuss his journey with psychedelics, microdosing, and the intersection with leadership and personal development. Paul shares his personal background, from growing up in a traditional Midwest home to experimenting with cannabis and psychedelics which led him to explore the …
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I’m Not Fine with Lizzie Ens Ever feel like you are just not made out for hard challenges in life? What if I told you the answer is already within you and you do have what it takes. In this episode, we're tackling the concept of mental fitness, drawing parallels to physical fitness. Just as we train our bodies to lift weights, mental fitness equips…
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This week, Jen and Pete appreciate the idea of looking for the genius in the every person they interact with, from clients to friends to strangers. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What does it mean to assume genius in someone else? Why is it important to have belief in someone, even if they might not have it of themselves? Wh…
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Today, we've got a special doubleheader episode that dives deep into the world of innovation consulting. But we're not just talking about any consultants; today's guests bring a distinctive approach to the innovation landscape. They hail from a firm that attracts the most creative clients and crafts unique solutions based on their diverse backgroun…
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I’m Not Fine with Lizzie Ens Welcome to the latest episode on the I’m Not Fine show where we delve into the intriguing world of the Amish community with your host, Lizzie Ens. Lizzie is not only a Board Certified Functional Nutrition Coach but also a former member of the Amish community, offering a unique perspective on life within its strict confi…
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How can we democratize access to talent and foster equal opportunities? In this insightful episode of This Anthro Life, we delve into the transformative power of the COVID-19 pandemic on the shift to online work. We discuss the potential of remote work to create a more equal playing field in the job market, Fredrik sharing his experience of buildin…
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We have two return guests, Suzette Change and Corey Walker, on the podcast today to talk about a BBQ fundraiser for Thick Descriptions, a non-profit org. that disrupts traditional education methods to help humans thrive where they are, building a better community with anthropology. They add anthropology to STEM education (making it STEAM). Thick De…
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On this show, we’ve been talking about uncertainty from a variety of different angles. We’ve heard how uncertainty can be a spark for creativity and scientific discovery. We’ve discussed how uncertainty can go unseen and make science really difficult. And we’ve explored some of the research techniques and habits of mind that researchers use to deal…
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Join hosts Paul Ashcroft, Simon Brown, and Garrick Jones as they dive into the world of artificial intelligence with Jaeden Schafer, the visionary behind the top AI podcasts, "AI Chat," "AI Applied," and "AI Hustle," collectively boasting over 2 million annual listens. In this episode, discover the origins of Jaeden's passion for AI and the journey…
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Labor historian & 2023-24 CASBS fellow Gabriel Winant in conversation with 2018-19 CASBS fellow Ruth Milkman, among the nation's most renowned sociologists of labor. In addition to analyzing divisions within and segmentation across labor markets in recent decades, Milkman also has remained attuned to the complexity of the overall working class expe…
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Inspired by a book by Priya Parker, Pete and Jen noodle on the idea of how to begin the leading of a gathering, and how that beginning might affect the rest of the experience. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Why might it be best not to start a funeral with logistics? Why is context imporant, when thinking about a beginning? W…
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My guest on the Innovation Storytellers Show this week is someone who’s turned understanding and exhibiting failures into an art form. Dr. Samuel West is a licensed clinical psychologist keen on the intersection of happiness, work, and cultural perceptions of failure. Dr. West’s journey from treating clinical issues like depression to exploring org…
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Have you ever walked through a place that felt like it was part of your soul - that you belonged? Join us on the Grow Places podcast with Joy Nazzari, Founder of DNCO, who weaves her global experiences and cultural insights into the art of storytelling, brand and Place Purpose, that resonate with our deepest human needs. Our conversation takes you …
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I’m Not Fine with Lizzie Ens Are you someone with hypothyroidism struggling to lose weight and keep it off? On this episode join your host Lizzie Ens Functional Nutrition Practitioner as I delve into the often challenging journey of weight loss for individuals with hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism, a condition where the thyroid gland doesn't produce …
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In this second episode of series 4 I am going to explore how maybe we can begin to understand what the next few years might look like in terms of office design and use and how society perceives work. To help me with this, I discuss with my guest Professor Jeremy Myerson his new book ‘Unworking: The Reinvention of the Modern Office that he co-author…
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How do the hidden costs of technology, like social media and search engines, shape our lives in unforeseen ways? In this compelling episode of This Anthro Life, we engage with filmmaker David Donnelly, delving into the depths of his documentary "Cost of Convenience." Donnelly's exploration uncovers the intricate web of consequences spawned by techn…
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Science is an iterative process. Progress comes from people coming up with ideas that are sort of right and then new evidence and ideas coming in to update them to become even more correct. Underlying this process is a willingness by scientists to accept that they might be wrong and be open to updating their ideas. It turns out that social scientis…
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Inspired by a new aha moment, Jen and Pete noodle on how there might be five points of contact in many different social interactions, and how we might prepare for these exchanges. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are the five points of contact in an audition? How might the five points of contact apply to many different so…
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How often do we pause to consider the intricate, behind-the-scenes balance of technology and strategy that powers our everyday lives? In this episode of the Innovation Storytellers Show, I have an enlightening conversation with Heather Feldman, Director of Learning & Development at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Heather shares insigh…
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Leland Lazarus joins Juliet to talk about Chinese and Taiwanese engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean, from official diplomatic activities to BRI projects to transnational organized crime. Leland Lazarus is the Associate Director of National Security at Florida International University’s Jack D. Gordon Institute of Public Policy. He is an e…
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Join Damon at Culture First Virtual 2024 to hear from Esther Perel, Megan Rapinoe and Ben Crowe. Register here to get your free ticket & a thank you for being a Podcast listener. Register now. In this episode, Damon Klotz and Chip Conley explore what it means to be a modern elder, ponder the notion of our identity being wrapped up in our work, and …
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In this episode of Protected Space, we meet Arianna: A dual-degree PhD/MPH student at the University of Alabama getting her doctorate in medical anthropology with a focus on assisted reproductive technologies. Her research takes a comparative look at ART in Alabama and Argentina. Her interests also include provider, intended parent, and egg donor e…
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How do societal norms and personal experiences intersect in shaping our understanding of love and sexuality? In this insightful episode of This Anthro Life, we delve into transforming the landscape of Sexual Norms with Dr. Leanna Wolfe. We delve into the intricate connections between love, anthropology, and human desires. Dr. Wolfe’s memoir, "177 L…
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About This Episode In this episode, we’re joined by Lloyed Lobo, an entrepreneur, podcast host, and community builder. He’s the Co-founder of Boast.AI and Traction. Lloyed is also the author of 'From Grassroots To Greatness’. Lloyed experienced the Gulf War as a young refugee in Kuwait, witnessing the strength of the community in evacuating the pop…
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Today’s episode of Uncertain is about the ways that studies can leave us overconfident and how “just-so stories” can make us feel overly certain about results that are still a work in progress. And sometimes studies get misleading results because of random error or weird samples or study design. But sometimes science gets things wrong because it’s …
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In honor of Parkinson's awareness month, we're joined by Howard Lenn, EVP, Executive Creative Director at Havas Health Plus, to discuss his team's approach to the work on the "The Kama Sutra of Parkinson's", ParkinSex. Couples that include someone with Parkinson's are more likely to separate than couples that don't. Howard talks about the massive s…
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Inspired by a song by Gloria Estefan, Jen and Pete noodle on the idea of getting up on your feet early in the creative process. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are the benefits to getting up on your feet early in the creation of a workshop or keynote? Why is context important when getting a new idea up on its feet in fro…
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In this episode of the Innovation Storytellers Show, we journey beyond the executive boardroom to explore the vibrant intersections of social communities, networks, and the transformative power of sharing knowledge. I welcome Leigh Higginbotham Butler, the Founder & CEO of Akina Technologies, to delve into how Akina is revolutionizing networking fo…
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I’m Not Fine with Lizzie Ens Most people are over-educated on the wrong things and under-educated on the right things. In this episode, I delve into the transformative concept of undieting—a holistic approach to wellness that emphasizes intuitive eating, self-compassion, and mindful movement over restrictive dieting. You will learn how releasing th…
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Often overlooked, having a professionally designed interior can make your property truly stand out, reflect your brand and maximize the guest experience. Starting out as a designer of home furnishings, James Kuester of Küster Design, transitioned his business to focus on interior design for the independent lodging sector. His firm’s focus is on int…
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On this episode of Protected Space, we meet Jade; a Pharmacist, Functional Medicine Doctor, independent pharmacy owner, and autoimmune disease warrior. Jade digs deep into her career as a pharmacist and what led her to pursuing her functional medicine certification, and why she believes in the marriage of both worlds. She is passionate about the ep…
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How can entrepreneurial spirit redefine traditional career paths and drive societal change through innovative collaboration? In this enlightening episode of This Anthro Life, inspired by "Venture Meets Mission," we engage with author Gupta to unravel the transformative potential of entrepreneurship. Gupta advocates for a nonlinear career path, urgi…
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Join Damon at Culture First Virtual 2024 to hear from Esther Perel, Megan Rapinoe and Ben Crowe. Register here to get your free ticket & a thank you for being a Podcast listener. Register now. This May, people leaders and culture creators from all over the world will gather to share innovative ideas and insights on improving organizational culture.…
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Inspired by an idea from James Clear, Pete and Jen noodle on the categorization of a problem as either a muddy puddle or a leaky ceiling. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is the difference between a problem that is a muddy puddle and a problem that is a leaky ceiling? How might someone determine how to categorize challeng…
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