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Can we learn to make smarter choices? Wharton professor Katy Milkman shares stories of irrational decision making--from historical blunders to the kinds of everyday errors that could affect your future. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics, exposing the psychological traps that lead to expensive mistakes. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for informational ...
 
The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
 
On Wisdom features a social and cognitive scientist in Toronto and an educator in London discussing the latest empirical science regarding the nature of wisdom. Igor Grossmann runs the Wisdom & Culture Lab at the University of Waterloo in Canada. Charles Cassidy runs the Evidence-Based Wisdom project in London, UK. The podcast thrives on a diet of freewheeling conversation on wisdom, decision-making, wellbeing, and society and includes regular guests spots with leading behavioral scientists ...
 
Welcome to the Career Foresight Podcast. This is the show that dives into conversations about the future of work for creative professionals. Jennifer Spoelma, a career coach, author and speaker is your passionate, thoughtful & inquisitive host. Her specialty is helping ambitious, creative professionals build careers that align with their strengths, interests, lifestyle and goals. There are so many options and opportunities in our world today to do work that matters, motivates us, and allows ...
 
*Ranked a "2019 Top Podcast* This is a podcast that brings transparency to top performers, careers, and topics. My name is Justin "Hasard" Lee. I'm an active F-35 fighter pilot for the Air Force. One of the most important lessons I've learned is that you have to be selective with who you listen to--there's a lot of noise out there. The goal of this podcast is to find experts who are at the top of their field to share their insights based on credibility and experience. About the Host:"Major L ...
 
In organizations around the world, leaders are facing a deluge of urgent issues: a crisis in employee engagement, the need to make workforces more diverse, and the challenge of making workplaces feel human in an era of increasing dependence on technology and remote communication. At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we believe brain science can help provide solutions. Join us on Your Brain At Work, the official podcast of the NeuroLeadership Institute — where top researchers and thought leaders ...
 
Bushwick Junction is an interview-style show in which guests tell the stories of their lives as a series of decisions. Starting at the beginning, host Asha Saluja maps the road between birth and airtime, focusing on the big choices that led us to where we are. Is our destination fated, or can our direction at any given junction change our course forever?
 
In a perfect world, we’d all be rational decision makers. In reality, our brains seem hardwired to lead us astray. Join Mike Norton and Allison Schrager as they explore the psychological forces that drive attitudes and decisions around money and investing — and how this impacts our lives, our finances and even the markets. Talking Green is an original podcast from TD Ameritrade, produced together with The New York Times’s T Brand Studio.
 
Biz EVOLution Radio is a radio show that discusses evolving trends in the world of business and leadership inside various fields and disciplines. Each episode revolves around a currently trending topic while featuring an interview with a successful leader or leading edge thinker. Jon Alexander Martin, Principal of Fifth Element Consulting, hosts the show.
 
Empowering you to know that you know, Stephanie Richardson and Heather Smith, facilitators of Access Consciousness®, co-host this vibrant show that gives you tools to get where you're going and have fun along the way. We'll be laughing more than is appropriate, talking about things we shouldn't, and using tools that sound funny... but work.Join the good girls today!
 
Many entrepreneurs and business people miss out on all that life has to offer them because they overthink the small decisions and have no time or energy left to focus on the big ones - those decisions that if chosen well can, and will,reallychange their lives for the better. At OverThinking REAL Podcast we help you discover people and resources that can help you say goodbye to overthinking, master decision making, and have the business, and life, you really want.
 
This is a News Driven, "Reality-Based," talk radio show at it's best, through the eyes of one of America's top investigative experts, Retired Chief of Detectives, Wyndell C. Watkins, Sr. who says, "When in doubt, don't Speculate, YouVestigate! Wyndell retired from the Metropolitan Police Dept., in Washington, D.C. Wyndell is a expert in "Truth Verification and investigative matters along with being a court certified expert witness, lecturer, Private Investigator and published author of "YouV ...
 
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“In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun, and snap, the job’s a game!” So says Julie Andrews’ character in the Disney film Mary Poppins before she launches into the famous musical number “A Spoonful of Sugar.” In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at the science behind the intuitive strategy …
 
Jyoti Mehra, CHRO of Gilead Sciences, and Doug Shupinski, Head of Leadership Development at Merck are today’s guests. The discussion focuses on how Gilead is creating a culture of empathy, through leadership forums and developing a common language, and how Merck is meeting people where they are to keep learning and development going strong.…
 
The past week I’ve been reflecting a lot on what this past year of starting and building my business has been like. Right now, I’m in a pretty good place. I feel confident in my role as a coach and have seen my clients succeed again and again. But it felt a little cheap to just call it all positive success when the reality is that most of the year …
 
Danielle is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a podcast host, speaker, ballroom dance instructor and actor—to name a few of her titles. She fully embraces being multi-passionate and has built a diverse career. But it wasn't always that way. In this episode, she shares her journey of self-discovery and the role her career played in that journey. In…
 
My guest today is Daniel "Bond" Robinson who is Founder and CEO of Red 6--a company revolutionizing augmented reality (AR) for military training by allowing pilots to see synthetic threats in dynamic and high speed environments. In 2005 the RAF selected him as the youngest fighter pilot of his generation to attend the Weapons Instructor Course and …
 
Have you ever bid in a competitive auction—say, on eBay—and won the item, only to see a similar item for sale elsewhere at a lower price? If so, you may have fallen prey to the winner’s curse. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at bias that can lead people to overpay in auctions and other types of negotiations. We begin with …
 
Brian Kropp, Group Vice President at Gartner, and Deb Bubb, Head of Leadership, Learning, and Inclusion at IBM, discuss the growing importance of inclusive habits at work: respecting people’s capacity to get things done, the challenges of playing multiple roles, and helping teams see that they really are in this together.…
 
Rachel is the co-founder and CEO of Wethos, a platform that is transforming how freelancers find work, do work and earn a sustainable income. There are many things that make Wethos different from other freelancing platforms and networks, including their focus on working within teams, winning large contracts and how Wethos pays their freelancers. Wh…
 
For this interview I was looking for someone who could epitomise this new generation of young and talented artists that are computer literate and create astonishing Photoshop composite design. While spending some time on the web I stumbled upon Carles Marsal creations and that was it, I was sold! Next step, I contacted him to set up this episode to…
 
Amy Schultz, Director of Organizational Effectiveness & Learning at DTE Energy, and Rebecca Port, VP of Talent at Netflix, represent two essential services during a crisis—perhaps in their own way. In this episode, Amy and Rebecca touch on their approach to giving employees a sense of certainty, autonomy, and relatedness in the way leaders focus th…
 
Today’s topic and episode is blowing my mind. There are pieces of it that tie into every past season of the Career Foresight podcast as well as providing insight for the future of work. Saying, “I’m excited,” is an understatement. I’m going back to my podcasting roots on this episode by focusing the discussion on findings from a research article. I…
 
My guest today is Safi Bahcall who is the author of Loonshots, The most recommended book of the year. It came out in 2019 and has already been translated into 18 languages. It's recommended by Bill Gates, Daniel Kahneman, Daniel Pink, Malcolm Gladwell, and Tim Ferriss and was selected as the best business book of the year by Amazon, Bloomberg, Busi…
 
Have you ever purchased a car or a motorcycle or a boat, based on some particular quality it had that made you fall in love? Maybe it was candy apple red. Maybe it had sleek lines. Maybe the engine made a pleasing purr. Hopefully that decision was a happy one. But what happens when the red sports car spends most of its time in the shop? Or the slee…
 
Is happiness research even relevant in such times of crisis, or is focusing on our happiness simply a luxury we can no longer afford? And, while effective for many people, why does the cultivation of gratitude sometimes result in unexpectedly negative consequences? Sonja Lyubomirsky joins Igor and Charles to discuss the key components of happiness,…
 
The reason I decided to share this episode is because I have been outraged and extremely disappointed by some of the business I’ve worked with recently. I have learned a lot from these mistakes, and it has been humbling and embarrassing. As a small business owner who works primarily with 1-on-1 coaching clients, customer service and satisfaction is…
 
Victor Rui might have had a life dictated by law as did his father before him, and could have become a lawyer to follow the family tradition. Nevertheless life had other projects for him, and after a period of thinking and profound questioning he took the decision that radically changed his life by dedicating it to the world of wine in a region of …
 
There has been a lot of talk about what life will look like post-COVID-19 lockdown. Recently, what has been most compelling to me about the future is how this experience will shape our relationship with control. The COVID-19 pandemic has been eye-opening for everyone. It has certainly provided an excellent opportunity to evaluate our expectations f…
 
My guest today is George Nolly, who flew 315 combat missions over Vietnam in both the O-2 as a forward air controller and the F-4 as strike pilot; earning 24 Air Medals and 3 Distinguished Flying Crosses. He was the last pilot to complete 100 missions over North Vietnam. While in the Air Force, George received the Tactical Air Command Instructor Pi…
 
If you’ve ever signed up for a frequent flyer program, chances are good that you were awarded a certain number of bonus points to start. Those bonus points feel like a nice little gift, but they also serve another purpose: to increase your motivation to participate in the program. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we explore how you…
 
I’ve made a lot of voluntary career changes in the past five years. But the first career change I made after graduating college was anything but voluntary. I was let go instantly, without any notice. I can still remember the feeling of panic that hit me when I heard the news. I wouldn’t have been able to recognize it at that time, but being let go …
 
Though there is a lot of talk about diversity in the workplace, “age diversity” is often overlooked. Might there even be an emerging mission-critical role for wise elders in the world’s most cutting-edge tech companies? Hospitality maverick and Airbnb Strategic Advisor Chip Conley joins Igor and Charles to discuss the U-Curve of happiness, the surp…
 
An unprecedented global health crisis has overwhelmed healthcare systems, disrupted economies and financial markets, and radically altered our daily lives. And while social distancing is the responsible thing to do to slow the spread of disease, it also heightens the emotional challenges we face during these scary and uncertain times. In this speci…
 
I saw a meme that said today was March 97th, and I thought, “Yes! That is exactly what today feels like.” The days are long when you’re quarantined. They’re even longer when your mind is anxious, you’re lonely, or you're juggling multiple responsibilities like caring for children and doing your job from home. I’ve talked with several people in the …
 
My guest today is Joe De Sena, the Founder and CEO of Spartan, the world’s largest obstacle race and endurance brand. They have more than 250 events across 40 countries with over 1 million annual global participants. He is also the host of the Spartan Up podcast and is a New York Times Best Selling Author of three books: Spartan Up, Spartan Fit, an…
 
We are inundated with decisions in the modern world. What to wear, what to buy, what to watch, where to work, what to eat, who to call, where to live, what to study, when to exercise, how much to save, etc. And every decision, no matter how small, requires mental effort. But when a particular option is suggested to us ahead of time, the cognitive l…
 
I know this is a really difficult time, and everyone is being affected in some way by COVID-19 and it’s wide-ranging impacts. Thank you so much for taking the time to tune in and listen to this podcast. Your support during this time means so much to me, and I’m honored to have a bit of your attention that I know is spread pretty thin these days. I …
 
In 2020, I decided to stop using Instagram for both personal and business purposes. The main reasons were my pursuit of mental sanity and peace, and to focus on building my business in more sustainable ways. The reason I’m including this episode in this season focused on the future or work topics is because it’s pretty countercultural. As more tech…
 
Many episodes of this podcast deal with cognitive biases that can hinder our decision-making abilities. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at a different kind of error: how completely irrelevant information can negatively influence our judgments, making them varied and unpredictable. This variability of human judgment—or nois…
 
Dr. Joel Selanikio is a physician, TED speaker, inventor, emergency responder, and former CDC epidemiologist and outbreak investigator. He was also the lead physician at the IMC Ebola Treatment Center in Sierra Leone. He is one of the few people on the planet that is a professional in public health, clinical expertise, and technology. In our conver…
 
Bad things happen to all of us. But why do some people grow wiser, while others simply grow bitter? What do scientists do to reliably measure wisdom in the laboratory? And might this research suggest solutions to some of the most pressing problems of our time? Igor and Charles welcome one of today's leading wisdom scientists - Judith Glück, who dis…
 
My guest today is Pierre "ATÉ" Chuet a former French Fighter pilot who is now an author and speaker. He went through Pilot Training as an exchange officer with US Navy before flying for the French Navy. He's flown missions in Iraq and was the Rafale Airshow pilot. After a stroke took him out of the cockpit, he transitioned to speaking. In our conve…
 
My guest today is Drue Kataoka who has built the top art studio in Silicon Valley, and did it entirely outside the gallery system. Her studio serves top art collectors in 4 continents and over 30 countries. Her art was used for the first zero gravity art exhibit in space at the International Space Station. She was also selected as a World Economic …
 
Is the “business-as-usual” approach to science in crisis? Does the public have a good grasp of how scientific knowledge is really generated? And might scientists be as much prey to self-serving biases as the rest of us mortals? Simine Vazire joins Igor and Charles to discuss the thorny complexity of seeking reliable knowledge about the world and ab…
 
My guest today is George Whitesides, who is the CEO and President of Virgin Galactic, the spaceflight company founded by Sir Richard Branson. With Scaled Composites, the company has developed the WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo vehicles, based on the X Prize-winning SpaceShipOne. In his role, he is responsible for guiding all aspects of the company…
 
My guest today is Jason Ramos, a firefighter currently in his 30th season. He spent over half that time as an air-delivered firefighter. Known as Smokejumpers, these professionals are highly trained and specialized firefighters who can parachute or rappel into a forest fire. They work independently in some of the most difficult terrain imaginable. …
 
Are people being reasonable when they act irrationally? Doesn’t rationality and reasonableness mean the same thing? Charles and Igor kick of the new decade by diving into a messy mix of behavioral economics, nudges, moral philosophy and legal studies, to examine what standards guide people’s decisions. Charles asks Igor about core standards that gu…
 
Thanks for the support. It's been 1 year since I started the podcast. Today I'm answering your questions. Below are the top questions along with the timestamps. What career would I have gone in if flying didn't work out (min 00:30) How to do well in pilot training (02:30) Failures in my life (09:30) How to prep before college (11:00) Bad habits in …
 
My guest today is former US Naval Fighter Pilot, Charlie Plumb. After graduating from the Naval Academy, he completed flight training and reported to Miramar Air Station in San Diego where he flew the first adversarial flights in the development of “TOP GUN.” He then deployed to Vietnam and flew 74 successful combat missions and made over 100 carri…
 
I am so thrilled to introduce you to this week’s Career Foresight guest! Meet Dielle Charon. Dielle is a business coach and founder of School of Ambition, her podcast and resource website. Her sweet spot is helping coaches launch their programs and sign clients--even while they have a full-time job. What I love about Dielle is that she has structur…
 
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