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A podcast about the collapse of traditional corporate standards in today’s more personalized world. Leadership strategist, author, contributor to Forbes and founder of the Leadership in the Age of Personalization Movement, Glenn Llopis interviews executives across multiple sectors to find out how the balance between standardization and personalization can exist.
 
We all want to do work we love, and as leaders, entrepreneurs and employees, wouldn’t it be great to create workplaces where work feels like play? Where people are tuned in to changes going on in the world around them? Where they’re constantly learning, spotting new opportunities, and taking action to go after them? These traits are essential to an organization's agility and success. In the Fearless Growth podcast, Amanda Setili and her guests explore the mindsets and choices that lead indiv ...
 
This podcast is the audio-only version of TLDCast, a livestreamed broadcast for instructional designers, learning experience designers, educational technologists, or anyone involved in workplace learning. Some of the audio content is edited for brevity. Learn more at www.TLDC.us.
 
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 ...
 
Hanging Out With Jesus Podcast, teaches you how to develop spiritual disciplines that consistently progress your grow in Christ, while navigating the complexities of daily living. Believers live in a world that’s fallen. Trying to decide what is right, truth, and righteous can be daunting without guidance from the Holy Spirit. You will practice spiritual disciplines and leave with next steps on how to implement them into your daily life without it becoming one more thing to do. Join host, Ly ...
 
What separates great workplaces from average, ordinary workplaces? You know the ones that seem to effortlessly attract incredible people, dominate the competition and always seem to be on the leading edge? I’ve spent the last 10 years discovering what they do and how they do it… and designed a system to help you move your business from being average and ordinary, to one of excellence.And at the heart of that system are values. Because your values represent the best of who you are, what you s ...
 
This is experience by design, a podcast that brings new perspectives to the experiences we have everyday. Does standing in line always have to suck? Why are airports so uncomfortable? What does it mean to be loyal to a brand? Why do you love being connected but dislike feeling tethered to your smart phone? Can we train people to care about the climate? Join the expedition to the frontiers of culture and business through the lens of human experience. We're here to make sense of the madness wi ...
 
Welcome to the Teamwork Advantage Podcast with Gregg Gregory. Informal and insightful conversations with pros in the areas of teamwork, leadership development, organizational culture, and self improvement. A must-listen program, where we take you inside the mind's of these experts to discover actionable insights to be a stronger team member, a more effective leader, and enrich your team's culture.
 
What the HR! is hosted by Mike Thul & Jessie Novey. The podcast provides insights, strategies, and anecdotes that explore how to build better businesses through modern people practices and approaches. Topics covered include Organizational Development, Employee Engagement, Listening Strategies, Succession Planning, Performance Management, Company Culture, Transformation, Talent and Leadership.
 
Have you been thinking about work, the organization, how things have changed, and what it might mean for people, for meaning and even for happiness? Does this excite or possibly frighten you and do you have people in your life you can share these thoughts and questions with? We are three change, culture, leadership, and organization consultants working on three different continents with three very different experiences of this time. We have worked with some of the most remarkable (and unrema ...
 
This is a show for people that want to get the most out of being human. Uncover the Human delivers conversations with people-centric experts to explore the hidden sides of humanity and unlock our full potential. With an emphasis on connection and the power of “we,” co-hosts Cristina Amigoni and Alex Cullimore illuminate the road to authenticity through coaching, candid conversations, and humor. When we access our authenticity, we can enhance our connection to the world, others, and ourselves ...
 
Do you ever wonder why the top brands are winning? It’s because they provide customers with the one thing that most brands aren’t - simplicity. How can you learn from them and create the same experiences on a smaller budget? The SIMPLE brand podcast will help.Join Matt Lyles, and his guests, as they share tactics, tips and strategies to help your business brand out from the crowd. You’ll learn how to create simple experiences for your customers and your team members through marketing, brandi ...
 
Leaders aren’t born, they’re made. This Monday show helps you discover leadership wisdom through insightful conversations. Independently produced weekly since 2011, Dr. Dave Stachowiak brings perspective from a thriving, global leadership academy, plus more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie. Bestselling authors, expert researchers, deep conversation, and regular dialogue with listeners have attracted 20 million downloads and the #1 search result for management on Apple Podcasts. A ...
 
First Person Plural: Emotional Intelligence & Beyond, brought to you by Key Step Media, is a podcast about us, the systems we’re a part of, and how we create an emotionally intelligent future. Co-hosted by New York Times best-selling author, Daniel Goleman & his son, Hanuman Goleman, this show will go beyond the theory of emotional intelligence, presenting an array of stories that illuminate how emotional intelligence is being put into action. Inspiring you to lead with more mindfulness and ...
 
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 ...
 
Hosted by David Oaks, of WorldStage Development. Minor Touches To Major Gifts is a discussion of how paying attention to minor touches leads to major gifts for your nonprofit. David and his guests wrestle with such topics as how to say 'thank-you' with excellence; How that with major gifts, major people & major opportunities: YOU GOTTA ASK! How that most million dollar gifts are preceded by one-hundred dollar test gifts; What is the ONE thing you you want to try to get a first time donor to ...
 
Often, business and psychology are viewed as different and distinct ideas, but we believe business is driven almost exclusively by the psychology of people. Breaking the barrier into a new realm where the strategic business lens is focused on the behavior of your team, your customers, and your competitors can open a world of possibilities for growth. Join two Business Psychologists, from very different backgrounds, explore the complex intersection of business strategy and clinical psychology ...
 
OT Kung Fu: Organizational Transformation Kung Fu – Learning for agile leaders. A discussion about Business Tools and Practice from seasoned executive coaches for business leaders, senior managers. For a company’s, leaders and managers to thrive they must become masters of transformation and agile learners; they must commit the energy and time to be better. This podcast, discusses the current critical skills and practices for organizational leaders and managers to become more effective in th ...
 
Culture devours strategy any day of the week, but so little time is invested nourishing it. Mental Performance Specialist Zoran Stojkovic (from kizo.ca) interviews guests and pulls back the curtain on how to build connected, high-performing teams using actionable tools, evidence-based systems, and simple processes. Leaders in all areas including business and sport will find valuable and practical tools to improve team dynamics and unlock the keys to cultivating the culture they want on their ...
 
Part organizational design. Part therapy. Organizational psychologist and Stanford Professor Bob Sutton is back to tackle friction, the phenomenon that frustrates employees, fatigues teams and causes organizations to flounder and fail. Loaded with raw stories of time pressure, courage under ridiculous odds and emotional processing, FRICTION distills research insights and practical tactics to improve the way we work. Listen up as we take you into the friction and velocity of producing made-fo ...
 
Leadership and Professional Development: Join organizational psychologist, Meisha Rouser, to learn how to overcome obstacles that keep you from success. By listening you will become a more effective leader, manager, team member, and colleague. Become an expert in communication, change management, conflict resolution, employee engagement, emotional intelligence, productivity, and stress management. Learn leadership development tools that will positively enhance your professional life, persona ...
 
This is a deep and globally relevant journey into conflict issues. We connect you with innovative thinkers, authors, artists, practitioners, and political leaders with provocative and empowering understandings of conflict. We challenge your perspectives and invite you to use our guests’ insights to take inspired action in your lives, neighbourhoods, and nations. Join us in exploring accessible dialogue with big ideas and big feelings. Let’s go make the world a better place!
 
Join Esther Derby, author of 7 Rules for Positive Productive Change: Micro Shifts, Macro Results for Change by Attraction--because you don't have to push, prod, persuade or punish people to create change in your organization. This podcast is for people who want to bring change to their team, department, or organization-- whether or not they have change management in their job title. Listen strategies, stories of success, and stories of mess. I'll talk about what makes change possible in mode ...
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Sociology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
Formerly known as Nonprofit "U", the Nonprofit Utopia podcast is an extension of the ideal community for emerging nonprofit leaders. We use our podcast as an online forum where nonprofit stakeholders can discuss the latest developments in the sector and increase their capacity to serve their clients and build sustainable communities. Valerie F. Leonard, an expert in community and organizational development is the host. Topics include nonprofit management, community development, capacity buil ...
 
The Work Brain is a podcast that explores concepts in psychology and behavioural science to help you make smarter decisions at your work place. The hosts, Preeti Kotamarthi and Anupam Krishnamurthy, with their backgrounds in behavioural science and business administration, break down interesting concepts in behavioural science and explore how you can apply them to your everyday life. Join them as they put behavioural science to work!
 
Change is in the Making is Domain7's podcast about creating purposeful change, together. Drawing from facilitation experience, co-creative practices, systems thinking, design thinking, user-centric design, community mediation and engagement methods, we delve into how to create people-centric organizational change. We'll be discussing themes of listening, empathy, culture-building and connection-making, tackling the complex challenges we face as people, teammates, and organizational innovators.
 
The Department of Veterans Affairs Human Capital Services Center proudly presents Are You Future Ready: AdVAncing Your Professional Development, a podcast about the skills you need to thrive at work and in life. In each episode Amy Parker, VA’s Chief Learning Officer, and learning leaders from across VA will share strategies you can use to develop essential skills like emotional intelligence, problem solving, and critical thinking. Listen in as podcast guests share insights gained from leadi ...
 
The Safety Digest addresses workplace safety and the prevention of occupational accidents, injuries, and losses. The Safety Digest focuses on the importance of protecting workers and preventing accidental losses, which negatively impacts workers, families, employers, and society. The show discusses how organizational leadership must address occupational losses to ensure employee safety, organizational efficiencies, and operational proficiency. The Safety Digest covers safety with a concentra ...
 
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Dr. Kathy Hagler is a preeminent thought leader in organizational transformation, driven to understand and improve the communication and connectivity between individuals and organizations. She studied with, and collaborated alongside Dr. W. Edwards Deming and Dr. Peter Drucker and is the Founding Partner of K2OHSOLUTIONS, an organizational consulti…
 
If you're leading an eLearning development initiative at your organization, it can be easy to overlook things more important than your dev tools and stack. And in this episode with Danny Ortegon, he shared three items critical to the success of your project - items you may not be considering. This was a great conversation with Danny, an established…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Glenda Eoyang, who along with her coauthor (Royce Holladay), wrote the book, Adaptive Action: Leveraging uncertainty in your organization. Glenda is the founding director of the Human Systems Dynamics Institute. We discuss her book and her approach to organizational uncertainty. You can connect with Glenda at the HSD…
 
Tiziana Casciaro is an intellectual dynamo and joins us in a slightly longer, robust and impactful discussion about power, power dynamics, misunderstandings and the formula to gain power. Tiziana is a Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Rotman School of Management and the Marcel Desautels Chair in Integrative Thinking at the University of T…
 
In this second part of our Values Discovery and Definition exercise with Laurie, we review SMAFFA (Laurie's values). We then proceed to the action plan. We discuss how she can put them into action in her every day life, when making decisions, and how they are signals of misalignment when they are being challenged. Laurie also shares what the impetu…
 
In this week’s episode of the SIMPLE brand With Matt Lyles podcast I talk with Christy Wright, author of Take Back Your Time: A Guilt-Free Guide to Life Balance! So many people today are feeling stretched too thin: like they’re overworked, overwhelmed, and overcommitted. And it doesn’t seem like that’s slowing down. At first, you may think that we’…
 
Lee Miller is an adjunct professor at Columbia University, at Seton Hall University School of Management, and at USC. He’s a speaker, executive/ career coach, and consultant specializing in the areas of influencing, leadership, innovation, negotiation skills. He’s a graduate of Harvard Law School and is a 5 time recipient of the Seton Hall Business…
 
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Max Matus speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Max's journey from studying social anthropology to semiotics to sociology. It also touches on the state of business anthropology in Mexico, the founding of his consulting firm Semiosfera, an…
 
Perrine Farque is an author, entrepreneur, keynote speaker and diversity expert who empowers leaders to leverage diversity as their competitive advantage. Nominated in the Top 50 Most Influential UK Tech Women, Perrine continues to be recognized for her contributions. Perrine drove the strategy at companies such as Facebook and is on a mission to m…
 
In this energetic and uplifting episode, LuAnn Buechler talks about the Passion Test™ (It's NOT a test at all!) and how it helps you discover those things that matter most to you. Discovering what makes your heart beat is the beginning of living a passionate purpose-filled life. LuAnn is also offering a free 30 minute consultation to all of our lis…
 
Christy Wright: Take Back Your Time Christy Wright is a #1 bestselling author, personal growth expert, and host of The Christy Wright Show. She’s also the founder of Business Boutique, which equips women to make money doing what they love. She loves helping women chase their version of success. She’s the author of Take Back Your Time: The Guilt-Fre…
 
Some things just require discussion, such as Docker’s new licensing, while Joe is full of it, Allen *WILL* fault them, and Michael goes on the record. The full show notes for this episode are available at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode167. Sponsors Datadog – Sign up today for a free 14 day trial and get a free Datadog t-shirt after creating y…
 
In business, breaking up is hard to do. While divesting businesses in a timely manner is an essential aspect of effective portfolio management, companies tend to struggle with separation decisions. In this episode, three experts discuss how to determine which businesses to strengthen and which to divest and explain how to make your M&A strategy nim…
 
Authors José W. Meléndez, Maria Martinez-Cosio discuss their article, "Differentiating Participation: Identifying and Defining Civic Capacities Used by Latino Immigrants in Participatory Budgeting," published in the September 2021 issue of City & Community.
 
This week we changed things up a bit and decided to go through Values Discovery activities with one of our favorite returning guests, Laurie McElroy. This is a two-part episode, where we ask Laurie to share times in her personal and work life when she felt most alive and energized. We then proceeded to discern the common themes from her stories to …
 
Confidence covered by humility. Being a professional 'noticer.' Self assurance to know you'll land on your feet. Godfidence. Unrest. Connie Barnes has a unique, wonderfully warm presence that brings a calmness and reassurance to any situation. She's driven. She has mad skills. And she lives within a core value system to keep her focused on the end …
 
Best known for his books Small Giants and The Great Game of Business, Bo is an editor-at-large of Inc. magazine and the author of five books which have profoundly impacted values-led business creation. I don't know of anyone that has explored more deeply, through real-world examples, what it means to build a *meaningful* business. ----- Follow the …
 
In this week’s episode of the SIMPLE brand With Matt Lyles podcast I talk with John Meese, author of Survive and Thrive: How to Build a Profitable Business in Any Economy (Including This One)! Let’s face it. If you’re a small business owner, statistics are not on your side: 20% of small businesses fail within their first year 50% of all businesses …
 
Constant change can lead to overwhelm, which in turn impacts our ability to make strategic decisions. Today's episode features an excerpt from our Thriving on Change audio course, featuring Elad Levinson and Daniel Goleman as they discuss how leaders can protect their focus and attention and help them adapt through change. Support the show (https:/…
 
Today we discuss resourcefulness, strategic planning, and how organizations are positioning themselves to deal with the emerging future. We explore questions such as, how do we identify what metrics matter long term, who is responsible for “sense-making” when the work environment is rapidly changing, how can we let go of old ways of knowing to anti…
 
In this episode, we reflect on connections between episodes, guests, and real world events. We provide our insights and tips on podcast promotion, co-hosting a podcast, and deeper engagement with people. We also talk about some of the necessary skills humans will need to have in the future and what we are doing to become better at those skills. ===…
 
This season we’re back with six brand new episodes that explore the changing nature of leadership in a post pandemic world. Against the backdrop of the modern employee experience, host Dr. Sonia Kang uncovers how practicing vulnerability, trust building, setting clear expectations, modeling psychological safety, and designing inclusive approaches i…
 
Today’s podcast features Good Comes First book co-authors Mark Babbitt and Chris Edmonds discussing a core foundation of uncompromising work cultures - making values measurable AND socially relevant. Here’s an excerpt. Chris: “What I find when I, you and I both experienced that as we work with leaders to help them define what values mean, what does…
 
Johnny Taylor, Jr.: Reset Johnny Taylor, Jr. is President and CEO of SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management. Johnny is frequently asked to testify before Congress on critical workforce issues and authors a weekly column, “Ask HR,” in USA Today. Johnny was chairman of the President’s Advisory Board on Historically Black Colleges and Univers…
 
What you will learn in this episode: Noticing and celebrating a donor's first steps into your mission will get you more money. What you do with a gift you have received speaks volumes about your level of appreciation. Receiving a gift always demands some kind of reciprocity. MOST FIRST-TIME DONORS NEVER GIVE A SECOND GIFT. Know how you will thank f…
 
Jason Boothroyd joins us in a big and candid discussion about Afghanistan. He shares what he learned while serving there, as well as sharing his perspective on why things went sideways at the end and what we can learn from it. Jay is a former Army Green Beret and was a member of ODA 534, which was one of the first teams into Afghanistan to fight th…
 
In this episode, we interview Bill Hulseman – an independent consultant from the education sector who specializes in designing rituals to support educators and facilitate dialogue. We talked about the importance of prioritizing individuals and discussed when and why we started prioritizing institutions over people – slowing down our efforts to tran…
 
In this week’s episode of the SIMPLE brand With Matt Lyles podcast I talk with Kris Kelso, author of: Overcoming the Imposter: Silence Your Inner Critic and Lead With Confidence! Some of the biggest barriers to our effectiveness are the ones we put up ourselves. And imposer syndrome is one of those barriers I had to overcome if I was going to succe…
 
Electronic giving in 2020 only accounted for 13% of charitable fundraising. Old-fashioned print mail can be the most potent channel for bringing donations to any nonprofit. By far, direct mail is still the most popular way to reach donors. It is a physical and tangible way to reach out It provides another touch point from you to your donor It build…
 
This week we shared a particularly vulnerable conversation with Taylor Fraser, the writer, producer, and director of the Foreward Podcast - a narrative exploration of her family's true experience surviving a school shooting and aftermath in the years since. Exploring healing from trauma through the power of sharing experiences, Taylor has been able…
 
Sandra Hughes is the epitome of reinvention. While working as a former Gap, Inc. executive, building for-profit and nonprofit businesses and juggling her family life, she didn’t have time for graduate school. Then, she decided to start her own business, earned an MBA from Santa Clara University and founded Life Reinvented at age 50. Her Life Reinve…
 
Mario Nawfal is the Founder of the Athena Group of Companies, a business conglomerate that operates in more than 40 countries. He’s a unique individual; unlike anyone I’ve ever interviewed before on this podcast. And that appealed to me for several reasons. I’m often asked for best practices around networking - one is to set aside time to meet peop…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Glenda Eoyang, who along with her coauthor (Royce Holladay), wrote the book, Adaptive Action: Leveraging uncertainty in your organization. Glenda is the founding director of the Human Systems Dynamics Institute. We discuss her book and her approach to organizational uncertainty. You can connect with Glenda at the HSD…
 
Professor Robert Thurman is an American Buddhist author and academic, highly regarded for his pioneering translations of Buddhist religious and philosophical material. TIME named Robert one of the 25 most influential Americans of 1997 calling him a, “larger-than-life scholar-activist destined to convey the dharma, the precious teachings of Siddhart…
 
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Natalia Usme Manrique speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Natalia's journey from studying cultural analysis at Lund University in Sweden to co-founding Flipa Consultora in Colombia, where she started the first business anthropology summ…
 
In this episode, Accidental Leadership coach Ken Blackwell tells the story of a client who was ready for a single-level promotion and was promoted two levels. He was not prepared for this huge undertaking – just one example of an accidental leader. Ken walks us through the process of moving from accidental leader to purposeful leader. He also helps…
 
Check out this latest installment of BEST OF on X WITH Q. We'll be back next month with ALL NEW EPISODES! - Every church planter, entrepreneur, or high-level leader has vision and passion (or at least I hope so!). But even the most passionate, visionary leaders will struggle to lead people anywhere if they don't first establish credibility. Whateve…
 
Dave Williams: Leadership Moments from NASA Dave is an astronaut, aquanaut, jet pilot, emergency physician, scientist, CEO, and bestselling author. He is the former Director of Space & Life Sciences at NASA’s Johnson Space Center and has flown in space twice on Space Shuttles Columbia and Endeavour. Dave holds the Canadian spacewalking record and w…
 
We step away from our microservices deployments to meet around the water cooler and discuss the things on our minds, while Joe is playing Frogger IRL, Allen “Eeyores” his way to victory, and Michael has some words about his keyvoard, er, kryboard, leybaord, ugh, k-e-y-b-o-a-r-d! The full show notes for this episode are available at https://www.codi…
 
In this Member Showcase, we had a great conversation with Ana Smith from Hubspot. Ana is a Senior Content Manager for Global GTM Enablement and Instructional & Visual Designer. And having a background in medical, government, and now software products, Ana's perspective on content management and instructional design is unique by most standards, and …
 
Kwame Marfo Kwame Marfo is a director at Genentech in the San Francisco area. He is a graduate of the Coaching for Leaders Academy. He joins me in this episode to share how personal values can align intentionally with career choices. Key Points Kwame’s dad inspires the work he does today for others. An effective way to connect with others is to ask…
 
This past summer has brought greater attention to questions of racial and social justice, resulting from the George Floyd murder to other stories also depicting events that bring us back to an earlier time in American history. While this renewed focus is welcome to address issues that still need addressing, the topic of diversity, equity, inclusion…
 
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