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Best Organizationaldevelopment podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Organizationaldevelopment podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Leanne Hughes from the First Time Facilitator blog reveals all of her group facilitation, training and workshop tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve the next time you step out in front of a group. Discover how you can tweak elements of your facilitation style, or incorporate new techniques to engage your audience and leave with lasting impact (and 5-star feedback). Icebreakers, leadership, group interaction, preparation, games, conflict, props, flip-charts, delivery, voice, body ...
 
Welcome to Create New Futures. Every episode, best-selling author and host Aviv Shahar will explore ideas and insights that can awaken and inspire you to the opportunities you have to create new futures for you, your family, your teams, and for your business. Life is too short to not be engaged in fascinating conversations that open, inspire and unleash new ways of thinking and seeing possibilities and beauty. Through Create New Futures, Aviv will engage in conversation with leaders and expe ...
 
Join Carissa Bub--Host of Season 2 of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast--and today's leaders, entrepreneurs and coaches as we explore the art and science of team coaching in communities and organizations. Discover how team coaching can accelerate team development and performance, can foster the development of leadership cultures, can drive organizational change and more. Tune in for interviews with team coaching experts. Hear stories of "hits and misses" and essential lessons learned from condu ...
 
Revive the heart of your organization by reigniting appreciation for the human element of work. Educate yourself, your team and your leadership! The InvestHuman Podcast focusses on helping your organization thrive by discussing the most important part of your business: Your People.
 
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If you’re going to learn something, you might as well learn from the best, right? I’m still reeling from my interview with today’s guest, Alan Weiss.This is another episode for you if you run your own business or looking to be a solopreneur. I reached out to Alan after Michael Bungay Stanier’s contribution to Episode 120, where he said, “If you rea…
 
How can we map the intelligence terrain to capitalize on the different capacities and sources of intelligence? Throughout his lifetime, Aviv has endeavored to answer these questions through his work with teachers, entrepreneurs, business executives, coaches, healers, and futurists. In this episode, Aviv continues his discussion by expounding on the…
 
This episode was inspired by a question that came through on The Flipchart community last week from Yishan Chan, host of the Talent Stack podcast. She asked, “Hi Leanne, is there a short podcast episode I can share with my workplace on why we need to think differently about how Zoom "show and tell" sessions are run?” Today I share my approach, mind…
 
If I was playing a game of corporate buzzword meeting bingo, the one word I’d like on my bingo card would be: Innovation! (“Unprecedented” would be my second choice). Many leaders, teams and companies talk about innovation. It’s often a company value. Yet, we still see traditional work practices, and not a lot of real innovation happening. So, what…
 
Merridith Crowe is the President & CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lowcountry. In this episode of Concord Leaders, she shares the joy in helping the staff she leads and the people they all serve. And she shares how she works with her staff as she leads with her bias toward action. (Fact check: Merridith realized she'd confused Chuck Yeager w…
 
Miha Matlievski is business coach focusing on helping entrepreneurs and business executives. His approach was shaped by what he describes as an epic failure that eventually led to a redemptive renewal and a new beginning. Miha’s passionate pursuit and hard work have resulted in four successful businesses and a personal net worth of fifteen million …
 
I invited this week’s guest on the show because I love, love, love sport; I love playing it, I love watching it. I’m in complete awe of high performing athletes and teams, who show up, work hard, have a strong mental game, pull off impossible feats and my guest, helps them do that! Dr. Fergus Connolly is one of the world’s foremost human potential …
 
We’ve never really taken a deep dive on the concept of “noticing”. Noticing your perspectives, other people’s perspectives, seeing things in a new light, or a different way. I think this is always relevant, particular as facilitators - noticing, sensing what’s happening in a workshop room (or a Zoom room!). My guest this week, Jacinta Cubis, is one…
 
TCZ Episode #119: Mike Robbins: We’re All In This Together: Coaching Teams With This in Mind On today's show I talk to Mike Robbins, author of five books including his brand new title, We're All In This Together: Creating a Team Culture of High Performance, Trust and Belonging. Mike's ideas are based on 20 years working as a highly sought-after spe…
 
What do you learn when you sit on 128 webinars in a week? My guest this week, David Nour shares his experiences and more in this episode! I invited senior leadership/board advisor, researcher, executive educator and best-selling author, David Nour on the show to talk about a phrase/book he’s releasing called Curve Benders. These are the strategic r…
 
The importance of recognition in a workplace cannot be understated. Recognition is the most underutilized organizational currency and yet, it is one of the most cost-effective ways to boost morale, increase retention and enable interpersonal connections. In this episode, Aviv expounds on the many ways recognition can bring an organizational mindset…
 
Tony Brazelton is a biochemist, a manager of projects, a manager of people, a process improvement consultant, a change management consultant, and now a corporate trainer and management and leadership consultant. He loves to design and deliver learning experiences to help people be excellent—to each other. In our conversation this week, he shares an…
 
Monroe Free is the President & CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County. In this episode of Concord Leaders, Monroe shares that his love about leading comes from the difference a team can make in the lives of others. He talks about how not understanding relationships led to a mistake with serving people. And gives us a compellingly fresh ta…
 
Specialising in neuro linguistic programming, Yoke van Dam trains and coaches business leaders, executives, sales teams and individual staff members the tangible skills that can deliver the outcomes they want. She also presents keynotes in corporate and other settings to bring about positive change. In this episode, you'll learn: Why language and h…
 
TCZ Episode #118: Tatiana Fraser & Rachel Sinha: Making Systems Leadership Possible My guests today are two formidable women and the co-founders of the System Sanctuary – an international peer learning and training platform for systems leadership. Tatiana Fraser has 20 years of experience leading and scaling systems innovations, creating strategic …
 
Roberta Matuson is a global strategist, advisor, best-selling author and the president of Matuson Consulting, where she has helped leaders in Fortune 500 companies, including Best Buy, GM, and New Balance. Known as the Talent Maximizer, Roberta in an expert in helping her clients achieve dramatic growth and market leadership through the maximizatio…
 
For this special episode, I sent out a request to a number of my facilitation, training and Learning and Development business owner friends and a bunch of them graciously agreed to help out. I asked them, “What’s the one thing you wish you knew when you started your facilitation business?” Reminder: It’s your last chance to become a founding member…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
Madeleine McGee is the President of TogetherSC. In this episode of Concord Leaders, she talks about the joy of working in the nonprofit sector. Nonprofit leaders are optimistic people who truly believe a small group of people can change the world. She talks about unexpected advice she received from a mentor. And she talks about the lesson she learn…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
Talk about a rapid conversation! My guest this week, Andy Storch and I cover it all: How to organise a conference, build your brand on LinkedIn, effective morning rituals, chunking down the book-writing process, experiential learning and more! Andy Storch is a Talent Development Consultant, Coach, Author, Speaker and Connector. He is the host of tw…
 
TCZ Episode #117: Dr. Paul White: How to Keep Teams Feeling Valued in a Remote Workplace In an agile and less hierarchical world, teams are ever more reliant on motivating each other over and above relying on their team leader. Appreciation is one of the fastest ways to make someone feel valued but we don't all speak the same language. Especially a…
 
Another espresso shot episode coming to you this week! I hopped on a quick call with Foundd Legal owner, Riz McDonald to chat about a question that was raised in The Flipchart community on Facebook this week. The question was, “When writing up contracts to deliver remote sessions, is anyone including information to address potential / perceived ris…
 
What is collective intelligence and how do we facilitate the generation of collective intelligence with a leadership team? Over the years, Aviv has endeavored to answer these questions through his work with teachers, entrepreneurs, business executives, coaches, healers, and futurists. In this episode, Aviv shares discoveries he has made throughout …
 
In this episode I chat with 5 x TED stage speaker, Julian Treasure about how the design of workspaces affects our productivity and how listening can be beneficial to us as speakers and facilitators. In this episode you will learn how offices are organic spaces that should be designed based on the activity, factors that affect people’s happiness and…
 
Juan Daniel Sobrado hopped on the First Time Facilitator podcast recently, to chat with Leanne Hughes about ticket sales platforms for webinars and online training sessions. Resources mentioned on this show: Learning Legendario Eventbrite Zapier ConvertKit Mailchimp Check out Juanda’s Zoom magic tricks! Tweet your thanks or thoughts to Juanda or Le…
 
TCZ Podcast Episode #116: Kathryn McCusker: How To Stay Connected in The Face of Disruption Have you had moments during lockdown of getting trapped in your head and wanting to rationalise what's going on rather than be in your heart? I certainly have. Yet to coach effectively and to be a transformational presence for others, we know we must stay co…
 
Alisa Magnotta is the CEO of the Housing Assistance Corporation. In this episode of Concord Leaders, she shares about the joy of connecting people and resources, being almost immediately promoted in her first job ever, and the process of constantly learning. She shares about lessons around a project that flopped despite investing hundreds of thousa…
 
Sally Prosser is a voice coach who is crushing it on TokTok. She does really cool things - organises events called Voice and Vinho, hosts 6 week voice makeover programs and brings creativity and flair into all the mediums she works in, including workshops. In this episode, we talk about voice coaching, tips for delivering workshops and managing ene…
 
Bonus episode coming to you this week. I was invited onto The Morning Kick, a morning huddle hosted by Andrew Pitchford and the team from Excite Media. Last week, I posted on LinkedIn about the double-mindedness we can all go through trying to be authentic at this time and how to be present, real, but have empathy while still being about the busine…
 
After twenty years as an actor, director, screenwriter, songwriter and record producer, Terrence McNally has refocused his work on his vision of working on creating a world that just might work. His experience and aspiration converged in his consulting and media work, as well as his role as a co-founder of a startup which offers more people more wa…
 
Today’s guest in Matthew Mason, the Chief Learning Architect at Superb Learning, an innovative content development and training business focused on better training, better outcomes by working with organisations to develop modern and creative learning solutions. We recorded this interview pre-covid however it could not come at a more relevant time, …
 
Let me say upfront: This is a notepad and pen episode. Take them out, now! Dr JJ Peterson is the Chief of Teaching and Facilitation at StoryBrand and he’s my guest on the show. It was recorded recently so we do touch on covid-19 and how StoryBrand are pivoting their workshops to online but JJ […] The post How to position yourself as the guide (not …
 
TCZ Episode #115: Dr. Ruth Wageman: Fast Team Start-ups: Tips for Team Leaders and Developing Presence in Teams I never cease to learn great tips on coaching teams from my colleague Dr Ruth Wageman, a leading scholar and passionate practitioner in the field of collaboration and systems change. In this punchy 30 minute episode we focus specifically …
 
It has become clear that the global coronavirus pandemic crisis will have a multifaceted impact on humanity. From its economic and geo-political impact to the profound social effects, coronavirus is changing our lives as individuals as well as society in general. In this episode, Aviv breaks down the six dimensions of the coronavirus effect on our …
 
I hope you’re keeping safe, eating a variety of food, getting some movement into your day while we navigate this uncertainty and complexity. This week, I’m keeping the content fresh again and talking to a person who wrote the book about adapting to change, it’s called “Think on your feet: Tips and Tricks to Improve […] The post Moving Improv worksh…
 
As the global coronavirus pandemic continues to develop and evolve, its impact on our world cannot be overstated. Never before has an event completely altered the way our society operates. From economic and political paradigm shifts to the emergence of social distancing, the coronavirus had certainly made its mark. In this episode, Aviv expounds on…
 
Today’s guest, Jonas Rajanto’s life has changed over the last two weeks – he has been in demand, helping individuals and businesses pivot their offline offerings, online. Jonas is based in Finland and is affectionately known as “The Remote Meeting Guy”. In this show we talk about energy required to facilitate online workshops and how […] The post V…
 
TCZ Episode #114: Marita Fridjhon: Tips for Living and Working in a Virtual World During a Crisis We are in a huge moment of crisis and transition, this is a time to pull together. How do we learn to deal with the chaos of settling into a new reality that challenges how we work and live to the core? My guest in this episode in this episode is Marit…
 
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