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At Reboot, we believe making and keeping commitments is a necessary building block for sustained collaboration and growth within an organization. In our coaching we’ve seen first hand the damaging impact the breakdown of commitments can have on trust, performance, and workplace culture. In this clip, Andy Crissinger and Jeff Riddle share why coordi…
 
Jeremy Bloom is a 3x World Champion, 2x Olympic Skier and former football player for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers. He is the founder of Wish of a Lifetime and CEO of Integrate, a venture backed marketing software company. In this conversation, Jeremy shines a light on the burdens elite athletes face and describes the toll it …
 
At Reboot, we believe feedback can be one of the best ways to maintain relationships and strengthen connections within an organization. In this clip, Coaches Andy Crissinger and Jen Cody share why creating an underlying culture that supports the health and safety of an organization through feedback is such a valuable leadership tool. Leave us a rev…
 
After spending the last seven years routinely moving from country to country in Latin America, Nathan Lustig’s nomadic life was upended when the Coronavirus pandemic began to grip the entire world. As the Managing Partner of Magma Partners, Nathan became accustomed to a transient lifestyle as he worked to build his early-stage venture capital firm.…
 
In this fourth episode of our Women Conversation series, Reboot Coach and creator of The Third Jamie Kim sits down with Bunny and Taran Ghatrora, co-founders of Blume, a venture-backed self-care company. Taran and Bunny open up about their experience navigating the unforeseen challenges brought about by COVID and describe how their own self-care ne…
 
In this fresh release, Jerry sits down with past client, former CEO of Etsy, and fellow executive coach, Chad Dickerson. In this episode, Chad describes the shift from CTO to CEO and the anxiety he experienced in the months after his transition. He gives insight into some of the unique challenges he faced in his six years as CEO of Etsy, and opens …
 
Sydnie L. Mosley is an artist-activist, educator, and Artistic Director of SLM Dances, a New York City-based collective of women and nonbinary people who tackle issues of race and gender through experimental dance. In this conversation, Sydnie shares how expression through dance necessitates deep presence and connection to our bodies and highlights…
 
When the disquiet and unease of turbulent times weigh heavy on our hearts, can opening ourselves up to joy provide respite from the loads we carry? Ingrid Fetell Lee, designer and author of ​Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness, joins Jerry for an exploration of how the experience of joy can serve as a b…
 
“Not everything that is faced can be changed. But nothing can be changed until it is faced.” - James Baldwin In this release, Jerry sits down with Forest Richter, Co-founder and CEO of Uncrowd.io, a software platform that serves to connect underrepresented startup founders with investors. Forest shares how his ongoing battle with imposter syndrome …
 
Joining Jerry on this episode of the Reboot Podcast is Marcus Aurelius Anderson, author of “The Gift of Adversity: Overcoming Paralysis and Pain to Find Purpose”. While preparing to deploy with the US Army, Marcus suffered a severe spinal cord injury which left him paralyzed from the neck down. In this conversation, Marcus shares how turning to gra…
 
In this release, Jerry welcomes back close personal friend Brad Feld to the show. In his sixth Reboot Podcast appearance, Brad (author, and co-founder of Foundry Group and Techstars) introduces listeners to the concepts highlighted in his newest book, ​"The Startup Community Way."​ Jerry and Brad explore the impact COVID-19 has had on the state of …
 
For many founders, the ups and downs of the startup rollercoaster feel like a natural component of the entrepreneurial journey, but what happens when the ride becomes too much and what’s best for you, and the company, is to walk away? In this episode of the Reboot Podcast, Jerry sits down with Fritz Brumder, co-founder and former CEO of Brandlive. …
 
Along the entrepreneurial journey there comes a time and place for all leaders where we lift our heads from the fog of busyness to find ourselves on an unknown path. Knowing where we are isn’t exactly where we intended to be, we look to the past for clues to how we’ve landed in this spot. For many, this is the integral moment in which we come to re…
 
For this podcast release, Jerry sits down with David Sax to chat about his latest book, "The Soul of an Entrepreneur: Work and Life Beyond the Startup Myth." In their conversation, David outlines how the archetype of the hero entrepreneur has been glorified by Silicon Valley and illustrates how this particular prescriptive formula for startup succe…
 
What is psychological safety and why is it so important for the success of our teams? In this clip, Reboot Coaches Andy Crissinger and Ali Schultz, share what we can learn from horses about group dynamics and highlight some best practices for leaders looking to cultivate psychological safety in their teams and workplaces. Leave us a review on Apple…
 
Joining Jerry on this episode of the Reboot Podcast is Leslie Feinzaig, Founder & CEO of the Female Founders Alliance, whose mission is to accelerate the success of venture-scale, women and non-binary founded companies. In this conversation, Leslie shares how attempting to lead and manage her team amongst the fallout of a global pandemic has led he…
 
On this episode of the Reboot Podcast, Jerry hosts a conversation with David Hieatt, co-founder of Hiut Denim Company. In this exchange, David recounts how the sale of his first company left him feeling listless and ungrounded. He shares how he regained his sense of purpose after founding Hiut, a company that revived the denim industry in the small…
 
On this episode of the Reboot Podcast, we introduce you to Erine Gray, founder of Aunt Bertha, a nationwide search and referral platform for connecting people in need with available government and charitable programs. In his time with Jerry, Erine recounts growing up as a poor child in a small town and how the experience repeatedly left him feeling…
 
Inquiry is an incredibly central and important skill, but it’s often underemphasized or even overlooked in the world of leadership. In this clip, coaches Andy Crissinger and Chris Vandenbrink share why adding inquiry as an additional tool in your toolkit can be in service of you, your team, and the work that you’re trying to do together. Leave us a…
 
In moments of conflict, it can be difficult to stay present amongst our discomfort. However, when we lean into love and compassion we might begin to see conflict in a generative light. In this episode of the Reboot Podcast, Jerry is joined by Regina Smith, MA and Amanda Aguilera, PsyD, Co-founders of Evolving Dynamics, experts in the field of power…
 
In this release, Jerry sits down with leading diversity and inclusion expert Jennifer Brown to explore her latest book, ​How to Be an Inclusive Leader: Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive. In this conversation, recorded at the beginning of 2020, Jennifer reveals why inclusive leadership is not only risky, but often…
 
The fundamental unit of doing that great work is conversation. Conversations happen easier, clearer, and more harmoniously if we can connect as human beings, look each other in the eye, trust, and feel safe naming what’s up for us. In this clip, coaches Andy Crissinger and Chris VandenBrink share Reboot’s Red-Yellow-Green model for check-ins and ho…
 
On this episode of the Reboot Podcast, Jerry sits down with Rha Goddess, author, entrepreneurial soul coach, and founder of Move the Crowd. In this conversation, which centers around Rha’s new book The Calling: 3 Fundamental Shifts to Stay True, Get Paid, and Do Good, Rha describes the ethos of soul work and shares why calling forth the qualities a…
 
Feelings of isolation and loneliness have been well documented amongst today’s leaders. That’s why the simple question “Are you ok?”, asked with genuine concern, can elicit such a profound impact for those who are struggling through a tough time, such as shutting down a business like Avni Patel Thompson. At the time of this recording, Avni was in t…
 
The ability to differentiate between transition and change is important for leaders to understand when attempting to lead groups of people through uncertain times. In this short clip, Andy Crissinger, Reboot’s Director of Coaching, introduces a helpful framework for leading teams through times of transition. Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Fol…
 
As leaders, necessity requires that we spend ample time designing for the future and building safety nets for the unknown, but what happens when life throws the unexpected our way and our best laid plans are torn asunder? In times of turbulence, it’s not uncommon to feel suspended in space. To combat the unease of unknowing we search desperately fo…
 
As leaders, you have a choice, first and foremost, in how you process the information that's coming at you at any given time. In this clip, Andy Crissinger, describes Information Processing Choices, a framework and tool that Reboot often uses in our leadership development engagements, bootcamps, and in one-on-one coaching. Leave us a review on Appl…
 
One of the greatest missteps a leader can take is to live an unexamined life. When our subroutines run unchecked beneath the surface, our work, our organizations and our relationships are unwittingly hijacked by the traits we consign to the shadows. As leaders, the greatest gift we can give to ourselves and others is to choose to make the unconscio…
 
Bringing what's unexamined into the light of what's examined can help us communicate and collaborate more effectively, especially during times of difficulty. In this short clip, Andy Crissinger, Reboot’s Director of Coaching, shares the “Ladder of Inference” tool used in Reboot’s coaching and leadership development trainings. Leave us a review on A…
 
When the disquiet and unease of turbulent times weigh heavy on our hearts, can opening ourselves up to joy provide respite from the loads we carry? Ingrid Fetell Lee, designer and author of ​Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness, joins Jerry for an exploration of how the experience of joy can serve as a b…
 
Peer support is incredibly valuable. Folks at all levels within your company need support, especially now. In these times it’s more important than ever to stay connected, which can be a challenge when physical isolation is a requirement. In this special podcast release, Reboot coaches Chris VandenBrink, Dan Putt, Andy Crissinger & Carl Baccellieri …
 
When it comes to confidence, feeling A-Ok with showing vulnerability, and trying to avoid the sneaky snares of Imposter Syndrome, we often feel at odds, torn between the parts of us that say, “Who do you think you are?” and the parts of us who know who we are. Self-doubt and inadequacy can creep in and color the most assured parts of us at times. B…
 
In this episode, Jerry welcomes fellow author Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler to the podcast to explore her latest book: Optimal Outcomes: Free Yourself from Conflict at Work, at Home, and In Life. In this dialogue, Jennifer shares how tensions in her own life propelled the desire to discern the ways in which emotions like grief, anger, fear, and sadness …
 
In over 19 years of friendship and partnership in the startup world, Jerry and Fred have seen just about everything. In this conversation, they share some stories from the Flatiron Partnership days, what makes a perfect board, the importance of trust in investing, and what makes a good leader. They even discuss the sheer terror they felt on their o…
 
“Love isn’t merely some second-hand emotion; love is the fuel that powers great organizations.” - Jerry Colonna In this episode of the Reboot Podcast, Jerry sits down with Steve Farber, author of Love Is Just Damn Good Business, for a conversation on leadership and the value of love in the workplace. As Steve reflects on the transformational power …
 
For our first fresh conversation of 2020 we’re releasing the next installment in our Women’s Conversation series, a collaborative discussion sparked by our coaches who identity as women, on what women face in work and in life. In today’s episode, Reboot co-founder Ali Schultz is joined by fellow executive coaches Heather Jassy and Ann Mehl for a di…
 
Tracy Lawrence, Co-founder and CEO of , joins Jerry talk about authenticity, leading from the heart and on the power of embracing the lost and disowned parts of ourselves, the parts in her shadow. For Tracy, it’s not only about being there for the little girl who was bullied in middle school, but also about owning her very own inner bully. Reclaimi…
 
In this episode of the Reboot Podcast, we welcome professional ultramarathon runner Dylan Bowman. After an explosive season of personal successes on the race circuit, Dylan shares how an abrupt series of injuries and unexpected setbacks rattled his perceptions of control and precipitated questions about identity and self-worth. Conversing with Jerr…
 
This Reboot Extra marks the first of a Women’s Conversation series, a collaborative discussion with Reboot’s coaches who identify as women, on the realities of women in work and life. We’ll go broad and deep on a bosom-full of topics that can weigh on a woman’s heart; finding solidarity as we weave insight from a range of well-hewn threads of wisdo…
 
On this episode of the Reboot Podcast Jerry sits down with Yancey Strickler (Co-founder and former CEO of Kickstarter) to explore his recently released book, "This Could Be Our Future: A Manifesto for a More Generous World," which lays out a vision for building a society that looks beyond money and toward maximizing the values that make life worth …
 
Along the entrepreneurial journey there comes a time and place for all leaders where we lift our heads from the fog of busyness to find ourselves on an unknown path. Knowing where we are isn’t exactly where we intended to be, we look to the past for clues to how we’ve landed in this spot. For many, this is the integral moment in which we come to re…
 
VC’s Bryce Roberts of OATV and Indie.vc, and Chris Marks of Blue Note Ventures both found the standard issue of the VC world was not a fit for them. They both sought out to set a new path, one that aligned with who they are and what they value. In a conversation with Jerry, and each other, they explore the challenges on their journey, and the poten…
 
On this episode of the Reboot Podcast, Jerry is joined by Fleet Maull, a fellow coach, social entrepreneur, and author of the recently released book, ​"Radical Responsibility". ​ In this conversation, Fleet shares how his experience in the US prison system served as the impetus for the formation, development, and personal application of his radical…
 
Although the challenges women leaders face today have been well documented and highly publicized and most of us recognize that women are often forced to tackle unique and disproportionate challenges from their male counterparts, it can be hard to fully empathize with the biases with which we ourselves may not be called to face. On this week’s podca…
 
A maker: people or hobbyists who pursue the creation of a business around an individual product. On this episode of the Reboot Podcast we welcome Jules Pieri, (Co-founder and CEO of The Grommet) back to the show for the third time. In this dialogue with Jerry, Jules describes the maker space and shares a few stories about entrepreneurs from her new…
 
On this episode of the Reboot Podcast, we’re sharing a special conversation between Jerry Colonna and Dan Harris (ABC News, 10% Happier) that was hosted and recorded by the Rubin Museum of Art earlier this month. In this dialogue, Dan and Jerry explore the importance of radical self-inquiry in leadership and life. Jerry conveys the ways in which th…
 
In this modern age, the ability to connect across continents and timezones is pivotal for a globally distributed team. While email, video calls, and chatting services provide the means to instantly connect, how successfully do we ​truly​ manage to communicate within all these channels? For Sara Hicks, CEO and Co-founder of Reaction Commerce, and re…
 
For this special episode, we’re celebrating the release of podcast host and Reboot Co-founder Jerry Colonna’s new book, "Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up." ( ). In this conversation, Jerry delves into why he wrote the book, opening up about how his life-long practice of journaling influenced the book’s format, and what he hopes those wh…
 
Jerry is joined by cinematographer and filmmaker Jeff Orlowski, best known for his critically acclaimed documentary films - Chasing Coral & Chasing Ice. The Emmy Award-winning filmmaker recently received the United Nations' highest environmental honor, the Champions of the Earth award, for his work on spreading powerful environmental messages to a …
 
A self-described planner, Alex Rethore, startup executive and founder of The Brecken Group, a consultancy that supports teams scale by driving revenue and improving operational effectiveness, comes to Jerry bridled with anxiety, yearning for clarity and a roadmap to her future. At the time of this conversation, Alex had reached out to Jerry for gui…
 
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