Episode 4 – Lynne Twist & Alexander McCobin on Shifting from a Mindset of Scarcity to Purpose, Sufficiency and Gratitude

In this episode, Lynne Twist, Alexander McCobin and I talk about how, now more than ever, it is so critical for us to show up differently and more conscious. Lynne is the epitome of a conscious leader making a difference around her every single day and discusses the critical transformation we need to make from the unconscious and unexamined assumptions we hold to move from a lens of scarcity to sufficiency. Alexander is a beacon of energy and positivity to change the DNA of our business world and discusses the important role Conscious Capitalism is playing in this. The problems our world is facing demand we ALL show up as leaders and that the business and activist communities start partnering to find solutions together. We are neurobiologically hardwired for connection; our conversation reinforces this and that we need to partner and be in relationship to pave a path for a better, more sustainable future. I walked away inspired, encouraged and hopeful and know you’ll feel the same!

Episode 3 – Laura Hall on Starting Somewhere and Embracing Progress Over Perfection

In this episode, Laura Hall and I talk about how important it is that we don’t let perfection be the enemy of progress and that seemingly small steps can lead to having a large impact. In other words, we all can start somewhere and have a ripple effect around us. Laura is an incredible force for good in this world and is bringing conscious leadership principles to a key stakeholder - our children. And we share a love of accessories! I hope you’ll walk away encouraged, inspired and energized like I was when we finished our interview.

Podcast: School for Startups Radio

School for Startups Radio has won awards from the Small Business Association, so I was honored to be a guest. Host, Jim Beach, and I had a great conversation about the future of work – both the opportunities and challenges we’ll face. We talk about the intentionality it takes to build relationships in a dispersed,...

Giving Ourselves and Others Permission to FEEL

We are forever changed… The non-stop VUCA-extreme nature of 2020 sometimes has me feeling like I’m in a bad 1990’s infomercial…waiting for the man with the beard to say, “But wait; there’s more!” Sometimes I wonder how much more we can possibly bear. Other times, I’m able to rally and find hope. I constantly refer...

Podcast: Brandology

I had a great conversation with Mark Mosher and David Mauro on their Brandology podcast.  We talked about our new book, “Rehumanizing the Workplace,” how to reconcile what our disruptive, VUCA world demands of us and the human condition that wants to instead cling to what is familiar, how people can show up as leaders...

Podcast: Inspirational Women Warm 106.9

I had a great conversation with Kate Daniels from Warm 106.9 Radio on her Inspirational Women podcast.  We talked about our new book, “Rehumanizing the Workplace,” how the pandemic has led to people and businesses resetting their priorities, and what our future workplaces need to reflect to navigate our disruptive world, keep people as whole...

Radio Interview: Prudent Money

I had the wonderful opportunity to spend time with Bob Brooks on his Prudent Money radio show. We discussed what work needs to look like as we usher in our “next normal” due to the pandemic, the incredible need for rehumanizing workplaces, and how we can show up as leaders and thrive in an increasingly...

Becoming Stronger, Better Versions of Ourselves

Curiosity and Grace…the words of 2020 (next to pivot and adaptability). People will remember how we show up during these times for years to come. We have the opportunity to take the struggles and the lessons we’re learning during this time and become stronger, better versions of ourselves. And we must also remember that we...

Podcast: Geek Speak

I had the wonderful opportunity to chat with Nancy Pautsch and Envision IT on their Geek Speak podcast about what we need to be more human and intentional during these times of crisis (and beyond) – especially with more remote work and physical separation. My part starts around 17:00. And super grateful for Nancy’s raving endorsement...

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