loader from loading.io

Episode 36 - Rae Ringel - How to Design Better Meetings

Looking For AND

Release Date: 12/19/2019

Episode 39 - Giles Watkins - Positive Sleep show art Episode 39 - Giles Watkins - Positive Sleep

Looking For AND

How much and how well do you sleep, on average? For the last couple of years, I have been on a crusade to improve my sleep. And, Giles Watkins new book (Positive Sleep - A holistic approach to resolve sleep issues and transform your life) has the answers I've been looking for all this time!

info_outline
Episode 38 - Bob Kulhan - Getting to Yes AND show art Episode 38 - Bob Kulhan - Getting to Yes AND

Looking For AND

Ok, so that's a pretty cool title for a book! And... Bob Kuhan joins us for a fun discussion about how adopting a "yes AND" mindset can lead to greater productivity, improved communication and more creativity. In this episode, Bob and I discuss how mindfulness can make us better communicators, how "yes AND" promotes the sharing of ideas and why postponing judgment critical to cultivating ideas and exceptional problem solving.

info_outline
Episode 37 - Olivier Blanchard - Human/Machine show art Episode 37 - Olivier Blanchard - Human/Machine

Looking For AND

How many jobs will be lost with the coming AI and automation revolution? What tasks will be replaced? Which careers will be obsolete in 10 years? Olivier Blanchard co-author of Human/Machine - The Future of our Partnership with Machines argues that these may not be the best questions to be asking. Instead, let's 'look for the AND' in the partnerships that we can create to benefit employees, leaders and consumers. .

info_outline
Episode 36 - Rae Ringel - How to Design Better Meetings show art Episode 36 - Rae Ringel - How to Design Better Meetings

Looking For AND

When was the last time that you finished a meeting that you attended and thought, "Wow! That was a great meeting...I wish it was longer!" It's probably somewhere between a long time ago and never. Rae Ringel, executive coach and consultant, joins me to talk about how we can stop this epidemic of wasted time and design better meetings.

info_outline
Episode 35 - Bob Rosen - Healthy Companies International show art Episode 35 - Bob Rosen - Healthy Companies International

Looking For AND

Bob Rosen, Chairman and CEO of Healthy Companies International, joins us to talk all things leadership. Bob is a psychologist with over 30 years of experience coaching CEOs at Fortune 500 companies and conducting research on what makes great leaders.

info_outline
Episode 34 - Jack Fairweather - The Volunteer show art Episode 34 - Jack Fairweather - The Volunteer

Looking For AND

How do you define courage? After speaking with Jack Fairweather, author of "The Volunteer: One Man, An Underground Army & the Secret Mission to Destroy Auschwitz, I am convinced that one of the ultimate examples is a 39 year-old Polish underground operative named Witold Pilecki.

info_outline
Episode 33 - Jen Brown -  Think on Your Feet - Tips and Tricks to Improve Your Impromptu Communication Skills on the Job show art Episode 33 - Jen Brown - Think on Your Feet - Tips and Tricks to Improve Your Impromptu Communication Skills on the Job

Looking For AND

Jen Brown, author of Think on Your Feet - Tips and Tricks to Improve Your Impromptu Communication Skills on the Job, helps us understand how learning improv skills doesn't just make you funny. It's a life skill that can help you communicate more effectively. She has taught everyone from 3 year olds to CEOs these skills. Tune in for a couple of laughs and some practical tips!

info_outline
Episode 32 - Megan McNealy - Reinvent The Wheel show art Episode 32 - Megan McNealy - Reinvent The Wheel

Looking For AND

I have heard too many people say something like, "Once I get X done, then I can focus a little more on myself so I can get in shape, eat better, etc." Impact entrepreneur and well-being expert Megan McNealy joins me for a lively discussion about why this is all wrong.

info_outline
Episode 31 - Andrea Kramer & Alton Harris - It's Not You, It's the Workplace show art Episode 31 - Andrea Kramer & Alton Harris - It's Not You, It's the Workplace

Looking For AND

In their new book, "It's Not You, It's The Workplace - Women's Conflict At Work And The Bias That Built It" Andrea Kramer & Alton Harris argue that these conflicts are rooted in two bias-driven workplace dynamics: 1) the obstacles to career advancement women encounter simply because they are women, and 2) the misunderstandings and stereotypes they face in working with women whose social identities are different from their own—be it because of race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, or parental status.

info_outline
Episode 30 - Roger Firestien - Create In A Flash show art Episode 30 - Roger Firestien - Create In A Flash

Looking For AND

How can we get more creative when trying to solve big problems? This is the question that Roger Firestien, PhD, has been asking (and answering!) for over 40 years! As a consultant, professor and author of six practical, science-backed books, Roger has helped dozens of clients not only solve complex problems, he has taught them how to do this on their own.

info_outline
 
More Episodes

When was the last time that you finished a meeting that you attended and thought, "Wow! That was a great meeting...I wish it was longer!" It's probably somewhere between a long time ago and never. Rae Ringel, executive coach and consultant, joins me to talk about how we can stop this epidemic of wasted time and design better meetings. She talks about how many should attend, who should attend and two things everyone must do BEFORE the meeting even starts. This is a can't-miss episode for anyone who plans, facilitates or attends meetings!