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Episode 37 - Olivier Blanchard - Human/Machine

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Release Date: 12/26/2019

Episode 42 - Kelly Lewis - Navigating Polarities show art Episode 42 - Kelly Lewis - Navigating Polarities

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What is leadership? Most dictionaries offer a definition that takes into account "causing or directing others" towards a goal or mission. David Marquet, former United States Navy submarine commander argues that great leadership is almost all about the language used to get the best long-term results possible.

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Candace is on faculty at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and Georgetown Law School, teaching courses called Arts of Communication and Negotiation. She is also the President of Candid Communications which serves to change the world for good by changing behavior.

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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!

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

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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.

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

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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. .

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

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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.

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

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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.

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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

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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!

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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. Blanchard does not want to paint an overly rosy picture. He and his co-author (Daniel Newman) suggest that we re-frame our goals, the direction we take and look at this through a more positive lens than simply the negative aspects.