Yann Toutant returns to share more deeply from his life and what’s next having stepped down as CEO of his previous company. We talk about intrapreneurship, when to break the rules, sailing and more.
More on what I’m learning and how I am being as a result of consuming fewer books and less information.
Anthony Ongaro interviews me about finding clarity, making lasting changes and how I got into this thing called coaching. It’s a rebroadcast from his video podcast in 2019.
Here are some ways to get back on track when your coaching session has lost its way.
Here’s what happened and what I learned from our cross-country road trip in August of 2019
This episode explores the new approach to reading books I adopted in July of 2019. Since then I have completed less than five books, a time period during which I would have probably completed twice as many.
Sometimes the end of one year and the start of a new one is a good time to take stock of things. For 2020 I’m not feeling the need.
Here’s what I’ve been up to from August to November 2019 and what I’m learning.
Vinod Jain leads this conversation where I share the path that led me to coaching, what I believe about certain things, and how coaching works.
I don’t have a typical work week. However, here’s one I chronicled and reflected on with Mike Vardy as an experiment for his podcast.
Yann Toutant believes companies can be more innovative by creating and working as remote teams. Our conversation explores Yann’s journey and what he’s learning.
Here are some different ways to prepare and think about your next job interview–as the interviewer or the interviewee.
Alexis Monville, Michael Doyle and I talk about working effectively with remote teams when meeting in person is not possible– a topic that came up as we collaborated on version two of Alexis’ book Changing Your Team From the Inside.
This episode explores the book A Second Chance by Catherine Hoke, my interest in law enforcement and the complexities of incarceration.
This riff explores the power of thoughts on feelings and how asking better questions yields better thoughts.