Join Mike for his podcast, We're All In This Together (which is also the title of his latest book). Mike shares his own wisdom and insight, and also interviews interesting and influential business leaders, thought leaders, and change makers on the show. Over the past 22 years, Mike has partnered with people, leaders, and teams within top organizations like Google, Wells Fargo, Airbnb, Gap, Microsoft, Schwab, the NBA, Genentech, eBay, the Oakland A's, and many others. Episodes of the show authentically address important topics and challenges, and offer specific tips about leadership, teamwork, and life. These conversations are designed to give you practical ideas, insights, and techniques to enhance your success, impact, and the performance of your team.
My guest on this podcast episode, Matthew Luhn, worked for over twenty years at Pixar – helping create the stories for some of the most successful animated films in history, including: Toy Story, Monsters Inc., Cars, UP, and Finding Nemo.
Today, he is a keynote speaker and consultant to some of most influential businesses and brands in the world like Apple, Charles Schwab, Google, Adidas, Disney and many others. These companies contact him when they want to know how to inspire creativity and innovation internally as well as how to make better connections with their customers. Matthew’s unique story creation experience with Pixar, Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), and The Simpsons, along with his anybody can succeed attitude, make his “Story for Business” seminars and workshops a sought after experience.
My guest today, Bob Andrews, is someone I’ve known for many years. He is a dear friend and someone I greatly appreciate. Bob has had an interesting career – working as a teacher, then as a retail store manager, and ultimately building his career in the field of Human Resources. He was the head HR for Jamba Juice and held various HR jobs at Gap Inc. Bob is now working for himself, doing something he has always felt passionate about – executive and leadership coaching.Full Show Notes
Michael Bungay Stanier is my guest on this week’s episode of my podcast. He is the author of many books including Do More Great Work and, his latest, The Coaching Habit. Michael’s company, Box of Crayons, help organizations to do less good work and more great work.
What does Bring Your Whole Self to Work Mean to Michael?
Michael references the insights in the book The Dark Side of the Light Chasers by Debbie Ford and how the ‘I Am That’ process allows a person to acknowledge all that they are and show up as their whole person. He says there is something about understanding how you are different in this world and doubling down on what makes you unique.Full Show Notes
Today’s episode of my Bring Your Whole Self to Work podcast is with my friend Eric Severson. Eric has been working and studying the field of Human Resources for over 25 years. He spent many of those years at Gap Inc., which is where we met. At Gap Inc., Eric served as the co-CHRO in charge of global enterprise talent strategy and operations.
He is a leader who works to create culture and support the growth of talent. In 2014, Eric was appointed by the US Commerce Secretary to be a part of the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NACIE). The organization’s initiatives include looking at how to create organizations where people can bring their whole selves to work and be successful. They also focus on how organizations and corporations can be positive influences in society at large.(more…) Full Show Notes
Today I’m speaking with my friend Dr. Dacher Keltner, a professor at UC Berkeley who is also the co-founder and faculty director of the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center. He is a renowned expert in the biological and evolutionary origins of human emotions and he studies awe, compassion, beauty and love. He just wrote a new book, The Power Paradox, and has also authored two previous books, Born to Be Good:The Science of a Meaningful Life and The Compassion Instinct.(more…) Full Show Notes