People building workplaces that attract a crowd
What’s it like to be the CEO of a US$1.4 billion company? In this episode, we get to hear straight from the source.
Shishir Mehrotra is the Co-CEO of Coda and a former Vice President at YouTube. He also sits on the board of Spotify.
When we think about what companies like these are in the business of doing, we are focused on their
What is neurodiversity and how does it relate to the workplace? Michelle Kershaw is an independent and neurodiverse consultant currently working with Kiwibank as their Culture Lead. Michelle helps workplaces be more attractive to neurodiverse people, including through a collaboration with Remarkable Minds and CCS Cards that will result in a neurodiversity playbook. Michelle discovered her
Elise Keith and Dave Mastrionardi are running a massive global experiment to define the new rules for work. They’re asking questions about how teams can work best now that we’re managing distance, and co-location. With Elise’s experience in running meetings that work, and Dave’s background in consulting using games, this conversation was bound to
We had a rare insight on this podcast episode into what it takes to lead well, and to enjoy it. Imagine having a framework that gives you such a complete understanding of human nature that you can get back to enjoying the job of leadership? This is what Andrew has spent a number of
It’s not often I talk with a guest who was the agent for a world-class athlete. That makes Parker Lee very interested in high performance – he discovered that it’s the brain, not the way you train, that makes a difference. Parker is now the Global Managing Partner at Territory, a strategy, innovation, transformation
Vanessa Tanicien is an expert in cross-functional collaboration and strategy. She has facilitated 1000+ workshops, events, team-building activities, and strategy sessions for executives and teams. When I first heard Vanessa speak, I was impressed with her ability to distill some of the core challenges of hybrid communication into bite-size concepts we can work with.
Real estate can be a powerful source of competitive advantage. When leaders want to make it so. McKinsey recently said that the first step is to determine the corporate metrics and objectives that you want to achieve. The next is to identify the moments that matter for employees, suppliers, and customers to achieve those
Most leaders of hybrid workplaces don’t realise the inefficiencies created by hybrid, which are the reason project timelines stretch out, teams become siloed and frustration levels climb. Neil Calvert takes a fantastically useful approach to helping organisations change their systems and processes, including the way hybrid teams communicate and manage their information. I thoroughly enjoyed