Summer Best-Of-Series: Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower
Off The Gram
Initially recorded at the beginning of Stay-at-Home orders for our "quarantine wellness" series, AND the only show we didn't get on video for Dr. Oz, Heidi's pick for summer-best-of-series is all about effective communication, and How to NOT Get Divorced.With quarantine and all of the pandemic stressors causing divorce rates to SKYROCKET, relationship experts, Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower, share their proven approach, also shared in their book Radical Alignment, to getting clear on what you need and want individually so you can come together, support each other, and thrive as a team through this crisis and beyond.Their methods work at home, work, or anywhere else. So, listen up! And, get your free chapter and bonuses HERE:https://radicalalignmentbook.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Cult of Personal Development: Toxic Charisma with Bob Gower
The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
This week, we're airing a special four-part series on THE CULT OF PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT. Tune-in every day for new episodes. If you want to participate in the conversation, visit http://unmistakablecreative.com/participateBob Gower is a writer, coach and consultant who, during a vulnerable period of his life, attended a workshop on communication. Welcomed with open arms and adoration, Bob found himself in what he refers to as a 'sex cult'. In this episode we discuss toxic charisma, the driving force behind most cults, as well as how to not let it fool you.Bob Gower runs a company with his wife, The Alignment Company | https://alignmentco.comFind out more about Bob and his work at his website | https://www.bobgower.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and engage with the creative community! Just visit https://the-unmistakable-creative-podcast.mn.co/ to sign up.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Listener Favorites | Bob Gower: Inside the Psychology of Cults
The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
In classic cult psychology or cult literature, there’s really two characteristics to a cult. First is that it’s ideologically intense and of course that can describe a lot of organizations. Everything from say something like the Landmark forum to the United States of America. We have an ideology that sits behind the organization. In order to be a part of the US government you have to adopt a certain kind of ideology. There’s this idea that we have an ideology. And cults for that reason pray on people like myself who really want to make the world a better place, want to change the world or feel dissatisfied in some way. There can be political cults. There are quite a few of those out there. There can be spiritual cults. There can be even commercial cults. Real estate is apparently a really common place right now where you find people who are learning how to flip houses and do all this stuff. And they began to develop these really intense ideology around how they approach the world and how they see the world. – Bob GowerCommit ActionCommit Action pairs you with a dedicated coach to act as your second brain, helping you to break down big goals, prioritize, and execute consistently.A lot of their reviews on TrustPilot describe Commit Action as literally life changing.As an Unmistakable Creative listener you’ll get $100 off your first month of coaching when you use creative100 at checkout.So if you want to become a productivity powerhouse then go to www.CommitAction.com and give it a try.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and engage with the creative community! Just visit https://the-unmistakable-creative-podcast.mn.co/ to sign up.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
379: Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower on Conversations for Radical Alignment
The One You Feed
Futures Soup 40: Bob Gower Organizational Design & Radical Alignment
Michael Garcia Novak
En este episodio entrevisto a Bob Gower, consultor y columnista para New York Times e Inc. Magazine. Autor del Libro Radical Alignment. Hablamos sobre el diseño de las organizaciones y como ser más responsivos
Alex Jamieson + Bob Gower: The Choice to Radically Align
Permission To Choose
Top-level life and business coaches (and also a happily married couple) Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower share their important method for helping groups to stop clashing and start working together―to jump from “we can’t” to an enthusiastic “hell yes!”. Join Stef as she discusses their new book Radical Alignment, and the choice to radically align is needed now more than ever. Produced by LegRoom Creative Engineered by www.podcaststudioservices.com
256: Saner Arguments—Discourse vs. Debate with Bob Gower
Pivot with Jenny Blake
When discussing fraught, divisive, or high-stakes issues it's so easy to get defensive, triggered, and hurt—sometimes even doing irreparable damage to relationships we hold dear. Communications pro Bob Gower returns to Pivot to help us understand something crucial before we engage in our next argument: is this discourse or a debate?He outlines the difference between the two in his fantastic piece, Rules of Engagement: 5 Steps to Better Arguments: "In discourse, the goal is to eventually align. Debate is discourse's more flamboyant cousin where people with opposing views intend to remain that way at the end of the conversation.”In this wandering conversational stroll, we explore what it means to be a “good person,” when "agree to disagree" does and doesn't work, intent versus impact, when not to "poke the bear," releasing the urge to have an opinion on everything (or enter into an argument with every person in the first place), why Bob shut-down several of his social media profiles, and how he boils this all down into his day-to-day practices and intentions.As longtime listeners know well by now, awkward is the name of the game for subjects as tricky as these! For intrepid listeners, our hope is that by hearing us work through (in real-time) some of these more challenging aspects of tough conversations, it will give you a chance to explore where you stand and what approach you want to take—knowing there isn't always just one "right" answer.Resources Mentioned:Bob’s website, LinkedIn, InstagramBob's books: Radical Alignment: How to Have Game-Changing Conversations That Will Transform Your Business and Your Life and Agile Business: A Leader’s Guide to Harnessing ComplexityArticles: Rules of Engagement: 5 Steps to Better Arguments, How to Be Wrong Like a Man, From Sex Cult to C-SuitePodcast: ConspiritualityBook: Descartes' Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human BrainReddit: Late Stage CapitalismRelated Pivot Podcasts: 204: Radical Alignment: Getting to Hell Yes with Alex & Bob, 240: The Beauty of Conflict with CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke, 148: Penney & Jenny Show—Pivoting From Toxic Situations Toward Self-Entertainment❤️ Enjoying the show? Pivot Podcast is listener supported—consider donating to become a Pivot Insider and you’ll get access to a private monthly Q&A call: http://pivotmethod.com/insider 💌 Get my curated weekly(ish) PivotList newsletter at http://pivotmethod.com/pivotlist💬 I’d love to hear what’s on your mind! Take the Pivot listener survey at http://pivotmethod.com/survey🗣 Submit a question or comment for future episodes at http://pivotmethod.com/ask 🎧 Make sure you’re subscribed wherever you listen to ‘casts: https://pod.link/1054817076📝 Check out full show notes from this episode with links to resources mentioned at http://pivotmethod.com/256 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The conversation technique that leads to radical alignment w/ Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower
Brave New Work
We often wait to talk about the hard stuff until the shit has hit the fan. But what if we made space for difficult conversations before they become difficult? That's the insight at the heart of Radical Alignment, a new book that introduces a four part conversation technique designed to get couples, teams, and groups on the same page.In this episode, we speak with Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower about how game-changing conversations—spanning our intentions, concerns, boundaries, and dreams—can transform our lives at work and at home.Learn more about Radical Alignment at https://getradicalalignment.com/Our book is available now at bravenewwork.comWe want to hear from you. Send your thoughts and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.orgLooking for some help with your own transformation? Visit theready.com
Alex Jamieson & Bob Gower | How to Have Hard Conversations
Good Life Project
Alex Jamieson & Bob Gower | How to Have Game Changing Conversations That Will Transform Your Life and Business
The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
The way you show up in conversations has the power to transform your life and business, yet we're never taught how to build the necessary communication skills in order to take full advantage of this. Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower talk us through the fundamentals of radical alignment, reducing interpersonal friction and interacting with those around you.Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower are the authors of Radical Alignment, available now | https://RadicalAlignmentBook.comVisit Bob Gower's website | https://BobGower.comVisit Alex Jamieson's | https://AlexandraJamieson.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and engage with the creative community! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.