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#74 How Human Can We Be as Leaders? - with Tarikh Korula & Jerry Colonna

The Reboot Podcast

As leaders, what might happen if we attempted to lead from a place of honesty, equanimity, and compassion? Might we transform our organizations and workplaces into safe oases where our fullest selves emerge, allowing ourselves to step into purpose and the meaningful work of our lives? In this conversation, originally aired on The Interdependence Project Podcast hosted by Tarikh Korula, Jerry and Tarikh tackle the question, “How human can we be as leaders?” We’ve decided this would be a great episode to share with you for the holidays, as we wrap up one year and set out into the fresh tracks of another new season. Links The Interdependence Project Podcast - http://theidproject.org/media/Podcast

56mins

21 Dec 2017

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Boys Don’t Cry? A Conversation with Jerry Colonna and Tarikh Korula

The Interdependence Project : 21st Century Buddhism

In this podcast, IDP Board Chair Tarikh Korula talks with Jerry Colonna, a tech coach that Wired magazine called the “Man Who Makes Founders Cry.” Jerry Colonna is an executive coach who uses the skills he learned as a venture capitalist to help entrepreneurs. He draws...

54mins

7 Dec 2017

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A Conversation with Obama Videographer Hope Hall and Tarikh Korula

The Interdependence Project : 21st Century Buddhism

In this podcast, IDP Board Chair Tarikh Korula, talks with Hope Hall, a documentary filmmaker, photographer, and teacher. Her short films have been selected for over 40 film festivals worldwide and have received numerous awards. She began working for President Obama during his 2008 campaign, from...

38mins

29 Nov 2017

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Tarikh Korula talks with Joe DiNardo

The Interdependence Project : 21st Century Buddhism

In this podcast, IDP Board Director Tarikh Korula talks with Joe DiNardo, a businessman and attorney who was married to his wife Marcia for 15 years when she was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer. DiNardo used to his years of meditation practice to help get through the grief of losing her...

58mins

16 Nov 2017

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Tarikh Korula interviews Sharon Salzberg

The Interdependence Project : 21st Century Buddhism

In this podcast, IDP Board Director Tarikh Korula interviews Sharon Salzberg, the co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society, a world-renowned teacher, and bestselling author. Sharon has written ten books — from her seminal Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness to her latest, ...

54mins

10 Nov 2017

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Ed Catmull Interviewed by IDP's Board Director Tarikh Korula

The Interdependence Project : 21st Century Buddhism

In this podcast, IDP Board Director Tarikh Korula interviews Ed Catmull, the co-founder of Pixar and president of Disney Animation Studios. Both men practice mindfulness and meditation, and their conversation explores the ways contemplative techniques can inform businesses to create compassionate...

47mins

19 Nov 2016

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#49 The Tragic Gap - with Tarikh Korula & Jerry Colonna

The Reboot Podcast

“I want to think again of dangerous and noble things. I want to be light and frolicsome. I want to be improbable beautiful and afraid of nothing, as though I had wings.” ― Mary Oliver, Owls and Other Fantasies: Poems and Essays Startups are founded with outcome in mind--creating needed change in the world, a successful exit, or most commonly, both. Holding our desired outcomes, or endings, builds the drive for our best work. But when things don’t unfold along the lines or on the trajectory we desire, it can be easy to generalize the entirety of our efforts as a failure. Tarikh Korula has founded a number of companies but has yet to achieve an exit. In this episode Jerry and Tarikh discuss how we define failure and how we hold the tragic gap--the space between where we do the work and our often elusive end aspirations. Links Tarikh Korula on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tarikh Robert Irwin: Why Art? - https://youtu.be/5Ac-m3W9fGY "Farewell to Katch" - goo.gl/rx4O1s Parker Palmer on Standing in the Tragic Gap - http://www.couragerenewal.org/723/

42mins

7 Oct 2016