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Kevin Delaney

17 Podcast Episodes

Latest 3 Dec 2022 | Updated Daily

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Creating Culture in a Hybrid Workplace with Ben Michaelis and Kevin Delaney

World Reimagined

Research shows that strong comradery and collaboration among coworkers is essential for building successful organizations. And in today’s world of hybrid work, it’s perhaps more important than ever. It’s up to leaders to create a culture that prioritizes these positive co-working relationships and fosters employee engagement. In this episode, host Gautam Mukunda speaks with Ben Michealis, Co-founder and CEO of the group.io, and Kevin Delaney, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Charter, about how leaders can build successful teams in this new world of work. The duo discusses the importance of bringing humanity to work, while maintaining boundaries between work and personal life. “The quiet quitting and Great Resignation are diagnostics on businesses.” — Kevin Delaney, CEO, and Editor-in-Chief of Charter “So much of the problem is we get into these sorts of momentary, transactional relationships where it's just about what is the transaction, as opposed to the larger picture, which is the broad relationship of how do we, how are we relating to one another long term?” - Ben Michaelis, Co-Founder and CEO of Group.io Resources: Sleeping with Your Smartphone: How to Break the 24/7 Habit and Change the Way You Work, by Leslie A. Perlow The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business, by Charles Duhigg Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business, by Charles Duhigg Follow @GMukunda on Twitter or email us at WorldReimagined@nasdaq.com For more information on this episode’s guest please visit: Nasdaq.com/world-reimagined-podcast


18 Oct 2022

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The Fed’s Dire Warning, Apple's Legal Headache, and Guest Kevin Delaney


Today’s co-host is William D. Cohan! He and Kara discuss a dire warning from the Fed, and a potential antitrust case against Apple. Plus, Truth Social is struggling, and the @WhiteHouse Twitter is getting feisty. Charter's Kevin Delaney joins to discuss the future of work.You can find William on Twitter at @WilliamCohan, and Kevin at @delaney.Send us your questions by calling us at 855-51-PIVOT, or via Yappa, at nymag.com/pivot. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1hr 9mins

30 Aug 2022

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Hat Trick Hockey

Join the boys as they have an awesome discussion with standing hockey player Kevin Delaney! He tells us about growing up playing hockey with a prosthetic arm as a kid and figuring it out on his own at the age of 7 to hold a stick. KD talks to us about playing AAA hockey and the transition to playing Jr C hockey in Amherstburg. Kevin is also a 6 time world champion and has played for the Canadian National team for years! He also tells us a few funny stories from along the way. Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/hthpodcast Music by Ignore The Evidence  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSnJVPmX2HyiftyCAnEIzKw Kingsville Observer  https://www.facebook.com/KingsvilleObserver

1hr 19mins

6 Mar 2022

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Episode #19 - Kevin Delaney

Roofing Insights Podcast

In this episode, Dmitry sits down with Kevin Delaney! In 2005, Kevin built Total Home Roofing and Construction, one of the biggest and fastest growing residential roofing companies in the country. In 2021, he sold that business to a Fortune 500 company, and today he shares his insights on that experience, why he prefers the retail model, and so much more. To watch the video version of this podcast, click here: https://youtu.be/OoU3XLUEcVYTodays episode is sponsored by SumoQuoteSumoQuote helps contractors present estimates more professionally and win more jobs with their sleek and efficient app. With pricing as low as $69/month, there’s no need for business to be using handwritten notes or Word documents to give homeowners estimates. To learn more about how SumoQuote can make your roofing business more efficient, visit http://sumoquote.com today and let their team of experts show you how to begin presenting more professional estimates.For more information about Roofing Insights visit https://roofinginsights.comFor business help and exclusive content check out https://roofing-school.comFind the best roofing contractors in your area: https://directorii.comLet's Connect:Facebook: http://bit.ly/RoofInFBTwitter: http://bit.ly/RoofInTWInstagram: http://bit.ly/RoofInIG


31 Jan 2022

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Kevin Delaney turns the future of work into a media business; plus a Sun Valley update from David Gura.

Recode Media

When are we going back to the office? How often are we going back to the office? And what’s work going to be like when we get there? Kevin Delaney is trying to answer all of those questions — and really, every question we have about the future of work — with Charter, the new media company he launched by starting a newsletter. Plus we check in with NPR’s David Gura, who is hollering — from a distance — at the tech and media moguls gathered at the annual Sun Valley conference.Featuring: David Gura (@davidgura), podcaster and journalist at NPRKevin Delaney (@delaney), Co-Founder of CharterHost: Peter Kafka (@pkafka), Senior Editor at RecodeMore to explore: Subscribe for free to Recode Media, Peter Kafka, one of the media industry's most acclaimed reporters, talks to business titans, journalists, comedians, and more to get their take on today's media landscape.About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


8 Jul 2021

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#45: Kevin Delaney - Life, Death & Leadership. A Daring Adventure Or Nothing At All. Part 3

Executive Commute With Jayson Krause

In this final part of my interview, Kevin shared his wisdom about the difference between excitement and energy and why it’s important, the necessity of "No," his secret to creating lasting family memories, and he shared his answers to my rapid fire questions.


3 May 2021

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#44: Kevin Delaney - Life, Death & Leadership. A Daring Adventure Or Nothing At All. Part 2

Executive Commute With Jayson Krause

In part 2 of my interview with Kevin Delaney, Kevin shared his lessons from his past failures and the awakening he received when he was given 24-hours to live and needed an urgent and unlikely liver transplant. 


3 May 2021

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#43: Kevin Delaney - Life, Death & Leadership. A Daring Adventure Or Nothing At All. Part 1

Executive Commute With Jayson Krause

How does someone transform from being an industrial painter with no experience in the corporate world to becoming the VP of a tech darling like LinkedIn? And more importantly how might your life change after you’ve been given 24 hours to live? In part one of this interview, Kevin Delaney shared his early days growing up in Campbell, California and how the surprising and frequent tragedies in his community helped shape his mindset and his unlikely introduction into the corporate world. This interview is a remarkable and inspiring story that will change the way you see yourself and the remaining days of your life.


3 May 2021

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Kevin Delaney - The Power of Purpose & How To Find Your Many Purposes

Transformational Leadership with Henna Inam

Kevin John Delaney is a voracious reader, night owl, musician, husband, father of three and lives by the words of Helen Keller, “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” He is the Vice President of Learning and Development at LinkedIn and the author of A Life Worth Living – Finding Your Purpose and Daring to Live the Life You’ve Imagined. In 2008, Kevin suffered a series of health issues that left him in a coma, very close to dying. He received an organ transplant that saved his life and left him determined to live a life of purpose.In this episode we discussed the power of being open to the many purposes in our daily lives. We don't have to wait for a bolt of insight to discover our true purpose in life. When we find ways to be useful to others which also bring us meaning, it is good for our own well-being as well as our impact in our workplace and community. This is also especially useful in times of disruption.- Sign up for leadership tips to thrive in disruption - leave a review on Apple Podcasts - Follow podcast host on LinkedIn


9 Mar 2021

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#18: How to Create a Life Worth Living (Interview with Kevin Delaney, VP of L&D at LinkedIn)

The Not Your Parents' Workplace Show with Nathan Tanner

In this episode, I interview Kevin Delaney and dive into his book, A Life Worth Living: Finding Your Purpose and Daring to Live the Life You've Imagined. Kevin is a VP at LinkedIn where he leads Learning and Development. Prior to that, he was an HR exec at VMware and several other companies. He's a former colleague of mine, and someone I consider to be a mentor and friend.  In our conversation, we discuss his lessons from a serious health challenge, his approach to balancing annual planning with daily rituals, his unique perspective on dealing with setbacks, and, of course, how to create a life worth living. Kevin is one of my all-time favorite people and someone who truly walks the talk. I hope you enjoy our conversation. You can read his book here.  Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The Not Your Parents' Workplace Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify The Not Your Parents' Workplace Show is here to help you grow your career and thrive in the new world of work. For more career growth tools and content, visit nathantanner.net or subscribe to my newsletter.


25 Nov 2020