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Radio Free Leader is a podcast dedicated to helping you lead smarter by tearing down the walls between the ivory tower and the corner office. Each week, host David Burkus interviews outstanding thinkers and doers in leadership, innovation, and strategy like Daniel Pink, Marcus Buckingham, Tom Rath, Adam Grant, and more.

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Radio Free Leader is a podcast dedicated to helping you lead smarter by tearing down the walls between the ivory tower and the corner office. Each week, host David Burkus interviews outstanding thinkers and doers in leadership, innovation, and strategy like Daniel Pink, Marcus Buckingham, Tom Rath, Adam Grant, and more.

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By JustBrady - Jun 25 2016
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The guests on here are amazing. Burkus get's some incredible names!

Really recommend it!!!!

By Florida residente - Apr 27 2016
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I really have learned from this podcast, enjoy every one and really recommend it!!!!

iTunes Ratings

51 Ratings
Average Ratings
48
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2

Wow Guests

By JustBrady - Jun 25 2016
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The guests on here are amazing. Burkus get's some incredible names!

Really recommend it!!!!

By Florida residente - Apr 27 2016
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I really have learned from this podcast, enjoy every one and really recommend it!!!!
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Radio Free Leader

Latest release on Sep 26, 2017

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Radio Free Leader is a podcast dedicated to helping you lead smarter by tearing down the walls between the ivory tower and the corner office. Each week, host David Burkus interviews outstanding thinkers and doers in leadership, innovation, and strategy like Daniel Pink, Marcus Buckingham, Tom Rath, Adam Grant, and more.

Rank #1: 0512 | Aubrey Daniels

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Aubrey C. Daniels is the author of the bestselling management classic Performance Management: Changing Behavior that Drives Organizational Effectiveness, recently re-released in a fifth addition. His management consulting firm, Aubrey Daniels International, works with business leaders around the world. Daniels is an internationally recognized expert on management, leadership, and workplace issues. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune, and on CNN and CNBC. In this interview, we chat about the birth of performance management as a discipline and how to create a culture the drives organizations to excel.

Jun 09 2014

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Rank #2: 0210 | Mike Figliuolo

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Mike is the Founder and Managing Director of thoughtLEADERS, LLC – a professional training firm focused on leadership development.

He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1993 where he was an honor graduate and a Distinguished Cadet. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as an officer in the United States Army. He spent five years as an Armor officer in a variety of roles including Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, Personnel Officer and ROTC Instructor at Duke University.

After leaving the Army, he joined McKinsey and Company as a management consultant before starting THOUGHleaders. His new book One Piece of Paper: The Simple Approach to Powerful, Personal Leadership is designed to help leaders define who they are and what their personal leadership philosophy is.

May 31 2014

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Rank #3: 0735 | How To Focus In A Distracted World with Cal Newport

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Cal Newport is a writer and an assistant professor of computer science at Georgetown University. He also runs the popular website Study Hacks: Decoding Patterns of Success. He is the author of "Deep Work" and "So Good They Can't Ignore You." In this interview, we discuss why deep work creates all the value and how to train yourself to work deeper.

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #4: 0212 | Les McKeown

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Les McKeown (not the one from the Bay City Rollers) is is the President & CEO of Predictable Success. He has has started over 40 companies in his own right, and was the founding partner of an incubation consulting company that advised on the creation and growth of hundreds more organizations worldwide. Since relocating from his native Ireland to the US in 1998, Les advises CEOs and senior leaders of organizations on how to achieve scalable, sustainable growth. His clients range from large family-owned businesses to Fortune 100 companies, and include Harvard University, American Express, T-Mobile, United Technologies, Pella Corporation, The US Army, Microsoft and the NSA.

In this episode, we welcome back Les to the podcast and discuss his new book The Synergist, which focuses on getting executive teams to work better together.

May 31 2014

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Rank #5: 0305 | Scott Eblin

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Scott Eblin is the co-founder and president of The Eblin Group, Inc., a leadership development and strategy firm that supports organizations in ensuring the success of their executive level leaders. Through his work as an executive coach, leadership strategist, speaker and author, Scott has become known as a thought leader in identifying the behaviors that executives need to pick up and let go as they transition into new and larger roles. In this episode, we discuss Scott’s book The Next Level: What Insider’s Need to Know About Executive Success.

May 31 2014

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Rank #6: 0303 | David Owens

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David A. Owens is professor of the practice of management at Vanderbilt’s Graduate School of Management, where he also directs the Executive Development Institute. Specializing in innovation and new product development, he is known as a dynamic speaker and is the recipient of numerous teaching awards. In this interview, we discuss his new book Creative People Must Be Stopped.

Creative People Must Be Stopped shows how individuals and organizations sabotage their own best intentions to encourage “outside the box” thinking. It shows that the antidote to this self-defeating behavior is to identify which of the six major types of constraints are hindering innovation: individual, group, organizational, industry-wide, societal, or technological. Once innovators and other leaders understand exactly which constraints are working against them and how to overcome them, they can create conditions that foster innovation instead of stopping it in its tracks.

May 31 2014

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Rank #7: 0614 | Heidi Grant Halvorson

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Heidi Grant Halvorson is a social psychologist and Associate Director of the Motivation Science Center at Columbia Business School. She is the author of four bestselling books, including "Nine Things Successful People Do Differently" and her new book No One Understands You and What To Do About It." In this interview, we discuss the cognitive biases that make authentic interactions so difficult...and what to do about it.

Jul 06 2015

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Rank #8: 0309 | Talent Anarchy

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Talent Anarchy is the dynamic speaking duo of Jason Lauritsen and Joe Gerstandt. These Talent Anarchists use their collective experiences, common beliefs and different perspectives to deliver thought-provoking, actionable keynote and workshop presentations in an engaging and, at times, comical way. Jason and Joe have been making the rounds at HR and management conferences for several years and have compiled some of their collective wisdom in their new book, Social Gravity: Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships.

In this interview, we discuss how organizations hold their talented people back, how natural relationships form and how to become a rock star in the business conference world.

May 31 2014

29mins

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Rank #9: 0739 | How The World Sees You with Sally Hogshead

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Sally Hogshead is an American author, professional speaker, chief executive officer of Fascinate, Inc and a former advertising executive. She is the author of Fascinate and How the World Sees You. Over the past decade, Hogshead has studied the science of fascination and what persuades and captivates people. In this interview, we discuss how individuals and leaders benefit from knowing what is so fascinating about them and how to put it to work.

Nov 29 2016

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Rank #10: 0737 | The Disciplined Pursuit Of Less with Greg McKeown

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Greg McKeown writes, teaches, and speaks around the world on the importance of living and leading as an Essentialist. He has spoken at companies including Apple, Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Salesforce.com, Symantec, and Twitter and is among the most popular bloggers for the Harvard Business Review and LinkedIn Influencer’s group. In this interview, we talk about how to focus in on what’s essential and pursue less but better in our life and career.

Nov 03 2016

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Rank #11: 0806 | How Leaders Succeed By Breaking Down Silos

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Heidi K. Gardner, PhD, is a Distinguished Fellow in the Center on the Legal Profession at Harvard Law School.  Her research focuses on leadership and collaboration in professional service firms. Gardner has lived and worked on four continents, including positions with McKinsey & Co. and Procter & Gamble, and as a Fulbright Scholar. She holds a BA in Japanese Studies from the University of Pennsylvania (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa), a masters degree from the London School of Economics (with honors), and a second masters and doctorate in organizational behavior from London Business School. In this interview, we discuss how leaders (and all successful professionals) win by breaking down silos.

Feb 14 2017

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Rank #12: 0610 | Tom Rath

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Tom Rath is the author of several best-selling books, including Strengths Finder 2.0, Strengths-Based Leadership and Eat Move Sleep. His latest book, Are You Fully Charged?, focuses on the small actions that make a big difference in everyday effectiveness in life and work. In this interview, we talk about The 3 keys to energizing your work and life

May 11 2015

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Rank #13: 0308 | Todd Henry

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Innovation requires creativity. And Todd Henry knows something about creativity.

Todd is the founder and CEO of Accidental Creative, a company that helps creative people and teams generate brilliant ideas. He regularly speaks and consults with companies, both large and small, about how to develop practices and systems that lead to everyday brilliance. Todd’s work has been featured by Fast Company, Fortune,Forbes, HBR.org, US News & World Report, and many other major media outlets.

In this episode, we talk about Todd’s book, The Accidental Creative: How To Be Brilliant at a Moment’s Notice which offers strategies for how to thrive in the creative marketplace and how to lead creative teams.

May 31 2014

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Rank #14: 0817 | Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong with Eric Barker

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Eric Barker’s humorous, practical blog, "Barking Up the Wrong Tree", and book of the same name, presents science-based answers and expert insight on how to be awesome at life. Over 290,000 people subscribe to his weekly newsletter and his content is syndicated by Time Magazine, The Week, and Business Insider. He has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic Monthly, and the Financial Times. In this interview, we talk about why common sense wisdom about success is soften so wrong, and what is right.

May 23 2017

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Rank #15: 0809 | Becoming The Person Others Follow with Joshua Spodek

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Joshua Spodek, bestselling author of Leadership Step by Step, is an Adjunct Professor at NYU, leadership coach and workshop leader for Columbia Business School, columnist for Inc., and founder of Spodek Academy. He has led seminars in leadership, entrepreneurship, creativity, and sales at Harvard, Princeton, MIT, INSEAD, the New York Academy of Science, and in private corporations. He holds five Ivy League degrees, including a PhD in Astrophysics and an MBA, and studied under a Nobel Prize winner. In this interview, we discuss how leadership development is a practice, and how to practice being the leader others want to follow.

Mar 22 2017

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Rank #16: 0505 | George Bradt

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George Bradt is the co-author of First Time Leader: Foundational Tools for Inspiring and Enabling Your New Team. George has a unique perspective on transformational leadership based on his combined senior line management and consulting experience. After his education at Harvard and Wharton, George progressed through sales, marketing and general management roles around the world at Fortune 500 companies including Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola, and then J.D. Power and Associates as chief executive of its Power Information Network spin off. In this interview, we talk about why moving into leadership is such a daunting task and also how to set-up first-time leaders for success.

May 31 2014

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Rank #17: 0606 | Herminia Ibarra

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Herminia Ibarra is an expert on professional and leadership development. She is the Cora Chaired Professor of Leadership and Learning at INSEAD, the founding director of The Leadership Transition executive education program at INSEAD. She is the author of "Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader." In this interview, we discuss how managers and executives at all levels can step up to leadership by making small but crucial changes in their jobs, their networks, and themselves.

Mar 16 2015

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Rank #18: 0521 | Scott Eblin

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Scott Eblin is the the author of "Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative," and founder of the Eblin Group, a professional development firm committed to helping executives and managers improve their leadership presence by being fully present. In this interview, we talk about the growing number of overwhelmed leaders and how mindfulness and purpose contribute to better leadership and better lives.

Oct 13 2014

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Rank #19: 0604 | John Richard Bell

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John Richard Bell is a retired CEO, a strategy consultant, and author of "Do Less Better." In this interview, we discuss the power of strategic sacrifice in complex world.

Feb 16 2015

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Rank #20: 0603 | Ron Friedman

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Ron Friedman, Ph.D. is an award-winning psychologist and founder of ignite80, a consulting firm that helps smart leaders build extraordinary workplaces. He is the author of The Best Place to Work. In this interview, we discuss the science behind creating an extraordinary workplace.

Feb 02 2015

19mins

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1000 | A Special Announcement from David Burkus on Radio Free Leader

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A special announcement for everyone subscribed to Radio Free Leader. Listen to this announcement, then stay connected for updates on future projects at http://davidburkus.com/join

Sep 26 2017

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0827 | How the Science of Mental Preparation Can Help You Succeed with Dan McGinn

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Daniel McGinn is the author of "Psyched Up: How the Science of Mental Preparation Can Help You Succeed." McGinn works as a senior editor at Harvard Business Review, where he edits the IdeaWatch and How I Did It sections, manages the magazine’s annual Best Performing CEOs in the World ranking, and edits feature articles on topics including negotiation, sales, and entrepreneurship. He has appeared as a guest on NBC’s Today Show, the CBS Morning Show, PBS’s NewsHour, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, and NPR.

Sep 11 2017

39mins

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0826 | The Hidden Force That Creates the World's Greatest Teams with Sam Walker

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Sam Walker is The Wall Street Journal’s deputy editor for enterprise, the unit that directs the paper’s in-depth page-one features and investigative reporting projects. A former reporter, sports columnist, and sports editor, Walker founded the Journal’s prizewinning daily sports coverage in 2009. In addition to The Captain Class, he is the author of Fantasyland, a bestselling account of his attempt to win America’s top fantasy baseball expert competition (of which he is a two-time champion). Walker attended the University of Michigan. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

Sep 05 2017

38mins

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0825 | How to Unlock The Power of an Unfocused Mind with Srini Pillay

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Dr. Srini Pillay is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Part-Time) at Harvard Medical School. He is known for combining “head and heart” (figuratively and literally) in an approach to personal development and goal mastery that blends science, spirituality, and horns-grabbing joie de vivre to combat the stresses faced by ambitious and high-achieving people in academia, business, and life. After graduating at the top of his class from medical school in South Africa, he received a Medical Research Council Scholarship to study the neurochemistry of panic. Thereafter, he completed his residency in psychiatry at McLean Hospital—Harvard’s largest freestanding psychiatric hospital—with the most accolades ever given to a single resident. Srini also completed fellowships in Psychopharmacology, Structural Brain Imaging and Functional Brain Imaging. He has been an expert guest for CNN, Fox, NPR, The New York Times, Washington Post, Huffington Post, Harvard Business School, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Forbes, Fortune, Business Insider and many other news outlets in a variety of media and is known as a highly entertaining guest.

Aug 29 2017

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0824 | How to Find and Work With a Mentor with Claire Diaz-Ortiz

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Claire Díaz-Ortiz is an author, speaker, and technology innovator who has been named one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company. Claire was an early employee at Twitter, where she was hired to lead corporate social innovation.

Aug 21 2017

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0823 | How to be Known for Something with Andrew Davis

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Andrew Davis is a bestselling author and internationally acclaimed keynote speaker. Before co-founding, building and selling a thriving digital marketing agency, Andrew Davis created programming for local television, produced for NBC’s Today Show, worked for The Muppets in New York and wrote for Charles Kuralt. He has marketed for tiny start-ups and Fortune 500 brands. In 2016, Davis founded Monumental Shift, the world’s first talent agency for marketing thought leaders.

Aug 14 2017

42mins

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0822 | Timeless Strategies for Thriving in the New Creative Age with Jeff Goins

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Jeff Goins is the author of four books, including the national best seller, The Art of Work. He is also a full-time blogger, speaker, and entrepreneur. Jeff’s award-winning blog, GoinsWriter.com, has been visited by over four million people from around the world. His work has been featured in the Washington Post, USA Today, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and Psychology Today. He and his wife, Ashley, live just outside of Nashville, TN with their two children and dog.

Aug 08 2017

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0821 | How to Kill Email Anxiety, Avoid Distractions, and Get Real Work Done with Jocelyn Glei

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Jocelyn K. Glei is obsessed with how we can find more creativity and meaning in our daily work. Her latest book is Unsubscribe, a modern guide to killing email anxiety, avoiding distraction, and getting real work done. Her previous books include Manage Your Day-to-Day, Maximize Your Potential, and Make Your Mark, which offer pragmatic, actionable advice for creatives on managing their time, their careers, and their businesses. She was formerly the founding director of the 99U Conference and editor-in-chief of 99u.com, which earned two Webby Awards for Best Cultural Blog. Jocelyn has given talks at leading creative companies and conferences all over the world, including Google, The Guardian, How To Academy, The Next Web (TNW), and CreativeMornings, among others. Her writing and ideas have been featured in outlets including NPR, New York Magazine, Fast Company, BuzzFeed, SELF, Harvard Business Review, GQ, and Brain Pickings. You can find her online at jkglei.com.

Jul 24 2017

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0820 | How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter with Liz Wiseman

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0820 | How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter with Liz Wiseman by David Burkus

Jul 17 2017

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0819 | How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen Within Organizations with Jim Kouzes

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Jim Kouzes is a bestselling author, an award-winning speaker and, according to the Wall Street Journal, one of the twelve best executive educators in the United States.

Currently Jim is Dean’s Executive Fellow of Leadership, Leavey School of Business, at Santa Clara University, and also lectures on leadership around the world to corporations, governments, and nonprofits. In 2010, Jim received the Thought Leadership Award from the Instructional Systems Association, the most prestigious award given by the trade association of training and development industry providers. He was listed as one of HR Magazine’s Most Influential International Thinkers for 2010 and 2011, named one of the 2010 and 2011 Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior by Trust Across America, and ranked by Leadership

Jul 05 2017

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0818 | Finding, Creating, and Using Thresholds to Create Change with David Gray

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Having been involved in a lot of well-intentioned innovation and change initiatives in industry, government and small businesses, Dave Gray noticed that people have an astonishing ability to miscommunicate and misunderstand one another, and often work at cross-purposes to the very things they are trying to accomplish. In 1993 He founded XPLANE, the visual thinking company, to help people develop shared understanding, so they can make better, faster decisions, and work better together to create more lasting, sustainable impact. In this interview, we discuss what's blocking many people from making lasting change, and how to overcome it.

Jun 28 2017

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0817 | Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong with Eric Barker

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Eric Barker’s humorous, practical blog, "Barking Up the Wrong Tree", and book of the same name, presents science-based answers and expert insight on how to be awesome at life. Over 290,000 people subscribe to his weekly newsletter and his content is syndicated by Time Magazine, The Week, and Business Insider. He has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic Monthly, and the Financial Times. In this interview, we talk about why common sense wisdom about success is soften so wrong, and what is right.

May 23 2017

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0816 | The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking with Judah Pollack

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Judah Pollack is an author and speaker. He has worked with everyone from US Army Generals and Special Forces to non-profit founders and social good pioneers. A regular speaker at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, Judah engages people in asking what does it mean to be human? In this interview, we dive deep into how your brain thinks, and how to trigger breakthrough thinking.

May 16 2017

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0815 | Why Innovation Needs Liberal Arts with Scott Hartley

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SCOTT HARTLEY is a venture capitalist and startup advisor. He has served as a Presidential Innovation Fellow at the White House, a partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures, and a venture partner at Metamorphic Ventures. Prior to venture capital, Hartley worked at Google, Facebook, and Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Hartley first heard the term "fuzzy" at Stanford, to refer to any liberal arts major at Stanford. In this interview, we discuss his observations that many of the most innovative "techie" firms need liberal arts minds as well.

May 08 2017

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0814 | Unleash Your Team's Productive Power with Michael Mankins

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Michael C. Mankins is a partner in Bain & Company's San Francisco office and a leader in the firm's Organization practice. He is also a senior member of Bain's Strategy and Industrial Goods & Services practices. Much of his work has focused on the strategic and organizational initiatives that drive performance and long-term value. He is the co-author of "Time, Talent, Energy: Overcome Organizational Drag and Unleash Your Team’s Productive Power." In this interview, we discuss how the organization's most precious resources rarely end up on a balance sheet.

Apr 25 2017

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0813 | Outsmart Yor Instincts with Adam Hansen

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As a new product professional, Adam has always believed in the power of possibility—accepting new approaches, questioning conventional wisdom, and being open to anything. This impulse led him to a career in developing new products for innovative companies such as M&M/Mars, Melaleuca and American Harvest, before joining Ideas To Go in 2001. His path to innovation process started with an MBA in product management from Indiana University. He also cultivated his passion for New Product Development as the VP of Association Development for PDMA, and has also enriched his own practice through training in Innovation Engineering. In this interview, we discuss how our biased hold us back...and how to hold them back in return.

Apr 20 2017

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0812 | How To Lead In A Crisis with Melissa Agnes

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Melissa Agnes is a sought-after, international crisis management keynote speaker. She delivers powerful talks that help today’s organizations understand the realities that loom when crisis strikes. Her customized presentations provide tools and strategies that create a proactive, crisis-ready corporate culture. In this interview, we discuss how leaders can best respond to a crisis.

Apr 13 2017

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0811 | The Vision Of Art with Erik Wahl

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Erik Wahl is an internationally recognized graffiti artist, # 1 best-selling author and entrepreneur. Erik redefines the term “keynote speaker.” Pulling from his history as both a businessman and an artist, he has grown to become one of the most sought-after corporate speakers available today. Erik’s on-stage painting seamlessly becomes a visual metaphor to the core of his message, encouraging organizations toward profitability through innovations and superior levels of performance. His list of clients includes AT&T, Disney, London School of Business, Microsoft, FedEx, Exxon Mobil, Ernst & Young, and XPrize; Erik has even been featured as a TED presenter. The responses received have been nothing short of incredible, with standing ovations to prove it.

Erik’s bestselling business book "Unthink" was hailed by Forbes Magazine as THE blueprint to actionable creativity and by Fast Company Magazine as “Provocative with a Purpose.” His provocative new book, "The Spark & the Grind: Ignite the Power of Disciplined Creativity," shares how you can train yourself to become creative in your business and everyday life.

Apr 06 2017

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0810 | Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone with Andy Molinsky

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Andy Molinsky is a Professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School. Andy helps people develop the insights and courage necessary to act outside their personal and cultural comfort zones when doing important, but challenging, tasks in work and life. His work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, Psychology Today, the Financial Times, the Boston Globe, NPRand Voice of America. Andy was awarded as a Top Voice for LinkedIn for his work in education. In this interview, we discuss if outside your comfort zone is really where the magic happens.

Mar 29 2017

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0809 | Becoming The Person Others Follow with Joshua Spodek

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Joshua Spodek, bestselling author of Leadership Step by Step, is an Adjunct Professor at NYU, leadership coach and workshop leader for Columbia Business School, columnist for Inc., and founder of Spodek Academy. He has led seminars in leadership, entrepreneurship, creativity, and sales at Harvard, Princeton, MIT, INSEAD, the New York Academy of Science, and in private corporations. He holds five Ivy League degrees, including a PhD in Astrophysics and an MBA, and studied under a Nobel Prize winner. In this interview, we discuss how leadership development is a practice, and how to practice being the leader others want to follow.

Mar 22 2017

42mins

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iTunes Ratings

51 Ratings
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48
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Wow Guests

By JustBrady - Jun 25 2016
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The guests on here are amazing. Burkus get's some incredible names!

Really recommend it!!!!

By Florida residente - Apr 27 2016
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I really have learned from this podcast, enjoy every one and really recommend it!!!!