What happens when you let learning be your guide?
An interview with David Kadavy, author, designer, thinker, and an exploration of the genuine adventure of learning.View Podcast »
Diving into the underwater world with just one breath of air
A deep dive into the underwater world of freediving, the magic of your mammalian diving reflex, freediving photography, and more...View Podcast »
Vulnerability, diversity, and learning in the workplace
Laura Cutrona discusses assumption busting, leadership insights, and DEI best practices for organizational effectiveness.View Podcast »
Understanding the plastic plague in Earth's ocean
Rebecca Daniel helps us understand the massive, complex challenge of plastic ocean pollution and the hope there is for solutions.View Podcast »
Everyone has a call to adventure, a challenging quest, a mighty adversary, a secret treasure, and a lesson learned
A deep dive on Joseph Campbell's work on The Hero's Journey and its many intersections with our modern lives and the stories we live.View Podcast »
How do humans learn and grow and what's it got to do with making change?
A riveting intellectual adventure into the world of organizational psychology, learning and development, creativity, and innovation.View Podcast »
How listening, purpose, and data contribute to innovation in learning and development
Julia Brandon talks about integrating data and analytics in talent management with an eye towards building trust and relationships at work. Opinions her own.View Podcast »
Culture, Power, and Personal Development at Work
Bill Torbert talks stages of personal growth, eight types of power, and the real purpose of development.View Podcast »
Three travelers rave and muse about the transformational potential of seeing the world.
Have you ever booked a one way plane ticket to somewhere you've never been? Have you been surrounded by people who speak a different language than your own? You might have the heart of a traveler.View Podcast »
Take a look behind the scenes with Amanda Wilson Carter as she creates a new kind of educational experience.
Join Amanda Wilson Carter in her journey to merge science education with her passions for travel, creativity, design, and environmentalism. This episode is structured as a real time innovation coaching session in which Amanda sets out to imagine a new kind of educational experience.View Podcast »
The illuminating powers of fly fishing and photography
How fly fishing initiates a meditative state, how nature can help in drug and alcohol addiction, and what giving away the perfect photo can mean to a photographer.View Podcast »
What if life were never meant to be ordinary in the first place?
Sci-fi musings and travel stories from long-time collaborator and friend Andrew James Ferris, and if you listen to the end, or just skip to the end, plans for a new adventure.View Podcast »
What becomes possible when people learn by taking action to solve real problems? Listen close...
Our guest, Mies de Koning, takes us on a deep dive into Action Learning and its many lessons in the modern learning and development landscape.View Podcast »
How to handle change, move with the market, and build incredible training programs
Rebecca describes how she handles disruptive market forces as a learning manager from the lens of a healthcare industry that's about to transform.View Podcast »
What does the research tell us about human creativity?
James Kaufman is a remarkably insightful creativity researcher. In this episode we dive deep into what the research tells us about human creativity.View Podcast »
Lessons for enterprise from learning at universities, discussions about the latest learning tech, how to win a Guiness World Record, and more!
Our guest, Chrissy Roth Francis, shares her key learnings coming from a career in universities and transitioning into enterprise L&D.View Podcast »
What if corporate life is pushing us further and further into a nervous and stressful place within ourselves? What if there were another way?
Our guest Hilary Shaw demonstrates the effect of activating our parasympathetic nervous system in a world that constantly pushes us in the other, more stressful, direction.View Podcast »
Exploring the emergence of virtual teams, and uncovering some best case practices with Monesh Bulchandani
Monesh and Costa both work on virtual teams, with teammates strewn across the globe, working primarily over chat and video conference systems. In this episode, they trade stories, best case practices, tips, and image how this trend of going virtual might impact the future of the work world.View Podcast »
Reflecting on creativity and how inclusive innovation can help save the world with Maggie Dugan
Maggie Dugan takes us on a journey into the world of creativity facilitators and tells the story of the practice she founded at Inclusive Innovation.View Podcast »
An exploration of trends and changes in the L&D space with Adeel Hasan
Adeel Hasan explores change and disruption in the Learning & Development space, and recounts his own learnings in his career and life.View Podcast »
What if you had an audience of only one person? ...a single customer? ...only one fan or follower?
Abraham Burickson shares his learnings from twelve years of building incredibly immersive experiences for an audience of just one person.View Podcast »
Exploring the emergence and impact of Design Thinking with Toby Scott
Toby Scott tells the story of Design Thinking, and shows us just how powerful it can be in making things better for people.View Podcast »
Exploring the intersections between music, learning, and leadership development with Paul Kwiecinski
Paul Kwiecinski shares stories and insights from his journey using music to create transformational learning experiences for business leaders.View Podcast »