Category: Conscious Business

Elizabeth Lesser: When Women Are the Storytellers, the...

Elizabeth Lesser is cofounder of the Omega Institute and a bestselling author. Her books include Marrow, The Seeker’s Guide, and the New York Times bestseller Broken Open. Her newest book is Cassandra Speaks: When Women Are the Storytellers, the Human Story Changes. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Elizabeth about her experience in the early days of the Omega Institute, redefining “power,” and the ways that patriarchy is subtly, and not so subtly, embedded in our culture—how we can become more aware of it, and how we can make changes on the outside and inside so that in the future we can tell a different story, a story that equally embraces the power of women as well as men.

Kelly Wendorf: Flying Lead Change and Our Evolutionary...

Kelly Wendorf is an executive and personal development certified master coach, educator, spiritual mentor, and socially responsible entrepreneur. She is the founding partner of EQUUS, a leadership development organization that works with high-performing individuals, groups, and thought leaders. Her evidence-based approach to creating conditions for breakthrough transformative learning has earned her worldwide acclaim. In this podcast, Kelly joins Tami Simon to talk about her new book, Flying Lead Change: 56 Million Years of Wisdom for Leading and Living, and the unique evolutionary relationship between human beings and horses. Kelly and Tami also discuss the five central values of equine culture (safety, connection, peace, joy, and freedom), the community we share with the larger natural world, and much more.

Emma Isaacs: The Art of Winging It

Emma Isaacs is the founder of Business Chicks, a highly sought-after keynote speaker, and a media commentator on topics around female leadership and entrepreneurship. A bestselling author who has worked with the world’s greatest thought leaders and businesspeople, Emma inspires thousands with her boundless energy and ability to see possibility wherever she goes. She is also a mom to six kids under age 11. In this podcast, Emma joins Tami Simon to discuss her new book, Winging It. Emma and Tami also discuss the fallacy of “having it all,” the “four-burner theory” and focusing on our highest priorities, the concept of work-life balance (Emma doesn’t buy it!), and much more.

Alexandra Jamieson & Bob Gower: All-In Conversati...

In this inspiring podcast, Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower join Tami Simon for a conversation about conversations. Alexandra and Bob are partners in marriage and in teaching, and coauthors of the new book, Radical Alignment, which presents a four-step approach to communication designed to increase clarity, minimize miscommunication, honor each person’s individuality, and build a shared sense of trust and respect for long-term success. Here, the couple discusses their “All-in Method” (AIM) for having game-changing conversations in both your personal and professional life; how our intentions, concerns, boundaries, and dreams offer a blueprint for difficult conversations; holding an attitude of “good faith”; and much more.

Erica Ariel Fox: What if the Problem Is You? How to Wi...

Erica Ariel Fox is the author of the New York Times bestseller Winning from Within: A Breakthrough Method for Leading, Living, and Lasting Change. She is a negotiation lecturer at Harvard Law School and a senior advisor to Fortune 500 companies. Erica is a featured presenter in Sounds True’s Inner MBA program. In this podcast, she speaks with Tami Simon about her revolutionary approach to conflict resolution, how she defines “winning from within,” working with your “top team” of inner advisors, and much more. 

Steve Macadam: Enabling the Full Release of Human Poss...

Steve Macadam was, for 12 years, the President and CEO of EnPro, a $1.4 billion publicly traded company. He received a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Kentucky, an MS in finance from Boston College, and an MBA from Harvard University, where he was a Baker Scholar. He currently serves as an independent director on the boards of Louisiana-Pacific Corporation and Valvoline Inc. In this week’s podcast, Tami and Steve discuss what it means for a company to have “dual bottom lines,” and the aspiration to create a business with the formal purpose of enabling the full release of human possibility. (1 hour, 13 minutes)

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