Carley Hauck: Being Brave and Loving at Work

March 2, 2021

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Carley Hauck is a learning architect, leadership development consultant, author, speaker, and coach who serves as adjunct faculty at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. She has worked with hundreds of leaders in Fortune 100 companies and high-growth startups such as LinkedIn, Genentech, Pixar, Clif Bar, Intuit, and Bank of the West. With Sounds True, Carley has published the book Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World. In this podcast, Carley meets with Sounds True founder Tami Simon to discuss leading in a more conscious and inclusive way, cultivating a new operating model for how we go about conducting ourselves in business, leading change when you’re not the company’s leader, maintaining well-being and the ability to flourish at work, and more.

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Carley Hauck: Being Brave and Loving at Work

Carley Hauck is a learning architect, leadership development consultant, author, speaker, and coach who serves as adjunct faculty at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. She has worked with hundreds of leaders in Fortune 100 companies and high-growth startups such as LinkedIn, Genentech, Pixar, Clif Bar, Intuit, and Bank of the West. With Sounds True, Carley has published the book Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World. In this podcast, Carley meets with Sounds True founder Tami Simon to discuss leading in a more conscious and inclusive way, cultivating a new operating model for how we go about conducting ourselves in business, leading change when you’re not the company’s leader, maintaining well-being and the ability to flourish at work, and more.

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