Thought Talk PodcastJoin us as best selling author and branding and marketing strategist Karen Tiber Leland Interviews today’s top thought leaders from the worlds of business, art, technology, science and entertainment. In every episode Karen explores each guest’s expertise, as well as some important themes for the times we live in including: Living beyond the script, finding the joy in missing out, and being an everyday artist by bringing both science, and art to the world of work. Click play on any episode below to listen to the podcast.
Former Apple CEO and Pepsi President John Sculley talks about his past, present and future as an entrepreneur and technology leader as co-founder of Zeta Global an independent marketing cloud company.
Dorie Clarke the author of Entrepreneurial You discusses why everyone needs multiple income streams and how to create them in today’s social media, online world. The New York Times called Clarke “an expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives.”
Nick Weaver the co-founder and CEO of Eero discusses how technology in our homes has changed in the last ten years, and what the future may bring.
Director and choreographer Marlo Hunter discusses her latest venture, The Theatrical Culinary Project – an immersive play by Chef Carla Hall (Top Chef, The Chew), and playwrights Jeff Augustin, Martyna Majok, Daniel Pearle, Harrison David Rivers, and Julian Sheppard.
Bernardo Moya is the founder of The Best You EXPO, and editor-in-chief of The Best You magazine. He navigated economic adversity during the 2008-2009 recession by seeking opportunities, where others saw obstacles. Bernardo runs Europe’s largest personal development trade fair. In this episode he discusses the future of conferences and how to get the most out of them.
A lot of leaders and business people turn to technology these days as the easy fix to everything. While that is the intention of technology, we have so much dependency on it that when a certain technology fails, we blame it and don’t look at the human element that was also involved in the process. President of No More Cold Calling Joanne Black is asking people to stop and step back from technology and see that we can seal the deal by having a conversation with the client. Sending emails is the way to go in business these days, but the trend of software technology is making sales people look like they are there for making a demo. Joanne explains how referrals solve this problem for leaders and the organization.
Welcome to the Competitive Advantage Podcast. My guest today is Liz Wiseman. She is the founder and the president of The Wiseman Group. She’s also the author of the very popular book, Multipliers; How The Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter.
My guest on today’s podcast is Lolly Daskal, CEO and founder of Lead from Within, a leadership consulting firm. Her extensive cross-cultural experience spans 14 countries, six languages and hundreds of companies. Lolly has also been designated a Top 50 leadership and management expert by Inc. magazine.
On today’s podcast I am interviewing Lynne Twist, author of The Soul of Money and founder of the Soul of Money Institute. Lynne is also a founding member of The Pachamama Alliance, an organization dedicated to rain forest preservation. On today’s show we will discuss branding in the non-profit world, and the significant role that money plays in our business and personal lives.
My guest on today’s episode is Joel Friedlander of Marin Bookworks. Joel is a blogger and book designer who was named by Writer’s Digest as one of the 10 people to follow in book publishing. On today’s program we discuss the power of self publishing a book including:...