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Jan 5, 2021

When we're at our worst, what does it take for us to forgive ourselves and forge a better path forward? And, is this a possibility even from a place like Death Row?  I kick off Season 3 of Humans, Now and Then with a conversation with Tessie Castillo, author of Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row, along with one of...


Dec 7, 2020

How do we shape the leaders of the future? Is there something to the trend of promoting high performers into leadership, or should we rethink the behaviors that are required of effective, proactive leaders?  In this episode, I speak to author, keynote speaker, facilitator and coach Alain Hunkins, about the three keys...


Sep 16, 2020

Smart Cities are no longer a thing of the future. Through the expanding availability and enablement of IoT at scale, we are finding ourselves figuratively and literally living within an increasingly connected world.  In Season 2 Episode 6 of Humans, Now and Then, I speak to James Caton, expert in IoT and Smart Cities,...


Aug 12, 2020

Given the amount of disruption we've faced across the world, what is your level of optimism for the future? According to sociobiologist, futurist and author Rebecca Costa, we have much to be optimistic about. However, this doesn't mean leaders and organizations should sit back and wait for a better future. Instead, the...


Aug 6, 2020

Traditional leadership is on its way out. /music/ We are well into the dawn of more compassionate styles of leadership that value the strengths and needs of those that we lead. At the forefront of this transition is Mike Vacanti,  founder of the HumansFirst Club and the author of the leadership book Believership. I kick...