English majors Felice Gray-Kemp and Nancy talk about the unnecessary political distractions in global companies and the cop-out of being your “authentic” self.
Master coach John Baldoni discusses purpose, values and the delusion of self awareness in a time of coarseness and disagreement. Nancy just wants to be more like him.
Patricia Russo runs The Campaign School at Yale, and knows alot about recognizing fear, telling people they’re ready and staying open, loving and kind. Nancy listens adoringly.
Innovation speaker and author Stephen Shapiro blows Nancy’s mind by insisting that we need not answers but better questions,that expertise can be the enemy of innovation and by predicting that the world is going phygital.
Ron Ashkenas and Nancy croon in harmony about overcoming resistance, being liked, assuming bad motives and why conflict is good.
Todd teaches Nancy how to open her eyes, tell a story and start listening.
Bennington College President Laura Walker and Nancy ponder why leaders are kept in the dark and how a positive approach to politics is achievable.
Novartis CFO Meryl Zausner and Nancy duke it out about whether or not there’s such a thing as good office politics.
Join Nancy and New York City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal to hear what business people should learn from politicians.
CEO Ken Michaels teaches Nancy just how tough it is to sell wide ranging and deeply impactful change in your organization.
On the premiere episode, Nancy and guest Maggie Bangser talk about social activism, working in Africa and what she wishes she had done when younger.