Join Zeitguide CEO and Founder Brad Grossman as he guides you through what matters in a constantly changing culture. Each week, CEO and Founder of ZEITGUIDE, hosts a weekly virtual "Culture Class" for Cultural Leaders who want to stay smart, relevant and inspired to the future. Those enrolled meet Brad on Zoom Video once per week for an hour to learn what they need to know as Brad connects-the-dots amongst 50+ cultural happenings, events, media and ideas from the week. He is then joined by Zeitguests from different industries. Zeitguide.com/cultureclass
FINAL Summer Semester Class (8/12)
ZEITGUIDE Founder and CEO, Brad Grossman, makes a special "zeitguiding" presentation on the final episode of Summer Semester Culture Class. Brad synthesizes both the macro and micro themes of the past 21 weeks that have shaped shaped our lives and have brought the world towards an awakening consciousness. After covering the trends of the week, Brad speaks with Jessie Kernan (Head of Strategy & Insights, We Are Rosie) about the shift in workplace culture from the office to the home. Also, Brad's special surprise zeitguest, Toni Short, ushers us into a moment of reflection and rejuvenation.
Culture Class: "Job Getting" with Dr. Tiffany Jana (TMI Consulting) & Matt Seiler (RAINES International)
ZEITGUIDE Founder & CEO Brad Grossman interviews Matt Seiler (Managing Director, Raines International) on the NEW way of finding a job in a NEW constantly changing work culture. Then, Dr. Tiffany Jana explains how companies can truly create a culture of Diversity and Inclusion. Join the final summer class at zeitguide.com/culture.
CULTURE CLASS: Entertainment with Ron Simons (Winner of 4 TONY Awards) and David Nevins (EMMY Award Winner, CCO of CBS & CEO of Showtime Networks)
ZEITGUIDE Founder and CEO Brad Grossman zeitguides us into the new "Cultural Renaissance," inspired by Lawrence Wright's NEW YORKER article “How Pandemics Wreak Havoc – and Open Minds.” Brad distills how we are consuming and producing art throughout the pandemic, and the innovations in communication and entertainment that accompany it. Brad then leads interviews with two of the most influential creative executives in the Entertainment industry. Four-time TONY Award Winning Broadway Producer, Ron Simons, has more wins than any other African-American producer in history. Ron shares his path into producing, his new creative ventures, and holding the Entertainment industry accountable to it's pledges of substantive inclusion and diversity. Next, Brad interviews David Nevins (Chief Creative Officer of CBS and CEO of Showtime Networks) on the "streamification" of television and what the return of tv/film production could look like in the near future.
Plus, a special performance by DeJoire Hall. The singer/songwriter delivers a stirring rendition of The Color Purple, title song from the Broadway musical.
Join next week's class at zeitguide.com/culture.
CULTURE CLASS with Dwayne Ashley (Founder & CEO, Bridge Philanthropic Consulting) & Dan Doty (Co-Founder, EVRYMAN)
After ZEITGUIDE Founder & CEO Brad Grossman goes through the latest cultural developments, we will learn about Ending Toxic Masculinity and then about Fundraising in A Time of Covid. First, Brad interviews Dwayne Ashley, Founder & CEO of Bridge Philanthropic Consulting. Bridge Philanthropic is the nation's largest and only full-service African-American-owned fundraising firm. Ashley has managed capital campaigns for numerous notable institutions and celebrities, including Jazz at Lincoln Center, The United Negro College Fund, and Madonna. Then Brad leads an engaging dialogue with Dan Doty, (Co-Founder of EVRYMAN). EVRYMAN helps men understand "What is Toxic Masculinity," discover their vulnerability and connect with their emotions. Doty has been featured on The Today Show, The New York Times and GQ, the Joe Rogan show, and has spoken at TED and the Business of Fashion VOICES Summit. Join next week's class at zeitguide.com/culture.
CULTURE CLASS with Nicole Friday, MHSA (Hospital Administration) and Dr. Roxana Mehran, MD (Mt. Sinai, Cardiology)
Focusing this week's Culture Class on "The New Domesticity", our Founder and CEO, Brad Grossman, discusses the state of the healthcare industry in the United States and Covid's Tragic Truth with Nicole Friday, an innovative hospital administrator committed to eliminating healthcare disparities. Followed by an eye opening conversation with Dr. Roxana Mehran, Interventionist Cardiologist at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City, about why masks are essential to stopping the spread of Covid-19 and her work with Women As One to create racial and gender equity in medicine. Join next week's class at zeitguide.com/culture
CULTURE CLASS with Lindsey & Nkrumah Farrar (CRWNMAG) and Felix Salmon (Axios)
After "Zeitguiding" you through the cultural developments of the week, our CEO Brad Grossman interviews Lindsey and Nkrumah Farar, founders of the groundbreaking editorial CRWNMAG, on the evolving narrative of Black women in print and entrepreneurship. Followed by a no holds barred conversation with Felix Salmon, Chief Financial Correspondent at Axios. Join next week's class at zeitguide.com/culture