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ENLIVEN is a biweekly show for people who want to use business as a force for good. If you want to create great products that leave everything they touch better off, and cultures where everyone flourishes... then you've come to the right place.

ENLIVEN, with Andrew Skotzko Andrew Skotzko

    • Filosofia

ENLIVEN is a biweekly show for people who want to use business as a force for good. If you want to create great products that leave everything they touch better off, and cultures where everyone flourishes... then you've come to the right place.

    #9 Amy Edmondson: Creating environments where people feel safe

    #9 Amy Edmondson: Creating environments where people feel safe

    Amy Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, and is recognized as one of the top 10 thinkers on business and management in the world, specializing in the areas of psychological safety, teams, and organizational learning. A globally sought after thinker and speaker, Amy is the author of six books including her 2019 award-winning work, "The Fearless Organization," which we go deep on in this conversation and which I *highly* recommend you get a copy of if you are interested in this conversation.

    • 1h 26 min
    #8 Paula Daniels: Living on the edge of your own invention

    #8 Paula Daniels: Living on the edge of your own invention

    Paula Daniels is an award-winning social entrepreneur and Ashoka Fellow with a deep history in food and water policy. She's the founder of the Center for Good Food Purchasing, a nationwide program that uses the power of procurement at large public institutions to create a transparent and equitable food system that prioritizes the health and well-being of people, animals, and the environment. They are currently partnered with 18 cities and 40 large public institutions, impacting more than 2.2 million meals a day and something on the order of a billion dollars of institutional food spending each year.

    • 1h 17 min
    #7 Becky Baybrook: culture, candor, and how Millenials are changing management

    #7 Becky Baybrook: culture, candor, and how Millenials are changing management

    In this conversation, Becky and I dig deep into workplace culture. We explore some vexing questions around belonging and psychological safety, how Millenials are changing management. One area that I think listeners will find especially useful is a discussion we have about what the elements that make up workplace culture, and tactically, how you can get a good read on a culture from the outside if you're considering working with an organization.

    • 1h 55 min
    #6 Barry Brown: Shaping the shapers

    #6 Barry Brown: Shaping the shapers

    My guest in this conversation is Barry Brown. Barry helps leaders be more of who they are and be more effective in bringing forth the change they seek to make in the world. He's someone I call a "shaper of shapers," and by the end of this conversation, you'll understand why.

    We dive right into the deep end about what it means to be a grounded, humble leader, and what it means to embrace the limits within our work as a pathway to our individual and collective evolution. We also discuss how to bring a craftsman mindset to your work.

    • 1h 20 min
    #5 Rich Mironov: Building a thriving product organization

    #5 Rich Mironov: Building a thriving product organization

    Rich Mironov is a veteran product leader, often called the "product mensch" in Silicon Valley. In this conversation, Rich enlightens us on how to create a thriving product organization and how a product leader can right the ship.

    • 1h 13 min
    #4 Marshall Mosher: tough product calls, acclimating to fear & what it feels like to be Iron Man

    #4 Marshall Mosher: tough product calls, acclimating to fear & what it feels like to be Iron Man

    Marshall Mosher is the cofounder and CEO of Vestigo, a company that uses outdoor adventure experiences to help people push outside their comfort zones, get comfortable being uncomfortable, and build deep trust with their teammates.

    Marshall caught the entrepreneurial bug at the tail end of his masters program, and hasn't looked back since. After graduating from the University of Georgia, Marshall spent time at the Singularity University Global Solutions Program Fellowship at NASA Ames and has been on the path of empowering human experience through technology since then.

    This is such a fun conversation and I can't wait for you to listen to it. We cover soo much ground. We talk about how to make product pivots and how to face down the emotions involved in walking away from a major product investment. We talk about self-identity, and how it affects our ability to pivot and learn and grow.

    We spend time talking about how to cultivate trusting teams and create experiences where people deeply connect with each other, and how you can bring that to the people in your life.

    Always focused on learning pushing outside his comfort zone, Marshall also shares with us what it feels like to actually fly around in an Iron Man jet suit! Enjoy.

    • 1h 58 min

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