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The podcast navigating a rapidly evolving world: What does it mean to find your voice? How is our world changing? What keeps society together?

Where Genius Grows Gideon Culman

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

The podcast navigating a rapidly evolving world: What does it mean to find your voice? How is our world changing? What keeps society together?

    Carly Anderson, Conversing with a Purpose

    Carly Anderson, Conversing with a Purpose

    Carly Anderson is a Master Certified Coach. Since 2005 Carly has served the International Coaching Federation as an assessor, evaluating the skills of coaches applying for credentials. Carly also mentors coaches engaged in growth toward their next credential. In this conversation, Gideon Culman and Carly Anderson each share their path into master-level coaching and discuss how this journey has impacted their lives.

    • 1 hr 31 min
    Anne Huntington & Emily Newman, Educating Beyond the Classroom

    Anne Huntington & Emily Newman, Educating Beyond the Classroom

    Anne Huntington and Emily Newman founded Beyond the Classroom Consultants to guide parents through the process of making informed educational choices for their elementary aged children. As young students and school districts across the country wade into the uncharted waters of remote learning, Emily and Anne offer practical perspectives to make life easier for parents.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Lea Didion, Facing Sustained Global Trauma

    Lea Didion, Facing Sustained Global Trauma

    Psychologists define trauma in terms of incidents and events. How does our understanding of trauma evolve when people around the world face new traumas every day with no end in sight? Lea Didion, Psy.D. who specializes in the assessment and treatment of trauma discusses her take on this question.

    • 43 min
    Valerie Livesay, Inviting Our Full Selves into the Light

    Valerie Livesay, Inviting Our Full Selves into the Light

    The growth we undergo as adults isn't always expansive. Stressful times can make us shrink. Adult development theorists call this shrinkage 'fallback'. Writer Valerie Livesay illuminates in this episode how cultivating a willingness to confront the fear, pain, and loss of coming to know and embrace every aspect of ourselves has informed her research and experience of fallback.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Courtney Lang, Redressing Healthcare Inequity

    Courtney Lang, Redressing Healthcare Inequity

    Inequity in healthcare actively harms people in every area of society. Courtney Lang is the founder and principal of Lang Co and Partners, a public affairs firm focused on healthcare. In this episode we discuss the tangible healthcare consequences of how we view ourselves, how we communicate, and what steps each of us can take to redress healthcare inequity.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Amy Elizabeth Fox, Building a More Entwined World

    Amy Elizabeth Fox, Building a More Entwined World

    Amy Elizabeth Fox is a co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mobius Executive Leadership, a premier transformational leadership firm headquartered in Boston and Geneva. Amy is a senior practitioner in the field of personal and organizational transformation. In this conversation, Amy and Gideon grapple with the tension we may feel between being vulnerable and compassionate, on the one hand, and leading inspiring, visionary change, on the other. 

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Heather Lynn Wagner ,

Powerful, Insightful, Impactful

Gideon manages to bring together the intellectual and the impactful, while entertaining as well. His curious line of questioning has listeners connect deeper to his guests and how their personal narratives informed their current roles and passions; while bringing forth interesting and educational conversations that keep the listener engaged. If you enjoy dynamic, slightly geeky, and uniquely informative conversations- then you will enjoy Where Genius Grows.

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