15 episodes

Welcome to the Crazy Might Work podcast where we celebrate authors, innovators, entrepreneurs, inventors and scientists. We share their stories, life experiences and wisdom hard-earned for the benefit of all. 

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Welcome to the Crazy Might Work podcast where we celebrate authors, innovators, entrepreneurs, inventors and scientists. We share their stories, life experiences and wisdom hard-earned for the benefit of all. 

    Episode 1 of 1: Shailee Basnet's Lessons for High-Performing Teams

    Episode 1 of 1: Shailee Basnet's Lessons for High-Performing Teams

    In this inspiring interview, Shailee Basnet, a Nepalese mountaineer and leader, shares her unique experiences climbing Mount Everest and leading the Seven Summits Women Team in that endeavour. She shares the driving purpose behind the team to challenge gender stereotypes and managing team conflict and the importance of shared vision and commitment. She shares how her own purpose has shifted from personal achievements to empowering others. On failure, she shares the moment her team had to turn...

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 1 of 1 - The Edge of Organisational Development with Matthew Elphick

    Episode 1 of 1 - The Edge of Organisational Development with Matthew Elphick

    Matthew Elphick, a learning and development expert, shares his journey and insights into the boundaries of learning and development in organizations. He emphasises the importance of real change in the context of work and the power of coaching in facilitating that change. Matthew discusses the balance between theory and practice in adult learning and the need for organisations to prioritise learning as a strategic agenda. He also explores strategies for evaluating learning programs and the rol...

    • 48 min
    Episode 1 of 1: Bridging Leadership and Innovation

    Episode 1 of 1: Bridging Leadership and Innovation

    Why innovation is a critical leadership capability and what to do about it. Paul Hawkins is the Chief Combobulator at Crazy Might Work, an award-winning, for-purpose innovation agency - and the first to be launched in Antarctica. He is certified in neuroscience, innovation, and appreciative inquiry through the Neuro-Leadership Institute, Stanford and Case Western Universities respectively and is completing a PhD in Innovation. His research has unlocked the code to how great leaders can ...

    • 32 min
    Episode 1 of 1 | Ideaflow: The Only Business Metric That Matters By Jeremy Utley

    Episode 1 of 1 | Ideaflow: The Only Business Metric That Matters By Jeremy Utley

    Jeremy Utley is a world-leading expert in creativity and co-author of Ideaflow. In this interview, he tells us what Ideaflow is, and why it is the only business metric that matters. He is also a director of executive education at Stanford’s d.school and an adjunct professor at Stanford’s School of Engineering.Thanks for listening to the Crazy Might Work Podcast! We hope you have enjoyed listening to the great conversations with extraordinary people. For more resources, go here https://www.cra...

    • 50 min
    Episode 1 of 1 - From Wollongong to Space: The Journey of Meganne Christian (Thus Far)

    Episode 1 of 1 - From Wollongong to Space: The Journey of Meganne Christian (Thus Far)

    Meganne Christian is a trailblazer. After obtaining her PhD in Chemical Engineering at Wollongong University, she set out to become Australia’s first female astronaut, competing successfully against 22,500 other candidates for selection as a member of the European Space Agency’s final 17, ‘Class of 2023’. Like many other astronauts before her, she has ‘Wintered Over’ in Antarctica and experienced its ICE (Isolation, Confinement and Extreme Conditions) first hand. In this podcast, Meganne shar...

    • 42 min
    Episode 1 of 1 - Winter in Space' by Nicola Winter

    Episode 1 of 1 - Winter in Space' by Nicola Winter

    In this episode, we have Nicola Winter, who is Germany’s second female Air Force Fighter Pilot, who is also set to become Germany’s first female astronaut! She shares with us on her experiences on the astronaut selection process and how her outlook on life (and risk) was challenged when she became a mother. Nicola also shares her thoughts on NASA behaviours like Reality-Based Optimism and other lessons from her time in the Luftwaffe and in astronaut selection processes. Thanks for liste...

    • 42 min

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