51 episodes

This isn’t a typical changemaking podcast because it’s not for a typical changemaker. It’s for the innovators who can’t stop taking in information, connecting dots, and changing the world. If that sounds familiar, you aren’t broken, difficult, or an incurable workaholic. You’re a Catalyst, and authors Tracey Lovejoy and Shannon Lucas believe that means you’re a rock star. In this podcast series they are having extended discussions on how to use that information to grow and thrive, with Catalysts that are profiled in their book Move Fast. Break Shit. Burn Out.

Move Fast. Break Shit. Burn Out‪.‬ Catalyst Constellations

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This isn’t a typical changemaking podcast because it’s not for a typical changemaker. It’s for the innovators who can’t stop taking in information, connecting dots, and changing the world. If that sounds familiar, you aren’t broken, difficult, or an incurable workaholic. You’re a Catalyst, and authors Tracey Lovejoy and Shannon Lucas believe that means you’re a rock star. In this podcast series they are having extended discussions on how to use that information to grow and thrive, with Catalysts that are profiled in their book Move Fast. Break Shit. Burn Out.

    From One World to Another - Daniel Elizalde

    From One World to Another - Daniel Elizalde

    Join us for an interview with Daniel Elizalde, who is a Product Advisor for Climate Tech Companies. Daniel talks about moving from corporate to startup to consulting to teaching and the need to understand the world of each organization and their issues to assess how you can provide value. For Daniel, documenting his philosophy helps him share his value related to each context. Since it is so frequent for Catalysts to switch contexts frequently, this is a must listen!

    For more information, visit his website. And check out his book.

    Original music by Lynz Floren.

    • 25 min
    What's in Your User Manual? - Toby Trevarthen

    What's in Your User Manual? - Toby Trevarthen

    Join us for an interview with Toby Trevarthen who helps individuals and organizations become aware of and claim their stories, or narratives, as he calls it. We discuss the intersection of having orgs and people share their narratives to assess if there is a fit. He talks about being inspired by a leader who created a 'user manual' and had his employees do the same, helping them work better together. Toby inspires all of us to know ourselves, our values, our purpose and how we work best and communicate that to others - which is so powerful for Catalysts.

    Original music by Lynz Floren.

    • 30 min
    Doing Good Business by Doing Good - Nimesh Jhaveri

    Doing Good Business by Doing Good - Nimesh Jhaveri

    Join us for an interview with Nimesh Jhaveri, the President of Community Pharmacy and Health at McKesson shares his infectious positive energy about his journey helping to transform the pharmacy industry. In his view, truly vulnerable leadership is one of the most important attributes to leading change. It's not enough to talk about "fail fast", as a leader you need to share your past fails and lessons learned to create the safe place for other's to try new things and stumble. If you need a dose of positive energy in your day, this 20-minute recharge episode is for you.

    Original music by Lynz Floren.

    • 26 min
    The Emerging Field of Community Building - Erica Kuhl

    The Emerging Field of Community Building - Erica Kuhl

    Join us for an interview with Erica Kuhl, who is the CEO & Strategic Community Consultant at EKC. She tells us all about the early days of 'community' building and how the burgeoning field is a great place for Catalysts to work in. We discuss flying under the radar to build out proof points and how it is the Catalyst's job to help others understand the value of what they've done, not wait for others to notice and understand. 

    In Before the Lock is her podcast, where she talks about community, customer experience, and leadership at scale.

    Original music by Lynz Floren.

    • 34 min
    Building Your Catalyst Legacy - Jason Putnam

    Building Your Catalyst Legacy - Jason Putnam

    Join us for an interview with Jason Putnam, who is the Chief Revenue Officer at Plum. Jason is a true Catalyst leader with an incredibly distinguished career of success after success. His secret? Listen deeply and learn how to communicate to the needs of each individual stakeholder.  

    He mentions the Talent Breakdown Assessment which you can find here.

    Original music by Lynz Floren.

    • 30 min
    How a Brain Injury Made Her a Better Catalyst - Jennifer Cotie Kangas

    How a Brain Injury Made Her a Better Catalyst - Jennifer Cotie Kangas

    Join us for an interview with Jennifer Cotie Kangas, a Catalyst with an interesting Hero's journey. In 2020 an accident gave her the gift of a beginners mindset. She had to relearn everything - how to talk, to how to walk, and how the world worked. Her mentor helped her see that she had lost her design bias when she fell. Without the guardrails gleaned from her past experiences she could connect the dots in ways other people couldn’t. The beginners mindset was forced upon her and taught her that everyone should bring beginners mindset to problems, no matter how long they've been looking at it. What different lenses can be brought in? How can you simplify the problem to explain it to someone that has no knowledge?

    Original music by Lynz Floren.

    • 43 min

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