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MYNDDCAST explores the mindsets of individuals who launch, lead and shape transformational organizations. By exploring ideas that form their mindsets, we’ll learn how to be better leaders and followers, designers and drivers, coworkers and comrades, volunteers and citizens. Developing our mindsets changes our behaviors and the impact we have on those around us. Together, with the right mindsets, we will create TRANSFORMATIONAL organizations.

MYNDDCAST Mark Burke

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MYNDDCAST explores the mindsets of individuals who launch, lead and shape transformational organizations. By exploring ideas that form their mindsets, we’ll learn how to be better leaders and followers, designers and drivers, coworkers and comrades, volunteers and citizens. Developing our mindsets changes our behaviors and the impact we have on those around us. Together, with the right mindsets, we will create TRANSFORMATIONAL organizations.

    Think RIDICULOUS, achieve RIGOR, Dr. Emma Fleck, Ep.32

    Think RIDICULOUS, achieve RIGOR, Dr. Emma Fleck, Ep.32

    On this episode, Dr. Emma Fleck, Department Head, Management and Marketing, Sigmund Weis School of Business at Susquehanna University and Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, joins me to share how she uses the ridiculous to achieve rigor in her classes. As we aim to build entrepreneurial spirit in adaptable entrepreneurial ecosystems, we can’t depend on predictable thinking to solve complex problems. Known for connecting her students to their inner superhero, Emma is a leader in innovative and timely entrepreneurial mindset development.







    Connect with Emma on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emfleck/ Or, send her a message at Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove PA







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    • 27 min
    Leveraging Disruption to Fuel Innovation, Anthony Warren, Ep.31

    Leveraging Disruption to Fuel Innovation, Anthony Warren, Ep.31

    Have you ever wondered why some entrepreneurs and organizations fail, while some thrive through chaos and manage to drive innovation? Join my discussion with Anthony Warren, founder of Apitra Innovations, an organizational development and workforce innovation consultancy based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Anthony shares 5 tips to help you innovate through chaos.







    Connect with Anthony by shooting him an email. Head over to Anthony’s profile page on LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/anwarren/).Visit Anthony’s website apitra.com (note…his site is currently going through a few updates).







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    • 35 min
    MYNDDCAST.LIVE, “PFEW now, more than EVER!”, Ep.30

    MYNDDCAST.LIVE, “PFEW now, more than EVER!”, Ep.30

    Join me and guest Scott Lee, VP of Marketing and Development, Foundation for Free Enterprise Education, along with 20 guest participants as we explore why now, more than ever, Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) is needed. PFEW is a one-of-a-kind summer program that offers in-coming high school juniors and seniors a unique and challenging opportunity to see what it is like to run their own business.







    Our conversation moved past WHAT the students do and focused on the WHY. I guide the group in applying the Conceptual Age Leadership THINKING mindset to influence the student’s SEEING (seeing reality as it is), BEING (aligning behaviors to reality), ACTING (creating for reality), and EXPRESSING (impacting reality).







    Now, more than ever, we need to think deeply about how we foster young minds. PFEW is well positioned to do this important work. To learn more about PFEW, visit https://pfew.org







    In 2018, I wrote Applying Thinking Patterns to Ethics Case Study Activity: Destructive Emotions Avoided, a review of the power of thinking on emotions at PFEW.







    ResourcesMYNDDCAST.LIVE Chat Log (View the attendee roles and their response to “Why PFEW?” MYNDDCAST.LIVE, YouTube Video of the Zoom call. MYNDDCAST.LIVE, PFEW Zoom Group Photo







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    • 50 min
    Virtual Rehearsals, This Middle School Band Plays On, Susan Meyer Patterson, Ep.29

    Virtual Rehearsals, This Middle School Band Plays On, Susan Meyer Patterson, Ep.29

    Stepping outside her title, her norms, her comfort zone, being creative, being BRAVE, this Texas Music Educator ensures the band plays on. On March 16th, Mrs. Susan Meyer Patterson’s post found its way to my Facebook News Feed here in Central PA all the way from Conroe ISD, Texas. Okay, I know that’s not far in our connected virtual world, but distance isn’t the story. Knowing her students NEED music, she dove in, fired up Zoom, grabbed her baton and counted them in. Join me as I share Susan’s work to ensure the Band Plays On!







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    • 37 min
    The New Normal, MYNDDCAST.LIVE with Denny Hummer, Bucknell University SBDC, Ep.28

    The New Normal, MYNDDCAST.LIVE with Denny Hummer, Bucknell University SBDC, Ep.28

    The New Normal = Bringing the Unfamiliar into Practice…How do we do that? The New Normal isn’t a time in the future. No. The New Normal is NOW! We’re not predicting, estimating, hypothesizing about the New Normal. We’re living it. Dealing, coping, adapting..those are needed skills. But how will we start a journey toward THRIVING?







    On this first edition of MYNDDCAST.LIVE, an interactive version of MYNDDCAST, I’m joined by Denny Hummer of the Bucknell University SBDC and several guests to introduce a framework for thinking about the New Normal . This interactive format provides guests the chance to share their thoughts and experiences as we explore transformational topics.







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    • 53 min
    Social Distancing, Business Shifts, BIG CHANGES! Knowing ourselves & others to THRIVE, Ep.27

    Social Distancing, Business Shifts, BIG CHANGES! Knowing ourselves & others to THRIVE, Ep.27

    The coronavirus has caused businesses, non-profits, entrepreneurs, schools and hospitals, pretty much every segment of business to shift norms, ways of working and doing business. How we respond as organizations depends on how we as individuals unite, each with our unique combination of behaviors and attitudes.  In this episode, we’ll explore what we know about behaviors and attitudes and how understanding these human traits helps us in times of dramatic change and how an organizational effort to grow our understanding of ourselves and others is a timely investment.







    There are many ways organizations are shifting.  The themes include 1. Digital Transformation (Building new digital tools and services)2. Changing Delivery Modes (Schools, Restaurants, Health Clubs, Human Services)3. Ramping Down (Manufacturers, Hospitals, Entrepreneurs)4. Forced Closures (For compliance, for the safety of staff and those we serve) 5. Forced Continuance Planning (Maintaining business as usual) 6. Telework (The new reality for a significant percentage of our population)How do these shifts affect us, each with our own natural behaviors and attitudes toward new things, our environment, learning and others?    







    Limited time, high risks, countless unknowns,  little to no budget, a development cycle nightmare.  The model of try-fail-iterate-try again can teach us much.  Failure, the kind that pushes us to new answers, the act of building, getting feedback and making changes to products and services without high investment, while incredibly promising, pushes us to understand ourselves and others at a time when the stakes are high. 







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