Joe Mechlinski and the most prolific icons and influencers talk productivity, politics, climate change, work-life balance, being mortal and everything in between. Hosted by Joe Mechlinski, New York Times bestselling author and CEO of SHIFT, the only organization daring to transform what happens between 9:00 to 5:00.
075 Diminishing the Digital Divide
Todd Marks, CEO and Founder of Mindgrub Technologies recognizes that we are now in the era of modern business. Now, more than ever, it’s important for leaders to build and/or implement digital systems that contribute to a sustainable and agile organization. Todd understands that being digitally fit isn’t the reality for most organizations and a lack of digital tools during this pandemic has actually exacerbated the digital divide for businesses, schools, and even individuals. But, there is a clear path forward to establishing a strong digital model for your business.
074 How to Innovate and Evolve, Even in a Crisis
Ieasha Taitano, Head of Innovation and Jay Smith, Chief Innovation Officer of Tracfone Wireless attribute much of their business success to their team innovation sector. As a company of 12,000 employees, they’ve created a dynamic and cooperative organization united around one vision and mission (not an easy task). So, despite the current disruption from COVID-19, they’re leveraging this as a moment to evaporate what’s not contributing towards growth and implement new programs to move their organization forward.And encouraging all leaders to do the same
073 Building a Better Baltimore; Breaking Baltimore’s Glass Ceiling
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with 2020 Baltimore Mayoral candidate Mary Miller, who is looking to bring about the positive change residents seek, while ensuring it’s seamlessly executed, carefully measured, and designed to factor in genuine human connection. Mary is the former Obama Administration Official and a woman eager to transform Baltimore’s prominent struggles with inequality. In this episode, she shares how the Coronavirus crisis has provided the opportunity to think more boldly, break through the “glass ceiling,” and solve pressing world problems. During our conversation, we explore ways in which Baltimore is underperforming, and Mary shares her inspiring plans to grow the local economy, better position businesses for success, and engage city residents.
072 Master Your State of Flow
Oren Harris, a pioneer in human consciousness and potential, and one of the world’s leading experts on flow states, describes tactics you can implement during today’s chaos to unlock your infinite potential and create a profound impact through the full expression of your innate gifts. His easy tips will allow you to have your most organized and productive week, month, and even year.
071 How to Change your State of Balance
Arjuna Ardah, writer, public speaker, and executive coach, shares four proven, unique, and essential kinds of practice for people in positions of leadership. When consistently integrated into your daily routine, these will help you experience immediate, sustainable, and lasting results.
070 Driving Innovation in a Crisis
David Stein, the former Head of Global Strategy and Innovation at Siemens Healthineers, is no stranger to leading transformation and innovative efforts for various industries. He’s even been coined an “intrapreneur” who helps build future-fit teams, develop people with no barriers, and create sustainable forward-thinking cultures that thrive on innovation.
Thoroughly enjoyed this enlightening podcast. Even old goats like me knocking on retirements door can benefit from the knowledge obtained while listening to Mr Mechlinski. Thank You
Very forward thinking!
It’s great to listen to a show that offers objective data and unbridled passion for shifting our way of doing business and fostering a lifestyle change.