This podcast series presents conversations about, well, conversation. Noted communication and leadership counselor Drew Kugler talks with people from all walks of life, and a range of professions, who have made an impact in the world. These episodes offer insights that you can apply to conversations in the workplace, at home, and anywhere that you want to make a difference.
It's not just showing up to the scene and taking pictures. My guest this week discusses how he uses conversation to build trust and respect on the ground, even in the most dangerous and emotionally charged situations, in order to produce the best photographs for the New York Times.
How do you guide an organization and the people it serves through uncertainty? My guest today explains how his school uses its mission and values as a "north star," regardless of the circumstances they can't control.
Forget where "Cancel Culture" shows up in the slog of news and media. Instead, think about where it shows up in your life. When is the last time you shut someone out, and why? Indulge me in a brief exploration of how we can better engage with people who we feel have wronged us or those we care about.
My guest this week discusses his life's work guiding companies through large-scale change, and how his personal journey recovering from a stroke has informed that work. I invite you to listen to Keith Yamashita's unique and enlightening perspective on how humans can, both individually and collectively, embrace that process of self-renewal.
Living In A Zoom World
As the virus grinds on, Zoom and such have entrenched themselves into all corners of connecting with others. On today's episode of TMWTS I offer my perspective on making the most you can of this pandemic necessity.
Meeting Feeling With Feeling
On today's episode of Tell Me What To Say, I explore a persistent myth about how people change their behavior. We must rethink our urge to persuade with facts, and instead meet emotion with emotion.
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Great listening to great conversation
This podcast features practitioners and thinkers from an array of professions-education, corporate leadership, religion, marketing, entertainment-some you likely know, some you likely don’t, all of whom are interesting to hear in this informal context, regardless of your own profession. There’s much to learn, and understanding to gain, without being a TED-like presentation (even though I can see each guest at a TED). Kugler easily slides between friendly banter and questions that draw out his guest. You’ll be interested in topics and people you never thought you would have been.
Great guests but drew talks too much
Hard to get to the good stuff because of Drew’s babbling on and on
Drew Kugler has gotten some true heavyweights to appear with him on his podcast. He's able to establish a real conversational intimacy with his guests, and that's led to some really fascinating and entertaining conversations. More, please!...