Edwin Reyes is a Coastal Management Administrator on the island of Guam. We speak about working in a job that is networked by design, the ups and downs of networks on a small island, and ways that he is an energizer in his own work networks.
This episode is an experiment - no interview, just an explanation of a practice for when you are stuck at a mandatory cocktail hour. It is based on a linkedin article I wrote some time back.
David Graham is a writer for The Atlantic Magazine. I speak with him about the unique nature of career progress in journalism,the realities of Washington DC cocktail parties and the power of finding good mentors.
Hayes is a North Carolina sports media personality: Lead Anchor at Sports Channel 8, North Carolina's only all-internet sports station; Announcer for the Carolina Mudcats Minor League Baseball Team and general Raleigh/Durham advocate.
Hayes and I talked about the power of diverse networks at a young age, how he handles people that only want to talk sports, how he learned to ask for things when he was a radio show booker and more.
Brian and I talk about how he creates a culture of collaboration and excellence in his company, his philosophy for when to connect with dormant ties, how old competitors can become partners and more.
Kathleen Minogue is the Founder and CEO of Crowdfund Better, a firm that advises people and organizations on their crowdfunding efforts on sights like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Kathleen and I talked about how the network in crowdfunding is about connections and not a contact list, how mentors shaped her career, and the importance of trust in crowdfunding.
And I have some show notes!! On Monday...
Todd Etter is the Chief Collaboration Officer at The Motley Fool. We discuss collaboration and connection, and some of the techniques 'The Fool' uses to enhance that, including playing together and mobile desks. We also discuss how being in an organization for almost 2 decades affects your network, positively and negatively.
Anna Huckabee Tull is a life coach and custom song crafter. IN today's conversation, we talk about connecting, hedging who you are, and authenticity.
Sheila Heen is cofounder of Triad Consulting Group, Lecturer at Harvard Law School and coauthor of Difficult Conversations and Thanks for the Feedback.
Debbie Goldstein is Principal and Managing Director at Triad Consulting Group. She teaches communication and conflict resolution all over the world for top organizations.
Debbie and I spoke a lot about friendship and its influence on our networks, including how she started her job at Triad. Enjoy
Doug Stone is the co-founder of Triad Consulting, a business education company, and also a Lecturer at Harvard Law School.
Doug is the New York Times best-selling co-author of Thanks for the Feedback and Difficult Conversations.
Cathy Salit is the co-founder of Performance of a Lifetime and recently the author of Breakthrough Performance. Cathy joined me for this interview last spring when her book was new, and has hopefully forgiven me for delaying so long while I figured out podcast logistics and overcame stress about my recorded voice.
Enjoy the show!
Enjoy the prologue of Mandatory Cocktail Hour
When its recorded and ready...