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Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. Elaine Bennett had a baptism by fire as a speechwriter. Less than two years after she signed on to write for the CEO of Salomon Brothers, scandal forced the executive to resign. In stepped investor Warren Buffett for whom she had always wanted to work with since she admires him as the best writer in the business world. Since working with Mr. Buffett, she continued to advise the CEOs of Fortune 100 companies, professional services firms, and leading nonprofits on their communications strategies. Passionate about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Elaine has been writing on the subject since it was just called “diversity,” winning a Cicero Award for the best-written speech on Diversity. She devotes a portion of her time to working pro bono with a New York City–based nonprofit that’s determined to transform itself into a role model of antiracism. She also designates a “Nonprofit of the Quarter" to receive a portion of Bennett Ink's net proceeds because giving back is important to her and she hopes to you, too.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  individuals who want to stand up confidently on stage and mesmerize their audience with a story or folks who just want to spice up their everyday one-on-one conversations.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Storytelling is a skill, meaning that it requires rehearsal, scripts, practice, and research to create something truly unique and meaningful. But there is also something valuable about being in the moment, with casual banter and candid conversation. A balance exists between the scripted and the spontaneous, where you understand yourself and the subject matter enough to craft a story that will surely captivate the crowd.   WHAT I LOVE MOST… Storytelling is about cultivating human connections, emphasizing shared humanity to make an audience identify with you personally before you ever even start talking about the bigger picture business idea.       Running time: 34:07 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Elaine online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Elaine’s Personal Writings: Creative Nonfiction, Just Because
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I am so thrilled to be able to chat with Tasha Eurich. Tasha is an organizational psychologist, researcher, and New York Times best-selling author. Over her 15-plus-year career, Tasha has built a reputation as a fresh, modern voice in the business world by pairing her scientific grounding in human behavior with a pragmatic approach to professional development. She’s helped thousands of leaders—from public company CEOs to early-stage entrepreneurs—improve their self-awareness and success. Her TEDxMileHigh talks have been viewed more than three million times and in 2019, Thinkers50 named her one of the top 30 emerging management thinkers in the world. She was also chosen from more than 16,000 candidates as one of Marshall Goldsmith’s “100 Coaches” to advance the practice of leadership. Her first book, Bankable Leadership, debuted at #8 on The New York Times bestseller list and her latest book, Insight, was named a Best Book of 2017 by Strategy+Business and nominated for Best Book of the Year by 800CEOREAD. I am beyond thrilled to be speaking with Tasha Eurich on the What’s Next! Podcast.     THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… aspiring and current leaders, as well as anyone interacting with other humans in the 21st century who want to become more self aware.     TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… As the foundational skill for our success and happiness in both our professional and personal lives, it behooves us to become self-aware both internally and externally, and Tasha breaks it down.     WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… I have always thought that the conversation around self-awareness, how we lead and how we think we lead, and how we communicate and think we communicate is fascinating and so beneficial. This podcast will open your eyes to the reality of your own self-awareness and how others might perceive you.       Running time: 34:11 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram   Find Tasha on social: Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube   Tasha’s Website: tashaeurich.com   Tasha’s Books: Insight Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom-Line Results, and the Power to Deliver Both   The Insight Quiz: The Insight Quiz
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week we sat down and listened to Scott Miller, who serves as the executive vice president of thought leadership at FranklinCovey. He is the host of the FranklinCovey-sponsored On Leadership With Scott Miller, a weekly leadership webcast, podcast, and newsletter that features interviews with renowned business titans, authors, and thought leaders and is distributed to more than five million business leaders worldwide. He is also the host of the weekly radio program Great Life, Great Career With Scott Miller on iHeartRadio’s KNRS 105.9. Additionally, Miller authors a weekly leadership column for Inc. magazine. Entering his twenty-third year with FranklinCovey, Miller leads the strategy, development, and publication of FranklinCovey’s bestselling books and thought leadership, which provide the framework for the company’s world-renowned content and solutions. He is the author of FranklinCovey’s Management Mess to Leadership Success: 30 Challenges to Become the Leader You Would Follow (Mango Media). He is also co-authoring Everyone Deserves A Great Manager: The 6 Critical Practices for Leading a Team, scheduled to be released in October 2019 (Simon & Schuster).   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  managers who are looking to invest in their leadership potential and understand how to bring out the genius within their team members.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Being a leader requires making an investment in yourself to learn a different skillset to succeed as a team versus the skillset needed to succeed as an individual. The leader’s mindset is about achieving results with and through others, to build those relationships with your people, and help them grow in the ways they need in order for them to succeed.   WHAT I LOVE MOST… You can’t maximize your efficiency with people and still be effective. You need to slow down and take your time to check in and make sure someone is personally doing okay when you are asking so much of them professionally.       Running time: 30:03 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Scott online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Scott’s Book: Master Mentors: 30 Transformative Insights from Our Greatest Minds
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I am thrilled to bring you a What’s Next! Bonus Episode with a real estate powerhouse, Tracy Tutor of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles! For this special episode, I'm sharing my recent LinkedIn Live chat with Tracy, author of the new book: Fear Is Just a Four Letter Word. It was a fantastic conversation and one I just knew my What’s Next! Listeners would enjoy! With almost 20 years of experience, Tracy Tutor is one of the top agents at Douglas Elliman Beverly Hills and is an integral part of their Sports & Entertainment division. Tracy’s undeniable confidence has propelled her into rooms with some of the most powerful people in LA, representing some of the most noteworthy brands in real estate, and iconic architects such as Frank Gehry, John Lautner, and Pierre Koenig. She has consulted for the luxury five-star hotel and resort, Amangiri in Canyon Point, Utah on the sales of over $400 million dollars in branded real estate. Tracy is also a representative of one of the most exciting new developments to come to Los Angeles, the West Hollywood EDITION Hotel and Residences, designed by British architect John Pawson and created by visionary hotelier Ian Schrager. Most recently, she has been chosen to be The US Ambassador for the Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences in Dubai, a breathtaking structure designed by award-winning architects Kohn Pederson Fox, and is also an Ambassador for Costa Palmas, on the East Cape of Los Cabos, where the Amanvari and Four Seasons have a robust villa offering luxury beachfront living at its finest.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… anyone interested in luxury real estate, anyone who watches Million Dollar Listing LA, women interested in hearing from a confident businesswoman on the frontlines, and ANYONE who wants to OWN THE ROOM!   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Tracy shares her journey to real estate, talks the nitty-gritty of sales and not letting anyone shake your confidence, and following your passion–even through an unprecedented quarantine! She also shares the growing role of technology in real estate and how to navigate expectations for something that is likely to be the single largest investment anyone can and will make. Tracy breaks it down for the What’s Next audience and expands on the conversation–with a healthy dose of her signature wit!   WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Tracy’s candor and her eagerness to share her journey in embracing her own power and confidence so that others can do the same!     Running Time: 37:56 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Tracy online: LinkedIn Facebook Twitter   Tracy's Book: Fear Is Just a Four Letter Word
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. We were lucky to find the awesome human Nataly Kogan and invite her on the What’s Next! Podcast to discuss emotional fitness and how to find inner happiness. She is the author of multiple books, most recently The Awesome Human Project: Break Free from Daily Burnout, Struggle Less, and Thrive More in Work and Life which helps people learn how to rest and feel more joy. A leading expert on emotional fitness, Nataly Kogan is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, and keynote speaker on a mission to help millions of people struggle less and thrive more in work and life. Nataly immigrated to the US as a refugee from the former Soviet Union when she was 13 years old. Starting her American life in the projects and on welfare, she went on to reach the highest levels of corporate and startup success. But after years of chasing a non-existent state of nirvana she suffered a debilitating burnout that led her to find a new way to live and work. Today, she helps Awesome Humans live and work with more connection, joy, and meaning by sharing her science-backed skills and practices.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  all levels of workers that are suffering from unprecedented levels of burnout and are seeking a means to break free from the cycle.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… The best way to learn how to care about others is to first learn how to care for yourself. But sometimes our brain is hardwired for uncertainty, so we must become the editor of our own thoughts and have the mindset for self-compassion. That means learning to take a break for a restorative rest so we can focus on what’s truly meaningful to us.   WHAT I LOVE MOST… Nataly’s core belief is that we are all awesome humans who have goals and purpose and meaning in their lives. But also, some days we don’t have that awesomeness and we are just human – that’s okay too.     Running time: 31:02   Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Nataly online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Nataly’s Book: The Awesome Human Project: Break Free from Daily Burnout, Struggle Less, and Thrive More in Work and Life
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. Leadership consultant and executive coach, Steven Van Cohen, MSOD, connected with the What’s Next! Podcast to discuss his thoughts on workplace loneliness. Along with Ryan Jenkins, he is a co-author of the book Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In which gives insight on how to create meaningful connections within an organization. Dubbed “The Leadership Whisperer,” he’s spent more than a decade working alongside leading organizations like Salesforce, Home Depot, Komatsu, Bank of America, CAT, and Blackstone to improve worker well-being, reduce employee isolation and boost team belonging.  Steven is a co-founder of LessLonely.com, the premier resource for addressing workplace loneliness and CEO of SyncLX, a leading consultancy specializing in employee development.  As a proud Big Brother, (from Big Brothers and Big Sisters), as well as a volunteer with Boys & Girls Club and Young Americans, Steven has helped build confidence in the future leaders of America.  He holds a BA from the University of Illinois and a MSOD from Pepperdine University. He lives in Orange County CA with his wife and two daughters.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  workers who are seeking validation and understanding in the loneliness of their workplace environment and managers who are striving to create a more connected workforce to inspire, engage, and properly appreciate their employees.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… While managing the emotional state of employees might not directly exist on a team leader’s job description, the fact is that disengaged and lonely employees are less productive and more susceptible to burnout. We must find the balance between caring about people and getting stuff done if we want to succeed as a healthy workplace.   WHAT I LOVE MOST… The business case for caring about employee loneliness is clear: workers who feel seen and heard perform better for your team. Building workplace connections is in your best interest because it inspires people to come to work as the best versions of themselves – everyone wins.     Running time: 30:37 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Steven online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Steven’s Book: Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams from Isolated to All In
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. Friend to the show, Roger L. Martin, made his third appearance on the What’s Next! Podcast to discuss the essentials of strategy and management, highlighting the launch of his new book A New Way to Think: Your Guide to Superior Management Effectiveness. Roger is Professor Emeritus at the Rotman School of Management at University of Toronto, where he served as Dean from 1998 to 2013, and as Institute Director of the Martin Prosperity Institute from 2013 to 2019. In 2013, he was named Global Dean of the Year and in 2017, he was named the world's number one management thinker by Thinkers50. He has published 12 previous books including When More Is Not Better and Playing to Win (with A. G. Lafley), which won the award for Best Book of 2012-13 by Thinkers50. Martin is a trusted strategy adviser to the CEOs of many global companies. A Canadian from Wallenstein, Ontario, he holds a BA from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.      THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  business leaders and managers that are looking to enhance their operating strategy with an alternative model that ultimately increases effectiveness.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… The best metrics for success are based on past successful experiences, and conventional wisdom would say to imitate the dominant model to create that same success. But you must also view those strategies in context of the challenges and resources of a specific situation, because models cannot be copy pasted for an exact situation.  The execution of an idea is just as important as the idea itself, and in order to achieve true success, the strategy is always evolving to create a better and more innovative strategy for success.   WHAT I LOVE MOST… For Roger, there isn’t any singular model of success, but rather success comes from building a strategic mindset to approach and solve problems. The solutions that we often look for may not always be obvious, but by simply being willing to experiment with the past models of success, we can come out on the other end better than before.     Running time: 32:37 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Roger online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Roger’s Book: A New Way to Think: Your Guide to Superior Management Effectiveness
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. Entering with a bang, Alan Murray comes on the show this week to talk about the transformation of the corporate world in this modern era. Alan is CEO of Fortune Media. He oversees the business and editorial operations of the independent media company and is known for expanding its digital and conference franchises. Murray also writes a closely-read daily newsletter for Fortune, CEO Daily. Prior to joining Fortune in 2015, Murray led the rapid expansion of the Pew Research Center’s digital footprint as president of that organization. Before that, Murray was at the Wall Street Journal for many years, serving as deputy managing editor, executive editor online, Washington bureau chief, and author of the Political Capital and Business columns. He served for several years as Washington bureau chief for CNBC, and cohost of the nightly show Capital Report. He is the author of multiple books, including Showdown at Gucci Gulch: Lawmakers, Lobbyists, and the Unlikely Triumph of Tax Reform.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  consumers, employees, or business leaders that seeks the understand the ways in which profit-driven models for businesses have transformed and shifted towards value-driven motives.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Our guest says that Capitalism has been a dynamic driving force in the development of the economy, guiding the startup of largest companies that are now known as the Fortune 500. But the Capitalism doesn’t play by the same set of rules as it did before – now more than ever, companies are shifting towards a model of business that Alan Murray refers to as “shareholder capitalism.” In this modern era of Capitalism, company values must reflect consumer values, placing an emphasis towards Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues to meet the demands of socially conscious investors, shareholders and consumers.    WHAT I LOVE MOST… Company culture, diversity and public values now take the front seat when considering business success models. Alan says this mode of thinking is here to stay and that we, as consumers, as employees, as the general populace can continue to influence businesses just by changing the public sentiment.     Running time: 32:37 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Alan online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Alan’s Book: Tomorrow’s Capitalist: My Search for the Soul of Business
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week we had the man, the myth, the legend Ram Charan on the show to talk about his business consulting experience. Ram is a world-renowned business advisor, author, and speaker who has spent the past 40 years working with many top companies, CEOs, and boards of our time. Fortune magazine has called him "the most influential consultant alive." Ram began his business education early in his life while working in the family shoe shop in northern India. As a young engineer, his bosses recognized his business talent and encouraged him to develop it. He went on to earn MBA and doctorate degrees from Harvard Business School, where he graduated with high distinction and was a Baker Scholar. He has written over 30 books that have sold more than 4 million copies in more than a dozen languages. Three were Wall Street Journal bestsellers, and Execution, co-authored with former Honeywell CEO Larry Bossidy, spent more than 150 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.  THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  business leaders that are looking to hone in on a clear, decisive strategy for goal setting and achievement in the workplace. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… What does it mean for a company to have a successful growth period? Well, that actually depends on the context of historical past data used as a baseline comparison to metrics from the current year. Success must be measurable, and by using “key performance indicators” we can set our own definitions of success and begin to determine for ourselves just what it means to be successful.  WHAT I LOVE MOST… During the hiring process, managers are looking to select the right person for the job, but Ram insightfully flips the question and asks if the job is right for the person. Sometimes people aren’t able to showcase their full talents in certain roles, and can really come alive if you put them in the right conditions.   Running time: 37:42 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Ram online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Ram’s Book: Talent: The Market Cap Multiplier
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. We had the honor of speaking with Ruchika Tulshyan about her expertise on promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Not only is Ruchika an award-winning inclusion strategist and speaker, but she is also the CEO and founder of Candour, which works with organizations to create diverse teams and inclusive cultures. A former business journalist, she has reported from four countries and writes regularly on inclusive leadership for the Harvard Business Review. She was named to the Thinkers50 list, a global ranking described by the Financial Times as “the Oscars of management thinking.”   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  workplace leaders who are looking to promote an equitable workplace environment and foster a culture of diversity & inclusion.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Many people carry good intentions to create diverse and inclusive workplaces, so why do so many workers still feel excluded? By exploring the intersectionality of our identities, we can begin to see how gender, race, sexuality, and other aspects of identity should be considered holistically for individuals in the workplace. By implementing best workplace practices and actively practicing awareness, we can grow organizations purposefully to build diversity and inclusion.    WHAT I LOVE MOST… Ruchika reminds us to consider our own privileges and how our experiences might be different from someone else’s experience. She also reminds us that it’s okay to make mistakes in diversity practices, so long as we learn from them and do better next time.   Running time: 31:23 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Ruchika online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Ruchika’s Book: Inclusion on Purpose: An Intersectional Approach to Creating a Culture of Belonging at Work
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. Our honored guest this week is longtime friend to the show Daniel H. Pink. Dan is the author of five New York Times bestsellers, including his latest, “The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward,” published in February 2022. His other books include the New York Times bestsellers "When" and "A Whole New Mind" — as well as the #1 New York Times bestsellers "Drive" and "To Sell is Human." Dan’s books have won multiple awards, have been translated into 42 languages, and have sold millions of copies around the world. He lives in Washington, DC, with his family.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  those who are looking to face their regrets head on and emerge with an acceptance and understanding of the past so they can improve their future.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… There is a societal norm to proclaim “no regrets” as personal mantras for a life well-lived, but are we missing out by neglecting our feelings of regret? By ignoring our regrets, we are denying a key part of the human experience. Everyone has regret, but how we reckon with them – to try to accept and understand them – can ultimately help us make better choices for our lives.     WHAT I LOVE MOST… Sharing our regrets, vulnerabilities, and insecurities with coworkers, friends, and family won’t make people think less of you. The real strength comes from people who can empathize with you and build relationships from the shared humanity of learning to deal with your regrets.     Running time: 32:29 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Dan online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Dan’s Book: The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward  
Welcome to the What's Next! Podcast with Tiffani Bova. Marcus Buckingham is the author of two of the best-selling business books of all time, has two of Harvard Business Review’s most circulated, industry-changing cover articles, and has been the subject of in-depth profiles in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, Fortune, Fast Company, The Today Show, and The Oprah Winfrey Show. After spending two decades studying excellence at the Gallup Organization and co-creating the StrengthsFinder tool, he built his own Coaching + Education firm, The Marcus Buckingham Company. As CEO, he quickly turned it into a Human Capital Management company working with some of the world’s largest organizations. Marcus is known as the world’s most prominent researcher on strengths and leadership at work, and today leads research at the ADP Research Institute. Challenging entrenched preconceptions about achievement to get to the core of what drives success, Marcus’s strengths- based approach is defining the future of work as we know it.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… people who are looking to find the love in what they do and learn how to contribute it to others.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… We are so focused on finding work that we love, but most people don’t know the real truth of what we love. To find what we really love, our careers should be a scavenger hunt of the daily activities and experiences that bring us joy and fulfillment, rather than focused on a metric of success that only takes our work performance into account.   WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Our real strengths aren’t necessarily about what we are good at doing, but rather what gives us the most fulfillment. Marcus challenges us to return back to the childhood delights of exploring what love and centering our work on those principles. You don’t have to love everything you do, but you should be able to find love in what you are doing.     Running time: 35:58 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Marcus online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Marcus’ Book: Love + Work
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. With an entertaining and inspiring mix of both personal stories and qualitative business data, our guests Darci Darnell and Maureen Burns show why all businesses should make enriching the lives of customers their primary purpose. Their book “Winning on Purpose: The Unbeatable Strategy of Loving Customers” highlights the Net Promoter 3.0 System (NPS) – which is a metric for predicting company growth and customer lifetime value – and emphasizes how the age-old Golden Rule is what ultimately lies at the heart of customer success. Darci Darnell is the head of Bain’s global Sales & Marketing practice and a leader of Bain’s gender parity initiatives and sits on their Global Women's Leadership Council. She holds an MBA from The Tuck School at Dartmouth College, as well as a B.S. in Business Administration, with honors, from Washington University in St. Louis. Maureen Burns is a leader in Bain’s Sales & Marketing practice and works extensively with clients on topics relating to marketing excellence, the Net Promoter System, customer journey redesign, and digital transformations. Maureen earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor's degree, with honors, from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… people who want to understand how to improve their business models via enriching customer experiences and sustainable growth practices.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… The primary purpose of a business should be to enrich the lives of its customers. If you can take care of your customer base, they will take care of you by providing repeat business, bringing their friends, and generating overall larger profit shares. The NPS can be used as a tool for orienting your company on the right path to align your product design with the needs of your customer base.   WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Both Darci and Maureen place humanity at the center of their business models, which ultimately allows them to be even more remarkable no matter what business venture they are exploring.   Running time: 30:02 Subscribe on iTunes   Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram   Find Darci on social: Website Twitter LinkedIn   Find Maureen on social: Website LinkedIn   Darci & Maureen’s Book: Winning on Purpose
Welcome to the What's Next! Podcast with Tiffani Bova. Alisa Cohn has been coaching startup founders to grow into world-class CEOs for nearly 20 years, and has even been named the Top Startup Coach in the World at the Thinkers50/Marshall Goldsmith Global Coaches Awards in London. A onetime startup CFO, strategy consultant, and current angel investor and advisor, she was named the number one “Global Guru” of startups in 2021, and has worked with startup companies such as Venmo, Etsy, DraftKings, The Wirecutter, Mack Weldon, and Tory Burch. Additionally, she is the author of From Start-Up to Grown-Up, published by Kogan Page.  Alisa is a guest lecturer at Harvard and Cornell Universities, Henley Business School and the Naval War College. She is the executive coach for Runway–the incubator at Cornell NYC Tech that helps post-docs commercialize their technology and build companies. She serves on the board of the Cornell Advisory Council. She has coached public and political figures including the former Supreme Court Chief Justice of Sri Lanka and the first female minister in the transitional government of Afghanistan. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… people who work in start-up culture and leaders/managers that are looking to improve their structures and systems. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Ultimately, the foundations of a good start-up launch are dependent upon the infrastructure set up in the initial phases. The best way to track progress on your start-up growth is to have definitive goals and setting a game plan for how to get there. The rest is discipline, applied through the feedback and improvement for both workplace leaders and team members. WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Alisa fully understands the “sexiness in the strategy” to improve and build upon the personal growth journey for start-ups. But most of all, her eagerness to venture into lyrical rap is impressive!   Running time: 29:26   Subscribe on iTunes   Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Find Alisa online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn   Alisa’s Book: From Start-Up to Grown-Up
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova.   I am fortunate to have the absolute pleasure of speaking with Kara Swisher. Kara is the co-founder and editor-at-large of Recode, producer and host of the Recode Decode and Pivot podcasts, and co-executive producer of the Code Conference series. She also has a special series on MSNBC called “Revolution” on the impact of technology on work, society and more, and is a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times. She is also the author of “aol.com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads and Made Millions in the War for the Web.”     THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… anyone wants to hear a no-holds-barred conversation about the state of Silicon Valley, what the next generation of Unicorns might look like and what VCs want, what they need, and what they should be paying attention to.   TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Kara Swisher talks about the role of AI and automation moving forward and the onus that will be placed on employees to reskill. In this new job market, creativity and problem-solving will be more important than ever before. She also breaks down Kara rounds out this episode with what trust looks like in the new tech economy, the role of regulators moving forward, and the importance of ethical thinking in new technologies in an industry that is facing a crisis of privacy.  WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Kara Swisher is out having the tough conversations, fighting the good fight every day and staying engaged and aware as technology evolves in our society. Running time: 27:22   Find Tiffani on social:   Facebook   Twitter  LinkedIn Instagram Find Kara online:   Twitter  Opinion Pieces "Recode Decode" (Kara's Podcast)
Welcome to the What's Next! Podcast with Tiffani Bova.  David Schonthal is an award-winning Professor of Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship at the Kellogg School of Management where he teaches courses on new venture creation, design thinking, healthcare innovation and creativity.   Along with his colleague Loran Nordgren, David is one of the originators of Friction Theory – a ground-breaking methodology that explains why even the most promising innovations and change initiatives often struggle to gain traction with their intended audiences – and what to do about it.  This work is popularized in David’s Wall Street Journal and National Bestselling book, The Human Element: Overcoming the Resistance That Awaits New Ideas (Wiley).     THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… people who want to innovate businesses products and services with new ideas that put people first.     TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… At the heart of any business lies a product that helps people and it’s our job as business leaders to focus on the humanity these products can deliver. But sometimes there are challenges we face in implementing new ideas - what David calls “frictions” - that stand in the way of innovations. Ultimately, he believes that by identifying those sources and addressing the issues, we can pave the way for growth and progress.     WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… David understands that at the core of customer service, design thinking must place the customer first. Human-centered design must consider not only the functional value the product brings, but also the social and emotional value for people as well.     Running time: 29:12  Subscribe on iTunes    Find Tiffani on social:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn     Find David online:  Official Website  Twitter  LinkedIn    David’s Book:  The Human Element 
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week serves as a pleasant reminder of the honor and pleasure I had to connect with the accomplished Beth Comstock. Beth is a self-described change-maker who has been the President of Integrated Media at NBC Universal, overseeing Ad-sales, Marketing, and Research. She led the company’s digital efforts, including Peacock Equity acquiring iVillage.com and oversaw the founding of Hulu. She was also the first female Vice Chair and first Chief Marketing Officer at GE in more than 20 years. She is a member of Nike’s board of directors and a Forbes World’s 100 Most Powerful Women. Additionally, she is a published author with her most recent book “Imagine It Forward: Courage, Creativity, and the Power of Change.”   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… anyone who wants to learn from one of the most successful ‘introverted change-makers’ about how to inspire teams, get uncomfortable, change jobs and companies gracefully, and transform a 125 year-old brand.  TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Beth shares nuggets of gold gleaned from her 20-year career at GE and NBC Universal. Beth provides inspiration and guidance in an age of staggering technological advancement, the ever-stronger pull of the “next big thing,” and the gravity of the unknown. It is becoming exceedingly important to be self-aware and cognizant of the things that make our businesses human and creative. We work with and for humans, our customers and audiences are human, and likewise, it is important that our leadership be just as rooted in our humanity. It is our honest and dynamic experience as human beings that will allow us, and our businesses, to thrive in a world ruled more and more by algorithms and automation.  WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Beth is always looking to write her next story and live it as a courageous human being. She has learned along the way that our jobs do not define us. Who we are, the networks we create, the people we meet along the way–that’s what is important. With each new opportunity comes the next story we will create!    Running time: 35:05  Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn     Find Beth on social:  Website  Twitter  LinkedIn    Beth’s Book:  Imagine It Forward 
Welcome to the What's Next! Podcast with Tiffani Bova.     Ranjay Gulati is the Paul R. Lawrence MBA Class of 1942 Professor and the former Unit Head of the Organizational Behavior Unit at Harvard Business School. Until recently, he chaired the Advanced Management Program, the flagship senior leader executive program, at the school. Professor Gulati studies how “resilient” organizations—those that prosper both in good times and bad—drive growth and profitability. His work bridges strategy (establishing clear strategic pillars for growth), organizational design (reimagining purposeful and collaborative organizational systems), and leadership (fostering inspired, courageous and caring execution). He is the author of a number of books, with the most recent release of “Deep Purpose: The Heart and Soul of High-Performance Companies” in 2022.      THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… people who want to rediscover their own purpose on a deeper level and support others as they find their own sense of purpose.     TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… purpose is a multi-layered concept that spans many different parts of one’s life, both personally and professionally. Purpose can provide you the motivation to achieve something beyond the present state of being, guide you in the direction of the goals you truly want to accomplish in life, inspire others to follow in your footsteps, and create connections within communities that align with your goals and share your vision for the future.    WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Ranjay is very clear about the need for corporations to understand “purpose.” Defining a strong sense of purpose is good business because if you aren’t thinking for the long term, you won’t be in business.      Running time: 30:46  Subscribe on iTunes    Find Tiffani on Social:  Facebook  Twitter LinkedIn    Find Ranjay online:  Official Website  Twitter  LinkedIn    Ranjay’s Book:  Deep Purpose 
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova.  Throwback to our conversation with the ever-candid yet always sincere Kim Scott. Kim is the author of three novels, and the New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestseller “Radical Candor: Be A Kickass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity.” Previously, Kim was the Co-founder and CEO of Juice Software, a collaboration startup. She led ad sense, YouTube, and double-click online sales and operations at Google, before she joined Apple to develop and teach a leadership seminar. She also has been a CEO coach at Dropbox, Qualtrics, Twitter, and several other tech companies. She received her MBA from Harvard and her B.A. from Princeton University.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… anyone who is open to becoming more self-aware, interested in learning how to give and receive candid and effective feedback.    TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Be able to show you that you care for those around you while also challenging them to be better. Candid, effective feedback is important, indispensable, and harder to come by than you might think. When you do get it, it’s in your best interest to embrace it, apply it, and continue to encourage it. Kim shares her best advice on how you can be a better giver of this valuable feedback (both positive and negative), as well as a better receiver of it.   WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Kim believes, as do I, that giving feedback is not mean, if it’s clear. Her personal anecdotes were illustrative, especially her own career re-focus with Sheryl Sandberg. I also love that she makes a point to remind us how important it is to make sure you take a moment in the day to thank somebody and recognize what they do and all that they bring to work, your business, or your life, every day.  Running time: 40:42     Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn     Find Kim on social:  Twitter  LinkedIn  Facebook    Kim’s Book:  Radical Candor 
Welcome to the What's Next! Podcast with Tiffani Bova.  I am thrilled to bring back girl boss Whitney Johnson for this week’s episode of the What’s Next! Podcast. Whitney is CEO of the tech-enabled talent development company Disruption Advisors, an Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private company in America (2020). She also co-founded the Disruptive Innovation Fund with Harvard Business School’s late Clayton Christensen, worked as an award-winning equity analyst on Wall Street, and was named one of the top ten business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50. Whitney is an accomplished author of four books, and recently released “Smart Growth: How to Grow Your People to Grow Your Company” in 2022.  THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… people who want to maximize their growth potential and broaden their horizons. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Whitney doesn’t think the term “The Great Resignation” accurately describes the workplace culture shift, rather she believes in “The Great Aspiration” - the idea that people are aspiring to jobs that give them greater fulfillment and more opportunities for learning and growth.  WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Whitney’s takes the S-Curve model one step further to apply the theory as an assessment tool for managers to help guide their team members and become the best boss a person will ever have.  Running time: 31:42   Subscribe on iTunes   Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Find Whitney online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn Whitney’s Book: Smart Growth
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Simcha Elbaz Kackley

Great podcast!!

Oct 27th
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