Claim Ownership

Author:

Subscribed: 0Played: 0
Share

Description

 Episodes
Reverse
Introducing Lab Notes Episode 10 - LearningWhat does the business need to get better at? What do I want to get better at? Can I separate the desired outcome of learning from the competency itself? How did I learn what I know now?  When we ask these questions we get a chance to explore how we learn anything. Was it through immersion, repetition, conscious pursuit, unfortunate accident? How do we learn as an individual, as a community, as a business?The specialty of both our guests in this episode is learning - though each with very different approaches.In this episode, we talk with: Davor Bonaci, CEO at KaskadaJayme Alston, Head of People at BloomTechConversations revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on their Connection Lab Experience.For reference, here is the Connection Lab Six Box Model
Lab Notes Episode 9 - Isn't that interesting?The best content in the world doesn’t matter if you can’t communicate. Value propositions live and die by how they are offered and received. In this episode two more amazing guests offer their process turning powerful theory into great practice.On this episode, we talk to: • Breanden Beneschott Cofounder and CEO, Mechanism Ventures LLC • Michelle McComb CFO, Bluecore Retail Marketing TechnologyConversations revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on their Connection Lab Experience. For reference, here is the Connection Lab Six Box ModelAbout Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with people who have been though a Connection Lab workshop, an executive development program or through a Leadership Journey program. For everyone who has ever been to a workshop of this sort and had a useful experience - but are still working on turning that experience into a conscious practice - this is a show designed to support your effort and remind us all that we are not alone.If you want to be a guest on an upcoming episode email us at guestplease@connectionlaboratory.comMore information is available on our website www.connectionlaboratory.com
The Lab Notes Podcast continues with Episode 8 - PermissionExecutives from the Connection Lab Network share their 6 Box Methodology practice on Business Communication, Presentation, and Leadership. On this episode, we hear from: • Angelica Tellez Director, Business Development at Lee Hecht Harrison and Director, Market Expansion Strategy & Customer Success at NATEB Global Consulting • Aaron Mills Senior Engineering Manager, Cloud Infrastructure at Ibotta, Inc.Conversations revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on the Connection Lab Six Box Model.About Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with people who have been though a Connection Lab workshop, an executive development program or through a Leadership Journey program. For everyone who has ever been to a workshop of this sort and had a useful experience - but are still working on turning that experience into a conscious practice - this is a show designed to support your effort and remind us all that we are not alone.If you want to be a guest on an upcoming episode email us at guestplease@connectionlaboratory.comMore information is available on our website www.connectionlaboratory.com
The Lab Notes Podcast continues with Episode 7 - SoftenOur guest: Lori Triolo • Actor, Teacher, Principal at the Art of AwarenessIn this episode, we study the relationship between business and breathing: our subject is somatic. Our conversation is a deep dive into just how unconscious our relationship to ourselves can be and how that can have debilitating effects on every aspect of our lives - including and especially our work. Our guide is Lori Triolo - a master teacher of Meisner and Fitzmaurice voice, breath and body techniques. Join her and our host Russ Hamilton as they explore the economy of effort. Conversations revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on the Connection Lab Six Box Model.About Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with people who have been though a Connection Lab workshop, an executive development program or through a Leadership Journey program. For everyone who has ever been to a workshop of this sort and had a useful experience - but are still working on turning that experience into a conscious practice - this is a show designed to support your effort and remind us all that we are not alone.If you want to be a guest on an upcoming episode email us at guestplease@connectionlaboratory.comMore information is available on our website www.connectionlaboratory.com
If you are a coach, a facilitator, a manager, director or a CEO - one of the most challenging and most important objectives is to meet the individuals around you where they are. What's interesting to them? What's useful to them? How can I meet this person where they are? It's often easier to identify what we think they need to get better at than it is to make the journey and see their challenges from their perspective. I need to let go of my assessment of them and fully invest in being curious about them and inviting them them to tell me about what's going on.  In this episode each guest shares their leadership adventures and a key concept which they all experienced - how the audience helps inform their content by meeting the audience where they are.Valerie Nishi • Principal at Tidewater LeadershipReilly Dow • Graphic Facilitator, PinkfishTami Forman •  Executive Director at Path ForwardValerie Nishi found her leadership potential as a presenter when she understood her audience's need for her to make a demand on them. Reilly Dow who created the graphic for the Six Box Model, describes her surprise at how the presenter/audience relationship, opposite to our personal narratives, is in reality is a supportive, caring relationship. And, Tami Forman shows how the presenter and audience connection is a collaborative exercise.Conversations will revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on the Connection Lab Six Box Model.Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with people who have been though a Connection Lab workshop, an executive development program or through a Leadership Journey program. For everyone who has ever been to a workshop of this sort and had a useful experience - but are still working on turning that experience into a conscious practice - this is a show designed to support your effort and remind us all that we are not alone.If you want to be a guest on an upcoming episode email us at guestplease@connectionlaboratory.comMore information is available on our website www.connectionlaboratory.com
How many ways can I be predisposed? Likely in more ways than I know. Am I so predisposed that I am closed to new information? In this episode, each of our guests struggle and overcome their predispositions to really get present and fulfill their potential as communicators and leaders.Eric Edelman • VP of Platform at Common, GM of NoahHolly Enneking • Vice President, Marketing at LevJay Nicol •  Independent Contractor IT InfrastructureEric Edelman shows how he levels up on his presentation through engagement to audience. Holly Enneking describes her watershed moment finding a voice she never knew she possessed. And, Jay Nicol takes a deep dive into his relationship to content and audience.Conversations will revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on the Connection Lab Six Box Model.Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with people who have been though a Connection Lab workshop, an executive development program or through a Leadership Journey program. For everyone who has ever been to a workshop of this sort and had a useful experience - but are still working on turning that experience into a conscious practice - this is a show designed to support your effort and remind us all that we are not alone.If you want to be a guest on an upcoming episode email us at guestplease@connectionlaboratory.comMore information is available on our website www.connectionlaboratory.com
The question "Do you feel seen and heard?" informed much of the conversations and our guest's leadership journey. In this episode we hear fromKatie Berger - Sr People Business Partner and People  at Leader ValidityCaroline Pearl - Learning & Organizational Development at LRNParu Radia - Founder, Startup Advisor, C-Suite Executive at Double GeminiKatie Berger grooves on the power of sharing a common language and changing the internal narrative.Caroline Pearl shares her revelation that people remember connection over content and her surprise at how positive feedback challenged her own story.And, Paru Radia discusses the competency of trusting the process and the super power of authentic demand. Conversations will revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on the Connection Lab Six Box Model.Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with people who have been though a Connection Lab workshop, an executive development program or through a Leadership Journey program. For everyone who has ever been to a workshop of this sort and had a useful experience - but are still working on turning that experience into a conscious practice - this is a show designed to support your effort and remind us all that we are not alone.If you want to be a guest on an upcoming episode email us at guestplease@connectionlaboratory.comMore information is available on our website www.connectionlaboratory.com
In this episode we hear from:Cathy Hawley - Chief People Officer, Saudia Ganie - Technical Recruiting Lead at RStudio, Inc. and Jim Conrad - President of JCA Communications.Cathy Hawley paints a vision for her staff - and leading with curiosity was key. It took shouting out loud at Russ during her executive program for Saudia Ganie to get the concept of being seen and heard. And, old radio friend Jim Conrad discusses that red light stress zone, and the importance of sharing vulnerability and providing safety.Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with people who have been though a Connection Lab workshop, an executive development program or through a Leadership Journey program. For everyone who has ever been to a workshop of this sort and had a useful experience - but are still working on turning that experience into a conscious practice - this is a show designed to support your effort and remind us all that we are not alone.
In this episode we talk to Heidi Harris - People Leader, Learning & Leadership Development Professional, Executive Coach at Validity in Las Vegas, Nevada Brianna Connelly - Director of Data Engineering at Integrate in Wheat Ridge, CO and Brenda Imes - Organizational Development Specialist at Canpotex Limited in Saskatoon, SaskatchewanEach conversation revolves around their take on personal and professional development and how their Connection Lab experience is informing their practice: Heidi Harris shares her experience both as a facilitator and a participant of this work- at the same time, discusses the benefits of relationship over content and its vulnerability as well as her practice and competency of letting go. Then, we hear from Brianna Connelly and learn about her Leadership Journey confronting self-judgement, discovering her new feedback practice, the healing experience of her off-Broadway debut and finding another way to look at Hello's and Goodbye's. We wind up the conversation with Brenda Imes who loves the practice and shares its impact on her work developing the culture and workforce at Canpotex that strives for programs that create safety and where all their employees can become their best selves. Each shares her ah-ha moment as they discuss their struggles and successes engaging with their audience. Conversations will revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on the Connection Lab Six Box Model.Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with over 1000 graduates of the various Connection Lab programs about their practice in communication, presentation and leadership. This opening episode features interview with three executive from around the world who are each deep in the Connection Lab methodology and eager to discuss those practices and the nature of their own personal and professional development.If you want to be a guest on an upcoming episode email us at guestplease@connectionlaboratory.comMore information is available on our website www.connectionlaboratory.com
Lab Notes - the Connection Lab Podcast - is an ongoing conversation with over 1000 graduates of the various Connection Lab programs about their practice in communication, presentation and leadership. This opening episode features interview with three executive from around the world who are each deep in the Connection Lab methodology and eager to discuss those practices and the nature of their own personal and professional development.In this episode we talk to Javier Careaga - Director of Student Operations at UVM - University of Mexico Valley, Mark Frein - Chief People Officer at Lambda School and Rai Mon Barnes - Founder and Chief Marketing Officer at Codeswitch Marketing. Each conversation revolves around their take on personal and professional development and how their Connection Lab experience is informing their practice.Conversations will revolve around how they are practicing and what they are discovering based on the Connection Lab Six Box Model. If you want to be a guest on an upcoming episode email us at guestplease@connectionlaboratory.comMore information is available on our website www.connectionlaboratory.com
Comments 
loading
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store