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Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? We speak with Magan Lewis, Global Technology Adoption Lead at Corteva Agriscience, to discuss the utilization of storytelling to connect abstract ideas and identify problems. Magan shares personal failures, her background in plant science and agriculture, as well as the difficult decisions that come with redeeming your tickets at an arcade.  Magan’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maganlewis/ Magan’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmagan/?hl=en For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Mike Reynolds of Innovatemap about the ways he uses product storytelling to create successful marketing campaigns. Mike discusses the ways all types of products, from simple commodities to technical services, can harness storytelling to communicate with their customers on an emotional level. Mike also gives great advice on the ways leaders can integrate a unifying vision into their organization by utilizing storytelling.  Mike Reynolds LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-reynolds-8594932/ Mike’s BetterProducts Podcast: https://betterproduct.community/podcasts/ For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? We speak with Eric Cohen, CEO, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Award-winning Inventor of the Reebok PUMP, Technologist, Mentor, Innovator in Consumer, CPG, and Healthcare. We discuss the issue with an innovation that does not have a story. If your innovation falls flat at first, you craft a compelling innovation story and fight for an innovation that you know has an audience by getting to know how to communicate with that audience. Eric shares how even a successful innovation like Swiffer needs a good innovation story, and how no matter what sector your innovation is in, you too can really connect with your audience. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? We speak with Scott Kirsner, CEO of Innovation Leader, a media and events company focused on Chief Innovation Officers, senior R&D execs, and intrapreneurs at large organizations who are responsible for making change happen. He is also a weekly columnist for the Boston Globe. Find out from Scott why internal storytelling could be the difference between an initiative that is shut down and an initiative that has corporate backing. He also shares how innovation storytelling favors the first teller. Once someone owns a particular story in people's minds, it's very hard for the second player to come along and own that same story; therefore, it’s important to learn how to tell the innovation story best so it sticks in the audience’s minds. Tune in to our latest podcast episode for more insights! Follow Scott Kirsner and Innovation Leader on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kirsner, Innovation Economy Facebook Page: @innoeco, Twitter: @ScottKirsner and @InnoLead, and LinkedIn: @ScottKirsner and @InnovationLeader.
Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? We speak with Merritt Moore, physicist, ballerina, and aspiring astronaut, to discuss the impact of storytelling in technology and communication. Merritt shares her otherworldly dream of dancing in space, her background in Physics and dance, as well as what became of her one-man plus robot show that she produced during lockdown in London. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Liana Chaouli, Founder and President of Image Therapists International Inc., a globally recognized thought leader, style expert, mentor, and educator. She is also the bestselling author of " YOU are a Masterpiece: how to dress a more powerful and authentic YOU." Liana Chaouli sits down with us to talk about her career-long story of providing a transformation of clothing through the empowerment of a wardrobe. Liana shares her take on innovation storytelling and its relevance in what we wear, and how we express ourselves in our self images. Check out her free video series, “Discover Your Essential Formula” and follow Liana on Facebook, at Liana Chaouli and Image Therapists International Inc., @ImageTherapy, and Instagram, @lianachaouli. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Lee Green of Innovation Research Interchange (IRI) about the future possibilities of R&D and her work with IRI, focusing on knowledge creation and knowledge sharing, marking this as the heart of what all innovators should be doing. Lee shares tackling different industries and levels of R&D and how to come up with recommendations that she uses to implement into organizations. Lee also gives great advice on collaboration and how other people’s input could lead you into a completely different direction for success. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? We unpack the phrase “brilliant failures” with  Joel Schall, director of technology and innovation at Henkel, and Stewart Mehlman, managing member of SKM Direction, LLC and Innovation Research Interchange alum. They explain if you're really being innovative, you should be taking risks and failing all the time. So, how do you ignite a culture within your organization that embraces failure? Joel and Stewart believe storytelling is the answer. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Kristen Lear, a bat conservationist and educator, who works as a National Geographic Explorer and an AAAS IF/THEN Ambassador. She also serves as an Endangered Species Interventions Specialist at Bat Conservation International, where she leads BCI’s Agave Restoration Initiative for pollinating bats in the US Southwest and Mexico, and she is also passionate about promoting women and girls in STEM. Kristen discusses how science and story can combine to dispel myths and really grab people’s imaginations and passions. Kristen knows that everyone has a bat story, whether positive or negative, and she loves to touch on that to build a personal story from her scientific studies as “the bat lady.” Learn more in our latest episode about how to spark people’s imaginations and passions with a good story.  Keep up with Kristen, the “bat lady” on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BatsForLife and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/batsforlife_kristen/
We speak with Alisa Smith, Director of Innovation Services at Cintrifuse. She focuses on creating partnerships between regional corporations and the startup community. Alisa is passionate about empowering women to become more financially resilient. This episode, she shares with us how through her work and her podcast, The Beehive, she has gained insights into startup innovations and what corporations can learn from startup innovation environments. She feels strongly about the power of innovation storytelling to gain influence and believes that story is significant from the conception stage of an innovation to the consumer stage. Listen in as she shares with us her tips for creating an innovative atmosphere, whether that is in a startup or a large corporation; how to truly achieve diversity within an organization; and finally, a great story structure for crafting a successful innovation story! Check out Alisa’s podcast, “The Beehive:” https://thebeehivepodcast.com/aboutalisa/ Listen to some of her favorite “The Beehive” episodes, as mentioned in our show: “The Beehive,” Episode 34, “Kim Ades Focuses on Emotional Resilience:” http://thebeehivepodcast.com/34-kim-ades-focuses-on-emotional-resilience “The Beehive,” Episode 67, “Kara Goldin Launched Hint Water:” http://thebeehivepodcast.com/67-kara-goldin-launched-hint-water Check out Cintrifuse, a public-private partnership established to drive growth in the Cincinnati Region: https://www.cintrifuse.com/ For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Amanda Kranias of Blue Manatee Literacy Project and Bookstore about how our communities shape the businesses within them, and vice versa. Blue Manatee donated over 15,000 books in just nine months and seeks to make this number even higher in the future, so as to better serve the children in Cincinnati. Amanda speaks of the power of community for Blue Manatee and their goal of giving back and getting involved, with one-to-one donations and Manatanks around the city. In the first year of becoming a non-profit, Blue Manatee was able to donate over 15000 books in nine months! Find out more about Blue Manatee Literacy Project and Bookstore and how the Cincinnati community can help give back by just buying their favorite books. Amanda Kranias’ innovation story is one of collective identity and the power of human connection. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Lauren Imparato, Co-CEO & Co-founder of The Association, Best-Selling author of the multi-country, multi-language best-selling book, RETOX , an advisor of a basket of consumer-touching companies including Women in Innovation as well as the former CEO and Founder of I.AM.YOU., a first-of-its-kind health/wellness/fitness businesses she successfully exited after 10 years. Lauren shares with us her career-long mission of becoming an innovator across all walks of life.  Learn more about Lauren:  Personal Blog: www.LaurenImparato.com Current Writing: www.BetweentheWaves.co The Association: www.TheAssociation.us Book: https://www.amazon.com/RETOX-Yoga-Attitude-Healthy-Solutions/dp/0425278506 Digital Yoga Library: retox.yoga For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Stacy Kessler, a Business Strategy Coach for Women Entrepreneurs. Stacy is passionate about helping women entrepreneurs clarify their business strategy, ditch their doubt and indecision, and grow their business. She discusses how marketing yourself as an expert isn’t about pigeon-holing yourself as much as it is lining up all of your passions and talents. By figuring out who you are, what your innovation is, and who your customer is, you can gain buy-in and consumer interest. Her biggest tip is to figure out how to tell your innovation story (hint: follow the “hero’s journey”) and always ask for feedback. Do not feel like you have to do innovation on your own and do not be afraid to learn from mistakes. Find out more about combatting imposter syndrome, learning your innovation story, and taking your passions from an idea to a business plan! Promised link this episode: Untold Content’s medical article with Crossover Health: “Prevalence, Predictors, and Treatment of Impostor Syndrome: a Systematic Review:” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7174434/ Connect with Stacy, @iamstacykessler, on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as her website, stacykessler.me. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Drew Boyd, global leader in creativity and innovation, guiding teams, businesses and governments to deliver breakthrough results. He is the author of So You Want to be a Professor: How to Land Your Dream Job in Academia; Inside the Box: A Proven System of Creativity for Breakthrough Results; and the Innovation in Practice blog. He is also the host of Innovation Inside the Box podcast. His forthcoming book is Adding Prestige to Your Portfolio: How to Use the Creative Luxury Process to Develop Products Everyone Wants.  He talks not only about how to scale a successful innovation idea, but how to even come up with an idea. Listen in on how Systematic Inventive Thinking (SIT) allows for frameworks and patterns to work from to create a promising innovation idea while simultaneously providing the means to fast track that idea successfully. When in doubt, don’t think outside the box – think inside the box. To learn how and why, join us as we talk through SIT with Drew Boyd. Interested? Check out Drew Boyd’s Innovation Videos: Drew Boyd, Inside the Box Innovation Drew Boyd | Innovation is a Skill Your Employees Can Learn Drew Boyd | A Flowing Pipeline of Innovative Ideas Drew Boyd | Developing an Innovative and Creative Culture. You can follow Drew on LinkedIn and Twitter: @DrewBoyd.There is also an app based on the book Inside the Box by Drew Boyd and Jacob Goldenberg, which explains each of the five techniques (Subtraction, Division, Task Unification, Multiplication, and Attribute Dependency) and enables users to generate creative ideas and innovations: https://www.innovationinpractice.com/innovation_in_practice/2013/10/how-to-use-the-app.html Mentioned in the podcast episode: Understanding Writing Blocks by Keith Hjortshoj, Untold Content’s Innovation Storytelling Training, University of Cincinati: Drew Boyd
Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? We speak with Eric Avner, Vice President of the Haile Foundation and CEO of People’s Liberty. Eric explains how People’s Liberty began with the goal of making a difference by giving out community grants.They found the most important part went beyond giving money and into fostering a community of change-making people.  Focused community building continues to shape the future of PL’s work. Eric explains why this shift in focus is important for all people, innovators especially. To see videos of People’s Liberty and what they promoted, check out their videos here. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Chris Caulfield, nurse, innovator, and co-founder of IntelyCare. IntelyCare is one of the largest and fastest growing gig economy-based nursing workforce platforms in the United States. In response to the pandemic, IntelyCare provides a free COVID-19 Nurse Safety training course, that has been utilized in 30 countries with over 500,000 completions. Tune in to learn more about the key pieces of advice Chris would give to innovators as they prepare to convey their great ideas and scale them: have passion, find a good mentor, and prepare and pivot from failure! Learn how to utilize these pieces of advice for innovative success in Chris’ episode. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We talk with Dave Bossert, long-time animator at Disney, who worked on iconic films such as The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, and The Nightmare Before Christmas. He shares with us the power of animation to convey and evoke emotion, as well as the power of emotion to impact audiences and us as innovators. We get a closer look at how his writing, producing, and filmmaking exemplifies strategic storytelling. Listen in to hear his innovation story, from traveling across the country with $34 dollars in his pocket, to finding opportunity to create with the world's most premier storytelling company. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? In this episode, we speak with  Wendy Lea—CEO, board leader, entrepreneur, investor, mentor and community steward—about how to utilize innovation to spark a larger regional identity that accelerates the speed of innovation in that area. Wendy reveals that storytelling about a community’s distinct culture is instrumental in striking regional, economic transformation. Local government, startups, entrepreneurs, universities, and corporations who celebrate shared opportunities for growth and innovation can  transform their city’s future. For more on how to spark economic vibrancy, check out Wendy’s series of publications, as well as the latest Brookings Report, as discussed in the podcast. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Ryan Hawk, author of Welcome to Management and Podcast Host of “The Learning Leader Show.” Ryan shares with us his mission to share the commonalities of leaders who sustain excellence and his passion to engage and inspire millions through his writing and on his podcast. Ryan considers himself a lifelong student of leadership, and he shares with us the depth of integrating compassion and empathy in our daily leadership endeavors, whether that be in our personal or professional lives. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
We speak with Scott Collick and Lindsey Karpowich from DuPont. Scott is Vice President of Global R&D for Transportation and Industrial and Lindsey is New Product Development Agile Coach. We delve into DuPont’s Dead Projects Day, a day where they specifically share and work through Dead Projects. DuPont knows that learning from mistakes and making sure others can learn and pivot their innovative project because of known mistakes is so helpful. But there must be a culture where brilliant failures are celebrated or learned from, not swept under the rug and ridiculed. Innovation, trying new ideas, is a fail game; it is natural, helpful, and company’s ought to create a safe space for sharing innovation struggles and failures so that people can brilliantly fail as well as brilliantly succeed, because they actually go hand in hand. For more information, visit our website: https://untoldcontent.com/ You can also find us on Instagram: @untoldcontent
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