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Listen to some of the biggest minds in business reveal their innermost aspirations that drive them to excel across all aspects of life. Talk CXO Life features inspiring conversations with business leaders who have not only established themselves in their career but also managed to pursue a hobby/interest ardently. Be it running, cooking, triathlons, painting, writing, meditation or mountaineering... CXO Life is an endeavour to chronicle stories around success with a twist: by focusing on the ...
 
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The Overthinkers

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The Overthinkers

Rachel Mercer & Shann Biglione

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From big strategy questions to everyday marketing life realities, The Overthinkers is a weekly, 20 min conversation between two ex-marketing strategists: Rachel Mercer (@rachelmercer - co-founder and CXO at Proto) and Shann Biglione (@LeShann - co-founder and Head of Product at Kelp). It is for those who like to (over)think about our strategic planning, with delightful guests occasionally joining Rachel and Shann for extended discussions. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Soundcloud. ...
 
Work Pod takes you on the journey with leaders, experts, academics, authors, and change-makers designing the future of work, worker, and workplace. In our journey, we will seek answers on the future of work-life, productivity, upskilling, growth, and mindfulness hacks in world 2.0, going through technology, machine learning, AI, scientific, and cultural transformation.
 
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In this session, Frank Calderoni, CEO Anaplan shared how to build a company that sees hypergrowth by upstanding the character of the company. He shared his insights on his journey in leading a large organization while still maintaining the character-led culture. Bio:Frank Calderoni is the Chief Executive Officer of Anaplan and the chairman of the c…
 
#FutureOfWork Leadership: Performing Through TransformationJoin us for an interesting conversation on learning the #FutureOfWork panel series. This session 3 leaders, sat together and shared their journey leading their organization through #Futureofwork and sharing their best practices and insights with usPanelist:Andrea Patten, Chief People Office…
 
In this show, Susan Schmitt Winchester shared her journey to a leadership role of a Fortune 500 company. She shared her journey through her troubled childhood and how she copes up with her past and grow into the future. Susan shared wisdom on how to use the workplace as a healing vehicle and how everyone could achieve success by keeping their confl…
 
In this podcast, Matt Blumberg discussed his book Startup CXO, the insights it carries and shared how to build a thriving leadership that builds for tomorrow today. He sheds light on the importance of a good leader and how to achieve it effectively.Matt's Recommended Read:The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy …
 
In this show, David Bradford discussed his book Connect. He shared a transformative way to build fulfilling relationships with colleagues, friends, partners, and family, based on the landmark Interpersonal Dynamics (“Touchy-Feely”) course at Stanford’s Graduate School of BusinessBio:David Bradford is the Eugene O'Kelly II Senior Lecturer in Leaders…
 
In this show Michael discussed some tips, tricks and techniques to build a strong career. He shared some platforms that professionals could use to gain growth faster. He also shared the importance of networking and discussed how to do networking effectively.Bio:For two decades, Michael Solomon and Rishon Blumberg have been revolutionizing the field…
 
Most modern marketing is obsessed with data, and "data-driven" marketing has often been pegged as the future of our industry (and generally, still is). But there have been many voices clashing with this certainty that being data-driven was the only way forward for our practice. As a matter of fact, could this be the hill on which marketing loses on…
 
In this show, Jeffrey Hull talks about his book Flex. He shared insights on the art and science of being a great leader. He shared the anatomy of leadership and the ingredients of those who do it successfully.Bio:Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. BCC is CEO of Leadershift, Inc. a leadership development consultancy based in New York City and author of the best-se…
 
In the last two decades we've seen a huge acceleration of the number of specialists in marketing, to the point where being a generalist is often described as a "master of none". This has been a problem because we often end up with siloed views and practitioners that fail to understand how their field inserts itself in the grand scheme of things. Th…
 
In this show, Melissa Riberio shared her journey as a diversity candidate and now a diversity champion and leader. She shared how companies should embrace and thrive in diversity. She shared some quick tips/tricks for businesses and leaders to create a more inclusive workforce.Introduction:Across my global career, Melissa has had the opportunity to…
 
In this session, Ram discussed the ever-evolving world of competitive advantage. He shared how current changes desire to rethink of competitive edge strategies. He shared some data-driven strategies and some best practices that are executable and easy to implement.Bio:Ram Charan is the co-author of the bestselling Execution and Confronting Reality,…
 
Very special guest this week with JP Castlin, self-proclaimed strategy nerd and one of the most interesting voices in our community. The question that got us started led us to discuss many big tickets, from the definition of strategy to the ways complexity limits the potential of strategic planning, and even talking about the similarities with evol…
 
Since the mobile phone, we haven't had much in the way of hardware tech that has transformed the way we interact with the world. As a matter of fact, it's kinda hard to imagine we're going to see something as disruptive anytime soon. In this episode, Rachel and Shann discuss what technologies they see potentially impacting experience design, and wh…
 
In this conversation, Thomas Eisenmann discussed the complicated world of startup failures. Tom discussed various failures and what are some ways businesses could have done right. This is a great conversation for anyone seeking to understand failures and how to avoid them.Bio:Tom Eisenmann is the Howard H. Stevenson Professor of Business Administra…
 
Sabrina Horn(@SabrinaHorn) on Leading with authenticity for real results! #FutureofWork #Work2dot0 #PodcastIn this podcast, Sabrina Horn discussed his book Ruthless Consistency, the insights it carries and shared how his journey has helped him craft a strategy that could work on the testing times. He sheds light on the importance of ruthless consis…
 
Consumer segmentation can be a dangerous exercise - get it wrong and your strategy could completely fall apart, going after the wrong kinds of consumers or simply impractical. Coupled with digital means of targeting, and it can also lead businesses to buying against the wrong people in media. This week, we're joined by Anil Malhotra from ad-tech co…
 
Discussing AI-First Company and AI First mentality with Ash Fontana. He sheds light on how organizations could embrace analytics, data, and AI to retain a competitive edge.Bio:Ash Fontana became one of the most recognized startup investors in the world after launching online investing at AngelList. He then became a Managing Director of Zetta, the f…
 
In this podcast, Ben Pring co-founded and leads the Center for the Future of Work at Cognizant discussed the challenges of technology and transformation as we go through the future of work. Ben shared some challenges of not doing technology transformation properly. He also talked about his book Monster sharing similar insights as it relates to tech…
 
Somewhat ironic question for a podcast called The Overthinkers... But often a real issue for strategists, who can easily get trapped in always wanting to add nuance to their thinking - sometimes at the cost of action. In this episode, Rachel and Shann discuss how they try to stay in control of it, and how they try to manage it with others.…
 
Join us on an interesting conversation on learning the #FutureOfWork panel series. This session 2 leaders, sat together and shared their journey leading their organization through #Futureofwork and sharing their best practices and insights with us1 Guest Leader :Jenn Congdon, Chief Human Resources Officer at Ecobat TechnologiesBio:As a Human Resour…
 
Let's be honest, the daily grind doesn't often feel like a massive win. Dealing with failure is something most of us have to learn to do at some point in our careers, and it can easily bleed into our overall happiness. So what can we do to better deal with those feelings, and how can we stay upbeat when all goes to shit?…
 
In this podcast, Michelle Seiler Tucker talked about the challenges of business around mergers and acquisitions. She suggested critical ways businesses could position themselves to find aspirational growth and exit at the maximum value by doing certain things right. A great conversation for anyone seeking to deliver more value from their outcome.In…
 
Getting the right talent is critical for an agency business. But it seems incredibly harder for them to attract and retain talent. In this episode, Rachel and Shann discuss whether agencies can pay and reward their talent in a way that is competitive and attractive, but also some of the ways in which they could be a more talent centric approach to …
 
In this podcast, Teresa Roche, CHRO @ City Of Fort Collins discussed running a diverse organization and some challenges that go with running a diversified workforce. She also shared some challenges and opportunities of running a public sector organization. A must watch/listen for leaders seeking ideas/challenges/opportunities running a diverse orga…
 
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