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The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
 
Can we learn to make smarter choices? Wharton professor Katy Milkman shares stories of irrational decision making--from historical blunders to the kinds of everyday errors that could affect your future. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics, exposing the psychological traps that lead to expensive mistakes. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for informational ...
 
On Wisdom features a social and cognitive scientist in Toronto and an educator in London discussing the latest empirical science regarding the nature of wisdom. Igor Grossmann runs the Wisdom & Culture Lab at the University of Waterloo in Canada. Charles Cassidy runs the Evidence-Based Wisdom project in London, UK. The podcast thrives on a diet of freewheeling conversation on wisdom, decision-making, wellbeing, and society and includes regular guests spots with leading behavioral scientists ...
 
The Navigate Podcast with Tim Austin offers personal, insightful and practical conversations designed to take the guesswork out of transitions. In each episode, Tim brings you strategies and tools you can use to effectively navigate seasons of change. Learn how to leverage change towards the growth and development of yourself and your team. Over the last 30 years Tim has enjoyed some combination of the following roles: husband, dad, missionary, pastor and life coach.
 
Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
Getting to where you want to be in your career is not always as linear as we might think. On Career Crossroads, host Jonathan Collaton talks to one guest each week about the expected and unexpected choices they have made to get where they are in their career today. Starting with the question of 'what did you want to be when you grew up?", they discuss all the jobs they have had, the people that influenced them, and the decisions that led them to their present career. They reflect on how some ...
 
Welcome to the Career Foresight Podcast. This is the show that dives into conversations about the future of work for creative professionals. Jennifer Spoelma, a career coach, author and speaker is your passionate, thoughtful & inquisitive host. Her specialty is helping ambitious, creative professionals build careers that align with their strengths, interests, lifestyle and goals. There are so many options and opportunities in our world today to do work that matters, motivates us, and allows ...
 
In organizations around the world, leaders are facing a deluge of urgent issues: a crisis in employee engagement, the need to make workforces more diverse, and the challenge of making workplaces feel human in an era of increasing dependence on technology and remote communication. At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we believe brain science can help provide solutions. Join us on Your Brain At Work, the official podcast of the NeuroLeadership Institute — where top researchers and thought leaders ...
 
Bushwick Junction is an interview-style show in which guests tell the stories of their lives as a series of decisions. Starting at the beginning, host Asha Saluja maps the road between birth and airtime, focusing on the big choices that led us to where we are. Is our destination fated, or can our direction at any given junction change our course forever?
 
*Ranked a "2019 Top Podcast* This is a podcast that brings transparency to top performers, careers, and topics. My name is Justin "Hasard" Lee. I'm an active F-35 fighter pilot for the Air Force. One of the most important lessons I've learned is that you have to be selective with who you listen to--there's a lot of noise out there. The goal of this podcast is to find experts who are at the top of their field to share their insights based on credibility and experience. About the Host:"Major L ...
 
In a perfect world, we’d all be rational decision makers. In reality, our brains seem hardwired to lead us astray. Join Mike Norton and Allison Schrager as they explore the psychological forces that drive attitudes and decisions around money and investing — and how this impacts our lives, our finances and even the markets. Talking Green is an original podcast from TD Ameritrade, produced together with The New York Times’s T Brand Studio.
 
Biz EVOLution Radio is a radio show that discusses evolving trends in the world of business and leadership inside various fields and disciplines. Each episode revolves around a currently trending topic while featuring an interview with a successful leader or leading edge thinker. Jon Alexander Martin, Principal of Fifth Element Consulting, hosts the show.
 
Empowering you to know that you know, Stephanie Richardson and Heather Smith, facilitators of Access Consciousness®, co-host this vibrant show that gives you tools to get where you're going and have fun along the way. We'll be laughing more than is appropriate, talking about things we shouldn't, and using tools that sound funny... but work.Join the good girls today!
 
A podcast mini-series on artificial intelligence from McKinsey, featuring conversations with a wide range of experts in the field that explore how to apply AI to the benefit of your business, and society. The series includes a look at corporate AI trends and impact; interviews with AI experts; and how governments are approaching AI.
 
Many entrepreneurs and business people miss out on all that life has to offer them because they overthink the small decisions and have no time or energy left to focus on the big ones - those decisions that if chosen well can, and will,reallychange their lives for the better. At OverThinking REAL Podcast we help you discover people and resources that can help you say goodbye to overthinking, master decision making, and have the business, and life, you really want.
 
This is a News Driven, "Reality-Based," talk radio show at it's best, through the eyes of one of America's top investigative experts, Retired Chief of Detectives, Wyndell C. Watkins, Sr. who says, "When in doubt, don't Speculate, YouVestigate! Wyndell retired from the Metropolitan Police Dept., in Washington, D.C. Wyndell is a expert in "Truth Verification and investigative matters along with being a court certified expert witness, lecturer, Private Investigator and published author of "YouV ...
 
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Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Nick Lee, Professor of Marketing, whose research using neuroscience and chaos theory has found a way of predicting our decisions before we have even made them. Professor Lee reveals how brain scans can determine the state of our mind and so work out what we will decide. He reveals the implications and futur…
 
Anyone who’s had either a great boss, or a bad boss, knows how important workplace relationships are for feeling happy at work. But it can be really challenging to assess what a workplace is like, and how people interact with each other from the outside looking in when you’re career changing. With the people I coach, those who have experienced nega…
 
Kait’s journey to her current career took her through a winding road in her late teens and early 20’s. She tried multiple educational paths and finally settled on fashion as her career of choice. But the path to being a Merchandising Manager was bumpy, and she turned to a more stable office administration role where she thrived. With a constant urg…
 
There’s so much that goes into processing and planning major transitions. So many areas need our attention. We can fall prey to blind spots if not careful. It can definitely feel overwhelming. But what would it look like to have a map and a compass for the journey? Guest Jeff Simons returns for a conversation with Tim to help equip us with a struct…
 
Nick Powdthavee reveals the results of his nationwide research into the effect of Brexit on the population's mental wellbeing. The vote split the nation and for those who voted remain Professor Powdthavee has found evidence that the distress and anguish was still affecting them a year later. Core Insights host Trevor Barnes goes through the researc…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure talking to Felix Lee a designer with an artistic flair. You will discover in this episode his universe as well as how he find inspiration to create beautiful designs. How do you proceed from a designer stand point when you have been requested to design a product that some time countless of declinations have been …
 
I’m pretty sure that peace is one of those things that you could never have too much of! We could all use more peace in our lives, right? Especially now as we’re going on month 9 of the Covid pandemic and quarantine, and things are looking worse for the next few weeks. Prioritization may seem like a funny thing to talk about when so many of the thi…
 
Brandon was always good at chemistry and had plans to invent new materials after getting a university chemistry degree. But as university wrapped up, he realized that he did not want a future filled with lab work, so what to do? His university experience gave him the skills and the drive to work with people, so after some deep reflection, he decide…
 
Does wisdom reside in particular persons, or is wisdom more about what happens between people? And if wisdom does require a social context, what are the implications of our new social distancing habits since the rise of the pandemic? Ricca Edmondson joins Igor and Charles to discuss novel ethnographic approaches to the study of wisdom, the signific…
 
Tobias Preis and Suzy Moat are Co-Directors of the Data Science Lab, which examines how Big Data can offer insights into human behaviour and decision making. Here, the pair, who are also Fellows at the Alan Turing Institute, talk to Core Insights host Trevor Barnes about how they have used aircraft flight data to produce real-time indicators of a n…
 
Many organizations are wondering how to address the chasm between right and left, and what many consider right and wrong. In this week’s Your Brain at Work, NLI’s Dr. David Rock and Dr. Kamila Sip welcome Dr. Peter Coleman (Professor of Psychology and Education, Columbia University) for a frank and informative conversation that traces the history o…
 
Zahra can trace her creative streak back to her time as a child, when she created products to sell to her friends. After planning to work her way into a career in psychology, she realized that she was more interested in understanding what people want. Upon the advice of a friend and some reflection, she realized that the aspect of selling those chi…
 
Self-driving cars have been promised as the future for the last decade with various manufacturers experimenting with their own designs alongside tech giants Google, Uber and Apple. Nick Chater, Professor of Behavioural Science, has been trying to model the trickiest task for autonomous vehicles of navigating the cluttered and narrow roads of the UK…
 
When Rafael Araujo was confronted with this number, 1,618 033 988 749 894 848 204 586 834 365 638 117 720 309 179 805 762 862 135 448 622 705 260 462 818 902 449 707 207 204, for the first time he was at first perplexed, then after thinking about it, long and large, emerged the idea that he could probably convey it's inherent beauty by crafting bea…
 
Holli Martinez leads the DE&I efforts at T-Mobile, and she’s on a mission—to make DE&I not just a priority, but a reality. This week on Your Brain at Work, Holli joins NLI's Head of Diversity & Inclusion Ester Neznanova to discuss the pressing need for DE&I strategies that truly shift behaviors, they explore the power of culture, and they explain h…
 
Helping people uncover and articulate their strengths is one of my favorite parts of coaching! It’s such an empowering experience when people learn how to articulate what it is they are great at and why. Exploring strengths is where I usually start with my career coaching clients, so I thought it would be a great topic to share more about on the po…
 
As a good student in high school, Heather Patel did not have an exact goal in mind when she decided to attend the University of Waterloo. Three degrees later she had found her calling; helping others as a social worker. With a busy career and three children, the idea of having a place where parents could come together to decompress and learn from o…
 
Chengwei Liu, Associate Professor of Strategy and Behavioral Science, talks about his research into luck with Core Insights host Trevor Barnes. Dr Liu reveals the situations and reasons why we have a bias towards luck, underestimating our good luck and overestimating bad luck. This bias can be exploited by firms alive to the opportunities that luck…
 
In this week's episode, NLI Co-founder and CEO Dr. David Rock is joined by Senior Researcher Michaela Simpson. Together they unpack the importance and power of mindset. They discuss the research that suggests we can cultivate adaptive mindsets not just individually, but at scale, and explain the habits that can help us thrive through difficult time…
 
I hear push back from clients all the time about if spending their time writing customized resumes and cover letters is really worth it. Their past experiences tell them it isn’t, and I have to ask them to trust me. What they find is, learning to position themselves on paper is actually very rewarding, genuine and gets results. Compared to the aver…
 
A young Ronak Patel was practical, so a career working with computers seemed like a smart decision. When he realized the passion wasn't there, he pivoted to working towards becoming an optometrist but again the passion was missing. After taking an economics course, he found his lane and worked towards his passion for marketing, entrepreneurship, an…
 
Andrea Isoni, Professor of Behavioural Science, joins Core Insights host Trevor Barnes to discuss the conundrum of pay rises. Professor Isoni has used game theory to examine how pay rises are actually reciprocated by employees. For many bosses giving workers a pay rise is seen as an act of kindness that they expect to be reciprocated by more effort…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure talking to Júlia Esqué a product designer with an artistic flair. You will discover her universe as well as how she find her inspiration to create beautiful and practical products. How do you proceed from a designer stand point when you have been requested to design a product that some time countless of declinati…
 
This week, our panel includes VP of Research, Practices, and Consulting Khalil Smith, DE&I Practice Lead Ester Neznanova, and Senior Consultant Camille Inge. Together, these NLI experts explore the nuances between racism and bias, discuss strategies used to detect and eliminate bias, and explain how you can build an anti-biased organization where b…
 
Brendon Bedford knew what he wanted; the perfect middle-class life and the chance to make a difference in the world. After finding a happy place working in politics, an opportunity arose to work at the university he called home for 4 years. He jumped at the chance for a more stable work-life balance and he finally had everything he wanted; a stable…
 
I work with a lot of clients whose goal is to pivot into a tech role or join a tech company. They want to be on the forefront of innovation, and benefit from the salaries, flexibility and growth tech jobs can offer. Since you chose to listen to this episode, I’m guessing that you identify with these desires, too. Whether you see yourself as “techy”…
 
Join Tim and Global Trellis guests as they discuss the differences between coaching, counseling, and spiritual direction, as well as places where there is overlap. This episode will increase your understanding of these services and the vital role each one plays in moving us toward wholeness. Equip yourself with the tools to navigate choices when it…
 
Trevor Barnes, host of Core Insights, interviews Neil Stewart, Professor of Behavioural Science, about a nudge - or sludge - that he discovered on his credit card statement. Anchoring is a well-established nudge with plenty of research confirming its existence. Here, Professor Stewart explains how it is affecting our credit card bill thanks to the …
 
In a past episode titled “Spoiled for Choice,” we looked at how decision-making can be hampered by our desire to avoid the painful emotion of regret. In fact, regret aversion can cause people to abandon certain decisions entirely. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look more closely at regret itself. Stirling Hart is a professiona…
 
In this week's episode, NLI Co-founder and CEO Dr. David Rock is joined by Diversity & Inclusion Practice Lead Ester Neznanova, and Senior Researcher Michaela Simpson to discuss how science can inform strategy in DE&I. Together, they explore strategies used to engage leaders and spark change. They share NLI’s latest thinking and best practices, inc…
 
Nick and his brother Giles are the founders of Bremont, one of the top aviation watch brands. I own two of their watches and they are truly engineering masterpieces. They're one of the few things you can own that doesn't turn into junk after 5 years. On my second watch I inscribed my sons name and plan to give it to him when he grows up. In this fa…
 
Aatir got his first job at 15 years old and has not taken a break from working since. When he attended the University of Waterloo, the first thing he did was get an on-campus job, which led him to consider a career at the University's Office of Advancement. But his real crossroad moment came during the winter break after his first term, where he we…
 
I am loving today’s topic because it’s diving into a question that takes a lot of foresight to answer correctly for yourself. It’s the question of whether a job change, or a career change would best resolve the tension you may be experiencing in your work life. So without further ado, let’s get into it. In this episode I’ll share: How to know you’r…
 
Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Daniel Read, Professor of Behavioural Science, about his research into intertemporal choices, which looks at why, even though we are on a diet, we choose to eat a cream bun now, rather than wait for our lunchtime salad. Or why in repeated experiments people would prefer £10 now rather than £15 in two weeks.…
 
What do you want for dessert? A picture, here it is summarized in a few words what drives Donna to create those absolutely sweet pictures time and again, (pun intended). You can spend hours looking at her Instagram feed and yet still are to find a single picture that does not fit the bill. Food photography is a particular style of photography withi…
 
Since recording this conversation in July, Josh has left VMWare to join Amazon/AWS and Kendrick’s mentoring organization “Us in Technology” has gained a lot of energy and exposure. If you are an organization looking for minority talent, or you’re an individual starting your career in STEM looking to connect with Kendrick’s network, you can learn mo…
 
In this week's episode, NLI Co-founder and CEO Dr. David Rock is joined by Senior Vice President of Client Experience Katherine Milan to discuss the science of learning. Together, they unpack the latest research around memory and habit formation, discuss how to make learning more social, identify the five biggest mistakes organizations are making w…
 
Over the past two weeks I’ve hosted a series of free calls for people who were struggling to get traction in their job search. I decided to offer these free calls after seeing post after post on LinkedIn from people sharing similar experiences. They had been applying to dozens of jobs without hearing back from employers or being offered an intervie…
 
From a young age, Rachel Peters watched her mom's surgery videotapes, so a passion for medicine was always there. But after deciding to get an undergraduate degree in history, how does someone end up in a career as an Occupational Therapist? Rachel's story involves an overseas graduate school and work rotation that sparked her interest in becoming …
 
What do we need to consider when processing and planning a major transition? There are so many areas that need attention. It can feel overwhelming. Are you considering the right things as you walk through this season of change? Is there something you're missing? Transition is multi-faceted. There is probably more to this transition than meets the e…
 
For some people, the check engine light on their car dashboard means an immediate trip to the repair shop. But for others, it represents a nagging unpleasant feeling that’s best to be avoided. So they put it out of their mind for as long as they can. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we examine the tendency to avoid or ignore certai…
 
This week, our panel of experts includes NLI’s Head of Performance Barbara Steeel, Senior Client Strategist, Rob Ollander-Krane, and CEO and Co-Founder Dr. David Rock. Together, they discuss the latest trends and research in performance management; they share illuminating insights on giving, and receiving, feedback; and they reflect on the six crit…
 
As a high schooler, Corey didn’t have a concrete idea of what he wanted. Get a job? Get a house? That sounded like a plan, and a STEM degree seemed like a good way to make that happen. After a year of teaching abroad, he came back to Canada and was able to put his French language skills to work at a call centre for an auto manufacturer. What he cal…
 
I decided to tackle this topic after receiving a great suggestion from my friend Kirsten. To help frame today’s discussion, I’m going read what Kirsten shared she feels is missing in the conversations and advice regarding careers: I've been loving this idea of figuring out the skills and expertise you have, not just in your career but in your life,…
 
Serge Ramelli photographe de son état dont la renommée mondiale est depuis plusieurs années bien assise dans le monde de la photographie d'art va vous présenter comment de fil en aiguille il a gravit les échelons de la notoriété photographique, presque par hasard sans le vouloir par passion par amour du travail bien fait par conviction que la photo…
 
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