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About This Show
Reinvention Radio – where ‘normal’ comes to die; ‘mediocrity’ meets its final demise; and, ‘the status quo’ is unabashedly dismantled. Steve Olsher, New York Times bestselling author of What Is Your WHAT? Discover The ONE Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do; founder and Chairman of Liquor.com; creator of The Reinvention Workshop; and 25+ year entrepreneur who has built four multimillion-dollar businesses, scours the planet to bring you the world’s foremost social, business, political, technology and scientific disruptors. Each guest boldly reinvents average, obliterates the limits of possibility, challenges the accepted, and forges daring, cutting-edge paths. Steve’s no-holds-barred, unapologetic exploration of what’s new, what’s now and what’s next will unequivocally expand your knowledge, massively impact the trajectory of your business (and your life), and empower you to achieve financial, spiritual, and emotional freedom. For more information, please visit www.ReinventionRadio.com.
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REINVENTING GREAT WORK
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Michael Bungay Stanier left Australia 25 years ago to be a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University. While there, he says his only achievement of note was to fall in love with a Canadian. He currently lives in Toronto and was the first Canadian Coach of the Year. Self-described as the tallest Australian Rhodes Scholar with big ears, a double-barrelled surname, an Australian-British-American-Canadian accent with a hint of a speech impediment.
Not all of Michael’s endeavors were successful. In high school, Michael was banned from his graduation for “the balloon incident”, he was sued by one of his law school lecturers for defamation, and his first published piece of writing was a Mills & Boone short story called “The Male Delivery.”
Michael has a commitment to “infect a billion people with the possiblity virus.” At Box of Crayons, he and his team of facilitators help time-crunched managers coach in 10 minutes or less. His clients are from all sectors and include the United Nations, Gartner, the University Health Network and USAA, to name a few. Michael also regularly speaks to businesses and organizations and has delivered keynotes at Leadership, HR and Learning & Development, conferences around the world, including ATD, SHRM, IPL, HRPA and the Conference Board of Canada.
Michael’s been featured or written for Business Insider, Fast Company, Forbes, The Globe & Mail and The Huffington Post. With clients like American Express, Bank of America, Citibank and Fidelity Investments, Michael knows his stuff.
TUNE IN to this episode as Michael, Steve, Mary and Richard discuss Reinventing Great Work, and how you can work less hard and yet have more impact.
In This Episode
1 – What Is Box Of Crayons?; His Australian Law Degree Didn’t Help Him From Being Sued; He Helped Invent Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust; The Difference Between Good Work And Great Work
2 – Michael’s Idea Of Coaching; A Classic Sales Blunder; Lead A Conversation With Curiosity – And What Else?…; Explanation Of The 7 Questions
3 – Companies Doing Great Work; What Work Has The Most Impact On A Business?; Getting People To Buy In To Doing Great Work; Accessing Things That Matter To The Business
Rated 5 out of
Innovative, Creative, Informative
Where else can you be entertained and learn at the same time from Steve, his guests, and Mary. Steve channels expertise from new resources, giving experts a pathway to success and positive growth and new opportunities. Steve opens his heart, humor, and hunger to reach out, give, and make win-wins an ongoing and inspiring legacy for all to model and pay forward. Thanks, Steve, for your wisdom, generosity, and passion.
Date published: 2015-07-27
Rated 4 out of
Reinventing Music Therapy
I waited through loud crosstalk at the opening and was rewarded with an interesting discussion on music therapy. I had never thought of music as a tool to help recovering addicts or to create happy newborns. Or how, as in little Bella's tragic story, music could help a little toddler leave the world more peacefully. I would like to have learned more about how a pregnant mother's stress affects her child in the womb and after birth, but overall I really appreciate the opportunity to hear this program.
Date published: 2015-09-08
Rated 5 out of
Enjoy this show very much. Steve and Kelly offer a spontaneous and honest dialogue (with humor) about what is really going on in life.
Date published: 2015-09-05