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Break Through to Yes with Collaboration
57 minutes | Apr 27, 2017
Unlocking the Possible
Today we have great collaborative leaders, Ken Cloke and Duncan Autry, on our show. We, also, have a taste of Miten with Deva Premal’s All is Welcome here from Miten’s new album Temple at Midnight. This show provides the Why to Collaborate, two highlight interviews from our series plus an overview of the shows and wisdom our 67 guests have shared with us. The leader of America has little knowledge of the world and leadership. The leader of Russia is a gangster The leaders of the world are under pressure to be self-centered and don’t have the skills to collaborate The leaders in business today are increasingly hostile to their employees and their customers. The next generation of leaders in business, not for profits and government are, also, inexperienced and They don’t know what they don’t know. There are many from the most powerful in the world to the not yet powerful who don’t yet have the skills to lead for a better future. How do we collaborate powerfully? This is my invitation.
58 minutes | Apr 20, 2017
One Yes, On Thing, One Dream
We are one. We are all interconnected in our spirit, our hearts, and our intelligence. We talk about spirit. We listen to the music of Miten. The more we learn to let go of our “hero story”, the greater we become. Our hero story is when we think we must be the great solo leader. Consider that all the expertise and experience we each have may not be enough to effectively and successfully deal with the great challenges we face today as individuals, families, organizations, professions and nations. Consider the collective wisdom that is possible from a circle of listening, speaking, understanding and co-creating solutions. Your circle or team will be most successful in solving significant challenges when you bring in others whose opinions and experiences are very different from yours. We can no longer afford “groupthink” or “yes men.” The stakes are high. Wisdom from Deva Premal, Miten, Charalee Graydon, Robert Stewart, Klara Fenlof and Quinn and Sara Amos. Now is the only time.
56 minutes | Apr 13, 2017
These Challenging Times and Our Collaborative Global Initiative
Join Barry Wilson, Doreen Liberto, Kathy Porter, Jeff Cohen, and David Savage as we explore the movement and solutions to the increasing complexity, frustration, lies, environmental collapse, and separation in the world today. Call in, Tweet@davidbsavage or email us to add your wisdom and ask your questions. We are experts in negotiation, collaboration, systems design, dispute resolution, sustainable economic development, cumulative impacts, facilitation, and more. Our future matters. Let's be part of the solutions together.
55 minutes | Apr 6, 2017
Collaboration, Negotiation and Mediation Strategies
Why do we fail so often in our negotiations? How do people get in their own way? What is the cost of being triggered, stuck, ...? What are all the costs to you? How might we be more mindful and personally aware? What are the strategies, techniques, and tools available to help me negotiate and to resolve disputes? In this show, we have present; a) Steps to Negotiation Success, + what to do to best prepare, + what to do during the negotiation, and + what to do after the negotiation b) Awareness for Negotiators (self and others), and “Between every stimulus and response is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning: From Death-Camp to Existentialism c) Mediation and Dispute Resolution Strategies. + why mediate? why bring in a third party? + the processes, ethics, and guidelines + how might we be more mindful and personally aware? Now, let's work together better.
57 minutes | Mar 30, 2017
Collaboration, Disruptive Technology and Entrepreneurship
We are living in an age of disruption, alternate facts, fear, and economic revolution. “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein Today we look at disruptive technologies, entrepreneurship, and collaboration Think of the rapid change of business; The world’s largest taxi company has no cars; Uber. The world’s largest hotel room company ahs no rooms; Airbnb. Think about the speed of business….. the speed of technology.. the speed of change…. what is your speed? 1) Is your world perfect just the way it is? 2) What is increasingly threatening your world? 3) How innovative is your organization? 4) How agile is your team.? 5) What will your world be in five years? 6) What are your possibilities? 7) What are you doing to create it? 8) Who will you collaborate with? With my guest Jim Gibson, we explore some of the new thinking in Collaborative technologies for Enterprise and some key disruptive technologies.
58 minutes | Mar 23, 2017
Collaboration, The Secret Marathon and Going the Extra Mile
This show celebrates those that work together and create greater outcomes than they could individually. My book Break Through to Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration aligns with going the distance together. No one gets left behind. Remember the Africa proverb; if you want to go fast go alone. If you want to go far, go together. The Secret Marathon; Inspired by a story of courage a young woman and her legendary marathon mentor train in secret for the Marathon of Afganistan, only to uncover that for the runners, this marathon is much more than just a race. We have legendary marathoner (250 Marathons in One Year for Right to Play) Martin Parnell and filmmaker Kate McKenzie talking about this amazing story and the film they are creating. We, also, have the inspiring Shawn Anderson. In 2017, Shawn will finish his 7th book, walk across England and Ireland, take his go the extra mile message on a speaking tour in Central America.
57 minutes | Mar 16, 2017
Zombies or Zippers: Collaboration, Human Resources and Global Networks
1) Do people matter? To your effectiveness? To your efficiency? To your sales? To your collaborations? To your bottom-line? 2) why do they matter? Why do they matter to you? 3) are robots cheaper, more dependable, faster…? 4) Are Human Resources professionals useful…? 5) what is being done today to build better organizations, more creativity, cost reductions and business success? Do want Zombies/ robots/ messengers in your organization? Or Zippers; those that pull together people, ideas, efficiencies and products with agility and ease? With Amy Schabacker Dufrane, we explore what does a 21st-century HR organization look like? What other skills (apart from subject matter knowledge) do HR professionals need if they are to be successful (digital, analytics, business intelligence, etc.)? With Japman Bajaj, we consider telecommuting and teleworking. Many people have commented that such work styles greatly reduces the synergistic effects of face-to-face collaboration. And so much more.
58 minutes | Mar 9, 2017
Collaboration Against Human Sexual Trafficking
We explore the global reality of human trafficking and explore ways that we may collaborate to fight this horror. 1) Why does human sexual trafficking exist? 2) What do you know about human trafficking? 3) Is it in your home area? 4) Who is fighting? 5) What is being done? 6) Where can I reach out to collaborate and help women and girls? 7) What are the costs of not stepping up and reducing this? According to the American Federal Bureau of Investigation, Human trafficking, believed to be the third-largest criminal activity in the world... people are being bought, sold, and smuggled like modern-day slaves, often beaten, starved, and forced to work as prostitutes... with little or no pay. Over the past decade, human trafficking has been identified as a heinous crime which exploits the most vulnerable in society. In this podcast, we explore what is being, and can be done, globally and locally to collaborate against human sexual trafficking. She Has A Name.& Next Step Ministeries
54 minutes | Mar 2, 2017
Collaboration, Europe and Rotary International
Every day we hear about politicians, communities, and people being fearful of others. We hear about the rise of the extreme right wing. We hear about the rise of a new generation of activists. We talk about closing our borders to immigrants and to trade. We hear fear. We seek something better for ourselves and our grandchildren. In this show, we talk about Rotary International, Rotary Friendship Exchanges, Rotary International Student Exchanges, RotarAct and building possibilities through collaborating internationally. One of the objectives of Rotary is; The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service. With our Rotary leadership guests from France (Elisabeth) and Germany (Florian), we learn about eh projects each are involved in and why they commit themselves to Service Above Self. And why we choose to break down walls of misunderstanding. Now let's work together.
58 minutes | Feb 23, 2017
Collaboration and Critical Thinking in This Age of Lies
Lies, alternate facts, fake news, goldfish, can’t discern news, advertising, social media, tar sands, Hollywood stars, Hemisphere, SLO nukes, teaching, Standing Rock, blameing, anger, fear, barriers to communication ... Today, we explore and delve deeper into all these issues. Why it is more difficult to collaborate, or even dialogue, these days. Why does it seem increasingly difficult to get disparate groups of people to work together? Whether politically, economically, environmentally or socially, the conversations are increasingly acrimonious, accusatory and less truthful. What is “truth” and how do we talk to one another in these polarized conversations? What are the techniques and skills needed most today? How are successful collaborations designed? What can help us today? Do we really have a shorter attention span than goldfish? What is Critical Thinking? What resources are available to help us understand one another? We listen to Win, Win, Win or Walk Away. Join our talk.
59 minutes | Feb 16, 2017
Collaboration, Company Dispute Resolution and Mindfulness
We explore Collaboration, Company Dispute Resolution plus Mindfulness. We talk with Julie Murray on Integral Coaching, mindfulness and slowing down. We investigate the offerings and techniques recommended by the Company to Company Dispute Resolution Council including the Dispute Resolution Continuum, the Costs of Conflict and the various conscious choices for Appropriate Dispute Resolution including the Situation Assessment Meeting (SAM). While organizational conflict management and mindfulness may not appear to offer common approaches, in this episode you will learn the very powerful common element that will reward you personally and professionally. We call you to; 1) Explore and identify the best dispute resolution option for you. 2) Engage in a Situation Assessment Meeting. 3) Look beyond the problem to find better outcomes for both parties 4) Pause. Reflect. Meditate. Let go of certainty. Let go of judgment. Let go of being right. Let the real you arise.
58 minutes | Feb 9, 2017
Collaboration, Culture and Assessment
1) Mike Thompson, CEO of SVI, a talent development company on a mission to create irresistible companies and extraordinary people. 2) Dr. Stephen Hobbs, guides entrepreneurs and executives to design and realize extraordinary life and business legacy experiences for self and with others. Strong start: What do you feel when you think about your organization? Anticipation, frustration, delight, abandonment,…? Are you tired of things happening over and over? Today we explore organizational cultures and what makes them great or not. And we talk about the tools that Mike, Stephen and I offer to help your organization progress faster. My book isn’t called “How to pretend to collaborate and call a meeting.” Nor is my book called, how to encourage GroupThink. It is called Break Through to Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration. A culture of collaboration. Collaboration is how we work together. How do we build diverse,courageous, agile, innovative and successful teams?
54 minutes | Feb 2, 2017
Collaboration and Sports
Success in sports always requires collaboration and collaboration over time. Our guests today, Martin Parnell and Tristen Chernove, share their experiences on our show today. Collaboration is a culture and the way we succeed over time. Collaboration is not a temporary event. Call to your future; Imagine yourself as a champion in 2020. You and your organization are celebrating a huge break through. Together, you have accomplished what no one had dreamed possible. You feel elated! Call to Action: 3 steps 1) What is the possible you dream of unlocking? 2) Who are 3 people that have the expertise to help you? 3) What will you do right now to start? We talk about sports, working together, 7 Summits, cycling, marathons, leadership, and collaboration. We experienced the championships and leadership of Martin Parnell and Tristen Chernove. In collaboration, we are looking to break out of “normal” and break through to fresh and exciting insights and possibilities. Let's be champions!
55 minutes | Jan 26, 2017
Collaboration and Leadership
Theme: Collaboration and Leadership Guests: Bob Acton, Obair Leadership David Mitchell, Bow Valley College Do you wonder whether you are going anywhere? Do you sometimes feel like you are doing the same thing over and over? Where is the exploration in your life? Is leadership repeating the same over and over or is leadership innovation through collaboration? We talk about sports, vision, performance, leadership, convening and collaboration. With Bob Acton, we explore collaboration and peak Performance. With David Mitchell, we investigate convening and dialogue. In collaboration, we are looking to break out of “normal” and break through to fresh and exciting insights and possibilities. Questions; 1) What is the possible you dream of unlocking? 2) Who are 3 people that have the expertise to help you? 3) What will you do right now to start? Now let’s work together better! This is the first in our 2017 series of Break Through To Yes with Collaboration.
58 minutes | Mar 15, 2016
Break Through To Yes; Book Release Show!
My journey in writing the stories, creating the 10 Essential Steps to Collaboration and including the real wisdom and over 100 people in my book has evolved over the past 3.5 years and far longer. March 22 our book, yes our book, will be released worldwide. To achieve the worldwide and acclaimed release of Break Through To Yes; Unlocking Possibility within a Culture of Collaboration is the culmination of collaboration with many around the world, including the music of Chuck Rose, the challenges from many, many people and obstacles. Today, I have asked two very key people in my writing, speaking, publishing and learning journey over the past year. We have Anna MacHargue (the person largely responsible for turning my hopes into great language). We, also, have David Milia (the person who collaborates with me to build the shared value and sustainability conversation). Grateful to Kirkus Reviews. Now let's collaborate and create a far better world in a culture of collaboration.
57 minutes | Dec 17, 2015
Next Generation Leaders and Our Future
This Show Theme is Next Gen Leaders and Our Future. br This show features; br Kevin Brown, World Mediation, Madrid br Dan Savage, Infinity Ward, Los Angeles br India Sherret, World Junior Ski Cross Champion, Cranbrook br Sarah Daitch, Collaborative Global Initiative, The Hague br Music by Chuck Rose Win or Walk Away Highlights and challenges. br Key Messages, today, include; br 1) You have to make certain that every cog in the machine is working well together to move forward. br 2) Get involved in collaborative initiatives and teams across generations build the skills, understanding and opportunities. br 3) it takes a village to raise leaders. Be there in support of our next generations of leaders. That is plural, our next generations and our shared future need you. br I embrace and am very encouraged by the leaders in our next generation. Today we are focusing on three such leaders plus a man who builds necessary skills. br Call to Action; please, lead from love, not fear.
58 minutes | Dec 10, 2015
Leadership and Team Awareness
This Show Theme is Leadership and Team Awareness using the Leadership Circle and the Enneagram in Business. br This show features two of the most insightful and open experts on personal and team awareness in the world. I have been taught by Ginger Lapid-Bogda and Bob Anderson and look forward to more opportunities to learn from them. Check out The Enneagram in Business and The Leadership Circle online. Of all the leadership tools and techniques available these two experts bring some of the very best. And they both engage with you with clarity, conciousness and care. brbr Key Messages, today, include; 1) Awareness of myself and how I am in relationship with my team allows me and them to be far more effective, 2) At our foundation, we must start by understanding our values and ethics. 3) Keep on developing and growing your consciousness. 4) Access powerful and evolutionary assessments and tools for reflection and assessment.
57 minutes | Dec 3, 2015
Make It So
In my upcoming book Break Through to Yes, I set out 10 steps that are essential to successful collaboration. This Show Theme is Make It So is Step 10. br This show features four great leaders with business connections across the planet; Prabha Sankaranarayan of Mediators Beyond Borders, Atul Tandon of the Tandon Institute, Johanne Lavoie of McKinsey and Company and Michael Hill, one of the world’s leading stroke and brain specialists. brbr Key Messages, today, include; 1) Examine and change the existing ways we do things to capitalize on the collaborative process, outcomes and the organization’s rules of engagement. 2) As a human being, if you are forced to collaborate or act, you do it without life energy, make collaboration yours, and 3) Collaboration is the highway where all people can be linked, honoured and served. brbr Make It So with assessment, accountability and continuous improvement.
57 minutes | Nov 26, 2015
Show Theme is Now Lead is Step 9. This show features five great leaders from Canada and Spain; Don Simmons, Bruce McIntyre, James Armstrong, Charalee Graydon and David Milia. br Key Messages, today, include; 1) Leadership demands leadership at all levels, 2) Building your culture of collaboration is evolutionary, and 3) Leadership is a profound earned relationship not a status. br Now is our time to escape the tyranny of the communications and leadership barriers too often witnessed in our political, regulatory, media and special interest groups. Today is American Thanksgiving. Today, think about gratitude. Who are five people you are grateful for their leadership in your life? Call them and tell them soon. I am grateful to all that are listening and dedicating themselves to collaborative leadership. In my upcoming book Break Through to Yes, I set out 10 steps that are essential to successful collaboration.
59 minutes | Nov 19, 2015
Collaborate with Vision
This show features; Dana Meise, The Man that hiked 25,000 kms, British Columbia Dee Ann Turner, It’s My Pleasure author, Georgia Teresa de Grosbois, Mass Influence author, Alberta Doreen Liberto Blanck, Collaborative Global Initiative, California Key Messages, today, include; 1) Your dreams will inspire others and you, 2) Collaboration is a key part of your successful organizational culture, and 3) How you are in relationship with others defines your future success. Leadership can connect your people within your organization as well as across the world in ways that have not been possible until now. Leadership is, also, about connecting with self. Are you in alignment with your values in your actions and communications? What values does a collaborative leader hold? Are you in coherence between your head and your heart? Do you lead from your heart and your whole intelligence? Do you see your purpose as getting the right things done that serve the whole?
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