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ENLIVEN is a show for people who want to make products and companies that have a soul, and make things that make things better. If you want to use business as a force for good, you’ve come to the right place.


#22 Pam Fox Rollin: How to be a decisive leader who helps people come alive
Jul 28 • 65 min
Pam Fox Rollin is an executive coach, facilitator, and strategist with extensive experience in senior team development, especially in healthcare and tech. She’s worked with many clients in the Fortune 100, fast-growth startups, consulting firms, and NGOs.…
#21: April Dunford - Find your power in the market through positioning
Jul 14 • 81 min
April Dunford is a legend in the product marketing world. She’s an executive consultant, speaker, and author who helps tech companies make complicated products easy for customers to understand and love. April’s expertise is built from 25 years as an…
#20: Nilofer Merchant — Unleashing Onlyness to benefit from the ideas and potential in every person
Jun 30 • 67 min
Nilofer Merchant is one of the world’s top business & management thinkers, and is also one of my new favorite humans. As an operator, she was involved with the launch of over 100 products that collectively generated more than $18 billion (yes, with a B)…
#19: Dan Gould — Fighting unconscious bias and attacking systemic problems with entrepreneurship
Jun 16 • 73 min
Dan Gould is a prolific technologist and serial entrepreneur. In this conversation, we dive into the issues of unconscious bias and systemic inequality that have shaped our society, and we tactically discuss how one can attack systemic problems…
#18 Josh Seiden: How to create clarity and lead strategically with outcomes thinking
Jun 2 • 80 min
In this conversation, Josh Seiden gives a masterclass on clear thinking and how to create order out of the chaos that surrounds any creative endeavor. His most recent book, Outcomes Over Output, has become one of my favorite resources for creating clarity…
#17 Dr Matthew Cook: Identity shifts, beating trauma triggers, and continually recreating who you are
May 19 • 91 min
Dr. Matthew Cook is one of the most cutting-edge doctors I’ve come across. He’s a board-certified anesthesiologist with 20+ years of experience in medical practice, who — as he shares in this conversation — pivoted his practice toward functional and…
#16 Holly Hester-Reilly: Building a customer-centric team and product culture
May 5 • 82 min
Holly Hester-Reilly is the founder and CEO of H2R Product Science, where she combines more than a decade of experience in technology companies with years of experience in scientific research to bring her clients a rigorous, research driven approach to…
#15 Sam Fankuchen: Leadership and responding to the needs of the world in a time of crisis
Apr 21 • 69 min
Sam Fankuchen is the Founder & CEO of Golden, a platform that makes it easy for anyone to volunteer and for organizers to manage their volunteers and staffing programs. This episode was important to release now because of the amazing free platform Golden…
#14 Derik Mills: Cultivating a faculty of wonder in business and life
Apr 7 • 107 min
In this episode of ENLIVEN we talk with Derik Mills the founder and CEO of Glo. We chat about how they went from being a bootstrapped company, raising no outside investments to being featured in Forbes, Oprah and more. We discuss how to create a conscious…
#13 Muriel Clauson: The Future of Work — identity, engagement, and being future-ready
Mar 24 • 105 min
“Are you breathing just a little, and calling it a life?” In this conversation, Muriel Clauson and I go deep on the future of work: identity, engagement, and being future-ready. We also discuss how to develop self-awareness and communicate your needs to…
#12 Rian Doris & Conor Murphy: Flow — Cultivating the optimal experience of life (part 2)
Mar 10 • 64 min
This is the second half of my conversation with Rian & Conor of the Flow Research Collective. We discuss Flow, which is defined as an optimal state of consciousness and is considered to be the optimal experience of life. This episode helps you to…
#11 Rian Doris & Conor Murphy: Flow — Cultivating the optimal experience of life (part 1)
Feb 25 • 59 min
Flow is defined as an optimal state of consciousness and is considered to be the optimal experience of life. This episode helps you to understand and increase your time in flow, so you can get the most out of every aspect of your life. Flow dramatically…
#10 Susan Basterfield: decentralized team structures and participatory decision-making
Feb 11 • 86 min
Susan Basterfield’s purpose is to end suffering in the workplace. She is a member and foundation director of Enspiral, a global network of people and organizations at the forefront of the self-organizing movement.
#9 Amy Edmondson: Building teams where people feel safe
Jan 28 • 86 min
Amy Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, and is recognized as one of the top 10 thinkers on business and management in the world, specializing in the areas of psychological safety, teams, and…
#8 Paula Daniels: Living on the edge of your own invention
Jan 14 • 77 min
Paula Daniels is an award-winning social entrepreneur and Ashoka Fellow with a deep history in food and water policy. She’s the founder of the Center for Good Food Purchasing, a nationwide program that uses the power of procurement at large public…
#7 Becky Baybrook: culture, candor, and how Millenials are changing management
Dec 31, 2019 • 115 min
In this conversation, Becky and I dig deep into workplace culture. We explore some vexing questions around belonging and psychological safety, how Millenials are changing management. One area that I think listeners will find especially useful is a…
#6 Barry Brown: Shaping the shapers
Dec 17, 2019 • 80 min
My guest in this conversation is Barry Brown. Barry helps leaders be more of who they are and be more effective in bringing forth the change they seek to make in the world. He’s someone I call a “shaper of shapers,” and by the end of this conversation,…
#5 Rich Mironov: Building a thriving product organization
Dec 3, 2019 • 73 min
Rich Mironov is a veteran product leader, often called the “product mensch” in Silicon Valley. In this conversation, Rich enlightens us on how to create a thriving product organization and how a product leader can right the ship.
#4 Marshall Mosher: tough product calls, acclimating to fear & what it feels like to be Iron Man
Nov 19, 2019 • 118 min
Marshall Mosher is the cofounder and CEO of Vestigo, a company that uses outdoor adventure experiences to help people push outside their comfort zones, get comfortable being uncomfortable, and build deep trust with their teammates. Marshall caught the…
#3 Christina Wodtke: Unleashing potential with extraordinary teams
Nov 5, 2019 • 106 min
Christina Wodtke is an author, Stanford professor and speaker who helps turn groups into high performing teams all around the world.
#2 Barry O’Reilly: Unlearning and creating culture change
Nov 5, 2019 • 94 min
In this episode we meet Barry O’Reilly, a business advisor, entrepreneur, and author who helps people invent their future instead of fearing it. We start by dropping right into a powerful moment in Barry’s career as an entrepreneur and go on to cover…
#1 May Lindstrom: Delivering love & the power of a North Star
Nov 5, 2019 • 110 min
In this episode, we meet May Lindstrom, the founder of May Lindstrom Skin. She shares her incredible story of creating a beloved company that is transforming the skincare industry and creating a thriving life for herself and her employees. And how she’s…