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Episode 1: Conscious Business with Peter Matthies

In this episode we're introduced to the concept of consciousness and the role it plays in business. Kendra speaks with Peter Matthies, founder and CEO of the Conscious Business Institute who's teachings greatly influenced her life, leadership style and were in many ways the catalyst to creating this podcast.  Peter shares profound insights on how we've gotten to this place of doing, and what it will take to step into our full "beings".

 

"And so it originated basically, I think a long time ago when I was in my venture capital office and I was looking up for things, how can I work with more fulfillment and satisfaction and bridge this money world, this success world with my inner search for maybe even spiritual connection or connection or some deeper sense of fulfillment. And I didn't find the curriculum. There was nothing out there. So I looked around. I went to Sri Lanka to do Ayurvedic retreats. I went and worked with shamans. I traveled around the globe. I did all these kinds of things and piecemealed it together, these wisdom principles and the business principles to create this master program."

Resources: Conscious Business Institute

 

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Episode 2: Neurodiversity with Julia Armet

In this episode we're introduced to Julia Armet founder and CEO of Higher Playbook. Julia is on a mission to empower visionary leaders and progressive teams with the awareness, inspiration, and education to drive the shift to purposeful work.  As an Autistic Leader, Julie helps us understand the role neurodiversity can play in the corporate space, and how it's a great catalyst for bringing in the true era of individuality and diversity.  Julia is pure magic. Enjoy!

 

"And humans, as much as they will still be humans, what I realize is we're evolving as humans too, so the humans 50 years from now might think differently based on the fact that they're going to be using different capabilities, different parts of their brain as it interacts with emerging technologies. So you think about, well, If we as humans are evolving at the same time that just our technologies are evolving and the world is evolving, how are we moving together? Because there's an acceleration. It's not necessarily going to be all factors accelerating at the same time.."

Resources: Higher Playbook

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Episode 3: Exploring the Employee Experience with Matt Shaffer

Join me for an engaging conversation on the employee experience, and what's at the core of efficiency & engagement with Matt Shaffer, Founder & CEO of Salient7. Matt reflects on his previous career and shares his learnings from the Air Force, we debate the purpose of "purpose", define leadership vs management and dive into the importance of authenticity. 

 

"Authenticity is everything. How can you get to alignment if you don't have authenticity and honesty, right? And I'd say full, maybe not complete, but full authenticity and full honesty, right? It doesn't mean you have to bear every nook and cranny of your soul, but give away that 90% that other people need to know and vice versa so we can align together in the most effective way. Authenticity is everything, I think."

Resources: Salient7

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Episode 4: Outcomes Over Hours with Tina Paterson

In this episode Tina and I discuss her journey from burnout to business owner, and how she now spends her time teaching others how to protect themselves by focusing on outcomes over hours. Tina is a great example of how to make remote working, work, and teaches leaders how they can leverage virtual teams to outperform. She's written a new book called Effective Remote Teams, she shares with us tips and tricks from her book on how we can all set boundaries and move away from exhaustion to balance. 

 

"shifting [the focus] to go 'well what is it that does add the value, those outcomes?'  helps people to go 'well maybe I could do things a little differently ?'.  Thinking through doing things differently so you can also give yourself permission to focus on yourself and whatever it is it's important to you outside of work"

Resources: Outcomes Over Hours

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Episode 5: Mental Health Pack with Nick Mair MHFAi

In this episode we meet Nick Mair, CEO of Mental Health Pack; a mental Health First Aid practitioner dealing with the "BLACK DOG". In this episode Nick and I discuss his personal journey of moving through burnout to building a business focused on helping others to build better mental health. Nick and I discuss how you too can showcase the power of vulnerability. Nick brings expertise in HR & Talent Aquisition, and has used his people perspective to help bring attention to this growing endemic in the world, specifically highlighting the struggle many men face in openly discussing mental health. 

 

"In Australia, the "she'll be right, mate" message of men or blokes and the barriers associated are coming down slowly, but I am trying to get in the front wave to try and speed along and ensure that guys have a safe and comfortable way to talk about it [ mental health].

Resources: Mental Health Pack

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Episode 6: COMING SOON

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