In this rapidly changing world, corporations and communities are but two sides of one coin. To solve higher order problems, they must work with each other, not against each other. How can these two parties play their respective roles in the common struggle for the common good? This is but one of the big topics tackled in this wide-ranging conversation between Kathy Twells and Peter Sheahan, a top-rated keynote speaker, innovative business thinker and
CMO Boyd | Finding Your Authentic Path
  Born and raised at Londolozi Game Reserve in the South African wilderness in a family of conservationists, Boyd Varty grew up with lions, leopards, snakes, and elephants, speaking the local language and learning how humans and nature can naturally and beautifully co-exist. Boyd is a wildlife and literacy activist and a lion tracker, life coach, storyteller, and author. On today’s podcast, he joins Katherine Twells to talk about how you can discover the track of your
CMO Pico | Exploration Of Uncertainty
  Even before uncertainty became a buzzword, we have had to deal with it every day, but the situation we are facing now forces us to take a harder look at it and accept its reality. This conversation between Kathy Twells and Pico Iyer, a writer and travel enthusiast, is an exploration of uncertainty – an inquiry on how we can navigate the unfamiliar landscape of the world during COVID-19. As a traveler, Pico knows that more often than not, the
CMO Andrew | Resilience Practices
  We have always gone through adversity, even before the whole COVID-19 pandemic started. Still, there is no better time than now to start thinking about developing practices that build resilience and promote wellbeing despite whatever life may throw at us. We need to start thinking of ways to practice self-care to show up better as role models and leaders in our business and personal lives. Katherine Twells delves into this timely topic with Andrew Deutscher,
CMO Nan | Cultivating Leadership
  With the current pandemic situation forcing more and more people to work from home, there’s a paradigm shift taking place, especially in leadership. Whatever veil or wall that people have put up between their personal and professional lives are long gone. Traditional leadership philosophies, tools, and methodologies don’t seem to be panning out, and people are shifting to self-awareness and really understanding what they can bring to the table. Joining Katherine Twells on the