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Being Human is for people who want go deep on what it means to be a human making a difference.We'll discover how to be better humans at work and in life. We’ll explore leadership, relationships and how to make changes in ourselves and our environments. Nothing will be off limits.Welcome.

Latest Episodes

#86 Who Has the D? - with Paul Rogers

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In 2006, our guest this week, Paul Rogers, got a paper published in the Harvard Business Review titled "Who Has the D?"Over ten years later, the simple ideas in that paper continue to inspire. In a world of complex workflows and team dynamics, asking the question "Who Has the D?" can provide great clarity.In this episode, recorded at the Umbrella Rooms in London, we talk:- The RAPID method Paul developed for creating clarity in teams- How Paul uses this in day-to-day lifeas a senior consulting partner- The power of thinking of organisations in terms of 'Decision Architectures'- The surprising (at least to me!) progressive management culture at Bain- How he helps clients work through tensions in making decisionsLinksOriginal HBR paperBain & Company

62 MIN2 d ago
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#86 Who Has the D? - with Paul Rogers

#85 The Inflamed Mind - with Ed Bullmore

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/Early in his career, Professor Edward Bullmore, Head of Psychiatry, suffered an infected tooth. During his recovery, Edward felt uncharacteristically depressed. Was he down just because he was dwelling on the misfortune of his sore tooth? Or perhaps - perhaps he was depressed as a direct result of his physical infection. Was his depression actually emerging in his body as it fought the contamination? His idea was heresy within his medical community. As Descartes taught us, the mind is the mind, and the body is the body.In this episode with Professor Bullmore, now Head of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge, we talk:- The mechanics of how inflammation can cause depression- Why the drugs industry has stalled on new mental drugs - The exciting potential for a new class of mental health drugs - Losing the distinction of 'mental' health. Is it just health?Links: The Inflamed Mind

65 MIN1 w ago
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#85 The Inflamed Mind - with Ed Bullmore

#84 Reboot The Future - with Kim Polman

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/We're at the forefront of three societal waves: environmental degradation, rising inequality and human isolation.Kim Polman is out to make a change.At a fringe meeting at Davos in 2016, she launched a book of essays. On a snowy hill of hard-headed global capitalists, she spoke of heart-based connection, caring for the environment, and yes, spirituality. It caused a sensation. It started a movement. Kim's message is simple. Jesus, the Buddha and the great sages shared the same idea. The Golden Rule: treat others as you would wish to be treated.In this episode, we talk:- How to apply the Golden Rule in practice- The metaphor of the caterpillar's imaginal cells- How her playing the cello helped her parent her sons- The tale of a 40-hour-week success story in Silicon Valley- Why connecting to ourselves is at the core of global transformationEnjoy!Links: https://www.rebootthefuture.org/

69 MIN2 w ago
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#84 Reboot The Future - with Kim Polman

#83 AI and the HR Department - with Devyani Vaishampayan

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I talk to HR Director-turned-investor Devyani Vaishampayan. Devyani has created a role for herself at the forefront of AI innovation in the HR sector. Her investment arm funds HR tech start-ups while she helps corporations test new ideas with her incubator programme.In this illuminating conversation, we talk:- The five ways in which AI is impacting businesses - How AI can help organisations become more human-friendly - The new leadership required in the Age of Transformation- How AI is improving the hiring process - What she looks for in start-upsEnjoy!Links: https://hrtechpartnership.com/

36 MIN3 w ago
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#83 AI and the HR Department - with Devyani Vaishampayan

#82 Obo: Connecting Humans - with Dev Tandon

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I speak with ex-McKinsey consultant-turned business revolutionary Dev Tandon.How would the Buddha run a business? What if the workplace was organised purely around human connection?These are some of the questions Dev seeks to explore with the 'Obo' movement. With no money, he has already inspired a team to help him build a brand, write a book and design the movement's first products.We talk:- His moment of inspiration while meditating on a flight to Mexico- Starting meetings with silence - The broader human project to build 'awakened' systems for business- His radical approach for hiring- Why putting money to one side has it chasing usEnjoy!Links:Join Obo: https://obomovement.org/References:Reinventing Organisations, Frederick Laloux: https://amzn.to/2BiZJRLThese are some of the questions Dev seeks to explore with the 'Obo' movement. With no money, he has already inspired a team to help him build a brand, write a book and design Obo’s first products.

64 MINOCT 18
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#82 Obo: Connecting Humans - with Dev Tandon

#81 Psychological Safety at Work - with Amy C. Edmondson

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I talk with Harvard Leadership Professor Amy C. Edmondson. She's the author of The Fearless Organisation and world-renowned for her pioneering work on the link between psychological safety and team performance.I’m delighted that I got to speak with Amy. She is, undoubtedly, one of the management thinkers today having the greatest impact on the workplace culture conversation.We talk:- How she first discovered the link between performance and psychological safety- The parallels between psychological safety and free speech- Why psychological safety doesn't happen easily and must be cultivated- The recent furore of Google firing James Damore for sharing his views- Where to start with building psychological safety in your teamsLinks:The Fearless Organization: https://amzn.to/2nxF3lO

47 MINOCT 11
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#81 Psychological Safety at Work - with Amy C. Edmondson

#80 The Human Business Paradigm - with Dr. Thomas Juli

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/Free climber, tango marathon dancer, Davos regular, Dr. Thomas Juli is also an author and a Human Business Architect. Previous guest, Peter Stevensintroduced me to Dr. Julias someone shaking up business thinking. I'm delighted that he did! We talk:- How the 'Human Business Paradigm' is upending our workplace sacred cows- His move from being a Programme Manager to rejecting traditional planning- Why delighting each other may become the new mission for Business- Why our planning questions matter- How mindfulness doesn't have to involve cushionsEnjoy!Links:Dr. Juli's consulting business: motivate2b.comDr. Juli's LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-thomas-juli-799338/

50 MINOCT 4
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#80 The Human Business Paradigm - with Dr. Thomas Juli

#79 Planning for Everything - with Peter Morville

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I talk with Peter Morville. I first got to know Peter's work through his 2014 book Intertwingled, which beautifully illustrated the complexity of our world and how we shape the information around us as it shapes us. In this episode, we explore his latest book 'Planning for Everything' in which he makes the case that we should be consciously designing how we plan depending on our context.We talk:- His STARFINDER framework for planning- His dream for Sentient Sanctuary, a place for healing for animals and people- How his voluntary work has shaped in thinking- His plan for Part 3 of his life- How he was inspired General McChrystal's approach for defeating the TalibanEnjoy!Links:https://intertwingled.org/https://semanticstudios.com/

80 MINSEP 27
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#79 Planning for Everything - with Peter Morville

#78 Personal Agility - with Peter Stevens

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I talk with Peter Stevens. In 2016, in experimenting with his wife, Peter created the Personal Agility system for applying Agile principles to manage his personal life. It worked. He since taking his concept around the world with workshops, Meet Ups and a forthcoming book.We talk:- The genesis of the Personal Agility system- His wife's role as Celebration Coach- The powerful questions that help him achieve what's important- How the system has changed people's lives- Why this approach should be at the heart of all Agile TransformationsWe're delighted to have secured a discount for BeingHuman listeners. For a 25% discount on any of Peter's books, enter promo code 'beinghuman' for any of the following products:Personal Agility bookTen Contracts bookPersonal Agility starter kitEnjoy!Links:https://saat-network.ch/https://personalagilityinstitute.org/

48 MINSEP 20
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#78 Personal Agility - with Peter Stevens

#77 The Future of Work - with Neil Miller

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I speak with fellow podcaster and writer on the future of work, Neil Miller. In a broad-ranging and provocative discussion, we talk:- The new skills and attitude of a human leader- How to get a grip of our work lives to make time to be creative- Neil's take on a legacy of white supremacy in the workplace- How AI and automation will and will not take our jobsEnjoy!Links:https://workminus.com/

46 MINSEP 13
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#77 The Future of Work - with Neil Miller

Latest Episodes

#86 Who Has the D? - with Paul Rogers

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In 2006, our guest this week, Paul Rogers, got a paper published in the Harvard Business Review titled "Who Has the D?"Over ten years later, the simple ideas in that paper continue to inspire. In a world of complex workflows and team dynamics, asking the question "Who Has the D?" can provide great clarity.In this episode, recorded at the Umbrella Rooms in London, we talk:- The RAPID method Paul developed for creating clarity in teams- How Paul uses this in day-to-day lifeas a senior consulting partner- The power of thinking of organisations in terms of 'Decision Architectures'- The surprising (at least to me!) progressive management culture at Bain- How he helps clients work through tensions in making decisionsLinksOriginal HBR paperBain & Company

62 MIN2 d ago
Comments
#86 Who Has the D? - with Paul Rogers

#85 The Inflamed Mind - with Ed Bullmore

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/Early in his career, Professor Edward Bullmore, Head of Psychiatry, suffered an infected tooth. During his recovery, Edward felt uncharacteristically depressed. Was he down just because he was dwelling on the misfortune of his sore tooth? Or perhaps - perhaps he was depressed as a direct result of his physical infection. Was his depression actually emerging in his body as it fought the contamination? His idea was heresy within his medical community. As Descartes taught us, the mind is the mind, and the body is the body.In this episode with Professor Bullmore, now Head of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge, we talk:- The mechanics of how inflammation can cause depression- Why the drugs industry has stalled on new mental drugs - The exciting potential for a new class of mental health drugs - Losing the distinction of 'mental' health. Is it just health?Links: The Inflamed Mind

65 MIN1 w ago
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#85 The Inflamed Mind - with Ed Bullmore

#84 Reboot The Future - with Kim Polman

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/We're at the forefront of three societal waves: environmental degradation, rising inequality and human isolation.Kim Polman is out to make a change.At a fringe meeting at Davos in 2016, she launched a book of essays. On a snowy hill of hard-headed global capitalists, she spoke of heart-based connection, caring for the environment, and yes, spirituality. It caused a sensation. It started a movement. Kim's message is simple. Jesus, the Buddha and the great sages shared the same idea. The Golden Rule: treat others as you would wish to be treated.In this episode, we talk:- How to apply the Golden Rule in practice- The metaphor of the caterpillar's imaginal cells- How her playing the cello helped her parent her sons- The tale of a 40-hour-week success story in Silicon Valley- Why connecting to ourselves is at the core of global transformationEnjoy!Links: https://www.rebootthefuture.org/

69 MIN2 w ago
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#84 Reboot The Future - with Kim Polman

#83 AI and the HR Department - with Devyani Vaishampayan

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I talk to HR Director-turned-investor Devyani Vaishampayan. Devyani has created a role for herself at the forefront of AI innovation in the HR sector. Her investment arm funds HR tech start-ups while she helps corporations test new ideas with her incubator programme.In this illuminating conversation, we talk:- The five ways in which AI is impacting businesses - How AI can help organisations become more human-friendly - The new leadership required in the Age of Transformation- How AI is improving the hiring process - What she looks for in start-upsEnjoy!Links: https://hrtechpartnership.com/

36 MIN3 w ago
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#83 AI and the HR Department - with Devyani Vaishampayan

#82 Obo: Connecting Humans - with Dev Tandon

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I speak with ex-McKinsey consultant-turned business revolutionary Dev Tandon.How would the Buddha run a business? What if the workplace was organised purely around human connection?These are some of the questions Dev seeks to explore with the 'Obo' movement. With no money, he has already inspired a team to help him build a brand, write a book and design the movement's first products.We talk:- His moment of inspiration while meditating on a flight to Mexico- Starting meetings with silence - The broader human project to build 'awakened' systems for business- His radical approach for hiring- Why putting money to one side has it chasing usEnjoy!Links:Join Obo: https://obomovement.org/References:Reinventing Organisations, Frederick Laloux: https://amzn.to/2BiZJRLThese are some of the questions Dev seeks to explore with the 'Obo' movement. With no money, he has already inspired a team to help him build a brand, write a book and design Obo’s first products.

64 MINOCT 18
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#82 Obo: Connecting Humans - with Dev Tandon

#81 Psychological Safety at Work - with Amy C. Edmondson

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I talk with Harvard Leadership Professor Amy C. Edmondson. She's the author of The Fearless Organisation and world-renowned for her pioneering work on the link between psychological safety and team performance.I’m delighted that I got to speak with Amy. She is, undoubtedly, one of the management thinkers today having the greatest impact on the workplace culture conversation.We talk:- How she first discovered the link between performance and psychological safety- The parallels between psychological safety and free speech- Why psychological safety doesn't happen easily and must be cultivated- The recent furore of Google firing James Damore for sharing his views- Where to start with building psychological safety in your teamsLinks:The Fearless Organization: https://amzn.to/2nxF3lO

47 MINOCT 11
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#81 Psychological Safety at Work - with Amy C. Edmondson

#80 The Human Business Paradigm - with Dr. Thomas Juli

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/Free climber, tango marathon dancer, Davos regular, Dr. Thomas Juli is also an author and a Human Business Architect. Previous guest, Peter Stevensintroduced me to Dr. Julias someone shaking up business thinking. I'm delighted that he did! We talk:- How the 'Human Business Paradigm' is upending our workplace sacred cows- His move from being a Programme Manager to rejecting traditional planning- Why delighting each other may become the new mission for Business- Why our planning questions matter- How mindfulness doesn't have to involve cushionsEnjoy!Links:Dr. Juli's consulting business: motivate2b.comDr. Juli's LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-thomas-juli-799338/

50 MINOCT 4
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#80 The Human Business Paradigm - with Dr. Thomas Juli

#79 Planning for Everything - with Peter Morville

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I talk with Peter Morville. I first got to know Peter's work through his 2014 book Intertwingled, which beautifully illustrated the complexity of our world and how we shape the information around us as it shapes us. In this episode, we explore his latest book 'Planning for Everything' in which he makes the case that we should be consciously designing how we plan depending on our context.We talk:- His STARFINDER framework for planning- His dream for Sentient Sanctuary, a place for healing for animals and people- How his voluntary work has shaped in thinking- His plan for Part 3 of his life- How he was inspired General McChrystal's approach for defeating the TalibanEnjoy!Links:https://intertwingled.org/https://semanticstudios.com/

80 MINSEP 27
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#79 Planning for Everything - with Peter Morville

#78 Personal Agility - with Peter Stevens

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I talk with Peter Stevens. In 2016, in experimenting with his wife, Peter created the Personal Agility system for applying Agile principles to manage his personal life. It worked. He since taking his concept around the world with workshops, Meet Ups and a forthcoming book.We talk:- The genesis of the Personal Agility system- His wife's role as Celebration Coach- The powerful questions that help him achieve what's important- How the system has changed people's lives- Why this approach should be at the heart of all Agile TransformationsWe're delighted to have secured a discount for BeingHuman listeners. For a 25% discount on any of Peter's books, enter promo code 'beinghuman' for any of the following products:Personal Agility bookTen Contracts bookPersonal Agility starter kitEnjoy!Links:https://saat-network.ch/https://personalagilityinstitute.org/

48 MINSEP 20
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#78 Personal Agility - with Peter Stevens

#77 The Future of Work - with Neil Miller

> Sign Up For Our Newsletter:http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/In this episode, I speak with fellow podcaster and writer on the future of work, Neil Miller. In a broad-ranging and provocative discussion, we talk:- The new skills and attitude of a human leader- How to get a grip of our work lives to make time to be creative- Neil's take on a legacy of white supremacy in the workplace- How AI and automation will and will not take our jobsEnjoy!Links:https://workminus.com/

46 MINSEP 13
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#77 The Future of Work - with Neil Miller
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