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Kicking Boxes Podcast|Become a Better Leader with Disruptive Leadership Lessons|Interviews with Thought Leaders Who are Disrupting the Status Quo in Business and Industry to Make the World a Better Place

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Kicking Boxes Podcast|Become a Better Leader with Disruptive Leadership Lessons|Interviews with Thought Leaders Who are Disrupting the Status Quo in Business and Industry to Make the World a Better Place

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On the Kicking Boxes Podcast, Randy Cadieux from V-Speed, LLC interviews leaders from around the globe who are using their experience, expertise and education to disrupt the status quo in business and industry. Thought leaders are interviewed about disruptive leadership to find out how they are working to change key areas in various industries. Critical subjects that underpin Operational Excellence are explored, including reliability, safety, quality, organizational learning and many other areas. “Kicking Boxes” means getting out into the field, on the production floor, or wherever real work gets done so leaders can “kick the boxes” (a metaphor for getting rid of the barriers between leaders and their teams so they can really engage with the workforce to learn how to make their organizations more effective and efficient). If you are looking for ACTIONABLE information and detailed stories about how guests are using disruptive leadership to change the status quo, the Kicking Podcast is for you. Guests are asked to share their real stories about disruptive leadership, what inspired them to start their quests, and what areas they think need the most disruption in business or industry. Subjects of leadership, safety, safety leadership, high-reliability organizations, human performance, Crew Resource Management, risk management, business innovation, system design, and many other areas are discussed to help you become a better leader using REAL, EFFECTIVE techniques. Come on and join the “V-Speed Squadron” (our community of listeners) and let’s get ready to kick some boxes!

Latest Episodes

Episode 27-Matthieu Branlat

Episode 27-Matthieu Branlat, Resilience Engineering. Biography: Matthieu Branlat is a Senior Scientist at SINTEF ICT in Trondheim, Norway. He obtained a PhD in Cognitive Systems Engineering from the Ohio State University in 2011. His research explores ways to contribute to the knowledge and improvement of socio-technical systems, particularly in high-risk environments. Themes of investigation include resilience engineering and system safety, decision-making, collaborative work, cross-cultural competences and the design of technology to support human operations. Recent and on-going projects are conducted in domains such as crisis response; air traffic management; military operations; intelligence analysis and cyber security; medical care and patient safety. Book recommendations: Resilience Engineering: Concepts and Precepts by David Woods, Erik Hollnagel and Nancy Leveson Resilience-Engineering in Practice: A Guidebook by Erik Hollnagel, Jean Paries, David Woods, and John Wreathall S...

39 MIN2017 SEP 28
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Episode 27-Matthieu Branlat

Episode 26-Leadership and High Reliability with Marc Rounsaville

Biographic Sketch, Marc Rounsaville Rounsaville is currently one of the principles and a Senior Advisor for O4R Organizing for Resilience as well as the managing director of Bluejack Consulting. These firms specialize in leadership development, risk management and executive coaching. Clients from petroleum, banking, healthcare and emergency management industries seek out the technology and skills of these two companies. Both organizations serve individuals, organizations and governments with education, coaching, mentoring, professional leadership development, advanced emergency management and principles-based thinking. The diverse clients served include, US Forest Service, Dialogos International, Hospital Performance Improvement, Corsican Fire Department, Statoil, TOTAL, European Organization for Security and the Norwegian Oil and Gas Board. Prior experience includes; Special Assistant for Continuous Improvement and Risk Management, Deputy Director -- Operations US Forest Service Fi...

40 MIN2017 FEB 8
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Episode 26-Leadership and High Reliability with Marc Rounsaville

Episode 25-Moving Away from Blame and Towards Organizational Learning with Jason Hand of VictorOps

Overview: Jason Hand and I discuss the importance of moving away from a blame-oriented culture and towards a learning culture. Jason talks about the importance of understanding how cognitive biases influence decision-making and the need to understand this when conducting post mortems. Jason talks about balancing efficiency and thoroughness, and the importance of using blame-free post mortems as a means for learning. While Jason comes from a tech world, this talk has application to a variety of sectors, including high-risk industrial work. Jason Hand’s Biography: DevOps Evangelist at VictorOps, organizer of DevOpsDays - Rockies, author of the books O’Reilly’s “ChatOps: Managing Operations from Group Chat" as well as "ChatOps for Dummies”. Jason is a co-host of “Community Pulse” (a podcast on building community in tech), and organizer of a number of DevOps related events in the Denver/Boulder area. A frequent speaker at DevOps events around the country, Jason enjoys talking to ...

48 MIN2016 OCT 19
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Episode 25-Moving Away from Blame and Towards Organizational Learning with Jason Hand of VictorOps

Episode 24-Leadership, Safety and Quality in the Wireless Industry with Todd Schlekeway

Overview: Todd Schlekeway is the Executive Director of the National Association of Tower Erectors. In this episode we talk about what it takes to lead a trade association dedicated to quality and safety in what has traditionally been a high-risk industry. Todd shares his experiences in sports, legislature and trade association leadership and how he works to bring people together for a set of common goals in an extremely important industry. Todd Schlekeway’s Biography: Todd became the Executive Director of the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) in June of 2012. As Executive Director of NATE, Todd provides overall leadership and vision working in concert with the Association’s staff, Board of Directors, volunteer Standing Committees and approximately 780 member companies. Prior to joining NATE, Todd worked for seven years as the founder and principal of a public affairs and communications firm called Full Court Strategies Group, LLC. Todd also has extensive policy experie...

33 MIN2016 OCT 14
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Episode 24-Leadership, Safety and Quality in the Wireless Industry with Todd Schlekeway

Episode 23-Human Performance Tools for Reducing Biases and Improving Operations and Safety Performance with Mike Quashne of PPL

Overview: Mike Quashne is the Manager of Experience Assessment for PPL. In this episode we discuss Human Performance and how Human Performance tools may be used to help reduce biases and to help improve safety and operational performance. Mike Quashne’s Biography: Mike Quashne is a US Air Force Academy graduate and spent 7 years in the US Air Force as a personnel officer and project manager. After leaving the Air Force he came to PPL Electric Utilities in the Transmission Project Management department, and recently took over as the Manager of Experience Assessment. The team is responsible for their Corrective Action Program, which includes incident investigations and data tracking, and the human performance program, which is designed to prevent incidents by bringing attention to common, often unconscious, mental errors. Show Notes: Mike likens Human Performance to a “life hack” to help people to understand their unconscious decisions to help with recognizing where those may be pu...

35 MIN2016 OCT 6
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Episode 23-Human Performance Tools for Reducing Biases and Improving Operations and Safety Performance with Mike Quashne of PPL

Episode 22-V-Speed Academy Leadership Lesson 3: Adaptability, Adaptive Capacity and Resilience

In this episode V-Speed's founder discusses the concepts of adaptability as a critical skill, adaptive capacity and safety margin, and resilience.

10 MIN2016 OCT 1
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Episode 22-V-Speed Academy Leadership Lesson 3: Adaptability, Adaptive Capacity and Resilience

Episode 21-Disrupting Perceptions Around Human Error and Reducing Normalized Deviance with Gareth Lock

Overview: In this episode Gareth Lock and I talk about human factors and the importance of creating a team based environment and culture that supports open and honest feedback for safety and organizational improvement. Gareth talks about his efforts to improve safety in recreational diving as well. Gareth Lock Biography: Gareth is passionate about improving personal performance, taking lessons-learned from 25 years in the Royal Air Force as a C-130 navigator, instructor, military advisor to the research community and a requirements manager into different domains. His main area of focus at the moment is bringing human factors knowledge and non-technical skills or crew resource management training into recreational and technical diving, a sport with an inherent and irreducible risk. He is currently undertaking a part-time PhD examining the role of Human Factors in Diving incidents and accidents, and has recently launched two courses teaching human factors skills and knowledge to diver...

37 MIN2016 SEP 23
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Episode 21-Disrupting Perceptions Around Human Error and Reducing Normalized Deviance with Gareth Lock

Episode 20-Intelex Webinar On Sustainable Performance-Audio Rebroadcast of Ron Gantt and Randy Cadieux

This is the audio rebroadcast of an Intelex Community Webinar where Randy Cadieux and Ron Gantt discussed sustainable organizational performance and new ways to think about how safety practitioners may help organizations achieve production and safety goals in the long run. You can learn more about the Intelex Community at: community.intelex.com Keywords: Disruptive leadership podcast, safety podcast, leadership podcast, safety innovation podcast, reliability, reliability leadership, high-reliability organizations podcast, HRO podcast,resilience engineering, adaptive capacity

48 MIN2016 SEP 16
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Episode 20-Intelex Webinar On Sustainable Performance-Audio Rebroadcast of Ron Gantt and Randy Cadieux

Episode 19-Disrupting Perceptions Around the Importance of Ergonomics and Its Relationship to Organizational Performance with Bryan Fass

Overview: Bryan Fass is the President and Founder of Fit Responder, whose mission is to improve Employer Financial Wellness and Employee Physical Wellness. Their tagline is Every Lift Counts. In this episode we talk about changing the paradigm of ergonomics, fitness and wellness for organizational improvement and how Bryan is working to disrupt the status quo regarding how teams and leaders view ergonomics and fitness, and their relationship to organizational performance. Bryan Fass Biography: Bryan has dedicated the past 10 years to changing the culture of Fire-EMS, Public Works and Industry from one of pain, injury and disease to one of ergonomic excellence and employee wellness. Bryan has leveraged his 15-year career in Sports medicine, Athletic Training, Spine Rehabilitation, Strength & Conditioning and as a Paramedic to become the expert on pre-hospital patient handling/equipment handling, fire-EMS Fitness & industrial athletics. His company, Fit Responder, works nationally wit...

30 MIN2016 SEP 8
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Episode 19-Disrupting Perceptions Around the Importance of Ergonomics and Its Relationship to Organizational Performance with Bryan Fass

Episode 18-Reliability Leadership with Terrance O’Hanlon

Overview: In this episode Terrance O’Hanlon and I talk about reliability, safety and operational excellence. We dive deep into leadership and talk about how if leaders really want to be excellent at their jobs they need to get better at asking questions and listening. Terrance gives some excellent advice for leaders and for helping their workers to understand the value in their work. Terrance’s Bio: Terrence O'Hanlon, CMRP is the Publisher of Reliabilityweb.com, RELIABILITY Magazine and Uptime Magazine. He is certified in Asset Management by the Institute of Asset Management and is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional by SMRP. Terrence is the acting Executive Director of the Association of Asset Management Professionals (AMP). He is the executive editor and Publisher of the 5th Edition of the Asset Management Handbook. Terrence is also a voting member of the US TAG (PC251) for ISO 55000 - ASTM E53 Asset Management Standards Committee. More recently Mr. O’Hanlon has ...

40 MIN2016 AUG 31
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Episode 18-Reliability Leadership with Terrance O’Hanlon

Latest Episodes

Episode 27-Matthieu Branlat

Episode 27-Matthieu Branlat, Resilience Engineering. Biography: Matthieu Branlat is a Senior Scientist at SINTEF ICT in Trondheim, Norway. He obtained a PhD in Cognitive Systems Engineering from the Ohio State University in 2011. His research explores ways to contribute to the knowledge and improvement of socio-technical systems, particularly in high-risk environments. Themes of investigation include resilience engineering and system safety, decision-making, collaborative work, cross-cultural competences and the design of technology to support human operations. Recent and on-going projects are conducted in domains such as crisis response; air traffic management; military operations; intelligence analysis and cyber security; medical care and patient safety. Book recommendations: Resilience Engineering: Concepts and Precepts by David Woods, Erik Hollnagel and Nancy Leveson Resilience-Engineering in Practice: A Guidebook by Erik Hollnagel, Jean Paries, David Woods, and John Wreathall S...

39 MIN2017 SEP 28
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Episode 27-Matthieu Branlat

Episode 26-Leadership and High Reliability with Marc Rounsaville

Biographic Sketch, Marc Rounsaville Rounsaville is currently one of the principles and a Senior Advisor for O4R Organizing for Resilience as well as the managing director of Bluejack Consulting. These firms specialize in leadership development, risk management and executive coaching. Clients from petroleum, banking, healthcare and emergency management industries seek out the technology and skills of these two companies. Both organizations serve individuals, organizations and governments with education, coaching, mentoring, professional leadership development, advanced emergency management and principles-based thinking. The diverse clients served include, US Forest Service, Dialogos International, Hospital Performance Improvement, Corsican Fire Department, Statoil, TOTAL, European Organization for Security and the Norwegian Oil and Gas Board. Prior experience includes; Special Assistant for Continuous Improvement and Risk Management, Deputy Director -- Operations US Forest Service Fi...

40 MIN2017 FEB 8
Comments
Episode 26-Leadership and High Reliability with Marc Rounsaville

Episode 25-Moving Away from Blame and Towards Organizational Learning with Jason Hand of VictorOps

Overview: Jason Hand and I discuss the importance of moving away from a blame-oriented culture and towards a learning culture. Jason talks about the importance of understanding how cognitive biases influence decision-making and the need to understand this when conducting post mortems. Jason talks about balancing efficiency and thoroughness, and the importance of using blame-free post mortems as a means for learning. While Jason comes from a tech world, this talk has application to a variety of sectors, including high-risk industrial work. Jason Hand’s Biography: DevOps Evangelist at VictorOps, organizer of DevOpsDays - Rockies, author of the books O’Reilly’s “ChatOps: Managing Operations from Group Chat" as well as "ChatOps for Dummies”. Jason is a co-host of “Community Pulse” (a podcast on building community in tech), and organizer of a number of DevOps related events in the Denver/Boulder area. A frequent speaker at DevOps events around the country, Jason enjoys talking to ...

48 MIN2016 OCT 19
Comments
Episode 25-Moving Away from Blame and Towards Organizational Learning with Jason Hand of VictorOps

Episode 24-Leadership, Safety and Quality in the Wireless Industry with Todd Schlekeway

Overview: Todd Schlekeway is the Executive Director of the National Association of Tower Erectors. In this episode we talk about what it takes to lead a trade association dedicated to quality and safety in what has traditionally been a high-risk industry. Todd shares his experiences in sports, legislature and trade association leadership and how he works to bring people together for a set of common goals in an extremely important industry. Todd Schlekeway’s Biography: Todd became the Executive Director of the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) in June of 2012. As Executive Director of NATE, Todd provides overall leadership and vision working in concert with the Association’s staff, Board of Directors, volunteer Standing Committees and approximately 780 member companies. Prior to joining NATE, Todd worked for seven years as the founder and principal of a public affairs and communications firm called Full Court Strategies Group, LLC. Todd also has extensive policy experie...

33 MIN2016 OCT 14
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Episode 24-Leadership, Safety and Quality in the Wireless Industry with Todd Schlekeway

Episode 23-Human Performance Tools for Reducing Biases and Improving Operations and Safety Performance with Mike Quashne of PPL

Overview: Mike Quashne is the Manager of Experience Assessment for PPL. In this episode we discuss Human Performance and how Human Performance tools may be used to help reduce biases and to help improve safety and operational performance. Mike Quashne’s Biography: Mike Quashne is a US Air Force Academy graduate and spent 7 years in the US Air Force as a personnel officer and project manager. After leaving the Air Force he came to PPL Electric Utilities in the Transmission Project Management department, and recently took over as the Manager of Experience Assessment. The team is responsible for their Corrective Action Program, which includes incident investigations and data tracking, and the human performance program, which is designed to prevent incidents by bringing attention to common, often unconscious, mental errors. Show Notes: Mike likens Human Performance to a “life hack” to help people to understand their unconscious decisions to help with recognizing where those may be pu...

35 MIN2016 OCT 6
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Episode 23-Human Performance Tools for Reducing Biases and Improving Operations and Safety Performance with Mike Quashne of PPL

Episode 22-V-Speed Academy Leadership Lesson 3: Adaptability, Adaptive Capacity and Resilience

In this episode V-Speed's founder discusses the concepts of adaptability as a critical skill, adaptive capacity and safety margin, and resilience.

10 MIN2016 OCT 1
Comments
Episode 22-V-Speed Academy Leadership Lesson 3: Adaptability, Adaptive Capacity and Resilience

Episode 21-Disrupting Perceptions Around Human Error and Reducing Normalized Deviance with Gareth Lock

Overview: In this episode Gareth Lock and I talk about human factors and the importance of creating a team based environment and culture that supports open and honest feedback for safety and organizational improvement. Gareth talks about his efforts to improve safety in recreational diving as well. Gareth Lock Biography: Gareth is passionate about improving personal performance, taking lessons-learned from 25 years in the Royal Air Force as a C-130 navigator, instructor, military advisor to the research community and a requirements manager into different domains. His main area of focus at the moment is bringing human factors knowledge and non-technical skills or crew resource management training into recreational and technical diving, a sport with an inherent and irreducible risk. He is currently undertaking a part-time PhD examining the role of Human Factors in Diving incidents and accidents, and has recently launched two courses teaching human factors skills and knowledge to diver...

37 MIN2016 SEP 23
Comments
Episode 21-Disrupting Perceptions Around Human Error and Reducing Normalized Deviance with Gareth Lock

Episode 20-Intelex Webinar On Sustainable Performance-Audio Rebroadcast of Ron Gantt and Randy Cadieux

This is the audio rebroadcast of an Intelex Community Webinar where Randy Cadieux and Ron Gantt discussed sustainable organizational performance and new ways to think about how safety practitioners may help organizations achieve production and safety goals in the long run. You can learn more about the Intelex Community at: community.intelex.com Keywords: Disruptive leadership podcast, safety podcast, leadership podcast, safety innovation podcast, reliability, reliability leadership, high-reliability organizations podcast, HRO podcast,resilience engineering, adaptive capacity

48 MIN2016 SEP 16
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Episode 20-Intelex Webinar On Sustainable Performance-Audio Rebroadcast of Ron Gantt and Randy Cadieux

Episode 19-Disrupting Perceptions Around the Importance of Ergonomics and Its Relationship to Organizational Performance with Bryan Fass

Overview: Bryan Fass is the President and Founder of Fit Responder, whose mission is to improve Employer Financial Wellness and Employee Physical Wellness. Their tagline is Every Lift Counts. In this episode we talk about changing the paradigm of ergonomics, fitness and wellness for organizational improvement and how Bryan is working to disrupt the status quo regarding how teams and leaders view ergonomics and fitness, and their relationship to organizational performance. Bryan Fass Biography: Bryan has dedicated the past 10 years to changing the culture of Fire-EMS, Public Works and Industry from one of pain, injury and disease to one of ergonomic excellence and employee wellness. Bryan has leveraged his 15-year career in Sports medicine, Athletic Training, Spine Rehabilitation, Strength & Conditioning and as a Paramedic to become the expert on pre-hospital patient handling/equipment handling, fire-EMS Fitness & industrial athletics. His company, Fit Responder, works nationally wit...

30 MIN2016 SEP 8
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Episode 19-Disrupting Perceptions Around the Importance of Ergonomics and Its Relationship to Organizational Performance with Bryan Fass

Episode 18-Reliability Leadership with Terrance O’Hanlon

Overview: In this episode Terrance O’Hanlon and I talk about reliability, safety and operational excellence. We dive deep into leadership and talk about how if leaders really want to be excellent at their jobs they need to get better at asking questions and listening. Terrance gives some excellent advice for leaders and for helping their workers to understand the value in their work. Terrance’s Bio: Terrence O'Hanlon, CMRP is the Publisher of Reliabilityweb.com, RELIABILITY Magazine and Uptime Magazine. He is certified in Asset Management by the Institute of Asset Management and is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional by SMRP. Terrence is the acting Executive Director of the Association of Asset Management Professionals (AMP). He is the executive editor and Publisher of the 5th Edition of the Asset Management Handbook. Terrence is also a voting member of the US TAG (PC251) for ISO 55000 - ASTM E53 Asset Management Standards Committee. More recently Mr. O’Hanlon has ...

40 MIN2016 AUG 31
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Episode 18-Reliability Leadership with Terrance O’Hanlon
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