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Be Human Project exists to embolden leaders to experiment with making their businesses and organizations more human.

Latest Episodes

Memento Mori (Ep. 10)

Listen to this episode if: You have had an idea that took you out of your comfort zone or if you have ever wanted to inspire people in your organization to first seek what is possible before deciding what is probable. Short Description: The entrepreneurial journey of Attilio D’Agostino. What is possible for a human life if you knew that today could be your last. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Balloons Rising, Cayon by AA Aalto Night Owl, Something Elated by Night Owl Smoke by Rafael Archangel

48 min2019 OCT 22
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Memento Mori (Ep. 10)

How to Build a Space for Humans (Ep.9)

Listen to this episode if: You are trying to lead people through change and want your solution to be the most long-lasting. Short Description: Ken Crabiel and Cindy Bambini, two humans from Cannon Design, share with us what inspired them to dig deeper into the needs of the communities they serve. They also offer a methodology for how to go about using something like space or the built environment as a canvas for a larger discussion about what humans really need.

24 min2019 APR 3
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How to Build a Space for Humans (Ep.9)

Laurence Hillman and Richard Olivier: The Human Language for Leadership (Ep. 8)

Listen to this episode if: You are expecting an increase in creativity and cognitive flexibility in yourself and those you lead. Short Description: Through dramatic characters and archetypes, Richard Olivier and Laurence Hillman have designed a scaffolding for describing the parts of human cognition that are harder to define. They are not tangible or always visible - kind of like values - and yet they are alive within us. And contemporary leaders facing complex challenges and accelerating change must harness this part of human cognition to be effective.

25 min2019 MAR 15
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Laurence Hillman and Richard Olivier: The Human Language for Leadership (Ep. 8)

Cy Wakeman: Don’t Bring Your Whole Self to Work (Ep. 7)

Listen to this episode if: You are exhausted at trying to implement “best practices” for making your business more human, and you want to get rid of the drama. If you are someone who has had a leadership role, you may have become frustrated with top-down approaches to making change happen in your organization. There are a lot of measures we take from a human resources perspective to get buy-in, to make concessions and to make systems optimized for human beings. And it is in that context that Cy Wakeman’s point of view becomes compelling: What if instead of working to orchestrate the perfect circumstances for everyone, we challenge one another to show up as our higher selves? What if, the next time you faced a challenge, you would not shake your fist toward the sky at the fates? What if, instead, you entreated your team to ask: What would great look like? This episode outlines the basis of Cy’s ideas. You can prepare to be challenged and have many of your preconceived notions on ...

32 min2018 DEC 18
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Cy Wakeman: Don’t Bring Your Whole Self to Work (Ep. 7)

Scott Ginsberg: The Boldness to Reinvent (Ep. 6)

Listen to this episode if: You are looking to offer a playful way to reinvent yourself or others. Short Description: Scott Ginsberg may be the only person who never needs an introduction. That is because, for the past 20 years, he has worn a nametag. All the time. Yes, even then. It is tattooed on his body. That commitment inspired countless articles and books on what his life has been like. He has toured the world with speaking engagements and corporate retreats. He wrote a rock opera and produces his own albums. He has been featured in USAToday, 20/20, NPR and Entrepreneur Magazine. Almost all of this is possible because of his willingness to live with his name out there…for everyone. Boldly. That decision accelerated his life in ways that would otherwise be invisible. As the result of a silly decision he made as a college student, he has gathered an understanding of human beings that is as complex and layered as his artistic expression. He has tested out what it really means to ...

28 min2018 OCT 12
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Scott Ginsberg: The Boldness to Reinvent (Ep. 6)

Justin Woodard: Making the Invisible Visible (Ep. 5)

Listen to this episode if: You are working to connect deeper meaning and values to everyday activities of a group of humans. Short Description: Justin Woodard, CEO and president at Woodard Cleaning and Restoration, has taken a leadership approach that seeks to reveal what is most valued and unique about the humans that make up the Woodard network. As opposed to an authoritarian approach, Justin’s role within his organization focuses on creating an environment for emerging leadership. In this episode, you will hear ways that you can begin to experiment with ways to make the values of your organization more visible and how that process can add meaning to everyday employee and customer experiences. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons Feathersoft by Blue Dot Sessions, Creative Commons Heliotrope by Blue Dot Sessions, Creative Commons

26 min2018 SEP 13
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Justin Woodard: Making the Invisible Visible (Ep. 5)

Stacy & Kate: Women on the Rise (Ep. 4)

Listen to this episode if: You are working to intentionally create a diverse, driven and supportive workplace. Short Description: Stacy Taubman Since and Kate Wiegmann are the creative duo behind Rise Collaborative Workspace, a female-focused work community. Their approach to crafting a space where humans can be both outcome-driven and creatively supported has inspired the international media attention. This episode is a snapshot of their startup phase and their one-year anniversary. Anyone who hopes to create an equitable and achievement-oriented space will love this episode. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons Slow Down by Ryan Little, Creative Commons Persistence With Beat by Rafael Archangel, Public Domain

35 min2018 AUG 10
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Stacy & Kate: Women on the Rise (Ep. 4)

Shane Perrin: The Return of the Perrin/ Part 2 (Ep. 3)

Listen to this episode if: You have had to battle a daunting obstacle, and you want to see how a human could bounce back and create something even more profound in the world. Short Description: (Note: This is Part Two. Listen to Part One here.) After a life-threatening accident leaves Shane unable to take on a new open-water challenge, he begins to battle an alcohol-fueled depression. Feeling he has lost touch with what made him capable of inspiring himself and others, Shane seeks comfort in isolation and the warm glow of Netflix. Hear how he bounces back and how his transparency in being human creates an even more passionate following. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons Drifter by Rafael Archangel, Public Domain Deluge by RaCellophane Sam, Creative Commons

32 min2018 AUG 10
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Shane Perrin: The Return of the Perrin/ Part 2 (Ep. 3)

Shane Perrin: The Grit for Innovation / Part 1 (Ep. 2)

Listen to this episode if: You have tried to start something new. Something so different, you were laughed at. Short Description: Shane is a natural visionary within a sport call stand-up paddling. More than ten years ago, the sport was isolated to just a few folks on the coasts. But through his shear grit and determination, he has brought the sport to the Midwest. Anyone who has had the grit to grind out something new and anyone who has gone through the trials of creating a following for a vision will love this episode. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons Balloons Rising by A.A. Aalto, Creative Commons

26 min2018 AUG 10
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Shane Perrin: The Grit for Innovation / Part 1 (Ep. 2)

More Human Trailer

Announcing More Human, a new podcast from the Be Human Project for leaders who are working to make something new in the world. During every episode, host Jeremy Nulik will uncover the ways that you can experiment with how to make your business or organization…more human. Music Credits: Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons

3 min2018 AUG 2
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More Human Trailer

Latest Episodes

Memento Mori (Ep. 10)

Listen to this episode if: You have had an idea that took you out of your comfort zone or if you have ever wanted to inspire people in your organization to first seek what is possible before deciding what is probable. Short Description: The entrepreneurial journey of Attilio D’Agostino. What is possible for a human life if you knew that today could be your last. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Balloons Rising, Cayon by AA Aalto Night Owl, Something Elated by Night Owl Smoke by Rafael Archangel

48 min2019 OCT 22
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Memento Mori (Ep. 10)

How to Build a Space for Humans (Ep.9)

Listen to this episode if: You are trying to lead people through change and want your solution to be the most long-lasting. Short Description: Ken Crabiel and Cindy Bambini, two humans from Cannon Design, share with us what inspired them to dig deeper into the needs of the communities they serve. They also offer a methodology for how to go about using something like space or the built environment as a canvas for a larger discussion about what humans really need.

24 min2019 APR 3
Comments
How to Build a Space for Humans (Ep.9)

Laurence Hillman and Richard Olivier: The Human Language for Leadership (Ep. 8)

Listen to this episode if: You are expecting an increase in creativity and cognitive flexibility in yourself and those you lead. Short Description: Through dramatic characters and archetypes, Richard Olivier and Laurence Hillman have designed a scaffolding for describing the parts of human cognition that are harder to define. They are not tangible or always visible - kind of like values - and yet they are alive within us. And contemporary leaders facing complex challenges and accelerating change must harness this part of human cognition to be effective.

25 min2019 MAR 15
Comments
Laurence Hillman and Richard Olivier: The Human Language for Leadership (Ep. 8)

Cy Wakeman: Don’t Bring Your Whole Self to Work (Ep. 7)

Listen to this episode if: You are exhausted at trying to implement “best practices” for making your business more human, and you want to get rid of the drama. If you are someone who has had a leadership role, you may have become frustrated with top-down approaches to making change happen in your organization. There are a lot of measures we take from a human resources perspective to get buy-in, to make concessions and to make systems optimized for human beings. And it is in that context that Cy Wakeman’s point of view becomes compelling: What if instead of working to orchestrate the perfect circumstances for everyone, we challenge one another to show up as our higher selves? What if, the next time you faced a challenge, you would not shake your fist toward the sky at the fates? What if, instead, you entreated your team to ask: What would great look like? This episode outlines the basis of Cy’s ideas. You can prepare to be challenged and have many of your preconceived notions on ...

32 min2018 DEC 18
Comments
Cy Wakeman: Don’t Bring Your Whole Self to Work (Ep. 7)

Scott Ginsberg: The Boldness to Reinvent (Ep. 6)

Listen to this episode if: You are looking to offer a playful way to reinvent yourself or others. Short Description: Scott Ginsberg may be the only person who never needs an introduction. That is because, for the past 20 years, he has worn a nametag. All the time. Yes, even then. It is tattooed on his body. That commitment inspired countless articles and books on what his life has been like. He has toured the world with speaking engagements and corporate retreats. He wrote a rock opera and produces his own albums. He has been featured in USAToday, 20/20, NPR and Entrepreneur Magazine. Almost all of this is possible because of his willingness to live with his name out there…for everyone. Boldly. That decision accelerated his life in ways that would otherwise be invisible. As the result of a silly decision he made as a college student, he has gathered an understanding of human beings that is as complex and layered as his artistic expression. He has tested out what it really means to ...

28 min2018 OCT 12
Comments
Scott Ginsberg: The Boldness to Reinvent (Ep. 6)

Justin Woodard: Making the Invisible Visible (Ep. 5)

Listen to this episode if: You are working to connect deeper meaning and values to everyday activities of a group of humans. Short Description: Justin Woodard, CEO and president at Woodard Cleaning and Restoration, has taken a leadership approach that seeks to reveal what is most valued and unique about the humans that make up the Woodard network. As opposed to an authoritarian approach, Justin’s role within his organization focuses on creating an environment for emerging leadership. In this episode, you will hear ways that you can begin to experiment with ways to make the values of your organization more visible and how that process can add meaning to everyday employee and customer experiences. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons Feathersoft by Blue Dot Sessions, Creative Commons Heliotrope by Blue Dot Sessions, Creative Commons

26 min2018 SEP 13
Comments
Justin Woodard: Making the Invisible Visible (Ep. 5)

Stacy & Kate: Women on the Rise (Ep. 4)

Listen to this episode if: You are working to intentionally create a diverse, driven and supportive workplace. Short Description: Stacy Taubman Since and Kate Wiegmann are the creative duo behind Rise Collaborative Workspace, a female-focused work community. Their approach to crafting a space where humans can be both outcome-driven and creatively supported has inspired the international media attention. This episode is a snapshot of their startup phase and their one-year anniversary. Anyone who hopes to create an equitable and achievement-oriented space will love this episode. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons Slow Down by Ryan Little, Creative Commons Persistence With Beat by Rafael Archangel, Public Domain

35 min2018 AUG 10
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Stacy & Kate: Women on the Rise (Ep. 4)

Shane Perrin: The Return of the Perrin/ Part 2 (Ep. 3)

Listen to this episode if: You have had to battle a daunting obstacle, and you want to see how a human could bounce back and create something even more profound in the world. Short Description: (Note: This is Part Two. Listen to Part One here.) After a life-threatening accident leaves Shane unable to take on a new open-water challenge, he begins to battle an alcohol-fueled depression. Feeling he has lost touch with what made him capable of inspiring himself and others, Shane seeks comfort in isolation and the warm glow of Netflix. Hear how he bounces back and how his transparency in being human creates an even more passionate following. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons Drifter by Rafael Archangel, Public Domain Deluge by RaCellophane Sam, Creative Commons

32 min2018 AUG 10
Comments
Shane Perrin: The Return of the Perrin/ Part 2 (Ep. 3)

Shane Perrin: The Grit for Innovation / Part 1 (Ep. 2)

Listen to this episode if: You have tried to start something new. Something so different, you were laughed at. Short Description: Shane is a natural visionary within a sport call stand-up paddling. More than ten years ago, the sport was isolated to just a few folks on the coasts. But through his shear grit and determination, he has brought the sport to the Midwest. Anyone who has had the grit to grind out something new and anyone who has gone through the trials of creating a following for a vision will love this episode. Music Credits: Shofunkan by Snarky Puppy Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons Balloons Rising by A.A. Aalto, Creative Commons

26 min2018 AUG 10
Comments
Shane Perrin: The Grit for Innovation / Part 1 (Ep. 2)

More Human Trailer

Announcing More Human, a new podcast from the Be Human Project for leaders who are working to make something new in the world. During every episode, host Jeremy Nulik will uncover the ways that you can experiment with how to make your business or organization…more human. Music Credits: Night Owl by Broke for Free, Creative Commons

3 min2018 AUG 2
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More Human Trailer
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