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For leaders, by leaders. This complexity podcast is dedicated to connecting organizational leaders to the pioneers of academia and industry who shape new frameworks, models, methods and tools (in complexity, social & behavioral science, natural sciences and Agile). These are the change makers that help organizations thrive in the most uncertain of times.Listen in to discover new ways to Untap the Goldmines in Business, Organizational Development, Leadership, Teams and Individuals (including yourself!).

Latest Episodes

Leading with Love, Compassion, Empathy and Care for Others

In this episode of Untapped Goldmines, I connect with Lorie Corquera - CoFounder of Spark Creative Inc. We immerse ourselves in inquiry around what our present and future leaders need in order to better support their people first organizations. We untap everything from love and compassion to empathy and care for self and others. More details and a follow-up interview with Lorie can be found at UntappedGoldmines.com

6 sOCT 16
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Leading with Love, Compassion, Empathy and Care for Others

Changing Careers, Complex Emotions and Reinvention with Pam Dukes

In this episode, I connect with Pam Dukes, Sports Hall of Famer / Olympic Athlete turned PM, SM, Agile Coach and Mentor to Leaders! https://untappedgoldmines.com/pam-dukes-untapped/ Through the episode we talk about change, how it impacts us, how we transition, how we deal with our emotions and how we get up and keep targeting those goals day after day. We explore the importance of having a Coach or Mentor (or many) in your corner to keep you moving, hold you accountable, provide you with support and reflect back to you where you have opportunity to work on self, team and others.

53 minSEP 6
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Changing Careers, Complex Emotions and Reinvention with Pam Dukes

Crisis Management, Untapping Cynics, Cross Functional Conflict Resolution and Complexity with Dave Snowden

In this episode, I connect with my academic and complexity science idol, Dave Snowden. https://untappedgoldmines.com/dave-snowden-untapped/ He is known as godfather ;) / founder of the Cynefin Framework, Cognitive-Edge and the Cynefin Center and a true asset to the Agile world as well as Governments and Societies across the globe! His brilliant mind connects dots (and people) that most of us will never think to connect. Throughout our discussion you will hear Dave speak about how Organizations and Societies can address complex change, linkages / informal networks, organizational development, the dangers of targeting behavior changes and so much more. And that is just the tip of the gold untapped in this conversation.

52 minSEP 6
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Crisis Management, Untapping Cynics, Cross Functional Conflict Resolution and Complexity with Dave Snowden

The Flow System Untapped

In this episode, I connect with the three brilliant co-creators of The Flow System. Together they share how The Flow System can help organizations dealing with complexity. We explore everything from intent & servant based leadership to teaching teams the real skills required for teamwork not task-work. The distinction between the two is significant and it changes how we communicate, sense make, give feedback, make decisions and take action at every single level of an organization. The Flow System creators include: Brian "Ponch" Rivera CEO of AGLX (also a TEDx Speaker, former F-14 instructor and demonstration team member and Captain (Select) in the Navy Reserve. His 16-year active duty military career includes roles in NATO, Air and Space Operations Centers). Nigel Thurlow, Creator of Scrum, The Toyota Way. Nigel was first ever to hold the role of Chief of Agile in Toyota Globally he developed training and transformation approaches to enable Agility in Toyota by combining Scrum with Lean, which achieved global recognition with an award from the World Agility Forum. Nigel left Toyota at the end of 2019. He was the first Professional Scrum Trainer globally in Toyota, and the first trainer to have ever been certified by both the creators of Scrum, training over 7500 people worldwide. John Turner is an assistant professor at the University of North Texas in the College of Information. His background is in engineering where he was employed for 15 years before returning to higher education in pursuit of his PhD. His research interests are in the areas of team science, leadership, complexity, creativity & innovation, and theory development. John operates the team science webpage (https://science-teams.com/), is the co-creator of The Flow System and co-author of The Flow System Guide, The Flow System: Key Principles and Attributes, and The Flow System: The Evolution of Agile and Lean Thinking in an Age of Complexity (forthcoming book). The Flow System Guide https://flowguides.org/index.php Translated into 12 languages and one audio version. Turner, J. R., Thurlow, N., & Rivera, B. (November, 2019). The Flow System Guide.

79 minJUL 5
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The Flow System Untapped

Non-Negotiable Leadership Values & Every Day Leadership

In this episode, I connect with my pal - Drew Dudley and explore Values Based Leadership. If you are not yet familiar with Drew Dudley, you are in for an amazing treat! Drew is an Internationally Acclaimed Leadership Speaker and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author. His TED talk on EveryDay Leadership (most notable for the term Lollipop Moments) is referred one of the most inspirational TED speakers in the world. Drew is the founder, aother and chief catalyst of Day One Leadership, he has helped top organizations around the world increase their leadership capacity.His clients have included McDonald’s, American Express, JP Morgan Chase, the United Way, and more than 100 colleges and universities. It is always a pleasure to explore the depths of Drew's experience. For the video recording please visit: https://untappedgoldmines.com/drew-dudley-on-leadership/ #values #leadership #tedspeakers #drewdudley

67 minJUL 5
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Non-Negotiable Leadership Values & Every Day Leadership

Humanizing Organizations & Resilience

Starting with Vulnerability, Love and Leadership, in this episode Lorie Corcuera and I explore how to really tap into the human or people side of our organizations and make a difference that matters to our people. Whether that be during a pandemic or post a pandemic the connection, communication and feedback we provide can be paramount to a healthy and thriving workforce. #leadership #vulnerability #love #resilience

53 minJUL 5
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Humanizing Organizations & Resilience

COVID UNREST

In this episode, I share what I have been experiencing and observing since COVID-19, the economy and the Black Lives Matter, civil unrest has been unfolding across the globe. In this episode I share questions that leaders should ask themselves and I provide recommendations to ensure you are caring for and retaining your top talent and remaining mindful of the toll these changes can have on ones mental health. #covid #leadership #blm #blacklivesmatter #mentalhealth

17 minJUL 5
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COVID UNREST

Hope, Resilience & The Way Forward in Uncertainty

4 Weeks in to the largest spikes (outside of China) of COVID-19, Glenda Eoyang and I sat down to explore the Untapped Goldmines that can bring us more hope, resilience and a way forward in complex times. Together we explored everything from how Glenda got started in the space of Human Systems in the space of Complexity Sciences, how our capacity and our agility / resilience has developed and what wise actions we can take each moment to move onto what is next. You can find this episode and further details about Glenda Eoyang here: https://untappedgoldmines.com/glenda-eoyang-hsd/ You can find Glenda at Human Systems Dynamics here: https://www.hsdinstitute.org/index.html You can also find Glenda's resources on Patterns with Death here: https://www.hsdinstitute.org/patterns-with-death.html

66 minAPR 7
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Hope, Resilience & The Way Forward in Uncertainty

Looking Within, Showing Up, Being Present

In today's episode, special guest, Chip Baker (of The Success Chronicles) shares what he believes the greatest Untapped Goldmine is. The good news is, we do not have to look far. The great news is Chip shares a very down to earth approach to extracting the attitude that determines the altitude in each of us. You can find the uncut video recording and podcast for this episode here: https://untappedgoldmines.com/chip-baker-the-success-chronicles/ You can follow Chip Baker and The Success Chronicles here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbFQhsdMnvic9XN-iY5bsag And to access any of Chips books or resources referenced in this episode, please check here: https://chip-baker-the-success-chronicles.square.site/s/shop

34 minAPR 7
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Looking Within, Showing Up, Being Present

Psychological Safety, Leadership and Innovation

Cijaye DePradine sits down with Dr. Timothy R. Clark, guest of today's episode to discuss the framework in his new book (releasing March 3rd, 2020). The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety, Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation - is the first practical, hands-on guide that shows how leaders can build psychological safety in their organizations, creating an environment where employees feel included, fully engaged, and encouraged to contribute their best efforts and ideas. Tim and Cijaye explore how this framework applies to leaders, Agile and scalability. You do not want to miss out. To learn more or find additional resources referenced in this show, visit: https://untappedgoldmines.com/psychological-safety-with-dr-timothy-clark/

46 minMAR 2
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Psychological Safety, Leadership and Innovation

Latest Episodes

Leading with Love, Compassion, Empathy and Care for Others

In this episode of Untapped Goldmines, I connect with Lorie Corquera - CoFounder of Spark Creative Inc. We immerse ourselves in inquiry around what our present and future leaders need in order to better support their people first organizations. We untap everything from love and compassion to empathy and care for self and others. More details and a follow-up interview with Lorie can be found at UntappedGoldmines.com

6 sOCT 16
Comments
Leading with Love, Compassion, Empathy and Care for Others

Changing Careers, Complex Emotions and Reinvention with Pam Dukes

In this episode, I connect with Pam Dukes, Sports Hall of Famer / Olympic Athlete turned PM, SM, Agile Coach and Mentor to Leaders! https://untappedgoldmines.com/pam-dukes-untapped/ Through the episode we talk about change, how it impacts us, how we transition, how we deal with our emotions and how we get up and keep targeting those goals day after day. We explore the importance of having a Coach or Mentor (or many) in your corner to keep you moving, hold you accountable, provide you with support and reflect back to you where you have opportunity to work on self, team and others.

53 minSEP 6
Comments
Changing Careers, Complex Emotions and Reinvention with Pam Dukes

Crisis Management, Untapping Cynics, Cross Functional Conflict Resolution and Complexity with Dave Snowden

In this episode, I connect with my academic and complexity science idol, Dave Snowden. https://untappedgoldmines.com/dave-snowden-untapped/ He is known as godfather ;) / founder of the Cynefin Framework, Cognitive-Edge and the Cynefin Center and a true asset to the Agile world as well as Governments and Societies across the globe! His brilliant mind connects dots (and people) that most of us will never think to connect. Throughout our discussion you will hear Dave speak about how Organizations and Societies can address complex change, linkages / informal networks, organizational development, the dangers of targeting behavior changes and so much more. And that is just the tip of the gold untapped in this conversation.

52 minSEP 6
Comments
Crisis Management, Untapping Cynics, Cross Functional Conflict Resolution and Complexity with Dave Snowden

The Flow System Untapped

In this episode, I connect with the three brilliant co-creators of The Flow System. Together they share how The Flow System can help organizations dealing with complexity. We explore everything from intent & servant based leadership to teaching teams the real skills required for teamwork not task-work. The distinction between the two is significant and it changes how we communicate, sense make, give feedback, make decisions and take action at every single level of an organization. The Flow System creators include: Brian "Ponch" Rivera CEO of AGLX (also a TEDx Speaker, former F-14 instructor and demonstration team member and Captain (Select) in the Navy Reserve. His 16-year active duty military career includes roles in NATO, Air and Space Operations Centers). Nigel Thurlow, Creator of Scrum, The Toyota Way. Nigel was first ever to hold the role of Chief of Agile in Toyota Globally he developed training and transformation approaches to enable Agility in Toyota by combining Scrum with Lean, which achieved global recognition with an award from the World Agility Forum. Nigel left Toyota at the end of 2019. He was the first Professional Scrum Trainer globally in Toyota, and the first trainer to have ever been certified by both the creators of Scrum, training over 7500 people worldwide. John Turner is an assistant professor at the University of North Texas in the College of Information. His background is in engineering where he was employed for 15 years before returning to higher education in pursuit of his PhD. His research interests are in the areas of team science, leadership, complexity, creativity & innovation, and theory development. John operates the team science webpage (https://science-teams.com/), is the co-creator of The Flow System and co-author of The Flow System Guide, The Flow System: Key Principles and Attributes, and The Flow System: The Evolution of Agile and Lean Thinking in an Age of Complexity (forthcoming book). The Flow System Guide https://flowguides.org/index.php Translated into 12 languages and one audio version. Turner, J. R., Thurlow, N., & Rivera, B. (November, 2019). The Flow System Guide.

79 minJUL 5
Comments
The Flow System Untapped

Non-Negotiable Leadership Values & Every Day Leadership

In this episode, I connect with my pal - Drew Dudley and explore Values Based Leadership. If you are not yet familiar with Drew Dudley, you are in for an amazing treat! Drew is an Internationally Acclaimed Leadership Speaker and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author. His TED talk on EveryDay Leadership (most notable for the term Lollipop Moments) is referred one of the most inspirational TED speakers in the world. Drew is the founder, aother and chief catalyst of Day One Leadership, he has helped top organizations around the world increase their leadership capacity.His clients have included McDonald’s, American Express, JP Morgan Chase, the United Way, and more than 100 colleges and universities. It is always a pleasure to explore the depths of Drew's experience. For the video recording please visit: https://untappedgoldmines.com/drew-dudley-on-leadership/ #values #leadership #tedspeakers #drewdudley

67 minJUL 5
Comments
Non-Negotiable Leadership Values & Every Day Leadership

Humanizing Organizations & Resilience

Starting with Vulnerability, Love and Leadership, in this episode Lorie Corcuera and I explore how to really tap into the human or people side of our organizations and make a difference that matters to our people. Whether that be during a pandemic or post a pandemic the connection, communication and feedback we provide can be paramount to a healthy and thriving workforce. #leadership #vulnerability #love #resilience

53 minJUL 5
Comments
Humanizing Organizations & Resilience

COVID UNREST

In this episode, I share what I have been experiencing and observing since COVID-19, the economy and the Black Lives Matter, civil unrest has been unfolding across the globe. In this episode I share questions that leaders should ask themselves and I provide recommendations to ensure you are caring for and retaining your top talent and remaining mindful of the toll these changes can have on ones mental health. #covid #leadership #blm #blacklivesmatter #mentalhealth

17 minJUL 5
Comments
COVID UNREST

Hope, Resilience & The Way Forward in Uncertainty

4 Weeks in to the largest spikes (outside of China) of COVID-19, Glenda Eoyang and I sat down to explore the Untapped Goldmines that can bring us more hope, resilience and a way forward in complex times. Together we explored everything from how Glenda got started in the space of Human Systems in the space of Complexity Sciences, how our capacity and our agility / resilience has developed and what wise actions we can take each moment to move onto what is next. You can find this episode and further details about Glenda Eoyang here: https://untappedgoldmines.com/glenda-eoyang-hsd/ You can find Glenda at Human Systems Dynamics here: https://www.hsdinstitute.org/index.html You can also find Glenda's resources on Patterns with Death here: https://www.hsdinstitute.org/patterns-with-death.html

66 minAPR 7
Comments
Hope, Resilience & The Way Forward in Uncertainty

Looking Within, Showing Up, Being Present

In today's episode, special guest, Chip Baker (of The Success Chronicles) shares what he believes the greatest Untapped Goldmine is. The good news is, we do not have to look far. The great news is Chip shares a very down to earth approach to extracting the attitude that determines the altitude in each of us. You can find the uncut video recording and podcast for this episode here: https://untappedgoldmines.com/chip-baker-the-success-chronicles/ You can follow Chip Baker and The Success Chronicles here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbFQhsdMnvic9XN-iY5bsag And to access any of Chips books or resources referenced in this episode, please check here: https://chip-baker-the-success-chronicles.square.site/s/shop

34 minAPR 7
Comments
Looking Within, Showing Up, Being Present

Psychological Safety, Leadership and Innovation

Cijaye DePradine sits down with Dr. Timothy R. Clark, guest of today's episode to discuss the framework in his new book (releasing March 3rd, 2020). The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety, Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation - is the first practical, hands-on guide that shows how leaders can build psychological safety in their organizations, creating an environment where employees feel included, fully engaged, and encouraged to contribute their best efforts and ideas. Tim and Cijaye explore how this framework applies to leaders, Agile and scalability. You do not want to miss out. To learn more or find additional resources referenced in this show, visit: https://untappedgoldmines.com/psychological-safety-with-dr-timothy-clark/

46 minMAR 2
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Psychological Safety, Leadership and Innovation
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