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Lauren Duca, Teen Vogue - Living in Outrage Culture
Podcasts

Lauren Duca, Teen Vogue - Living in Outrage Culture

Kelly connects with Lauren Duca, the 26 year old columnist for Teen Vogue…

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What’s The Best Way to Collaborate and Connect With Team Members? Throw a Pizza Party, and Here’s Why…

By  TJ Medel – Second City Works Facilitator Let’s be real for a minute. It’s…

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Dick Costolo – Great Leaders are Great Listeners
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Dick Costolo – Great Leaders are Great Listeners

Kelly talks to former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo about leadership, improvisation and working…

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Relinquishing Power: The Hidden Strength of “I Don’t Know”
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Relinquishing Power: The Hidden Strength of “I Don’t Know”

True leadership is about surrounding yourself with people who know what they are doing —and…

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Alan Alda - Science, Improv and A Bad Trip to The Dentist
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Alan Alda - Science, Improv and A Bad Trip to The Dentist

“Ignorance was my ally as long as it was backed up by curiosity.”…

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Brené Brown, Rising Strong and Yes, And
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Brené Brown, Rising Strong and Yes, And

Kelly connects with Brené Brown to talk about her latest book “Rising Strong”…

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How To Create Ideas When You Can’t Create Time
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How To Create Ideas When You Can’t Create Time

Ideation and creation can happen at any time, in even the smallest windows of time.

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Innovate Like a Comedy Major
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Innovate Like a Comedy Major

Don’t be fearful of the unknown. Lean into the fun of discovery.

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Mitch Prinstein, UNC Chapel Hill - Popular
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Mitch Prinstein, UNC Chapel Hill - Popular

Kelly talks to professor Mitch Prinstein about his new book “Popular” which looks at the…

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Judgement-less Creativity
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Judgement-less Creativity

The spirit of play develops social adaptability, ethics, mental and emotional control, and imagination.

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