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The Great Work Podcast

What if you could do more of the work that made a difference, had meaning and created an impact? (And what if you could also do less of all that other stuff that fills up your day?
In these animated, engaging and practical podcasts, Michael Bungay Stanier shares strategies, talks to thought leaders and provokes you to do less Good Work … and more Great Work.

 

Guy Kawasaki

Guy Kawasaki, Alltop

March 30, 2009

Guy Kawasaki says he found fame 25 years ago when he became the public advocate for the Apple Mac… and he’s been coasting ever since. That’s a little disingenuous. Guy Kawasaki is a prolific author (his Art of the Start

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David Allen

David Allen, Getting Things Done

March 19, 2009

David Allen wears the title “business guru” lightly. He’s well known around the world for his first book Getting Things Done (recently acclaimed one of the top 100 business books) and for his most recent Making it All Work. But

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Marshall Goldsmith

Marshall Goldsmith, Coaching Guru

March 19, 2009

Marshall Goldsmith has been acclaimed by many organizations and institutions as one of the great thinkers and coaches in business and in HR. His 2007 book, What Got You Here Won’t Get You There was a New York Times bestseller

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Tim Piper

Tim Piper, Dove Real Beauty Campaign

March 19, 2009

Tim, a fellow Australian, is creative director for Ogilvy & Mather in New York. Tim is the man behind the Dove Real Beauty campaign, and in particular the award winning “Evolution” ad in which you see a fairly ordinary looking

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Rita Bailey

Rita Bailey, Southwest Airlines

March 19, 2009

Rita was a twenty-five year old veteran at Southwest Airlines, a two-time recipient of The President’s Award for Outstanding Achievement, and in her final role at Southwest Airlines she served as director of The University for People. SWA is of

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Jimmy Johnston, MBE for services to education

March 19, 2009

Jimmy was awarded his MBE for services to education. His story is a powerful one. He left school at 16 with just one qualification working in a specialist engineering field, moving up the ranks to become responsible for the construction

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