Dec 3, 2019
“It’s important to remember as adults that having been a student doesn’t make you an expert on teaching. You should be careful about your memories.”
Katy Shrout, an 8th grade English teacher, sits down with Wendy to discuss the many layers of teacher responsibility, the pros and cons of standardized...
Nov 19, 2019
“We see restaurants and essentially the people in them as vending machines for our needs. We push buttons and we expect things to come out.”
Nov 5, 2019
“That can also happen in the game! In whatever match it is, it can all be going one way, the momentum’s going, and then suddenly a small event--as in complex systems--tips the system . . . and suddenly the whole game is transformed.”
Keith Johnston, co-founder of Cultivating Leadership, writer, and passionate fan...
Oct 15, 2019
“What’s the gift in the now? It’s so easy to be thinking what’s the next thing, what’s the next thing, what’s the next thing.”
Aenslee Tanner, engineer turned leadership coach, talks to Wendy, chemist turned leadership consultant, about how we oversimplify big life choices and what new questions we might...
Oct 1, 2019
“If we are going to welcome diversity, we have to welcome conflict.”
Aftab Erfan, Director of Dialogue and Conflict Engagement at the University of British Columbia, and Wendy discuss how we can engage with, rather than manage, conflict in the name of creating greater insight along polarized...