Jul 14, 2022
"I think we do ourselves such a disservice to not acknowledge that iterative process, to just pretend that it’s yes/no, black/white. It’s never been the world we live in, but it certainly isn’t now."
Jarel LaPan Hill, the former city manager of the City of Santa Fe, NM, shares the complexity lessons learned...
May 20, 2022
“I spent two decades writing prescriptions… and it
occurred to me that what determined somebody’s health was really
what they were doing between visits.”
Dr. Eileen O’Grady is a nurse practitioner, a wellness coach, and the author of Choosing Wellness: Unconventional Wisdom for the Overwhelmed, the...
Apr 28, 2022
“We tend to think if we send teachers off to a two day
workshop magically they’ll come back to the classroom and be able
to do something different that will impact the lives of
Dr. Jennie Snyder, deputy superintendent for instructional services for the Sonoma County Office of Education and longtime...
Mar 24, 2022
"There is so much emergent change that’s happening
around us, so we need every piece of this human condition to be
able to be okay and to thrive and to be resilient."
Dr. Ciela Hartanov is the founder of humcollective, and her book, Reclaiming Sensitivity, will be out in the new year. She and Wendy discuss how we...
Mar 10, 2022
“We try to help people ask additional questions, to say
‘How might I work differently than Wendy and how can I take a
couple of steps to be closer to where she is so that our
differences can be strengths?’”
Parker Mitchell is the founder of Valence, a software company specializing in building stronger teams. He...