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*Welcome to Edgy Ideas, where we explore what it means to live a ‘good life’ and build the ‘good society’ in our disruptive age. * This podcast explores our human dynamics in today's networked society. Addressing topical themes, we explore how social change, technology and environmental issues impact on how we live, and who we are - personally and collectively. Edgy Ideas podcast aims to re-insert the human spirit, good faith, ethics and beauty back into the picture, offering new perspective ...
 
Porter Stansberry is the outspoken founder of Stansberry Research - now one of the largest and most recognized investment research firms in the world. Stansberry Radio puts you in tune to hear Porter’s commentary on the latest financial and economic news. Listen to Porter interview renowned experts.
 
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Stanley Gold is concerned with racism, and in his recent book, ‘Unthinkable Evil-Understanding Racism’ he makes the claim that we talk about racism, but not about the cause of racism, because to do so is unthinkable. He takes this phrase from politicians who talk about the ‘unthinkable evil’ when confronted with a racist or terrorist incidents. Sta…
 
AI's got talent! We look at how AI can be used to produce music, comedy and more. We also chat about how artificial intelligence can clean up audio files for broadcast. Links https://uploadvr.com/modbox-gpt3-ai-npc-demo/ https://aipickupline.fun/ suzetteping.me/talent https://www.notion.so/AI-s-Got-Talent-48475e31afe0484080588e2de578414e About the …
 
Can AI be sentient? What would it mean if AI does become sentient? We discuss the possibilities and how this might impact our world. About the Edgy Tech Me Podcast For educators and others interested in AI and other new technologies, their impact on education, our classrooms, how we work and how we live. Hosted by Carrie Benedet, Suzette Bailey, Jo…
 
How does AI impact our lives? How can AI improve your life? Artificial intelligence is in our lives and its influence continues to grow. We discuss the good, the bad and just what might be around the corner. About the Edgy Tech Me Podcast For educators and others interested in AI and other new technologies, their impact on education, our classrooms…
 
Josephine is Australia’s first out Transgender priest and on this podcast, shares her experiences, and why she believes that trans people can help to shine a light into the world. Simon and Josephine reflect on why transphobia occurs, and how trans, queer and non-binary ways of being create anxieties for those who fear transition in their own lives…
 
Dr Mishel McMahon, a Yorta Yorta First Nations woman from Australia, draws from 60,000 years of Aboriginal cultural experience to discuss what she terms ‘Relational Ontology’ - ontology meaning how we understand reality, what’s real and what’s not real. She says “Relational ontology is a view of reality that all entities; plants, animals, elements,…
 
Paul brings deep insights into climate change drawing on psycho-social thinking. This conversation explores climate anxiety, climate denial and climate delay, and how we as ‘moderns’ find it very difficult to escape deeply embedded ideas that entrap us. Paul relates this thinking back to our founding myths from Judeo-Christianity that throws humani…
 
This conversation is important for anyone working in organisations, and trying to make sense of systems thinking. Jim has been working with systems for many years and offers insights into how systems thinking evolved, why it is so important, and also why it is problematic and creates resistances. Drawing on psychoanalysis as a ‘moral’ practice, Jim…
 
This episode explores what it means to shift our mindsets towards ecological thinking and practice in organisations. This shift is away from the dominance of mechanistic and psychological thinking, not to replace these but in addition to them. Joan shares her long experience of working to disrupt organisations and help them to 'liberate' themselves…
 
Krish Raval is the Founder and Director of Faith in Leadership (FiL), Britain’s main leadership development organisation working with inter-faith communities. As a practicing Hindu he works with senior leaders and clerics from Muslim, Christian and Jewish faith communities. In this conversation Krish shares his work and experiences of leading this …
 
Caroline is Professor of Culture and Psychoanalysis and in this podcast she shares her thoughts on a wide range of topics. She shares reflections on how our engagement with social media shapes our emotional and relational lives, and how psychoanalysis can help us untangle ourselves from the pervasive media and culture that we can't escape. Our cell…
 
Mark is a pioneer in the field of neuroscience founding the term Neuropsychoanalysis. In this very rich discussion Mark shares his insights into ‘where the brain meets the mind’. Previously the neuroscience focus was to study the brain in terms of cognition and behaviour, yet Mark saw that this missed out on what is really astonishing about the bra…
 
David Armstrong is a thought leader and inspiration to many working in the field of psychoanalysis and organisations. In this podcast David shares his experiences of working with pioneers in the field after joining the Tavistock Institute in 1959. David describes how alive the Tavistock project was in its early days. Innovations coming from the Tav…
 
Professor Kate Kenny is a leading expert in the field of Whistleblowing. In this podcast Kate draws on psychosocial approaches to take a fresh look at Whistleblowing. Whistle-blowers are consistently treated by the media and public as traitors or hero’s. Take Edward Snowden, for some he is a courageous hero who sacrificed his career and put himself…
 
In this episode Daniel shares his research and experience of credentialing and accreditation in coaching. His findings ask many questions about the credibility of practices, often delivered by self-appointed regulation bodies, some that make a lot of money from the process. Daniel identifies eight consumer types of coaches in relation to accreditat…
 
In this episode Lynne shares her personal leadership journey and thoughts on women's leadership. Lynne was born into a working-class community, and travelled a long and fascinating journey to the top of the educational establishment. Lynne draws on two defining influences that have shaped her work, feminism and spirituality. Lynne now runs her own …
 
Richard is a thought leader who looks at organisational life through the lens of irony and absurdity. In this discussion with Simon, he shares his thoughts on the need to support those ironists who bring something special and vitally important to organisational life. He shares his research that revealed 4 types of ironist, the Apollonion ironist wh…
 
Lauren identifies as a queer creative. Growing up as straight female, Lauren embraced her Queerness at the age of 27. Since then professionally and in her personal life she is devoted to exploring life outside the Eurocentric norm and how this impacts on herself and others. In this discussion Simon and Lauren explore how queer and non-binary ideas …
 
This conversation draws on Trevor's experience and passion of living in the Kruger National Park South Africa. Trevor brings his coaching and therapeutic background to inform his consultancy and coaching at work. Unusually he brings a particular edge to this organisational work that comes from his engagement with the natural world. Trevor recently …
 
Gianpiero is an internationally renowned thinker in the field of leadership and learning in the workplace. He brings a clinical lens to his research and teaching, which he begun acquiring while training as a medical doctor and a psychiatrist, and refined in two decades of coaching, consulting, teaching, and researching people’s working lives. At th…
 
Tara Nolan is fascinated by teams and has worked extensively with teams as a coach. In this episode, Tara reflects on her work and her insights from interviewing experts and team leaders in her podcast ‘A Game of Teams’. Teams are the heartbeat of organisational success and this episode Tara and Simon discuss team dynamics, team leadership and the …
 
Chris Yates has travelled a big journey, coming from the West Indies to London as a child, brought up by a single parent, he has held some of the biggest 'people jobs' in the business world. Currently Chief Talent Officer at Ford Motor Company, previously General Manager of Learning & Development at Microsoft, Chief Learning Officer and Head of Peo…
 
Pooja Sachdev is a leading practitioner in the diversity and inclusion space. Pooja discusses with Simon the real challenges faced by organisations when working on diversity and inclusion. This conversation reveals how language can be used to silence people rather than open up discussions, and how we need to 'decriminalise bias' if we are to acknow…
 
Dina Hassan lives in Egypt and works as a clinical forensic psychoanalyst. In a wide ranging conversation, Dina shares her experience of life in Egypt and her time spent studying in Ireland. Dina is 30 years old and a few years ago chose to wear a veil and she shares her experience of how this played out with her peers and challenges our perception…
 
Professor Tatiana Bachkirova shares her deep knowledge of coaching and in conversation with Simon they explore some of the limitations of coaching practice today, and what can be done to change this. Tatiana and Simon are both advocates for coaching and believe coaching to be a hugely important developmental practice, yet they see problems in how c…
 
Jeff is a sinologist and has spent many years working and living in China. He works as a leader in the world of technology and has worked in global tech companies and now is CEO /owner of a mid size tech company. In 2018 Simon and Jeff presented together at a conference exploring how new technologies pull us in two competing directions, towards cen…
 
In this podcast I read a short essay that explores the art of living the good life through the lens of the thermos flask. Internalised as a childhood ‘good object’ that represented happy times- family holidays and mountain walks- and it produced ‘good things’ that comforted me; warm nourishing soup and hot coffee. It acted as a transitional object …
 
Professor Jonathan Gosling has been working in leadership development across the globe and in diverse settings for many years. In this podcast he discusses with Simon the pleasures of power. They reflect on their own relationships to power, those of leaders they have coached and the tangled collusions around domination and submission. Many leaders …
 
Michael and Simon, two white men, discuss whiteness as a paradigm. Their conversation draws on their personal experiences and addresses the wider systemic issues that are at play. They reflect on how white fragility plays out, and what it will take to enable people to move from being defensive, to engage with the vulnerable curiosity that is requir…
 
Edgy ideas are a speciality from my guest Martin Parker. As Professor of Organization Studies at Bristol University, Martin challenges mainstream ideas about how we think about organisations, leadership and management. His recent books ‘Shut down the Business school’ and 'Anarchism, Organization and Management' are discussed in this vibrant convers…
 
This very special episode of Edgy Ideas addresses issues of race from MLK to BLM, on a journey experienced by my esteemed guest Dr Kathleen Pogue White. Kathy met Dr King as a student and shares her unique experience of living and working through periods of hope and despair in relation to racism in the USA and beyond. As BLM puts racism back at the…
 
World-renowned author, academic and award-winning teacher, Manfred Kets de Vries joins Simon to share his invaluable insights on working with leaders and organisations. Manfred discusses his work with CEOs, family business leaders, and his work in Russia. In his new e-book 'Journeys into Coronavirus Land' Manfred sets out the five fundamentals that…
 
In Part 2 Simon continues his conversation with Leslie Brissett and they explore faith, belonging, monastic calling and the beauty of trees amongst other issues relating to identity. Leslie is from the UK with a Caribbean heritage, and recently relocated to live in Arkansas USA. Leslie is Director of Group Relations at the Tavistock Institute of Hu…
 
In this episode Simon invites special guest Leslie Brissett to share his personal experience of race and identity. This delightful and deeply human conversation meanders through race and identity exploring otherness and drawing on psychoanalytic insights. Leslie shares his reflections and insights on these big issues bringing his unique perspective…
 
Our special guest today is Irena Izotova from Moscow, who will be sharing her thoughts and experience from a Russian perspective. Our conversation meanders through our experiences of the pandemic and we touch on how the 'Discourse of the Master' returns to impose prohibitions on us during the lockdown. This is something new to many in the west, but…
 
In episode 4, Simon converses with special guest and internationally renowned Professor Ajeet N. Mathur from Ahmedabad India. Ajeet is a fountain of knowledge and wisdom, and their conversation traverses a range of issues in relation to these disruptive times. In search of how to live a good life and create the good society, Ajeet highlights dignit…
 
This episode Pandemic Psychodynamics UK opens up a wide-ranging and deeply engaging conversation with award winning author Steven D' Souza. We reflect on how people react to the anxiety produced when we get to a place of not-knowing. We explore how Covid-19 amplifies previous social-political trends such as the rise in authoritarianism and conformi…
 
Simon is joined by Brigid Nossal to discuss pandemic psychodynamics in Australia Brigid Nossal is a co-founder and co-Director of the National Institute of Organisation Dynamics Australia that delivers a fabulous Masters of Leadership and Management taking a psychodynamic-systems approach. Brigid combines academic teaching and research with organis…
 
Simon is joined by Professor Zachary Green to discuss pandemic psychodynamics in the USA. Zachary is Professor in Leadership Studies at University of San Diego, co-founder and director of Group Relations International. Zachary has three decades of experience studying, coaching and consulting to unconscious and systemic dynamics of global organizati…
 
Welcome to Edgy Ideas, where we explore what it means to live a ‘good life’ and build the ‘good society’ in our disruptive age. This podcast explores our human dynamics in today's networked society. Addressing topical themes, we explore how social change, technology and environmental issues impact on how we live, and who we are - personally and col…
 
" Great breakthrough never happens without sacrifice. " - Dan Waldschmidt This episode of Dan's podcast will remind us that clarity comes from activity and not the other way around. You can't wait to know what you are going to do perfectly before you get started. The things that you should say NO to are the things that you're using to patch over yo…
 
" If you don't know your purpose you will not be able to execute at the highest level. " - Dan Waldschmidt This podcast episode talks about the importance of knowing our purpose in life. As we age, this purpose that we focused on might change. What we want at 4 years old is not the same at 40 years old. Your life purpose is your contribution. Why i…
 
" Being effective is not just doing more work but stop it, put yourself in a position where you can look at where you are and know if it's working. " - Dan Waldschmidt This episode talks about being effective versus being efficient. Performing or functioning in the best possible manner with the least waste of time and effort, Being effective is abo…
 
" Your present purpose doesn't have always your purpose." - Dan Waldschmidt Do you know your purpose? Once you find your path, you’ll almost certainly find others traveling along with you, hoping to reach the same destination—a community. The goals that foster a sense of purpose are ones that can potentially change the lives of other people. Share …
 
" You can give up and die or you can try and live and become the hero of your life from this day forward." Dan Waldschmidt This episode of the podcast will talk about how we can keep on living despite all the struggle in life. You can live or you can die. Pick one. If you choose to live, it is all a matter of HOW you choose to live. Share your thou…
 
"Part of building a bigger version isn't about dreaming wild dreams. It's about unburning yourself from the things that hold you down, the things that blind you." - Dan Waldschmidt The biggest part of this episode is forgiving yourself. We all don't realize how good we are in forgiving ourselves. We might don't even know that we like ourselves. As …
 
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