change management

    Explore "change management" with insightful episodes like "141. An Invitation for Innovation: Why Creativity Is Found, Not Forced", "230: How to thrive while navigating change and upheaval", "Hallucinations, Disruptions, and Innovations: How AI Redefines Boundaries", "The Personal Touch: A Flood of AI Tools and What To Do About It" and "The art and wisdom of changing teams | Heidi Helfand (author of Dynamic Reteaming)" from podcasts like ""Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques", "Let's Talk About Mental Health", "Ai Experience [in english]", "A Beginner's Guide to AI" and "Lenny's Podcast: Product | Growth | Career"" and more!

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    141. An Invitation for Innovation: Why Creativity Is Found, Not Forced

    141. An Invitation for Innovation: Why Creativity Is Found, Not Forced

    So you want to lead your team toward innovation. Does that require that you know where you’re going? Not according to Linda Hill.

    Hill is a professor of business administration at Harvard Business School whose research focuses on leadership and how organizations achieve innovation. When it comes to generating breakthrough ideas, Hill says it’s less about a creative vision and more about stepping into the unknown. “Innovation [is] not about an individual coming up with a new idea,” she says. “Instead, innovation is the result of the collaboration of people with diverse expertise and diverse perspectives coming together, being able to collaborate, being able to experiment together and learn.”

    In this episode of Think Fast, Talk Smart, Hill and host Matt Abrahams discuss how leaders can foster cultures and environments where innovation thrives — where teams use communication and collaboration to “co-create the future.”

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    (00:00:00) Introduction

    Host Matt Abrahams introduces guest Linda Hill, an expert in leadership development and innovation from Harvard Business School.

    (00:01:10) Leading for Innovation vs. Leading for Change

    Fundamental differences between leading for innovation and for change, and the unique challenges required for innovation.

    (00:02:53) Creating a Culture of Innovation

    The essential components of a culture that promotes innovation, with focus on communication and collaboration.

    (00:06:21) The Role of Shared Values and Purpose in Innovation

    Shared values, and the distinction between vision and purpose within innovative organizations.

    (00:09:43) Communication's Impact on Innovation

    How effective communication facilitates innovation, including strategies for engaging diverse teams and the significance of storytelling.

    (00:14:30) Conflict and Creativity in Collaborative Environments

    The value of conflict in innovation, and how managing disagreements and diverse viewpoints can lead to more creative solutions.

    (00:16:06) The Final Three Questions

    Linda Hill shares practices to foster collaboration with others, a communicator she admires, and her ingredients for successful communication.

    (00:19:54) Conclusion

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    230: How to thrive while navigating change and upheaval

    230: How to thrive while navigating change and upheaval

    Dealing with change and upheaval can be challenging and it can take a real toll on your mental health. Change and uncertainty can make it hard to find a sense of calm in your life when you probably need it most, since life upheavals can be difficult to work through at the best of times! In this episode I’ll be talking about what navigating change means, why change affects our mental health, and how to navigate change effectively, and I’ll be sharing lots of practical tips for navigating change that you can apply immediately. 

    Ready to discover practical ways to navigate change and upheaval in your life that will help you to find your feet? Then let’s talk! 😃

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    ⏱️ Timestamps: 

    0:00 Change and mental health

    1:11 Introduction to navigating change

    3:34 What does ‘navigating change’ mean?

    8:42 Why change affects your mental health

    12:27 How to navigate change effectively

    25:44 Summary & Next Time

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    Hallucinations, Disruptions, and Innovations: How AI Redefines Boundaries

    Hallucinations, Disruptions, and Innovations: How AI Redefines Boundaries

    Are you ready to navigate the complex landscape where AI challenges reality and reshapes our future?

    In this episode of "AI Experience," I sit down with Amr Awadallah, a visionary in the realm of artificial intelligence and the founder of Vectara. Amr brings to the table a wealth of knowledge from his groundbreaking work in the industry, including pivotal roles at Google and Yahoo. Join us as we delve into a conversation that transcends mere speculation, where Amr demystifies the phenomenon of AI hallucinations and elucidates their implications for data interpretation and decision-making processes. We'll explore the disruptions AI introduces to traditional industries and how these challenges are not just obstacles but catalysts for unprecedented innovation. This episode is an invitation to peer beyond the boundaries of current AI applications and consider the vast horizons of possibility that lie ahead.

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    The Personal Touch: A Flood of AI Tools and What To Do About It

    The Personal Touch: A Flood of AI Tools and What To Do About It

    Every day someone recommends the next cool AI tool to you that can solve all your problems. Or there is a new prompt, a new hack or a new way to use ChatGPT.

    In the end, it's too much and - at least I - tend to shut down and ignore all of these.

    So, is it necessary to follow AI that closely? What is your competition doing?

    Tune in to get my personal thoughts about the AI Tool Flood!

    See you in the podcast,



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    The art and wisdom of changing teams | Heidi Helfand (author of Dynamic Reteaming)

    The art and wisdom of changing teams | Heidi Helfand (author of Dynamic Reteaming)

    Heidi Helfand is the author of Dynamic Reteaming, which outlines practical strategies for orchestrating successful team and company org changes. Her work is informed by more than 20 years in the tech industry at notable companies like AppFolio, Procore, and Expertcity/GoToMeeting. Today, she dedicates her efforts to sharing her knowledge through workshops, comprehensive courses, and consultative services, helping organizations navigate and optimize their team structures. In this episode, we discuss:

    • The importance of reteaming and reorging

    • The benefits of embracing reteaming

    • The five patterns of reteaming: one by one, grow and split, merging, isolation, and switching

    • Examples of successful reteaming

    • Why stable teams are not always ideal

    • How change can lead to great career opportunities

    • The RIDE framework for decision-making

    • Advice on how to set up isolated teams for success

    • The anti-patterns of reteaming and the challenges that can arise

    • Tactical tips for becoming a better listener

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    Find the full transcript at: https://www.lennyspodcast.com/the-art-and-wisdom-of-changing-teams-heidi-helfand-author-of-dynamic-reteaming/

    Where to find Heidi Helfand:

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    • Website: https://www.heidihelfand.com/

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    In this episode, we cover:

    (00:00) Heidi’s background

    (03:40) How Heidi got involved with reteaming and reorgs

    (07:37) Advice for people dealing with reorgs

    (11:56) The benefits of change and the RIDE framework

    (17:11) The five patterns of reteaming

    (20:00) The power of isolation

    (27:38) Advice on how to be successful by isolating small teams

    (33:27) Supporting and protecting internal startups

    (34:33) The one-by-one pattern

    (36:44) The grow and split pattern

    (39:20) The merging pattern

    (42:14) The switching pattern

    (50:18) Anti-patterns of reteaming

    (52:49) Embracing change and growth

    (58:48) How to become a better listener

    (01:01:28) Lightning round


    Dynamic Reteaming: The Art and Wisdom of Changing Teams: https://www.amazon.com/Dynamic-Reteaming-Wisdom-Changing-Teams/dp/1492061298

    • O’Reilly: https://www.oreilly.com/

    • Procore Technologies: https://www.procore.com/

    • Kristian Lindwall on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristianlindwall/

    • Chris Smith on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrissmithagile

    Transitions: Making Sense of Life’s Changes: https://www.amazon.com/Transitions-Making-Changes-Revised-Anniversary/dp/073820904X

    • Pat Wadors on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patwadors/

    The Four Steps to the Epiphany: Successful Strategies for Products That Win: https://www.amazon.com/Four-Steps-Epiphany-Successful-Strategies/dp/1119690358

    • GoToMyPC: https://get.gotomypc.com/

    Teamwork: https://www.amazon.com/Teamwork-Right-Wrong-Interpersonal-Communication/dp/0803932901

    • AppFolio: https://www.appfolio.com/

    • SecureDocs: https://www.securedocs.com/

    • Citrix: https://www.citrix.com/

    The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups: https://www.amazon.com/Culture-Code-Secrets-Highly-Successful/dp/0804176981

    • Tuckman’s stages of group development: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuckman%27s_stages_of_group_development

    • Rich Sheridan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/menloprez/

     • Menlo Innovations: https://menloinnovations.com/

    Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us: https://www.amazon.com/Drive-Surprising-Truth-About-Motivates/dp/1594484805

    Toyota Kata: Managing People for Improvement, Adaptiveness and Superior Results: https://www.amazon.com/Toyota-Kata-Managing-Improvement-Adaptiveness/dp/0071635238

    • Paulo Freire: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paulo_Freire

    • Jon Walker on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jwalker/

    Managing Corporate Lifecycles: https://www.amazon.com/Managing-Corporate-Lifecycles-Ichak-Adizes/dp/9381860548

    • The Adizes Institute: https://www.adizes.com/

    • John Cutler on Lenny’s Podcast: https://www.lennyspodcast.com/what-differentiates-the-highest-performing-product-teams-john-cutler-amplitude-the-beautiful-mes/

    • Co-Active Training Institute: https://coactive.com/

    Co-Active Coaching: The proven framework for transformative conversations at work and in life: https://www.amazon.com/Co-Active-Coaching-Fourth-transformative-conversations/dp/1473674980

    Creating Intelligent Teams: https://www.amazon.com/Creating-Intelligent-teams-Anne-R%C3%B8d/dp/186922583X

    The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures: Simple Rules to Unleash a Culture of Innovation: https://www.amazon.com/Surprising-Power-Liberating-Structures-Innovation/dp/0615975305

    Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making: https://www.amazon.com/Facilitators-Participatory-Decision-Making-Jossey-bass-Management/dp/1118404955

    The Bear on Hulu: https://www.hulu.com/series/the-bear-05eb6a8e-90ed-4947-8c0b-e6536cbddd5f

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    EP 172: GenAI - Actual Use Cases in Business

    EP 172: GenAI - Actual Use Cases in Business

    One of the most common phrases we hear is how can I actually use AI? What use cases exist for me to put AI to work for my business? Isar Meitis, CEO of Multiplai, joins us to discuss real business use cases for AI. From data analysis to marketing tasks, we cover a wide variety of topics. 

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    [00:01:30] About Isar and Multiplai
    [00:03:30] How to implement AI in a business
    [00:10:00] Roadblocks for companies adopting AI
    [00:15:25] Using AI for data analysis
    [00:19:30] Data security guidelines for AI
    [00:23:30] Using Gen AI for content creation
    [00:30:12] Ideation with LLMs
    [00:35:05] Isar's advice to start using AI

    Topics Covered in This Episode:
    1. Integrating AI into business organizations
    2. Use cases of AI in data analysis
    3. Role of the committee in exploring and implementing AI
    4. Content creation and repurposing with AI tools
    5. Consulting with experts and utilizing their content

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    In this special compilation episode, we delve into failure—an overlooked source of wisdom. From freezing onstage in front of thousands of people, to coworkers staging an intervention, to huge product investments that went to zero, we’ve pulled our favorite stories of failure from 100+ podcast episodes. I hope these stories serve as a gentle nudge to view failure not as a setback but as a crucial detour toward growth.

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    In this episode, you’ll hear from:

    (00:00) Lenny: Why I’m focusing on failure

    (03:25) Katie Dill: The single meeting that changed how Katie leads forever

    (08:03) Paul Adams: Freezing onstage in front of thousands of people

    (18:38) Tom Conrad: Lessons from Pets.com and Quibi—two of the most famous product disasters of all time

    (33:19) Sri Batchu: When you fail, make sure you fail conclusively

    (39:00) Jiaona Zhang (JZ): One of the biggest product misses at Airbnb

    (44:32) Gina Gotthilf: Everyone has an “A side” and a “B side,” and we should all share our B sides more

    (57:57) Maggie Crowley: Her favorite interview question about failure, and lessons from a personal failure

    (1:00:33) Thanks for listening

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    Why do doctors still use pagers?

    Why do doctors still use pagers?
    Remember pagers? They were huge in the 80s — these little devices that could receive short messages. Sir Mix-A-Lot even had a song about them! But then cell phones came along, and pagers more or less became obsolete.

    Except there's one group of people who still carry pagers: medical doctors. At a surprisingly large number of hospitals, the pager remains the backbone of communication. Need to ask a doctor a question? Page them. Need to summon a doctor to an emergency? Page them. And then... wait for them to call you back.

    Almost everyone agrees that pagers are a clunky and error-prone way for doctors to communicate. So why do so many hospitals still rely on them?On today's show: A story about two doctors who hatched a plan to finally rid their hospital of pagers. And the surprising lessons they learned about why some obsolete technologies can be so hard to replace.

    This episode was hosted by Jeff Guo and Nick Fountain. It was produced by Sam Yellowhorse Kesler. It was edited by Keith Romer and fact-checked by Sierra Juarez. It was engineered by Robert Rodriguez with help from Maggie Luthar. Alex Goldmark is Planet Money's executive producer.

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    AI as a Change Agent: Redefining Workflows and Decision-Making

    AI as a Change Agent: Redefining Workflows and Decision-Making

    In this insightful episode of "AI Experience," we delve into the transformative power of artificial intelligence with John Stroud, a renowned AI coach and founder of AI Guides. With a vision of making AI a personal enhancement tool for every individual, John shares his expert insights on how AI is reshaping the landscape of professional work.

    We explore the critical role of AI in revolutionizing workflows and decision-making processes. John discusses how AI is not just about automation but a pivotal change agent, bringing about a new era in white-collar efficiency. He sheds light on the practical aspects of integrating AI into daily work routines and how it serves as a powerful tool for strategic planning and execution.

    Our conversation navigates the challenges of adopting AI in various professional sectors and the importance of effective change management strategies. John provides valuable perspectives on overcoming resistance to AI adoption, ensuring a smooth transition for teams and organizations into the AI-augmented future.

    This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in understanding the dynamic role of AI in modern work environments and how to leverage it for enhanced productivity and informed decision-making. Join us as we uncover the potential of AI to act as a catalyst for positive change and redefine the future of work.

    The future of AI in software development | Inbal Shani (CPO of GitHub)

    The future of AI in software development | Inbal Shani (CPO of GitHub)

    Inbal Shani is the chief product officer at GitHub, where she leads core product management, along with product strategy, marketing, open source, and communities, including the development of GitHub Copilot. Prior to joining GitHub, she led engineering and product teams at Amazon and Microsoft. In today’s conversation, we discuss:

    • What Inbal believes is overhyped and underhyped in the rapidly changing field of AI

    • How AI-driven code generation is changing software development

    • Her take on whether AI will replace developers

    • How software development looks in 3 to 5 years

    • How product teams operate at GitHub

    • GitHub’s Next team, and other ways the company fosters a culture of innovation

    • The success metrics and philosophy behind GitHub’s Copilot

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    Find the transcript at: https://www.lennyspodcast.com/the-future-of-ai-in-software-development-inbal-shani-cpo-of-github/#transcript

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    • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/inbalshani/

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    In this episode, we cover:

    (00:00) Inbal’s background

    (04:17) Why generative AI is not going to replace developers in the near future 

    (05:54) Why AI-driven testing is underhyped

    (07:48) What the next 3 to 5 years will look like

    (10:13) Stats around the use of GitHub Copilot 

    (12:07) How Copilot enables engineers to work more efficiently

    (13:38) Common mistakes when adopting AI into your workflows

    (16:42) How GitHub operationalizes “dogfooding”

    (18:46) The philosophy behind Copilot

    (20:24) Copilot’s success metrics

    (24:54) How Copilot encourages collaboration

    (26:37) What we lose when AI writes code for us

    (29:35) A retrospective on the generative AI space

    (30:47) Inbal’s thoughts on the future of AI

    (32:35) How to make space for innovative product ideas

    (34:37) How GitHub stays on the cutting edge of innovation

    (36:44) The GitHub Next team

    (39:20) Advice for early product managers

    (42:17) Inbal’s “biggest learning” from her career

    (45:34) Inbal’s closing thoughts

    (46:19) Lightning round


    • How to measure and improve developer productivity | Nicole Forsgren (Microsoft Research, GitHub, Google): https://www.lennyspodcast.com/how-to-measure-and-improve-developer-productivity-nicole-forsgren-microsoft-research-github-goo/

    • DORA: https://dora.dev/

    • The role of AI in product development | Ryan J. Salva (VP of Product at GitHub, Copilot): https://www.lennyspodcast.com/the-role-of-ai-in-new-product-development-ryan-j-salva-vp-of-product-at-github-copilot/

    • GitHub Universe 2023 day 2 keynote: The productivity platform for all developers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_o9kFPVeiw

    • Satya Nadella on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/satyanadella/

    • TomTom: https://www.tomtom.com/

    Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes into Stepping Stones for Success: https://www.amazon.com/Failing-Forward-Turning-Mistakes-Stepping/dp/0785288570/

    Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t: https://www.amazon.com/Good-Great-Some-Companies-Others/dp/0066620996

    Turning the Flywheel: A Monograph to Accompany Good to Great: https://www.amazon.com/Turning-Flywheel-Monograph-Accompany-Great/dp/0062933795

    Dare to Lead Like a Girl: How to Survive and Thrive in the Corporate Jungle: https://www.amazon.com/Dare-Lead-Like-Girl-Corporate/dp/1538163527

    All the Light We Cannot See on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/81083008

    The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/Wheel-Time-Season-1/dp/B09F59CZ7R

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    How to Build Trust at Work

    How to Build Trust at Work
    Do you trust the people you work with?

    Without trust, organizational psychologist Liane Davey says it’s hard to have the two key ingredients for any healthy team: effective communication and productive conflict.

    Davey takes questions from listeners who are struggling to build trust at work. She offers advice for what to do when your new boss doesn’t trust you, or when you want to earn the trust of people who work for you.

    Key episode topics include: leadership, emotional intelligence, managing people, managing yourself, trustworthiness, managing up, communication, conflict.

    HBR On Leadership curates the best case studies and conversations with the world’s top business and management experts, to help you unlock the best in those around you. New episodes every week.

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    3 Tips On How To Communicate Better In The Work Place

    3 Tips On How To Communicate Better In The Work Place

    Kindness and empathy for employees are so underrated in business. At VaynerMedia we ditched the cliche HR model and created PET (People and Experience Team). Today's episode of the podcast is based on advice to managers on how to manage. This is a new session I do with the management team about the importance of being transparent with colleagues, the inefficiency of hour-long meetings that could be 15 minutes, and how I deal with reinforcing change. This episode is perfect for people in the HR space, middle management, and even junior employees looking to grow within their organizations...Enjoy!

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    How to revive collaboration at work, with WPP’s Mark Read

    How to revive collaboration at work, with WPP’s Mark Read

    With companies wrestling with the question of returning to the office or to continue working from home, there are so many questions around the future of work. How do you maximize your team’s creative output and entice them to want to come back to the office, while navigating the opportunities and challenges of working with AI? WPP CEO Mark Read believes that working together in an office is better – for collaboration, for training new employees, and for company culture. In this episode of Rapid Response, host Bob Safian speaks with Mark about the hurdles companies face in bringing folks back to the office, adopting generative AI, and leading during an era of disruption.

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    Jocko Underground: Calandra''s Barometer. Good Questions VS Bad Ones | Allow For Creativity

    Jocko Underground: Calandra''s Barometer. Good Questions VS Bad Ones | Allow For Creativity

    Calandra''s Barometer. Good Questions VS Bad Ones.

    Allow For Creativity.

    Raising a bi-racial family in America.

    Would we benefit from mandatory military service.

    Dealing with big injuries.


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    Indra Nooyi on Leadership, Culture, and Steve Jobs

    Indra Nooyi on Leadership, Culture, and Steve Jobs
    During her 12-year run as CEO of Pepsi, Indra Nooyi helped the company grow sales by 80%. Despite her success as one of the most powerful women in business, she's happy to be out of the world of “bits and bytes.” Motley Fool co-founder and CEO Tom Gardner caught up with Nooyi to discuss: - Other CEOs she's learned from - Building a culture of ownership - Decision-making as an art and a science Companies mentioned: PEP, AAPL, AMZN, PFE Indra Nooyi's best-selling book is "My Life in Full: Work, Family, and Our Future". Host: Tom Gardner Guest: Indra Nooyi Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Heather Horton, Dan Boyd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Jonah Berger: Change Anyone's Mind | E158

    Jonah Berger: Change Anyone's Mind | E158
    This week on YAP, we’re chatting with Jonah Berger, NYT best-selling author, full-time professor at Wharton University and a world-renowned expert on change, influence, and consumer behavior.  Ever since he was a kid, Jonah had an eye for patterns and data. At age 7, he tested at genius IQ levels, AND he got near-perfect SAT scores in high school. His mathematical, detail-oriented mind makes him exceptionally aware of patterns in human behavior.  Jonah is author of three books on psychology and consumer behavior, and two of his books, Contagious and Invisible Influence are New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers. He was named one of the top 30 leaders in business by the American Management Association, and one of the most creative people in business by Fast Company magazine.  In this episode, Jonah tells us about how he first became interested in human behavior and what career opportunities are available in this field. We’ll learn why people are not like marbles in the sense that they cannot be forced to change; and why removing key barriers like reactance and endowment is what actually can bring about successful change in people.   If you want to learn the way to change anyone’s mind and more generally bring about change in the world - this episode is for you!  Sponsored by -  Peloton - Visit onepeloton.com to learn more.  Jordan Harbinger - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations. Mint Mobile - To get your new wireless plan for just 15 bucks a month, and get the plan shipped to your door for FREE, go to mintmobile.com/yap Constant Contact - start your free trial at constantcontact.com Woven Earth - save 20% on your order with code YAP on wovenearth.com/YAP. Social Media: Follow YAP on IG: www.instagram.com/youngandprofiting Reach out to Hala directly at Hala@YoungandProfiting.com Follow Hala on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Follow Hala on Instagram: www.instagram.com/yapwithhala Follow Hala on Clubhouse: @halataha Check out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.youngandprofiting.com Timestamps: 1:21 - How Jonah first gained interested in human behavior, technology, and the relationship between people and technology  3:24 - The types of jobs that are available in the field of psychology, consumerism, and human behavior, and the complexity of that industry  7:11 - Jonah discusses a study he conducted about changing human behavior across multiple industries, and he describes the concept of ‘pushing’  9:36 - Jonah relates chemical changes to human behavioral changes  12:08 - Jonah explains what makes a good (and bad) negotiator  15:44 - Jonah tells a story about Tide Pods and how Procter & Gamble handled negative press surrounding them  18:56 - He explains why people want control over the products we buy and the choices we make, and how this drives people to deliberately make poor decisions  21:50 - Jonah explains what it was like to release his book at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and his opinions on the way that information and protocols were communicated to the public during the pandemic  24:03 - The importance of giving your customer or client choices, rather than pushing one product, service, or idea  27:37 - jonah explains his strategy, “Ask, don’t tell,” which illustrates the importance of asking questions  32:07 - Jonah explains a successful anti-smoking campaign in Thailand and the science behind it  36:50 - Jonah talks about the “endowment effect” and why people stick with comfortability and familiarity  39:00 - He describes the right way to utilize information in a conversation  41:22 - Jonah explains the ‘uncertainty tax’  44:32 - Jonah’s advice for becoming more profitable   Mentioned In The Episode:   Jonah’s Website: https://jonahberger.com/  Jonah’s Books: https://jonahberger.com/books/

    3 Secrets to Starting New Habits That Stick

    3 Secrets to Starting New Habits That Stick

    Leaders often live in a cycle of failed New Year's resolutions, losing the same 20 pounds or quitting the same bad habit. What can leaders do to break this cycle? Craig shares three practical secrets for starting habits that stick in today’s new episode. 

    Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/3-secrets-to-starting-new-habits-that-stick

    Work 2.0: The Obstacles You Don't See

    Work 2.0: The Obstacles You Don't See

    Introducing new ideas is hard. Most of us think the best way to win people over is to push harder. But organizational psychologist Loran Nordgren says a more effective approach is to focus on the invisible obstacles to new ideas.

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    The 6 Phases of CHANGE Vital Lockdown & Covid Concepts [Business, mindset, entrepreneur, disruptors]

    The 6 Phases of CHANGE Vital Lockdown & Covid Concepts [Business, mindset, entrepreneur, disruptors]

    In times of change there is disruption, evolution and revolution but not all entrepreneurs are able to successfully adapt to change. In today’s episode Rob shares his focused and entrepreneurial 6 phases of change model to evolve and grow your business in times of disruption. Discover the cycle between order and chaos, learn how to disrupt rather than be disrupted and how to embrace change to evolve. 



    • When you understand the phases of change you become more adaptable and can evolve quicker and you can be more disruptive. When you understand change you can better survive the effects of recessions, lockdowns and regulations.

    • Disruption is when the status quo is challenged and the old habits are broken up. As a business you will be far more empowered if you disrupt your market or your industry, rather than waiting for you to be disrupted by someone or something else. Is your disrupted you’re reactive and if you’re disruptive you’re proactive.

    • Denial is fear of change and delusion of progress. All entrepreneurs will have a phase of denial when there is change. Most people in business don’t know another way and when change affects that, denial strikes.

    • Resistance is holding onto how things were done previously, a tight grasp of the present and past, rather than embracing the future and adapting to change.

    • Acceptance is the realisation that change is happening and you embrace evolution and revolution rather than just standard progress in your business.

    • Evaluation refers to the full range of solution emotions and the productive assessment of your business options. At this stage you turn painful emotion into forward actions that will help your business survive and thrive in times of change.

    • Implementation is actioning new strategies and tactics in your business and implementing the previous chaos of change into the new order that will allow you to grow and scale your business in disruptive times.



    “Evolution is a cycle between chaos and order.”

    “Every empire is broken up between an old guard and a new order”

    “The more you can embrace change the quicker you can scale your enterprise”

    “When you get out of denial, the faster you will change and adapt”

    “Pressure forms a diamond”

    [Business, mindset, entrepreneur, disruptors]







    Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “Disruptors”

    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”


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