22 Burst results for "Edmondson"

"edmondson" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"This is tiffany to this episode of the. What's next podcast where i get to have someone. I have followed years on the show today. And i'm thrilled to habur. Amy edmonson is a professor of leadership and management at the harvard business school. A chair establish to support the study of human interactions that lead to the creation of successful enterprises that contribute to the betterment of society. That's always a good thing. Behind the betterment of society but also amy has been recognized by thinkers fifty a global ranking of management thinkers since two thousand eleven. Most recently was ranked number three. She also receives the organization's breakthrough idea award in two thousand and nineteen. Where by the way she beat me. Let's get real here. And when the talent award in two thousand seventeen. She studies teaming psychological safety organizational learning. She has seven books and her most recent book. The fearless organization is out last year two years ago now but i could just talk endlessly about. How great she is. But welcome to the show amy. I'm delighted to be here out. I'm delighted to have you are. We are going to start this with something. I call bullish and bearish bullish is your for it. Bearish us. you're against it kind of the obvious. are you ready. i think so. Okay the first one bullish or bearish. Robots learning empathy bullish. O not what. I thought you would say all right all right. The next one all right the next colonizing on mars bearish it would take so long to get them and when no reversibility on all right and then the the third one bullish bearish. It's okay not to know all the answers bullish are right. Let's start there right. Because i think you are kind of at the forefront of talking about leadership and management organizational learning at all these things. But i feel like so. Many people are insecure about not knowing all the answers yet. In fact we don't always know all the answers so maybe you can walk us through. It's a given that. We don't know all the answers. We live in an enormously complex and fast changing world. It's a nobody knows all the answers..

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Grand Prix 2021 Season Preview with Laurence Edmondson

Box of Neutrals

02:52 min | 3 months ago

Grand Prix 2021 Season Preview with Laurence Edmondson

"Season's just around the corner with the start of the bahrain grand prix around one of twenty three china to count them. You might get up about. How long will be watching television for this. But it'll be good. I'm sure there will be good to tell us. It'll be good join me. Spn by laurence edmonson lawrence. How you doing very good. Thank you. How you doing. Absolutely fine exciting's you get a new season underway. I feel like everyone's talking about helping the off seasons vein. But i think this is actually one of the shortest. We've ever had opened with that. It feels like a long while. I think because i guess we knew all the stuff that was going to happen ready. Usually the off seasons for the driver changes and stuff that that happened before the last season started. So we've had this big buildup of like all these expectations about drivers going to different places and now it's come into reality so exciting. But i'm i'm definitely ready for it to kickoff. Well i think the big question on everyone's lips and it's not whether the with a hassle behold through the world sporting cancel controversial livery. We'll come back to that light. it certainly doing. Do we even bother with free practice. Come the brian growing parade. Let's be honest. we already mostly done. And if we go by the foam the unofficial form guide the unsanctioned form guide of bahrain price as and testing. If you were betting market and will purely looking at the results of intesting and bahrain you necessities at twenty dollars to win the grand prix because if you believe that performance that they put up in bahrain testing something. What is changed. They were going so well last year. This year seems to be unraveling under nathan. What's going on and it's a really good question which. I didn't think anyone had the answer. As of sunday and bahrain testing included mercedes. Which was that. Was the exciting. Bit economy expected to get there and then you they might start slowly but then something. You've come to the car on the final day. Do they use your trick of setting a time that when you look at it and you kind of calculate the fact they had thirty more kilos fuel than everyone else it was actually good but when you looked into it you went into detail at speaking to some of the people who team. It doesn't look like a situation for them. But because we've been here so many times before. I'm not willing to place that bet against them and if there are good aunts to get on them. Yeah we'll take that up. And i think the other side it which allow people have really talked about maybe given much focus or giving us much credit. Is it a massively. good job. The winter they seem to have come from a car which really wasn't very. It's one which really is quite good so when you combine those two things. The hope is that they meet somewhere in the middle and we have a competitive season. But yeah i don't want to jinx

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Next thing you know. You find out your instructors A. Psychopath or something agent I think we just like look for answers and You. Could you could this have happened to you honestly. A honestly I don I couldn't say. I. Mean. I've been lucky enough to surround myself with decent people who aren't. Crazy well, I would like to thank you know what I'd like to think I wouldn't but you know who the fuck knows. Yeah. I like to think that there's a possibility that I would have in the beginning if I was like you know Kinda lost and I do I felt lost a still feel lost at times I mean I knew then not to. Not to do it but who's to say that if someone that I really respected and kind of like not idolize but somebody that I really Francis, my friend Tom or my friend Ethan her great guys smart. If they got into something like that. And I was like really. Dude I'm sure they could probably talk into it because I trust them I think they're great guys and they have good hearts and then you're into it and then you're in five sessions, ten sessions, and then you're starting to read program your brain and you don't know you're being mind FAW and they're being programmed to not trust your gut that was scariest part. That's the scariest part. Could you imagine? Just fucked man it is. Anyway. Thank you to everybody who's listening remember to subscribe and email your friends and do whatever you can keep the podcast. Rockin. Thanks to Westwood. One. Thanks to Ryan here who edits episodes the sky here to Bryce bust his ass inside out does everything To Westwood one to all my patrons just had a alive in instagram. We haven't done that in a while and it was fun and thanks for the new members of patron patriots to join. and. Off Now the the the top tiers and a lot of good stuff coming your way and remember the inside of you online store. Wine glasses, shirts, hats. Sweat shirts. mugs, autograph mugs if you want them. All right..

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Never with the brand. Of. It was cute. I it's up there with Shelburne. You know it's very. Sensitive area of your body and there was no anesthetic and how long does it last like when they put something on you like that is like five seconds. Really. Drew each line with the Qatar raising iron, which is basically slicing open. In Flash. Sorry Baby. Yeah. per line, and then he stopped rain something sort of scripture that remember what it was those totally disassociated. My Body incredible. I mean. My theory is that it was him trying to do with learn about since early annoys for. Trauma bonding. So some of the women that remain are the women who ran it together, they feel really close because they got through the dramatic situation together. So I think is what he was trying to do to really help people stayed loyal forever it's to have that experience that they. Will Yellow Listen Nippy Sarah I mean I got to say this. I'm so appreciative for you guys being so forthcoming and so open and like because this happens a lot of places and it's unfortunate that it couldn't have been one of those things that was just like you guys thought and it could have been something great and there had to be this dark twist in this horror aspect of it all and I'm just I'm truly sorry but I'm also truly grateful. That you open up and you could educate people on your book scarred that just came out. Sarah is like talk about she even gets deeper trust me and Nippy just for you guys to open up about it it's going to help people out there because a lot of people are vulnerable and they suffer from anxiety and depression all these things and they look for a place to go in some kind of acceptance and that's not the only reason they go but. You know it's a shame that this all happened in. I'm just glad that you're because some people don't want to be involved I want to be sure you've thought that and I don't want to be a part of this and to just tell the world your secret probably gets that you know. What do you call the? You know the that that monster off your back. Grill off your back that feeling of like you know you gotta there's gotTa be some peace that comes with that is definitely what we've needed to do to turn negative in seal hunting. Buddy. AP. Yes. Beep. During the negative into a positive and.

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

05:28 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Crash Course in how litigation FBI works and. Stuff but I actually. Did Simple Google searches I found out once he got investigating they open up an FBI investigation gets open debut can go to the website and there's talking flow chart. and H basically goes if he's hit these things like you know Croc if you're going to get evidence in your evidence is corroborated. There's a point where like if instant certain point eighty percent of the time you're screwed. Happy is GonNa take the time so you knew it was coming to an end. Yeah ty ago in the fact that they don't know if the FBI is knocking on your door. You know what I mean most simple. Basic Cop shows. Off. Well No, the FBI's knocking on your door. Something's up and they doubled down. This is this is going to be. Not for me was vindication I got my wife and kid is out there as quickly as possible when the New York Times died in the open. Felt like, okay think we're safe like I say the vows like they're not much. They can do to us like they're they're done in like it's not in our hands anymore right so they can't attack our character in our process anymore media's process in the loyalist that are still there are now attacking the government's process by demanding an affidavit. So. It's never refute the points. Of. Convicted Felon on seven counts, a jury of his peers. In under four hours by E best domestic police force, any human history. Right. The Romans had one back in the day that was pretty good but we don't know about Ashley. And the onus is on you now and you can go fix the FBI's process and the government's process in a legal. Right ever refuting content. Going, to. Get Life. I mean if Got eighty-one months and he's trying to have his trial outside of the court. When he said nothing in court, he's doing all this stuff to get his loyalists to go do stuff. I think he's insulting. The court is insulting. The judge the judge in a message declared Brompton. Why would he send it to him? In anyone else who has those kinds of ideas I? Who else we all see things going to go to prison. Well I know that Lauren and Nance. You're going go to prison I don't know that they're going to go for as long. I think they're contrite. If think they're still reconciling for the understand what they've done and I think it's it's hard like when reconciling your delusion eating humble pie is.

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:24 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Mean. One of the things that was shocking to means discussing a human being he was to other people never saw that I. Never saw behave that way. So the myth was cultivated pretty well if you weren't getting his direct or. In Sarah I were peripheral. In. We came to came to Albany took a training or or did whatever you know. To an event or something like that amid seemed intact right as long as the myth seemed intact. It seems like we're doing something. Good. So, when we go out. In in here, these things about Keith whatever come back and ask people. They relied to reflect out lights people by that we trusted that we're in our lives. Didn't didn't think. They would do that. We underestimated the in other one thing that was baffling to me as sort of like and again, I'm not there. But like you know those nine women on the board, it's nine women and Keith right and those nine women left and you'd think that right when you hear that nine women left the whole thing that you everybody would like on the fuck outta here something suck. How did he manipulate that? So some of the nine women it was really about three. Their high rent. I think those are the three that he had to discredit because they were going to take some people with them. So it looks like those three took their friends with them but the three that really got discredited really Barbara Shane Susan domes to people that were in the last episode. They had been working on making them crazy to the Organization for quite some time because I think Keith will keep sleeping with one of so he knew how to do that. Right and what made our exit different from there as ours was abrupt, we didn't try to. We didn't try to win have I wasn't gonNA have an intellectual debate about the merits of branding someone's body to teach them growth and character that wasn't something I was even remotely interested was there wasn't there wasn't a pause in that I was out right there. She had come back with as much as A. Scrape on her. Out Been With the same reaction I guess not what we're doing here. So dance your question about them. They had been made crazy to the organization in quite literally when you do that to someone what was done to Barbara Show, which none of us had any idea. She kind of did go a little bit crazy..

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Happily and here's this other person who just he's one he's one she's in one so I'm like. I even tried to help her multiple times because like enrollment was not every stripe along the way by the way, required three things your emotional growth like to get through your issues taking certain classes and being the teach certain classes and then three enrollment. So if you couldn't enroll people, you'd never go up. And enrollment was super easy for me where I got stuck with the emotional things because they would say, well, you're still whenever control control is my thing still controlling still get drawing but other that's I don't think that's something that you lose that. Just a human thing is some people will one you work on be controlling it'd be like, Hey, what do you do you? Just kind of like all right I'm aware of that. Look the the pictures a little crooked. Do I really need to fix it right now I'm OCD, let's not have control. You don't have to do that. You take control of not doing that that's control you've chosen not to do this. Free. Going what the fuck are you talking about son? Traffic. Control. Freak. But I certainly I I'm set in my ways a little bit. That's As ultimately what I came to like posts nexium like. And find the way I am. I don't need to like take these courses and spent a lot of money and. Needle around in there just like accept who I am rolling things way below the weight. But so what else? So that was part of the gut thing that you're feeling. Okay that's not right. You don't like Albany I didn't finish that story anyway Laurence says to me. Shell finally has her enrollment to get to proctor as a great. We can roller partner is being promoted departure and she said, will she doesn't have the application people had to sign an application. To Go to a program getting the APP, and she didn't have the APP yet but we're gonNA promoter anyway what?.

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Clear when I when after people using her money as a as a weapon in the in the legal system, I don't know if you saw the two days ago would happen I think say the Chrysler. That she went to prison for seven years for what she when she did for keyed she was like, if me the term flying monkey. Go head. To like. narcissists often don't do a lot of their dirty work. They have other people do it for them like the wicked witch of the West. Layman's terms. This is how I equate I'm like, Oh, the flying monkeys like working with. Monkeys there you go. I just wanted to kids. Top. Flying monkeys and so she would get anything he wanted ultimately. Yeah. Whatever he needed. He had her convinced that protecting him legally and going after the people that were trying to attack him was that was like her job and she felt very Purposeful doing now. I don't know this, but they're still loyalists that exist. There's there's like sixty or something that are still I would say protocols thirty or forty, but there's five who are on the front lines that are doing press right now and. CBS a piece about them. Dancing in front. Keith. Prison through a rubber light on the injustices of the legal system in the prison system which I'm sure is a true thing. That's not why they're doing it trying to. You know Shine light on Keith's. Dictum, which by the way is my one of my main the challenges right now, the whole dogma of ESPN was there's no victims like something happens in your life you can look to find out your role in it, which is very. It can be good right like if you if you have a problem in your life and your in blame everybody else. Good thing to go like how did I? Participate in this. How did I 'cause this I Know that. But. Suddenly now keep the victim. Is a victim to the FBI, a victim to the system, the justice system, and now he's in jail and he's an like added like..

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:55 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"It's a great question. No one's asked me that I think it was a bit of both it was I was having true growth because like I said, Kief was really good at stealing awesome methods from other places. You know like and I can tell you now that I'm out of it look again, other books that exists where he stole from and how he did that. But anyway, I was having real growth but I was losing myself in the mission of the company to the point where I was like. You know there was a time when I was starting to get more acting and I did a film that got into tiff and that was really incredible like four years in and then there's a certain point where I started feel badly for choosing acting over. Esp. Like there had to make a choice like what's the most important thing that was like? What is this film Nadu versus like? Like. Yeah. That's you felt like you were really helping people and you're like this is my purpose is more important than acting now were they also at this point giving you a salary we're like you're getting paid. Took four years to get to the point where I could get a salary. I had to get to the level of what's called proctors, Orange Sash where you're an official coach and a lot of people don't even make it there, and that's one of the things that. eventually woke me up cut cut too many years later I realized that it was Keith actually told me this chapter in my book it's called the illusion of hope he was really painting the illusion for people trying to get up stripe pass and holding out this vision but really it was I mean the whole thing was a sham. So a lot of people never earned income and a lot of people invested a lot of money trying to get to this level. Because I'm kind of Minimum competitive but I'm a go getter and do like I. Don't sit still very easily like i. it's hard for me to meditate or just be with myself I like to just do do do bill and they. was like a poster child for now because I went from like these mislead. Actress in aspiring actress to like. Within the company I company loosely, but we thought it was coming back then but they were honestly paying you like good money at a point. Yeah. In the middle in the middle chunk might like three or four years as making pretty good money a really good money. Actually, what's good money without I mean is it is in your book. It's so people taken out of context and they forget that taxes. And sloggers like it's a substantial amount of money that you work towards a year after year working your ass out and they saw the drive and like any other company. If you see someone working that hard, you give them bonuses bonuses and you start making look. You know I'm assuming it's yeah. Anywhere between like I. Remember when I was in in like two thousand eleven twelve commend Middle Chunk declined after this messed up things that happened I'll tell you about later. But. For a couple of years is anywhere between like five member. A couple of months I had got like a check for twenty thousand..

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Anti keep going and by the way it's how much more money to get. In the next eleven days you want two thousand and then another five thousand thousand dollars to get to. But it apparently some shit goes down we were like, wow, that's the best seven thousand dollars. You know it's funny because I went to place a while back just to get my head straight and it was a lot of money and my buddy goes what's the most important asset you have I don't know my house maybe I don't. Know No did you so matter how much money putting yourself? That's the most important. So you're probably thinking they were probably throwing that at your. This is your health. This is you. This is the most important thing. Forget everything else that will come. Yeah. I mean they said that to me that I said it to others for years after that it's like everything else is an effect of who how you are with you. You know I I was I listened to the interview Jennifer love which that was great and made me cry by the way. But she was saying something but the length that she tries to Live joy and certainly with our children, it was like she could have been doing an ad for ESPN right there. That's really. What? Almost word for word how I want it to be. Things that get in the way like there's ideal version of yourself how you are right. Any P. helps you get there is this is how it's pitch like. Anything, how much would you spend this? No brainer if you believe that it's a no brainer, right? Now, it's embarrassing but at the time it was like. Spend. That money an have as my credit card. Yes. So you didn't have the money to did you tell your parents about this? I did and they were very, very skeptical and. You know my my mom took a stance of. You know. She s she came with me to take originally training just to be closer to means he out. So passionate about. But. She she caught onto who keith was like right away. How soon right away I mean nobody really knows what we found out like at the end but she could tell that he was a megalomaniac and that. She was concerned that any any group says it's the way and we really did think it was the way and like the only way to be joyful and have life that you one want. We really did I was so self righteous about that with your mom said, you gotta get out of this you can't do this. She didn't do that because she's a therapy. She knew groups like this if she was really forceful with me that I would push her away. She she writes. Yeah she was right. Yeah and the end. The Lot to undermine my relationship with her and to.

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Done that you said one thirty would say, no but you're saying the percentage of people that would come in and go to these seminars once they were there. Most of them were in most of them are in but I'd say almost every training we did there may be one person on day one that had such an extreme reaction to either the sashes or the vanguard or something that they were like I'm out and then they were out and we end keep actually said that all of those things what he called The Guardian at the gates. So somebody had such a reaction to that. We didn't want them in there because they were suppressive suppressive. Yes. So like you learn to I'm not gonNA. I'm not gonNA voice at anymore being uncomfortable with this because it's just gonNA expose. Maybe I'm oppressive. Rope. Ill. That assumption if I'm uncomfortable. I'm going to override. That is one of the most dangerous things that they did and I think Keith knew that systematically dismantle intuition. So. Your Gut. He was getting rid of your gut. So to speak and saying because here's the thing. Your Gut. There is truth in the fact that I could have a feeling that might not be right like like I could meet you in may be like your eyebrows reminded me of somebody that hurt me like ten years ago triggers me and that's not based on any kind of reality right? So that happens but there's also true saying my body sank out I should listen to that right and he screwed with that ability to to have a moral compass and you think that was his agenda all along to Sorta, get rid of your gut response and make you. Go past that. Day with it. Yes. To not trust yourself your own intuition. Yes. That's. The throw. For lack of a better word fucked, right you know maybe at that time, it's like you're seeking all these things is this confidence what was that in that five days? Some are was there a moment where you're like? I feel like I should do this. This is GonNa help what was that moment? It was a couple and Mike was Right Day by.

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"If you take him out of the equation of all the sex, stop the bullshit which will get to the slavery and all that sex slavery, but if you just got rid of that stuff. I mean, there's a lot of good to it in a way. It's just people become I think that the Messiah Complex. They have this bigger than this power I. Don't know what we can get into that. But when you your first day on when you went to nexium meeting. The next meeting is that what it was? It was a five day. Five days a seminar workshop the. Ones. Tell you. How I mean just how great that is that you had reaction because up until now. So many people are like, I've never fall for that and these people are dumb. Blah. Blah end to have to to know that people in telling people instagram messaging me. I totally would join. In fact, some people have said listen. Where can I get some of these tools? Like this sounds great as it exists anywhere else can you help me? I want those things. My friends have asked that they'd be like you know you take all the crazy shootout from the beginning before we get there. There's some the intention seems like the intent seems like these people just want to get better and just be be better human beings, which is a great idea. It just kind of falls apart. But again fact nippy my husband you know him from the show I heard him off a few minutes ago high nipping he's just. Happy to see or here you. Hey Man Eight Yeah well, he can get joining anytime we will. Bring them in down the road if you want to whatever. But sometimes when we're doing this, he's like there's certain things he likes to riff on his really good at ripping on some I might bring him in as a special gas obviously nippy. You feel free to jump in whenever you want this could just open platform..

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Yeah, it was a working actor but I was like there was more I always like since I was little. I think I. Had a vision of like at one point in my life going to have a certain. Whether it celebrity or platform to have a voice and have an impact and that when I thought it was Really Ironic for young women because I hard time in high school. That was like if I could just help women with their self esteem girls I guess before they became women or I didn't even know what exactly. But I'm going to have a voice. Acting was it. So when I introduced to ESP, which everyone knows it's Nexium I. Need Me. This is my. Baby through my people, right. So what how did how did this happen? How old your twenty five, twenty, six and you just? Is it on a bulletin board someone because I it's Maher, Mar kind of brought you in right mark. How did you become friends with? Maher? who directed a movie a documentary which was a big documentary what the bleep do we know correct and? What the that's called about what the bleep do. We know what the bleep? BLEEP debris and. So, how did you meet him and then how did this happen? So I still have to get your copy of the book because it goes into much more detail, gourmet cigars, the book Scar Lucas Garner, and A. Lot more detail than. Vows especially about this part of my life which was. I think. You know not very long but was a real quest with the bleed read things like the artist's way Selah soon, prophecy it was in the beginning like spiritual journey had been and we watch tape or Glib and we loved it. Then boyfriend at the time was filmmaker. Got Us into a film festival where he was like you know a as a director. I said I'm coming with you because it was called the Spiritual Cinema Circle Festival at sea. Doesn't exist anymore it's run by an amazing manning, Steven Simon who directed what dreams may come Robin Williams right just as a really great guy anyway. Long story but the long short is the very first night. They sat me down with director what the bleep assigned seating. and. We had a conversation that change the trajectory of my life and and he told me about nexium ultimately. I Never Google the Denver checked into it. I just like well, I like him like with the bleep and he's telling me about this group of people that are. Working together to shift humanity like. This is it. I was looking for my purpose in landed on my lap. There's must be right..

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"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"The congress that is maybe you met somebody there that was really sweet and you like them, and now you're like, you have nothing in common. They are not that person I don't know is that the case Yeah I can think of a couple of people you'll name them. Yeah. Like for instance, if you found out all of a sudden a year later, you didn't hear from me and then you found out I went to prison for being a mass murderer. Nowhere to hide bodies. Yeah. They're all filled with posters here the whole house I don't i. really don't have any room for anybody's, but I mean I think something tells me that you gotTa know the people you're hanging around with you gotta but sometimes, you just don't sometimes you just don't know the darkest deepest secrets I wonder if Jeffrey Dahmer and by the way I'm not this is not an. Analogy, but maybe there's it's a bad analogy. But the people who Jeffrey Dahmer they might say was a little weird. He was little. But then I think he was like dissecting like animals and you know people cutting off their heads and keeping them in no, his father had no clue. Yeah I mean maybe there were signs but you don't look at them because you like there's no way. This is Jeff. This is old Jeff of two FS. He wouldn't do that. I. Would I'm trying to say is I never really knew alison I thought she was sweet she was easy to work with she was talented. And then you hear this and you're like, wow. But then I think I didn't really hang out with her a lot I didn't really know her I was initiated attention like every other actor like myself There are some things but never in a million years so. It tells me a lot of things. It tells me. That People can be manipulated depends your vulnerability how vulnerable are you how? How much do you want somebody to save you take you in protect you give you confidence. Make you love yourself. And at what cost I don't know this is Let's get inside of Sarah Edmonson. It's my pawn. You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rose Bah..

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"edmondson" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

08:03 min | 10 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"That creates a environment for example, is part of the training it was part of the. And Edit is was part of that. You know talk about Hollywood part of that mental model that you know. Grew up watching the movies where the leaders were the all-knowing all-seeing. Yeah. As a strong leader, you never admit that you made a mistake right except it doesn't work right I mean because we we all were all watching that leader and just saying. No right that so. candidate John F. Kennedy after the. Bay of Pigs, fiasco. Went on. National, TV. To to own it and to say you know basically I am sorry with my failure my fault. And at McNamara had said to him. Hey all know you're the president we've gotta protect your reputation all take it right all all fall on the sword. He said no you know fair. Success has many parents of failures in orphan. This one's mind right Ed and win leaders do that. They actually look strong right because they're able. They're big enough. To acknowledge and something that we all knew anyway yet that was pretty stupid. But. If you don't acknowledge it then then there's a kind of. Inference that you don't even. Understand your contributing to it. So I think that we've gone down a wonderfully deep a rabbit hole here in terms of the psychosocial aspects of all of this, and I don't know maybe a continuation of that may be a little bit of A. People are increasingly as we are right now due to the circumstances meeting of the through zoom and conducting meetings and doing business through various telecommunication devices, and as you know far better than I do there was already a big movement to this inside of the workplace. But I think there's no doubt that the pandemic has absolutely accelerated this process. How do any of the things that we've talked about during this conversation change or are impacted or modified by having to do all of this through screen? Well, the first thing to recognize is. Inherently harder to steal a sense or to create a synthesis ecological safety in a virtual team that in a face to face team because it is. Darn near impossible to kind of read the welcoming cues, those just those subtle things where people are. Nodding or or even just making sounds a small sounds of agreement. That's quite natural that you can't hear your people are on mute or even if they're not, it's just not. It's not that good and there's slight delays that make us less. You Know Mess A. We have less access to these cues right accused of belonging accused of of it's okay and so so yeah, there are real risks. Here of losing psychological safety even without. All stuff that's going on in the broader environment which THREATENS OUR GENERAL SENSE OF? Of of of confidence and and you know we're we're we're we're anxious in general about what's going to happen with. With disease with the with the economy so What that means is there is an even. Greater. Need and even responsibility to work harder to create. Psychological safety to create the invitation of for for people's input to kind of have that dialogue back and forth where people can. Can contribute and feel a part of something. I wanted to ask you about a couple other potential factors of that foster psychological safety in addition to what we've talked about so far since of frame embracing messengers of acknowledging fallibility asking for forgiveness and I thought about my own experience. With families and relationships where there's an emphasis on validation and you haven't spoken about that as a factor of psychological safety I'm kind of curious about that. She works mainly an organizational environments and then another kind of question I had is what do you do with people who disrupt psychological safety? It seems so two different questions first one. Yes. I. Think it's. Very important to validate the effort Fred because even even when you even when you're in a really truly great team, they're still a little bit of like maybe this this won't land right? Right. So I say something and if if if the if the response is At stupid right I'm, GONNA feel bad. No matter. You know who I am, but if the response is one that's interesting or or even. Get to your second question or even. Let's take that offline. That's what's. Important, not here not now, but but I, think it's very quick and very important to just be appreciative however whatever that means you know thank you. Expression of interest. Listening, maybe maybe kind of. Are you saying whatever just you matter that's the only thing that that's the only message that must get across I. Don't have to agree with you or take what you said as you know mission critical to this particular task, but I need to make sure. I indicate in some small way whether appear a manager that you matter. Now? that. Does not mean that we are. Did anyone in fact is exempt from the need for feedback. About the impact they're having, you know the the old Joe Hari Window where it's where there's essentially very high awareness of my intentions but by me right I know what my intentions are by the way they're good always. But I am almost necessarily blind or at least partially blind to the impact I have. So. If if you have someone who's blind, you help them across the street. So why would we you know if someone is being disrupted I'd say you know. Ninety nine times out of one hundred. They didn't mean to be disruptive like they didn't come in to sabotage the meeting. Right but they just they talked too much. They suck all the air out of the room or whatever it is. But you at least have to start with the assumption that they're blind. To the negative impact they're having, which means they need and deserve your feedback I'm not gonNA come out with a blanket prescription on where and when you do that can be right here right now like. Thanks Rick Let's. Let's hear from others right or can be interesting. They do. We'll take that off line or it can be whatever it is or if it's in a recurring when you say you've got people who are disruptive I think you've got to schedule a little bit of time to help them see that because your job is to make them better. You know and you, I. Think your job is to make them better whether you're their manager or their peer. Or even their subordinates If, you can find a way to on share. Insight that they don't have You've gotta find it. Amy There's a question that we asked most everyone who comes on the podcast. Curious what your answer to it is given all of your work on psychological safety and related factors. What's the most important thing that you do inside your own mind each day for your own wellbeing? Wow. That's a great question. In. It's probably.

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"edmondson" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

06:44 min | 10 months ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"Doesn't work right that the that that. A fund fundamentally selfishness feels emptier than feeling like part of. A group that matters whether that's a family or a team or A. an organization. I think we all have a deeper longing to be a part of something larger than ourselves. And Where that longing can bear most fruit is when we feel. Safe enough to bring ourselves resits paradox in a way because I want you to know and appreciate me. I WANNA be a part of us. So it's doing that authentically right I. It's not going to be I can imagine subsuming ego completely but not feeling if I can't feel safe to bring myself forward it's going it's going to be a little bit lonely. Yeah that makes total sense. I think that's a great framing of it. You a point earlier that. Teams that feel safe are the exception and not the rule and so. Something must be done to foster that and safety and I had a couple of reflections along the way here. On my way toward asking you. Okay. What are some other factors that foster safe? So you've named one so far clearly named only one kind of framing and a sense of mission relationship between. The quality of safety the goals of the organization and so forth. I. Point I've I've been thinking about. How fresh, what you're bringing up his in a Lotta ways applied in the realm of function more in which his. Informal groups. Medic relationships, we can think of any one of those really as teams and The qualities that you're talking about also can foster safety in those environments and second. I was thinking about my own family growing up to new my my parents who are no longer live very loving people very decent people came out of the depression and there were not a dull abusive and yet my family environment was not psychologically safe. Can My parents had a monopoly on expressed anger and a whole variety of other things and I i. think there's a category here where people might look around their organization, their relationship and say, well, it's not abusive as not like my bosses Darth Vader I'm not married to Dorothy. But was it not safe? So I wonder if we talk more about that including other qualities that people can do to to foster the sense of safety. This is so important and I think I grew up in the same family so West Covina Southern California for me. They say in my field social psychology especially that all researches Mesa. That you're this is what gets you interested in something is that lack of of safety. So again, you know you can you can be in an environment that looks. Very good and it really truly nothing abusive but feel very. Unsafe. In terms of expressing your true thoughts or your true self in some. Because your cells. Need Yeah, and they seem you might think there's something about your true self it's either not good enough or not. You know generous enough. You know the your selfishness is. Unacceptable of or something anyway. So yes. So I think it's Such an important point and and. Also the. Most of the environments I have studied most of the work environments I've studied are not with you know. Abusive bosses they do exist I've seen them. I've studied the, but you know most bosses are just. Following a playbook that Seems natural and might even seem to be described in the mid. Management Textbooks of old. And And but even the ones who think of themselves as. Very interested in what other thoughts may fail to recognize that your belief that that's who you are isn't necessarily going to be seen by others who report to you because they have their own mental models of what boss means which they bring from their family origin from their prior jobs. Right. So the very fact that you're might boss leads me to be a little bit afraid of you even though you've never done anything scary. and. So we we bring the baggage. And baggage is at odds with success in a knowledge environment knowledge economy. So So this is I. Think I'm so glad you brought this up because you know when? People listen or read my work or listen to this program. You know they could eat a well excerpt of interesting about other people but it doesn't apply to make It applies to all of us. I mean I think it applies I was I was. A tenured faculty member before I realized that. A doctoral student could be. Intimidated by me because I don't think of myself as intimidating at all. So I just but the position or the success or the whatever the role comes with its own. With its own baggage. So what does that mean that means that managers have to in order? You know if you're if you're sincere about creating an environment where? Ideas are heard critiques are revealed in time to do something useful. With them and so forth. You have to do more than just set the stage you literally have to go out of your way to issue. Invitations routinely for voice. By which I mean. In ordinary English. Ask. Questions. Ask Good questions at you as as a clinician you know what I mean by a good question because a good question isn't A yes. No question. It isn't a leading question. I'm right right. It's not a prosecutorial question. Do you realize what a mess you made here? Right, right exactly. Yeah. You know or you know when did you stop beating your wife right? It's it's a so good question is one that says I have to interrupt you I know right now for us having a moment where he's reviewing about ten interactions me in which I asked the wrong. Well. Hello No one's immune job one is admit acknowledged that you're a fallible who've been.

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Edmonton of the CFL decides to drop Eskimos, change its name

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Edmonton of the CFL decides to drop Eskimos, change its name

"Another team is changing its name and another one, maybe starting that process until they decide what to call themselves the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League What we've heard to themselves as E football team and Edmondson football team, the club says They'll keep their double the logo and green and gold colors. Meanwhile, Cleveland Indians players met with team owner Paul Dolan to discuss a potential name change. The club announced that there in the early stages to determine which way to go They've been called the Indians for 105 years.

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NHL asks fans to submit video cheers for playoffs

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

NHL asks fans to submit video cheers for playoffs

"In the NHL upon the restart. They're reaching out to fans, season ticket holders and saying record for us A 32nd clip of you cheering. And we could use that on a TV broadcast or in the stadium as well. There's going to be too hub cities both in Canada because it's way safer right now to be in Canada than the states. And that is badminton and Toronto. So that's going to hub cities. And all of the players will be staying there. Those two bubble cities ultimately Edmondson, I believe will host the Stanley Cup final, so the Toronto winner will go to admitting And To give you some juice inside the stadium. They're gonna have these clips of fans. It's gonna be on social media channels for the NHL as well. Now they're saying avoided paintings or posters of professional photography or art in your background. Because that could be a licensing issue if we played on TV also where your homegear Don't where other teams, other sports notable brands. Okay and You've gotta sign an electronic waiver for us to use this. But They're looking for some slow claps they're looking for. We want the cup chance Bruins fans have been asked to say to you. Ah! Or how they would dance. To shipping up to Boston by the Dropkick Murphys. There's

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NHL, players agree to resume season on August 1

FOX Sports Radio Weekends

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

NHL, players agree to resume season on August 1

"NHL will officially returned to play on August. The first playoff games will be held in Toronto for the Eastern team and Edmondson for the West

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New bill would make animal cruelty a federal felony

Lee Mathews

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

New bill would make animal cruelty a federal felony

"Late yesterday the U. S. house voted to pass the preventing animal cruelty and torture act HR seven twenty four which would make the most malicious of animal cruelty crimes including **** a felony on the federal level former Oklahoma Attorney General drew Edmondson and was instrumental in helping move the legislation and the support of his new animal well this national law enforcement council the bill led by representatives Ted Deutch and Werner Buchanan I'm sorry Verne Buchanan and senators Pat Toomey and Richard Blumenthal passed the Senate in twenty sixteen and again in twenty seventeen but the house previously failed to act so we're now extremely encouraged the hard

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"edmondson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"edmondson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Since i started working edmond senate is everyone in canada makes fun of edmondson everyone in edmondson makes front of calgary and everyone in calgary is too drunk to care pretty good anybody has ceo other but i have yet to tell a joke in calgary so i'm excited i hope they're not too drunk to enjoy that particular piece of algeria is it is it fun for you to play outside of big cities outside of distraught on vancouver absolutely and especially because we do dead pool in vancouver uh i did goon two in toronto and so i've done some film and television work on them of course stand up also in those bigger cities but you know i have yet to perform in winnipeg some really excited about that my favorite place to play in the united states are like appleton wisconsin omaha nebraska i think places where people either disregard how culturally you know into it they are and how much they love what obama did what do you mean the disregard how culturally into with there well i think it's probably different here but in oman in omaha nebraska everyone at omar's going you know why don't more people come and play our city as we were talking about the secondary maria will seared artists soy know that's not a market that i really would santa margaret at all it's omana browse goods albums in wisconsin and not only do they love it understand calmly but they really appreciate that people were coming through their city 'cause a lot of.

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