CNLP 443: Erin Meyer on Netflix’s No Rules Rules: Why Adequate Performance Gets You a Generous Severance Package, Talent Density, and How an Unlimited Vacation Policy Actually Works

Erin Meyer studied Netflix’s culture and shares the principles behind many of Reed Hasting’s radical ideas that have shaped Netflix’s culture: Why adequate performance gets you a generous severance package, talent density and how an unlimited vacation policy actually works. Welcome to Episode 443 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search…

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CNLP 440: John Mark Comer on Why We Believe Lies About Freedom, Sex, Truth and Culture, How the Left and the Right Fail, and the Way Forward for the Church

John Mark Comer returns to the podcast to update what’s happening in this cultural moment, why so many people inside and outside the church keep falling for cultural lies about sex, truth, freedom and culture, why the political left and right ultimately fail, and points to the way forward for the church. Welcome to Episode…

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CNLP 430: Amy Edmondson on How to Create a Psychologically-Safe Workplace and What to Do if You Don’t Work in One

Harvard Business School Professor and renowned business expert, Amy Edmondson, talks about the growing link between psychological safety at work and the results that high-performing teams accomplish. She details what psychological safety is, how to create a psychologically-safe workplace, and what to do if you don’t have one. Welcome to Episode 430 of the podcast. Listen…

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CNLP 417: Simon Sinek on Why the Church is Losing Ground, the Importance of Existential Flex and How Deep, Personal Crisis Spawned Start With Why

Simon Sinek unpacks his back story, including how his grandfather shaped him, how ADHD impacted his leadership and how a deep, personal crisis led to him developing the ideas behind Start With Why. Simon also talks about how existential flex is so important in a post-pandemic world, and why the church keeps losing ground. Welcome…

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