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 414: Tim Keller on Rethinking His Beliefs About Suffering, What Cancer is Teaching Him, How Culture is Changing and the Future of the Church

Tim Keller shares some personal reflections about his recent battle with pancreatic cancer and how it’s causing him to rethink his beliefs about God and suffering, drawing him even more deeply into truths he used to only partially understand. Tim also reflects on what a year of crisis has done to the church, and shares…

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CNLP 411: Ian Morgan Cron Explains How Your Enneagram Type Responds to Chronic Stress and the Difference Between Fake Authenticity and True Vulnerability

After a year of leading through constant crisis, how are leaders supposed to cope? Ian Morgan Cron and Carey catch up on how each Enneagram type reacts under stress and the difference between fake or strategic authenticity and true vulnerability. Welcome to Episode 411 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search…

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