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Seize the Moment Podcast

Oct 17, 2021

On episode 106, we welcome  back management consultant Ryan Stelzer to discuss the importance of the active inquiry process known as ‘Think, Talk, Create’; the perils of solely focusing on data and profit, or ‘the quantitative mindset’; the New York Islanders and why moving to Brooklyn was a bad decision; creating psychological safety and long-term perspectives of profit; the exponential increase of CEO compensation over the past three decades; incentivizing CEOs to become more focused on their employees and the communities their companies serve; Marx’s concept of ‘alienation’ and how people become disconnected from their work; reconceptualizing stakeholders more broadly and including customers and employees; and the myth that all corporations are evil.

Ryan Stelzer is a management consultant, executive coach, entrepreneur and author who co-founded Strategy of Mind, alongside David Brendel, MD. Ph. D.,  to build high-performing, human teams. Ryan served at The White House as a Presidential Management Fellow during the Obama Administration, where his team was responsible for improving and sustaining high levels of performance across federal agencies. His new book, co-authored with Dr. David Brendel, is called Think Talk Create: Building Workplaces Fit for Humans.

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