It’s finally here! My new podcast, OnCompassion with Dr. Nate is going live this month and I couldn’t be more thrilled.
Here’s what I said in the video:
Over the past year at Next Element we’ve really gained a lot of clarity around our purpose, which is to bring more compassion to every workplace around the world.
Our team at Next Element aren’t the only ones who care about compassion at work. When you look around there are so many incredible companies and leaders who are embracing real compassion not just because it’s the right thing to do, but also because it’s a lever for business success.
With this podcast I want to magnify the voices and wisdom of these leaders and give hope to anyone who is trying to combat the division and negativity so prevalent in our world today.
I spoke with Jody Horner, former CEO of Cargill Meat Solutions about the power of vulnerability in leadership.
Doug Conant shared how he turned around a failing Campbell’s Soup company by being tough-minded with standards, but tenderhearted with people.
Millie Ward shared the powerful compassion principles behind the success of her marketing firm, Stone Ward, that was recognized as one of Inc’ Magazine’s best places to work.
These are just a few of the guests I’ve already interviewed, each with a unique and inspiring message. My goal is to post one new episode per month.
Coming up I’ll be talking with Mark Miller, Vice President of high performance leadership for Chick-Fil-A and Stephen Trzeciak, author of Compassionomics, a book outlining the scientific evidence that caring really does make a difference.
With each episode my intention is to provide inspiring insights and practical tips for bringing more compassion to your life and work. I hope you enjoy them as much as I’ve enjoyed the conversations with my exceptional guests.
You can help me amplify the impact of OnCompassion by subscribing and sharing these podcasts with your tribe. Follow me on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram, and stay tuned to our Next Element Facebook page for notifications of new episodes.
If you know a leader who might be a good fit for OnCompassion, I’d love to know about it.
The world needs more compassion. My guests are doing something about it.