Scrambled Eggs 16 – Adam Kahane

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 16, I spoke with Adam Kahane who wrote Facilitating Breakthrough: How to Remove Obstacles, Bridge Differences, and Move Forward Together.

We discussed the term ACTIVE LISTENING: A colleague preparing to interrupt.

These term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 15: Sue Unerman

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 15, I spoke with Sue Unerman who wrote Belonging: The Key to Transforming and Maintaining Diversity, Inclusion and Equality at Work.

We discussed the term LEVEL PLAYING FIELD: 1) The laughable concept that equal opportunity truly exists, regardless of gender or race.  2) Among executives, real concern about whether the club’s polo grounds have any divots that will require attention before Sunday’s match.

These term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 14: Jackie Fast

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 14, I spoke with Jackie Fast who wrote Rule Breaker: Rebellious Leadership for the Future of Work.

We discussed the term RISK TAKERS: A subspecies about as welcome at HQ as an infestation of fire ants.

These term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 13: Soo Bong Peer

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 13, I spoke with Soo Bong Peer who wrote The Essential Diversity Mindset: How to Cultivate a More Inclusive Culture and Environment.

We discussed the term MERITOCRACY: A mirror-tocracy reflecting the company’s preference for hiring and promoting people who look, think, and act like the people already in charge.

These term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 12: Martin Reeves & Jack Fuller

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 12, I spoke with authors Martin Reeves & Jack Fuller who wrote The Imagination Machine: How to Spark New Ideas and Create Your Company’s Future

The three of us discussed the terms ALIGNMENT: A rookie mistake, failing to recognize that being asked to “align” on something by a manager really means “to fall into line.”

and PIPELINE: The elongated version of a BLACK HOLE.

These terms and others can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 11: Sandy Schussel

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 11, I spoke with author Sandy Schussel who wrote Become a Client Magnet: 27 Strategies to Boost Your Client-Attraction Factor.

We discussed the term PROSPECTS: 1) Somebody with a pulse. 2) People with targets on their foreheads. 3) The next person to say “No.”

These terms and others can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 10: Maya Hu-Chan

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 10, I spoke with author Maya Hu-Chan who wrote Saving Face: How to Preserve Dignity and Build Trust.

We discussed the term RANK-AND-YANK: The sequel to Jaws, specifically the scene in which the Mayor of Amity insists it’s safe to go back into the water.

These terms and others can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 9: Zina Sutch

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 9, I spoke with author Zina Sutch who co-wrote Leading with Love and Laughter: Letting Go and Getting Real at Work.

We discussed the term BURN THE BOATS: Says the CEO, while watching from a distant yacht.

These terms and others can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 8: Eileen McDargh

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 8, I spoke with author Eileen McDargh who wrote Burnout to Breakthrough: Building Resilience to Refuel, Recharge, and Reclaim What Matters.

We discussed the term PASSION: The impetus one needs to go to work . . . and later to make a career change.

These terms and others can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs Episode 7: Ann Latham

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 7, I spoke with author Ann Latham who wrote The Power of Clarity: Unleash the True Potential of Workplace Productivity, Confidence, and Empowerment.

We discussed the term ETA: (Estimated Time of Arrival): Piloting a project on which one’s boss proves to be the hijacker.

These terms and others can be found in my new book: