We reimagine businesses as places where we touch and improve human lives rather than simply making money. Through expert commentary and thought-provoking interviews, we explore the intersection of corporate responsibility, profitability, environmentalism, social justice, and positive psychology. Through it all, we seek to answer the question: How can we create sustainable businesses that make the world a better place? Learn more about us and get in touch at osiolsabs.com.
The word “leadership” is thrown around a lot. We’ve been talking about it a fair amount on this podcast as well. But what does that mean? For many people, it means a formal position or title, but is that really leadership? We’re going to look at what leadership means to a couple of people at our company who have different roles and experiences to see what we can find about the ways we think about leadership.
In this episode Addi and Amber talk about Margaret Wheatley's book Who Do We Choose To Be? Facing Reality, Claiming Leadership, Restoring Sanity. The title is a mouthful and the content lives up to the big name. It's a pretty sobering look at the failure of civilization around us, and it also shows a path forward for creating "islands of sanity" through brave and compassionate leadership.
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In this episode we have special quest Sarah Maurer join us to talk about Long COVID and how that affects people’s lives, especially when it comes to work. What is it? What does it do? What do businesses need to be aware of to help their Long COVID employees?
Sarah is a certified breath worker, hypnotist, and integrative life coach. She is an ultra runner who is recovering from Long COVID and the creator of the forthcomin...
In this episode our team (Ashley, Blake, Joe, and Addi) talks about our takeaways and recommendations from the book Beloved Economies by Jess Rimington and Joanna Levitt Cea. We also dig into what changes we could be making in our own company.
In the book there is a quote explaining the title. “A beloved economy comes from treating with care and reverence “the autonomous power of everyone’s story,” and from each of us bein...
A lot of classic business culture uses the lexicon of competitive conflict; a lot of terms derive from war and sports. These are considered classic examples of leadership and the analogies and metaphors are thick. So it’s interesting to read Abby Wambach’s Wolfpack, where she takes lessons learned from the top echelons of competitive soccer to turn classic leadership rules on their heads. In this episode Blake and I share our takes...
Starting a podcast is its own special journey. I’ve hosted podcasts in the past, but this is the first time I started one from scratch. It’s been a little bumpier of a road than I anticipated. In this short episode I thought I’d share the experience, as well as talk a little more about why I started all of this to begin with, and how someone stole our original name out from under us.
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Welcome to the first episode of our podcast. You'll get to know a few people on our team and a bit about what we're doing as we explore company values. A lot of companies talk about values, but what are they really for, and how do company values relate to our own personal values? We share our own stories and thoughts about it.
You can read our values in our public Osio Labs Employee Handbook.
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