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- Debbie Madden, Stride CEO and founder
Sequoia | May 26th, 2020
Sequoia shares insights and guidance on what tech companies need to safely transition to a healthy and productive office.
Charlie O'Donnell | May 28th, 2020
Noted Venture Capitalist Charlie O'Donnell counsels entrepreneurs to remove their fear by acknowledging the possibility of defeat and realistically considering what it might look like. Get comfortable enough with failure, and you give yourself the best chance to avoid it.
Dr. Kerry Sulkowicz | June 4th, 2020
Dr. Kerry Sulkowicz, clinical professor of psychiatry and founder of Boswell Group LLC, speaks about the emotional aspects of the coronavirus pandemic, including how to lead organizations through the crisis.
Josh Seiden | June 9th, 2020
Joshua Seiden, co-author of "Sense & Respond" (Harvard, 2017) and "Lean UX" (O'Reilly, 2017), speaks about how to direct our efforts towards outcomes over output.
David Siegel | June 18th, 2020
David Siegel, CEO of Meetup, describes how Meetup was able to pivot its entire business when the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
Esther Derby | July 9th, 2020
Esther Derby, author, speaker, and teacher, talk about managing remotely. Some companies resorted to surveillance software to track clicks and keystrokes. But there is another approach. One that will serve us now AND when we have the option to be back in the office.
Diana Larsen | July 16th, 2020
Diana Larsen, author of "Agile Retrospective", makes the case that, like great art, agile team greatness comes from embracing limits.
Jeff Gothelf | August 6th, 2020
Jeff will cover how technology can enable tremendous gains but, when coupled with the uncertainty of human behavior, can often go awry.