Archive | 2015

Steve Jamison

Episode 112: Steve Jamison on Process Over Outcome, and How He Became a Co-author with John Wooden and Bill Walsh

In this episode of Meet Education Project, I talk to Steve Jamison, the foremost authority on the life and leadership of UCLA coach John Wooden, about the leadership lessons and strategies he learned from John Wooden and Bill Walsh, the differences between the two, their long-term success over time and many other things that have […]

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Eric Kapitulik

Episode 111: Eric Kapitulik on How to Do “One More” and Why “Shared Adversity” is the Key to Building Strong Teams

In this episode of MEP, our guest is Eric Kapitulik, Founder of The Program, a leadership and team development company. We talk about a pivotal moment in his life and how he turned it into something that resonates and is beneficial to others. He also talks about shared adversity, which is at the heart of developing great […]

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Episode 108: Kirtley Fisher and Karen George Recap Lessons Learned from TD4E (Teachers Design for Education)

In a previous episode of the Meet Education Project, Episode 029, our guests from the Business Innovation Factory (BIF), talked about the Teachers Design 4 Education project that they were starting at that time. Now, Kirtley Fisher and Karen George return for a recap of their project, sharing with us how the project went, what […]

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Matt Murrie

Episode 105: Matt Murrie, Executive Director and Chief Curiosity Curator at What If? 360

In this episode of the Meet Education Project, Matt Murrie, the Executive Director and Chief Curiosity Curator at What If? 360, talks about reinventing the way we look at conferences from being “sage on a stage” -type activities to more interactive, action-oriented engagements. Guest Bio: Matthew is an English professor and Coordinator of Innovation for […]

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