Episode: 027: To Infinity and Beyond


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027: To Infinity and Beyond

Topic: Introducing Infinite Earth Radio

In This Episode:0:19 Special announcement about the future of Equitable Opportunity Radio2:18 Introduction of Vernice Miller-Travis and Carl Schneebeck3:12 Carl reflects on the highlight moments of Equitable Opportunity Radio4:26 Carl and Michael discuss their new podcast project6:38 Vernice shares her insights on the last 6 months of Equitable Opportunity Radio8:50 Michael and Vernice discuss the vision and purpose of Infinite Earth Radio10:30 Michael discusses the important role of the Local Government Commission10:44 How you can switch over to Infinite Earth Radio

Take Away Quotes: “I think we’re on the cusp of another evolution of the potential of human organizations and how we can work together to bring really great things to our societies, to our communities, to the planet. Our podcast is going to explore how people are doing that. What are the techniques that great managers and great leaders are doing to tap that potential and to bring organizations to the next level?”

“We have had the opportunity to talk to some true visionaries who are just doing incredible work, but who are so generous about sharing the work that they’re doing and the learnings that they are experiencing, with as broad a cross section of folks as possible so that other communities can learn from the good things that are happening out there and they can be replicated in other places. This is a moment when we need a lot of inspiration and we have the privilege and will continue to talk to folk who can provide that inspiration.”

Resources:Infinite Earth Radio Website

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