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Richard Rohr | Being Grounded at Work

11/30/2018
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Richard Rohr is a globally recognized ecumenical teacher who comes from the tradition of Christian mysticism. He has been called “one of the most popular spirituality authors and speakers in the world. Fr Rohr is a Franciscan priest and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. An author of over […]

Duration:00:39:41

Dr. John Izzo | Nurturing Purpose and Meaning at Work

10/31/2018
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Elizabeth McLeod, a millennial and cum laude graduate of Boston University, is the author of a letter that went viral on LinkedIn. She wrote the letter on behalf of millennials everywhere to “Management” everywhere. The letter was about the need for meaning at work. At the end of the letter, Elizabeth stated this, “I was […]

Duration:00:37:15

Collaborative Innovation | A Community Builds a Replicable Response to the Opioid Epidemic

9/30/2018
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The National Institute on Drug Abuse has noted that every day in the United States, 115 people die after overdosing on opioids. The drugs we are speaking about are prescription pain relievers, heroin and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl. It’s clear that this is a national crisis affecting the public health of our communities as […]

Duration:00:39:25

Angela Blanchard | Serving and Awakening Community Partners

8/23/2018
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In this episode of the Mission Innovation Podcast, we are in conversation with Angela Blanchard. Angela is President Emerita of BakerRipley, is a globally recognized expert practitioner in community development, disaster recovery, and effective long-term integration for immigrants and refugees. Blanchard’s breakthrough strategies have successfully revitalized neighborhoods by leveraging Houston’s diversity, while providing a powerful […]

Duration:00:40:21

Going Upstream | Impacting the Health of Vulnerable Children

7/31/2018
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This episode of Mission Innovation speaks to two leaders in two different states, impacting the health of vulnerable children. What does that look like, what are the stories, the challenges, what are the innovations that have helped? Our guests in this episode are Allen Sanchez, President of CHI St. Joseph’s Children in New Mexico and […]

Duration:00:35:55

New Ideas Advancing Mission

6/30/2018
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The Mission Innovation Podcast attended the Catholic Health Association Assembly, held on June 10-12, in San Diego. In this episode we asked a diverse group from different health systems and organizations across the country, “What is the new trend or idea that you are seeing that is advancing Mission?” Listen in to hear the different […]

Duration:00:47:43

Eric Handler | Feeding the Hungry: Innovation and Courage

5/25/2018
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Almost 1 in 7 Americans (12.9%) struggle with hunger, facing times when there is not enough money to buy food. That’s more than 41.2 million people. On any given day, one in ten people in Orange County, California, or about 315,000 people, including one in six children, are at risk of food insecurity, that is, […]

Duration:00:37:46

Margaret Wheatley | Building Community: The Need for Perseverance

4/17/2018
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“I’ve been in this process of figuring out what are the training needs; what do people need to know, learn and be if they are going to be a warrior for the human spirit” Since 1966, Margaret Wheatley has worked globally in many different roles, as a speaker, teacher, community worker, consultant, advisor, formal leader. […]

Duration:00:43:11

David Whyte | Half a Shade Braver: Facing the Unknown in Healthcare

3/19/2018
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“One of the necessities of courageous conversation in life is understanding that half of all of our conversations are mediated through loss and disappearance” David Whyte is a well-known international poet, philosopher and a scientist whose voice has helped us shape the meaning of workplaces and in turn become more authentic persons and leaders. In […]

Duration:00:39:53

Jack Shea | Storytelling as a Leadership Tool

2/28/2018
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“Its only in listening to someone else’s story, that I can enter into a life that isn’t my own” In this episode of the Mission Innovation Podcast we interview Jack Shea who is a theologian, a spiritual guide, a mentor, a poet and a wonderful storyteller. Storytelling seems to be a foundational aspect of being […]

Duration:00:40:29

Arthur W. Frank | Understanding Illness Stories: The Deeper Journey with Patients

1/31/2018
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Welcome to the Mission Innovation Podcast! In this episode titled Understanding Illness Stories: The Deeper Journey with Patients we are happy to have sociologist and author Dr. Arthur Frank in conversation with us. We explore how understanding the integration of a patient’s illness with their life story, of nurturing that curiosity of patient stories, will help […]

Duration:00:41:46