Personalization Outbreak

#28: Daily Life Metaphors that Inspire Thought Leadership

April 28, 2021 Glenn Llopis Season 2 Episode 28
Personalization Outbreak
#28: Daily Life Metaphors that Inspire Thought Leadership
Chapters
2:58
Context specific solutions
5:08
Fail fast and fail forward
10:54
The paradox of personalization
13:05
Creating relevant communities
16:20
Scaping forced authenticity
20:51
Lessons from music
26:44
Removing the distortions
31:00
Keeping students close
33:33
Antithesis of leadership
Personalization Outbreak
#28: Daily Life Metaphors that Inspire Thought Leadership
Apr 28, 2021 Season 2 Episode 28
Glenn Llopis

In this episode, we talk about the need to start incorporating calculated risks and helping people be comfortable with failure – while delivering solutions with limited recourses. Our guest, Brad Williams, is the President of El Centro Campus at Dallas College. Brad has also served as the president at Oklahoma state university and his background involves communication, marketing, and music. Together, we discuss how can technology augment – not replace – one’s guide in the pursuit of their own truth and the process of marshaling resources in a way that help people where they want to get to.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In this episode, we talk about the need to start incorporating calculated risks and helping people be comfortable with failure – while delivering solutions with limited recourses. Our guest, Brad Williams, is the President of El Centro Campus at Dallas College. Brad has also served as the president at Oklahoma state university and his background involves communication, marketing, and music. Together, we discuss how can technology augment – not replace – one’s guide in the pursuit of their own truth and the process of marshaling resources in a way that help people where they want to get to.

Context specific solutions
Fail fast and fail forward
The paradox of personalization
Creating relevant communities
Scaping forced authenticity
Lessons from music
Removing the distortions
Keeping students close
Antithesis of leadership