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Dare to be Naive: Harnessing the Good in Business and People

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Steve Boese Trish Steed

Steve Boese Trish Steed


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Dare to be Naive: Harnessing the Good in Business and People

Hosts: Steve Boese & Trish Steed

Guest: Joshua Berry, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Econic and Author of Dare to Be Naive

Today, we met with author Joshua Berry to talk about his new book, Dare to be Naive and its impact on people and the workplace. We explored the intricate dynamics of workplace culture and personal growth, looking at the concept of naivete in business leadership. We talked about the importance of trust and love in shaping workplace culture and examined the impact of Gen Z on workplace values and layoffs. We also shared our own personal journeys that have been influenced by the book. This episode looks at conventional wisdom and challenges listeners to embrace a more innovative and empathetic approach to leadership in the ever-changing world of work.

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