Curious Public is all about questions and conversation. It is a place to gather together for intentional, real-time dialogue about issues and ideas. Hosted and produced by James Shelley in tandem with friends from the city of London, Canada.
Leadership and Uncertainty: Stay the Course03/07/2020 Duración: 53min
The clarity comes from the conviction one is doing the right thing. The liberation comes in accepting that this is enough. (In conversation with Jeremy Nathan Marks, Matt Ross, AnnaLise Trudell, and Leslee Whiteye.)
Leadership and Uncertainty: The Necessity of Discomfort23/06/2020 Duración: 01h07min
If I am not willing to be personally uncomfortable, do I have the right to claim that I am listening? (In conversation with Arielle Kayabaga, Tracy Langelaan, Patrick Rhone, and Javeed Sukhera.)
Leadership and Uncertainty: Standing Still and Moving Forward09/06/2020 Duración: 52min
Tanaz Javen, Gracen Johnson, Kate Graham, Sameer Vasta, and Thomas Peace explore some of the ideas and questions that emerge at the intersection of leadership and uncertainty.
Leadership and Uncertainty: Peddling Honesty01/06/2020 Duración: 58min
Kendra Ferris, Janet Frood, Melissa Malony, Maxwell Smith, and Julian Summerhayes discuss leadership and uncertainty. As a leader, how do you engender a sense of legitimacy and accountability when you do not have a clear sense about the way forward?
Leadership and Uncertainty: Hugging Agility28/05/2020 Duración: 01h01min
A conversation with Mojdeh Cox, Scott Hill, Paul Nesbitt-Larking, Heenal Rajani, and Susan Toth about uncertainty—touching on predictability, social class, privilege, and some of the limitations of describing uncertainty as opportunity.
Leadership and Uncertainty: Memory Keepers of the Unpredictable24/05/2020 Duración: 57min
This is the first episode in a series of informal conversations exploring the intersection of leadership and uncertainty. Thanks to Melanie-Anne Atkins, James Chan, Jinal Shah, and Sienna Taylor for such a compelling discussion.
The Colonizer and the Colonized12/06/2018
In this episode, Jeremy Nathan Marks and I discuss reading The Colonizer and the Colonized by Albert Memmi for our book club.
But I’m not doing anything wrong!05/06/2018
This conversation was prompted by imaging responses to the comment, “I’m not doing anything wrong, so why should I worry about privacy?” This episode was recorded at Innovation Works on Thursday, May 24, 2018, with Emma Blue, Stuart Clark, Laura Camarra, Chris Gittings, and Jim Rule.
Pamphlets and Dialogues: On Facilitating Peace28/05/2018
In this conversation, Jeremy Nathan Marks and I discuss his new endeavour to crowd-source a pamphlet — and a broader dialogue — about the nature of peace.
An Interrogation of ‘Reconciliation’10/05/2018
This is a podcast about ‘reconciliation’ in Canada. We’re thinking about reconciliation in quotation marks because we want to critically analyze the narratives, power dynamics, potential pitfalls, practices, and consequences unfolding around us.