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In Trust

By Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa
A weekly podcast about trust - how to build it, earn it, and restore it, and how it changes our lives in meaningful ways. New episodes every In Trust Tuesday!

In Trust episodes switch between host-led dives into single topics relating to trust and interviews with change-makers from around the world.

Your hosts are Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa, co-founders of Spotlight Trust. You can learn more about them and their Trust-Centered Leadership framework at spotlighttrust.com
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Putting People and Relationships First - Interview with Brian DeSimone - EP 16

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The Practical Path Forward Towards a Healthcare System that Deserves Our Trust - Cecilia Hardacker, Gabriel Maldonado, Jim Pickett, Ace Robinson - EP 20
The  time to remedy the failures of public health, our healthcare system, the research enterprise, and health policy-making is long overdue.  Research shows implicit bias impacts providers’ interactions with patients and has negative effects on the health of people of color. Centering the lived experiences of Black, Indigenous, Latino/a/x and other people of color, immigrants, and LGBTQ+ people is necessary as we course correct toward building and repairing relationships, fostering trust, and being trustworthy. This follow-up conversation to last week's episode explores the multifaceted approaches needed to remedy, and actions from small to big, individual to institutional, you can take to help shape a practical path forward towards transforming the healthcare system into one that earns and deserves our trust and provides high-quality, culturally literate, empathetic care to all. With lessons applicable to any leader in any industry, you won't want to miss this panel discussion. Originally recorded live on Monday, December 7, 2020. This is Part 2 of a 2-part conversation on Understanding and Addressing Medical Mistrust hosted by Spotlight Trust. This conversation contains a few swear words, FYI. Part 1 of this conversation explored the historical and current origins of medical mistrust and aired as episode 19 of In Trust. Learn more: https://spotlighttrust.com/medical-mistrust ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Show Notes: More on this two-part conversation on Understanding and Addressing Medical Mistrust Watch this conversation on YouTube Dr. David Malebranche PrEP Dr. Uche Blackstock U=U Positively Aware thebody.com Dave Bridgeforth and Omar Gonzales-Valentino of TruEvolution PrEP4Love Kaiser Family Foundation Callen-Lorde ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust
1:27:54
January 19, 2021
Medical Mistrust: From Past to Present - Shawn Demmons, Dr. Oni Blackstock, Dr. Cynthia A. Gomez - EP 19
Do you trust the healthcare system to provide YOU with the highest quality of care when you’re in need? This is a crucial question as medical mistrust is associated with negative health outcomes. COVID-19 has illuminated the deep inequities in healthcare access and health outcomes by race, gender, socio-economic status, and place. The medical mistrust experienced by many people of color, particularly among Black and Latino/a/x communities, creates enormous barriers. The time to remedy the failures of public health, our healthcare system, the research enterprise, and health policy-making is long overdue. Research shows implicit bias impacts providers’ interactions with patients and has negative effects on the health of people of color. Centering the lived experiences of Black, Indigenous, Latino/a/x and other people of color, immigrants, and LGBTQ+ people is necessary as we course correct toward building and repairing relationships, fostering trust, and being trustworthy. This is the first of a special two-part conversation on understanding and addressing medical mistrust. Featured panelists: Shawn Demmons, MPH | Capacity Building Assistance Manager, UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health Dr. Oni Blackstock | Physician; Researcher; Founder and Executive Director, Health Justice Cynthia A. Gómez. PhD | Professor Emerita, San Francisco State University Co-facilitated by: Shannon Weber, MSW | Founder and Executive Director, PleasePrEPMe; Social Entrepreneur; Author Rick Kitagawa | Co-founder, Spotlight Trust Originally recorded live on Monday, November 30, 2020. This is Part 1 of a 2-part conversation on Understanding and Addressing Medical Mistrust hosted by Spotlight Trust. Part 2 of this conversation explored a practical path forward toward equity and trust in healthcare and will be aired next week right here on In Trust. Learn more: https://spotlighttrust.com/medical-mistrust ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Show Notes: More on this two-part conversation on Understanding and Addressing Medical Mistrust Watch this conversation on YouTube Medical Apartheid by Harriet Washington The US Public Health Service Syphilis Study at Tuskegee Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIM&R) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The second of the two-part conversation titled: A Practical Path Forward Towards a Health Care System that Deserves Our Trust will be released on In Trust next week, so stay tuned and subscribe to make sure you don’t miss this valuable, solution-focused discussion. We hope to see you there. Learn more: https://spotlighttrust.com/medical-mistrust
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January 12, 2021
Bringing Forward Trusted Insights for 2021 - Recap of 2020 - EP 18
Today we’ve got a special episode of In Trust for you where we’re sharing some clips from our 2020 interviews where our guests offered insights we want to be sure to bring forward with us into 2021. We’d love to hear from you - what were some of your favorite insights from the podcast this year?  Leave us a voice message over here as we want to hear from you, our trusted audience. Listen and enjoy this recap where are thoughtful guests offer leadership lessons that can help propel us forward in this new year. Show Notes: Episode 2 - Building Amazing Products Through Trust with Ryan Flahive Episode 4 - The Long and the Short of Collaboration with Jen Waldman and Peter Shepherd Episode 5 - Leading at the Frontiers of Science with Sean Lee Episode 7 - Reinventing Yourself by Building Trust with Yunzhe Zhou Episode 8 - The Real Skills Needed for Success with Stacy Richards Episode 9 - Building Boundaries for a Better Future with Shannon Weber Episode 10 - Creating a More Meaningfully Connected World with Kat Vellos Episode 11 - Difference-Making Through Trust with Scott Perry Episode 12 - Better Leaders, Better Communities with Danny Bauer Episode 13 - Building Big Ideas Through Trust with Rebecca Kirstein Resch Episode 14 - Trusted Parenting During Pandemics with Dr. Robert Zeitlin Episode 15 - Leadership, Collaboration, and Trusting Yourself with Mike Lyndon Episode 16 - Putting People and Relationships First with Brian DeSimone Episode 17 - Turning Dreams Into Reality with Massimiliano Freddi ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust If you missed out on the panel conversations we hosted late last year, fret not dear listener, as we’ll be releasing these crucial conversations about both the historic and contemporary origins of medical mistrust as well as potential solutions to addressing this issue. The first of the two-part conversation titled: Medical Mistrust: From Past to Present will be released on In Trust next week, so stay tuned and subscribe to make sure you don’t miss this valuable discussion. We hope to see you there.
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January 5, 2021
Turning Dreams Into Reality - Interview with Massimiliano Freddi - EP 17
How do you find the trust needed to turn your dreams into reality, especially when they're as ambitious as building your own adventure park? What does it take to design experiences people truly love?  Hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa explore the answers to these questions and many more in this extended conversation with Massimiliano Freddi (who we like to call Max), a design professor, entrepreneur, coach, consultant, and CEO of Wonderwood, a family adventure park in the picturesque Lake Maggiore region of Italy.  We talk about a wide-range of topics including Max's deep care for his customer's experience, exclusion and belonging, building trust with yourself and others, and four practical steps you can follow to turn your own big dreams into reality. Show Notes: Massimiliano Freddi on LinkedIn Max on Facebook Wonderwood.it Lake Maggiore Leolandia IAAPA - the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Disneyland’s dark rides Grease The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert altMBA IKEA The Rocky Horror Picture Show ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have created the practical playbook for building trust at scale.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/playbook
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December 29, 2020
Putting People and Relationships First - Interview with Brian DeSimone - EP 16
How do you build trust with someone within the first few minutes of meeting them?  What does working as a photographer, a bartender, and an entrepreneur have in common? Hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa get the answers to these questions and many more in this deeply personal conversation with Oakland, California-based, award-winning photographer and brand designer Brian DeSimone. Brian is all about putting people and relationships first, and drops a masterclass in building relationships. You don’t want to miss out on this powerful, inspiring conversation whether you work on the front lines or in the C-suite. Enjoy! Show Notes: BrianDeSimone.com @briandesimonephotography on Instagram Akimbo Workshops Dana Ray, communication consultant ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have created the practical playbook for building trust at scale.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/playbook
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December 22, 2020
Leadership, Collaboration, and Trusting in Yourself - Interview with Mike Lyndon - EP 15
How do you build trust in yourself in hyper-competitive industries that rely on subjective assessments?  How can you build collaboration in this same environment? How do you trust yourself to succeed? In this episode, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa speak with visual effects supervisor Mike Lyndon. He's also a problem-solver, storyteller, artist, Visual FX superstar, and reimagineer of education. Mike offers a ton of mic-drop moments in this interview.   While this is a must-listen to any creative looking to make a living off their craft, Mike's advice applies to pretty much anyone seeking to make a difference.   Enjoy! Show Notes: Mikelyndon.online @mike_lyndon on twitter Tangent Animation altMBA ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have created the practical playbook for building trust at scale.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/playbook
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December 15, 2020
Trusted Parenting During Pandemics - Interview with Dr. Robert Zeitlin - EP 14
It's tough being a parent in a pandemic, let alone three different ones.  How do you manage your kids while you're managing your job?  How do employees, regardless of parenting status, deal with outdated management philosophies in this new world of work?   In this episode, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa speak with positive psychologist Dr. Robert Zeitlin. For the last 20 years, he’s been helping parents raise kick-ass kids. In fact - he wrote the book on it - Laugh More, Yell Less: A Guide to Raising Kick-Ass Kids. He’s also the author of But I’m Not a Teacher: A Parent’s Guide to Learning Under Lockdown. This episode has time travel, practical tips for managing the winter holidays in this time of triple pandemic, parsing intuition from the lizard brain, and a reimagination of what a school can be, so you won’t want to miss this one. Enjoy! Show Notes: Robertzeitlin.com Dr. Robert Zeitlin’s books, Laugh More, Yell Less: A Guide to Raising Kick-Ass Kids and But I’m Not a Teacher: A Parent’s Guide to Learning Under Lockdown @drrobertzeitlin on Instagram @drrobertzeitlin on Medium Positive Parenting 101 on Pinterest ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have created the practical playbook for building trust at scale.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/playbook
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December 8, 2020
Building Big Ideas Through Trust - Interview with Rebecca Kirstein Resch - EP 13
How can we break out of the mold if we're not exposed to any other ways of being?  How do we become the best versions of ourselves and bring big ideas to life? We’re excited to bring you this episode's conversation with all-around super connector Rebecca Kirstein Resch - CEO and founder of Inqli.  She’s on a mission to make new ideas and technology work in the service of and for people and is a trailblazer in the social impact space.  Rebecca is an inspiring, purpose-driven leader, and we’re so happy to bring this conversation to you. Show Notes: Inqli website - get on their list to get updates on the change Rebecca and her team are making Rebecca on LinkedIn ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust Whether you work in the healthcare system or rely on it, join us on Monday November 30 and Monday December 7 to learn about the origins of medical mistrust, the many ways it persists today, the multifaceted approaches needed to remedy, and actions you can take to help shape a practical path forward towards transforming the healthcare system into one that earns and deserves our trust and provides high-quality, culturally literate, empathetic care to all. Learn more and sign up at: spotlighttrust.com/medical-mistrust
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December 1, 2020
Better Leaders, Better Communities - Interview with Danny Bauer - EP 12
What does it mean to lead a community, and how does one do that effectively? In this episode of In Trust, we’re super jazzed to bring you this conversation with Danny Bauer, Chief Ruckus Maker over at Better Leaders, Better Schools.  This mastermind of educational masterminds makes Rick laugh more than in any other episode and brings authenticity, compassion, and wisdom to the crucial conversation about finding one’s tribe and building better communities. Show Notes: Dannybauer.world - Danny’s new project Seth Godin - Stop Stealing Dreams, Purple Cow Austin Kleon’s Steal Like An Artist Danny’s video of him dancing to ‘Shout!’  Michael Smith - Graphic Designer Betterleadersbetterschools.com - the podcast and everything around education @alienearbud on Twitter @alienearbud on Instagram ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust Whether you work in the healthcare system or rely on it, join us on Monday November 30 and Monday December 7 to learn about the origins of medical mistrust, the many ways it persists today, the multifaceted approaches needed to remedy, and actions you can take to help shape a practical path forward towards transforming the healthcare system into one that earns and deserves our trust and provides high-quality, culturally literate, empathetic care to all. Learn more and sign up at: spotlighttrust.com/medical-mistrust
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November 24, 2020
Difference-Making Through Trust - Interview with Scott Perry - EP 11
How do we make a difference in the world?  How do we create a legacy? In this episode of In Trust, we’re excited to bring you this conversation with Scott Perry, Chief Difference-Maker at Creative on Purpose and the author of the Amazon top-selling book Endeavor and the soon-to-be-released Onward (Pre-order today!). In this conversation we dive deep into practical ways to build trust with yourself, as well as why that trust is so necessary to make the difference in the world that you want to make. Show Notes: Scott's Website: https://www.creativeonpurpose.com/ Creative on Purpose on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeonpurpose/ Get Scott’s latest book, Onward: Where Certainty Ends, Possibility Begins - https://www.amazon.com/Onward-Where-Certainty-Possibility-Begins-ebook/dp/B0859MN7PK Get Scott’s otherbooks - https://www.amazon.com/Scott-Perry/e/B018PDGWLE?ref_=dbs_p_ebk_r00_abau_000000 Seth Godin The Marketing Seminar - part of the Akimbo Workshops David Whyte - poet, speaker, philosopher, evolutionary scientist Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe - scientist, philosopher, poet ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust Whether you work in the healthcare system or rely on it, join us on Monday November 30 and Monday December 7 to learn about the origins of medical mistrust, the many ways it persists today, the multifaceted approaches needed to remedy, and actions you can take to help shape a practical path forward towards transforming the healthcare system into one that earns and deserves our trust and provides high-quality, culturally literate, empathetic care to all. Learn more and sign up at: spotlighttrust.com/medical-mistrust
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November 17, 2020
Creating a More Meaningfully Connected World - Interview with Kat Vellos - EP 10
Why can it be so difficult to make new friends as an adult?  How do we build connection with friends (old and new) in a time of social distancing? In this episode of In Trust, we’re excited to bring you the fabulous work of Kat Vellos, a seasoned UX designer, connection coach, facilitator, community creator, illustrator, and speaker, and the author of “We Should Get Together: The Secret to Cultivating Better Friendships” and “Connected From Afar: A Guide for Staying Close When You're Far Away.” This conversation dives deep into building connection, so listen, learn, and enjoy! Show notes: We Should Get Together: The Secret to Cultivating Better Friendships - Kat's 1st book Connected From Afar: A Guide for Staying Close When You're Far Away - Kat's 2nd book Weshouldgettogether.com - Kat’s hub for her Connection Club and writing workshops Katvellos.com - For those interested in booking Kat for speaking or consulting @katvellos_author on Instagram ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have created the practical  playbook for building trust at scale.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/playbook
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November 10, 2020
Building Boundaries for a Better Future - Interview with Shannon Weber - EP 09
How do you lead effectively through crisis and care for your people without burning out? How do you start building trust in yourself when you're exhausted and afraid? In this episode, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa speak with Shannon Weber, a social entrepreneur, coach, facilitator, and author.  Essential listening for any leader, especially those who care (sometimes too much), this conversation looks at boundaries, medical mistrust, and what it looks like to earn trust from those we seek to serve. Enjoy! Show notes: Xoshannonweber.com - Shannon’s corner of the internet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c84x6dxSGnI - Shannon’s TEDx Talk about Love Notes Showuphard.com - Shannon’s website for her book, Show Up Hard with a free 30-day e-course LoveU2.org - Shannon’s LoveU2 project Emergent Strategy - by Adrienne Marie Brown ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have created the practical playbook for building trust at scale.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/playbook
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November 3, 2020
BONUS HALLOWEEN EPISODE - Broken Expectations - EP 08.5
We’ve got a special Halloween episode of In Trust… it's a little bit of trick, but mostly treat. Broken expectations can cause all sorts of problems, whether you are a freestyle rapper, or a leader seeking to make change.  In this host-led bonus episode, let Rick’s story about ‘House Mouse’ segue into what it means to break expectations, and how difficult it can be to build up trust when those expectations are broken. Show Notes: Rick’s creepy art 5 Facets of Trust ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have the practical playbook for building trust at scale.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/playbook
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October 31, 2020
The Real Skills Needed for Success - Interview with Stacy Richards - EP 08
What are the real skills central to success, especially as a young person looking to grow and thrive in a time of quarantine? In this episode, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa speak with Stacy Richards, a recovering attorney, sales leader, mom of two college students, and coach for young people.  Whether you consider yourself a young person or not, Stacy's wisdom and experience shine in our conversation as she details the power of mentors, putting action and execution over results, and the real skills that true leaders need if they want to be successful.  Enjoy!  Show notes: altMBA.com OysterReefCoaching.com - Don’t forget there are two R’s! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have the practical playbook for building trust at scale.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/playbook
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October 27, 2020
Reinventing Yourself by Building Self-Trust - Interview with Yunzhe Zhou - EP 07
How do you go about building self-trust, especially if you're looking to try something completely new or even to switch careers? In this episode, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa speak with Yunzhe Zhou, a creative and business coach who helps Asian Americans become the CEO of their lives.  Anyone who is looking to make a shift in their life and build self trust can really gain a lot from Yunzhe's wisdom, and we talk about her unique take on side projects as well as turning failures into success and the three practical steps anyone looking to switch careers should be taking. Show notes: Yunzhe Zhou on LinkedIn ARTS podcast - Asian Redefining Their Success Side Projects! - YunzheZhou.com  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have a new free resource - a  practical guide on how to build trust even through a video call.   Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/charisma
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October 20, 2020
Face it 'til you make it - In Trust host conversation - EP 06
We've all heard of faking it until we make it, but in this episode we offer a new take: Face it until you make it. Hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa dive into impostor syndrome and self-doubt, how facing your fears is always the fastest route to success, and offer some practical challenges to building up self-trust.   Show notes: Amy Cuddy's TEDTalk on Power Posing ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust The founders of Trust-Centered Leadership have a new free resource - a practical guide on how to build trust even through a video call.  Download your free copy at spotlighttrust.com/charisma
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October 13, 2020
Leading at the Frontiers of Science - Interview with Sean Lee - EP 05
How do you lead when you're pressing forward into unknown territory? In this episode, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa sit down with Sean Lee, Head of External Relations for TRIUMF, Canada's premier particle accelerator lab.  Sean drops a masterclass on leading when you're pushing against the edges of innovation. We also touch on accountability, sustainability, parenthood, and how struggle is an important part of growing as a leader. Show notes: TRIUMF TRIUMF on Instagram TRIUMF on Facebook TRIUMF on Twitter Sean Lee on LinkedIn ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Reimagining Remote Virtual Studio The most comprehensive, people-centered program for leading a virtual work experience that builds trust, belonging, and engagement.  The next session starts October 25th, but spots are limited and pricing goes up soon, so enroll today at spotlighttrust.com/reimagining-remote
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October 6, 2020
The long and the short of collaboration - Interview with Jen Waldman and Peter Shepherd - EP 04
How do you fast-track trust when collaborating?   In this episode, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa sit down with Jen Waldman and Peter Shepherd, leaders, coaches, creatives, and co-hosts of The Long and the Short of It podcast.  In this episode you'll learn how the two of them began collaborating, videoconferencing as an equalizer, and advice from Barack Obama. Show notes: The Long and the Short of It podcast Jen + Pete’s Big Ideas Lab More about Jen Waldman More about Peter Shepherd The Long and The Short Of It Community’s Facebook Group Jen’s Instagram: @jenwaldman Pete’s Instagram: @peteshepherd_ Esther Perel The altMBA ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Reimagining Remote Virtual Studio The most comprehensive, people-centered program for leading a virtual work experience that builds trust, belonging, and engagement.  The next session starts October 25th, but spots are limited and pricing goes up soon, so enroll today at spotlighttrust.com/reimagining-remote
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September 29, 2020
Where do you give your attention? - In Trust host conversation - EP 03
Attention is really deciding where you focus is. Do you give in to the shiny distractions? If so, what message does that send to others? Hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa dive into attention, distraction, and practical ways to make sure that distractions aren't breaking trust.   Show notes: Does this need to be a meeting? Find out using this FREE app. Running Man - Korean variety TV show Meeting statistics ~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Sponsored by: Reimagining Remote Virtual Studio The most comprehensive, people-centered program for leading a virtual work experience that builds trust, belonging, and engagement.  The next session starts October 25th, but spots are limited and pricing goes up soon, so enroll today at spotlighttrust.com/reimagining-remote
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September 22, 2020
Building amazing products through trust - In Trust Interview with Ryan Flahive - EP 02
How do you build great, remarkable products that resonate with your customers? In this episode, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa sit down with Ryan Flahive, a dad, entrepreneur, podcaster, learning technology & publishing executive with deep experience in higher education, workforce development, and social impact. Show notes: Ryan's podcast: Climate Changers Podcast Ryan's solution for carnivorous environmentalists: Cowtipping.co Ryan's main gig: SimTutor Connect with Ryan: Ryan's LinkedIn profile Ryan's personal website: RyanFlahive.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Sponsored by: Reimagining Remote Virtual Studio The most comprehensive, people-centered program for leading a virtual work experience that builds trust, belonging, and engagement.  The next session starts October 25th, but spots are limited and pricing goes up soon, so enroll today at spotlighttrust.com/reimagining-remote
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September 22, 2020
Checking in or checking up? - In Trust host conversation - EP 01
Are you checking in on people, or are you checking up on people?   In the first episode of In Trust, hosts Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa of Spotlight Trust dive into the difference between the two, and offer practical ways of connecting with your team.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sponsored by: Reimagining Remote Virtual Studio The most comprehensive, people-centered program for leading a virtual work experience that builds trust, belonging, and engagement.  The next session starts October 25th, but spots are limited and pricing goes up soon, so enroll today at spotlighttrust.com/reimagining-remote
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September 22, 2020
In Trust - Trailer 1
The trailer for the In Trust podcast, hosted by Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa. In Trust launches September 22, everywhere you get your podcasts!  
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September 14, 2020