What are some common stories about entrepreneurship and innovation that actually hinder these pioneering pursuits? Why is trust so integral in the development and growth of entrepreneurship and innovation?
What is the relationship between vulnerability, play, and trust? What happens to team dynamics and performance when play is embraced as part of work instead of a bonus or afterthought?
What’s the relationship between inclusion, engagement, innovation, and trust? How can increasing Indigenous engagement in the economy create better opportunities and prosperity for all?
How can stories support actionable change in the nonprofit sector? Why is the relationship between a nonprofit executive director and their board chair so crucial to long-term success and stability and what are practical ways to strengthen this relationship?
What’s the connection between leadership, trust, and magic? What happens when we, as leaders, create more space for magic?
What’s the difference between being transparent and being intentionally transparent? How can you go about cultivating a culture of intentional transparency with all your stakeholders when transparency is extremely uncomfortable (at first)? Why is this effort worthwhile when it comes to building trust and resilience while reducing red tape and boosting innovation and creativity?
How do you move beyond the idea of belonging to take meaningful action that builds and repairs cultures and communities in a way that actually roots them in belonging? How do we build a future for young people that fits them versus asking them to fit the future?
How do you build a meaningful brand that’s relevant and resonates with your customers when you’re swimming in an ocean of content? How can you leverage storytelling and community to build the trust needed to design the future with your team and your customers?
How might your life be different if you made different choices? If you were given an opportunity to change and the support to do so? If you were given a second chance?
What is it like to make a documentary about a stigmatized subject? How do you trust in yourself when a project stretches on for years?