By: Mark Bidwell
Caroline is the CEO of Sevenshift, a firm that shows people how to leverage behavioral science to improve their working life. Caroline is also the author of How To Have A Good Day, which has been published in 16 different languages, in more than 60 countries. Some of the topics Mark and Caroline cover on this week’s show are: The secret manifesto Caroline has hidden in the book, which is shared by the Innovation Ecosystem, the 100-plus tools Caroline uses, all of which are scientifically proven, and operate independent of context, culture, or industry, and what you can do to hack reality in service of having a good day.
Welcome to this week’s episode of the Innovation Ecosystem podcast, where Mark Bidwell and Roddy Millar interview remarkable and thought-provoking guests about innovation, leadership and change in the world of business.
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Listen to ‘Hacking Reality’ with Caroline Webb
Caroline Webb is a management consultant, economist and renowned leadership coach who has worked with hundreds of organizations to help their employees be more productive, energized, and successful – first as a Partner at McKinsey, where she continues to serve as a Senior Advisor, and now as CEO of her own firm, Sevenshift. She specializes in showing people how to transform their life and work for the better by applying insights from the behavioral sciences: behavioral economics, psychology and neuroscience. Her book on that topic, How to Have a Good Day: Harness the Power of Behavioral Science to Transform Your Working Life (Crown Business, Feb 2016), has been hailed as one of the “top must-read business books of 2016” by both Inc. and Forbes, was described by Fortune as one of their top 5 “business books to learn from”, and has won plaudits from publications as diverse as the Financial Times, TIME magazine, and Cosmopolitan.
Mark Bidwell has extensive experience catalyzing and driving change in a variety of marketing and leadership roles at market-leading companies such as BP Oil, The Hay Group, and Syngenta, where I lhe the creation and development of a $2bn Specialty Crops business unit. Mark’s initial exposure to disruptive innovation involved launching London’s first home-delivery supermarket, followed by introducing the first web-based consulting product to European clients in 1995, which formed the basis of a business that today generates revenues approaching $150m.
Through the innovation ecosystem show, Mark and Co-founder Roddy Millar bring you key insights, fresh perspectives, and proven tools you can use straight away to make you more successful professionally and personally.