Laura Zarrow with Tricia Brouk on how to be a great storyteller across different mediums
Tricia Brouk, Executive Producer of TEDxLincolnSquare, talks with Laura Zarrow about her career in theater, film and television, and how to be a great storyteller across different mediums. Tricia Brouk is an award-winning director, writer for theater, film and television. In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, she applies her expertise to the art of public speaking. She’s the executive producer of TEDxLincolnSquare and has choreographed Black Box on ABC, The Affair on Showtime, Rescue Me on Fox, and John Turturro’s Romance and Cigarettes, where she was awarded a Golden Thumb Award from Roger Ebert. The series she directed, Sublets, won Best Comedy at the Vancouver Web-Festival. The documentary short she directed and produced This Dinner is Full, was official selection at The New York Women in Film and Television Short Festival, as well as the NYC Independent Film Festival. She also hosts The Big Talk a podcast on iTunes, where interviews people who talk for a living as well as curates and directs a national speaker salon. Tricia on The Speaker Salon: https://vimeo.com/274046109 Aired on August 1, 2018
Life After the Pandemic: Preparing for What Comes Next with Morra Aarons-Mele
Morra Aarons-Mele is the founder of the award-winning social impact agency Women Online, host of The Anxious Achiever podcast, and author of the best-selling book Hiding in the Bathroom: An Introvert's Roadmap to Getting Out There (When You'd Rather Stay Home). She joins Laura for an honest conversation about work and life during the pandemic, and preparing for what comes next. They share suggestions for managing panic, anxiety, and grief; tips for embodying warm, competent, and honest leadership at home and "at" work; and the steps we can all take to move forward through uncertainty. Originally aired with Host Laura Zarrow on May 7, 2020 on SiriusXM's Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School, Channel 132.
Sustainable Work-Life Integration for Parents and Partners with Stew Friedman
The challenge of work-life integration has moved from being a quality-of-life issue to a preservation-of-life necessity as we all find ourselves suddenly working from home. This interview with Stew Friedman was recorded in February 2020, in concert with the publication of Parents Who Lead: The Leadership Approach You Need to Parent with Purpose, Fuel Your Career, and Lead a Richer Life. It teaches us how we can work together to be the partners, professionals, parents, and citizens we want and need to be, at every stage of life, in and out of crisis. Originally aired with Host Laura Zarrow on March 12, 2020 on SiriusXM's Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School, Channel 132.
Couples That Work: A New Framework for the Old Problem of How to Thrive, Together
Exhausted, resentful, and lonely are just some of the ways we describe ourselves as working moms, and all-too-often as partners in long-term relationships. And that’s in ‘normal’ times. Never mind times of crisis and quarantine. Laura talks with Professor Jennifer Petriglieri, author ofCouples That Workon how we can learn to craft and sustain our personal and professional identities, and navigate life’s unknown landscape, together. Originally aired with Host Laura Zarrow on March 5, 2020 on SiriusXM's Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School, Channel 132.