Conversations That Don't Suck

The Healing of Hearing and Being Heard with Kyle Zamcheck

Episode Summary

Kyle Zamcheck, my sister from another mister, is on the podcast this week! Kyle is truly a remarkable human being and I'm so super duper grateful for this epic, raw conversation we had. In this episode, we discuss: the death of Toni Lane Casserly, how to make an impact, femininity in intellectual spaces, the humanity in Zoom calls, intimate communication in everyday life, the ego in altruistic work, the dark side of caregiving and “showing up” for others, healing our wounds through our work, my own shadow side with my work and my fears of judgement in that, and the Enneagram (duh). Kyle Zamcheck is the co-founder of Listenly, teaching cutting edge communication tools and matching people for listening sessions through a digital platform, in-person meetups, and remote workshops. She is a technology industry leader and an executive communication coach with the Speech Improvement Company. She is the former COO of Jackrabbit Mobile, where she led the team to become one of Inc’s 5000 fastest growing companies. She is currently working on healing the world through impactful communication. She trains leaders, startup CEOs, fortune 500 companies such as Google, and main stage speakers from Silicon Valley to the National Security Agency. Her work focuses on the intersection of humans and technology. Listenly website: www.listenly.co The Connection Institute open house 5/18-5/24: http://www.theconnectioninstitute.net/open-house-week?fbclid=IwAR1CZfzNZmN8edGVzx0rySAXXAdP6v_da3Qq4qDZnNuY6wTOTEfZ7OWxGQQ

Episode Notes

Kyle Zamcheck, my sister from another mister, is on the podcast this week! Kyle is truly a remarkable human being and I'm so super duper grateful for this epic, raw conversation we had.

In this episode, we discuss: the death of Toni Lane Casserly, how to make an impact, femininity in intellectual spaces, the humanity in Zoom calls, intimate communication in everyday life, the ego in altruistic work, the dark side of caregiving and “showing up” for others, healing our wounds through our work, my own shadow side with my work and my fears of judgement in that, and the Enneagram (duh).

Kyle Zamcheck is the co-founder of Listenly, teaching cutting edge communication tools and matching people for listening sessions through a digital platform, in-person meetups, and remote workshops. She is a technology industry leader and an executive communication coach with the Speech Improvement Company. She is the former COO of Jackrabbit Mobile, where she led the team to become one of Inc’s 5000 fastest growing companies. She is currently working on healing the world through impactful communication. She trains leaders, startup CEOs, fortune 500 companies such as Google, and main stage speakers from Silicon Valley to the National Security Agency. Her work focuses on the intersection of humans and technology.

 

Listenly website: www.listenly.co

The Connection Institute open house 5/18-5/24: http://www.theconnectioninstitute.net/open-house-week?fbclid=IwAR1CZfzNZmN8edGVzx0rySAXXAdP6v_da3Qq4qDZnNuY6wTOTEfZ7OWxGQQ