The PureReinvention Podcast is a conversation among a community of curious thinkers willing to share their experiences as leaders working toward sustainable change. The stories they share are meant to support, challenge and inspire those who want a next-level listening experience. Tune in and be part of our community.  

Episode 161 – Connect: Detroit – A professional development opportunity like no other

By on Jan 29, 2018 in Connect: Detroit, Creating Space, Detroit, Education, Growth, Leadership, Learning Laboratory, Making Space, Podcast, Professional Development, Reinvention, Reinvention Laboratory | 0 comments

We are so excited to announce the launch of a professional development opportunity like no other. Connect: Detroit will be a one day experience in Detroit on May 22. This experience is designed for high functioning executives who are interested in rolling up their sleeves, feeling a little uncomfortable and experiencing the reinvention that is happening in Detroit....

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Episode 160 – the Impression 5 case study, part 2

By on Jan 22, 2018 in Behavior, Board Leadership, Board of Directors, Board President, Change, Collaboration, Connect, Customer Expectations, Fundamentals, Leadership, Market Relevance, Move, Podcast, Reinvention, Simplify, Stakeholders | 0 comments

This is the second part of the Impression 5 reinvention case study with Noah Smith, Partner, Capital Services, Inc. (Listen to part 1 here.) Part 2 covers how the I-5 team used the PureReinvention fundamentals simplify, connect and move to attain the incredible growth they have enjoyed in recent years. QUOTE IT   “We got away from distractions.” (5:10)  ...

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Episode 159 – the Impression 5 case study, part 1

By on Jan 15, 2018 in Accountability, Association Culture, Board Leadership, Board President, Change, Collaboration, Disruption, Fundamentals, Growth, Market Relevance, Move, Passion, Plan, Podcast, Purposeful Disruption, Reinvention, Risk, Simplify | 0 comments

    The Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing, Michigan has seen a tremendous turnaround over the last few years under the leadership of Noah Smith. Listen as Mike and Noah discuss how I5’s board applied the PureReinvention fundamentals to position the organization into the growth phase that it has enjoyed in recent years. QUOTE IT   “People...

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Episode 158 – the Compuware relocation story

By on Jan 8, 2018 in Behavior, Change, Collaboration, Connect, Detroit, Disruption, Diversity, Fear, Move, Podcast, Reinvention, Teamwork | 0 comments

    While we were interviewing Marlin Williams, we discovered that she was responsible for key elements of the Compuware move to downtown Detroit from Farmington Hills in 2003. The story was fascinating to us and we decided to dedicate an episode to this part of Marlin’s story.   QUOTE IT “How do you cast a wider net?” (6:17)   “I wasn’t...

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Episode 157 – what’s next?

By on Jan 1, 2018 in Change, Collaboration, Connect, Connect Detroit, Creating Space, Detroit, Education, Making Space, Move, Networking, Podcast, Professional Development, Reinvention, Reinvention Laboratory | 0 comments

  Happy New Year! We are starting 2018 off with a peek into what’s next for PureReinvention. Are you reinvention ready? We have some great offerings (including this podcast) for those who are committed to the reinvention journey. QUOTE IT   “What’s next? … I’m looking for something that’s really going to stimulate me in a new way.” (4:35)  ...

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Episode 156 – the STARTERS experience

By on Dec 25, 2017 in Connect, Detroit, Discovery Process, Disruption, Education, Lead by Action, Learning Laboratory, Making Space, Millennial, Podcast, Reinvention, Reinvention Laboratory, Starters | 0 comments

    We wrap up 2017 with a bang! Listen to Mike and co-host Lauren Snyder, marketing and communications specialist for American Hort, discuss Lauren’s experience in the October STARTERS program. Lauren shares with us her takeaways and how she’s using PureReinvention to move forward. QUOTE IT   “Evolution beyond PowerPoint.” (2:11)  ...

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