ITV 120 | Strengths in Crisis Closing Episode – 4 Themes from 12 Stories

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Today, you are hearing the closing episode in this series about Strengths in Crisis.

After our first episode posted, where I shared a time of crisis our family lived through during the earthquake and radiation fallout in Fukushima in 2011, we had a listener from Japan reach out to me. We were there, and so was Nobu.

What Nobu reminded me — and our guests demonstrated — is that community and shared experiences in and around crisis really matter.

The shared stories and experiences themselves give us strength and resolve and ideas to make it through…and maybe even, ideally even, come out stronger on the other side.


I knew we would be sharing experiences, but what I didn’t know is how genuine and vulnerable and inspiring these stories would be and have been.

I have been moved, and you as the listening watching community have told me how inspirational and helpful these interviews have been.

In today’s closing episode — Episode 120 — we are tracing the themes, like a ribbon of humanity that has risen to the surface of all twelve stories.

I’m going to share those four themes and help all of us sear in our memory the impact of this world shift and the good that can result from the struggle when we listen.

You’ll hear:

  • The Story {that we ALL have}
  • The Intention {to be aware of talent}
  • The Grace {it takes to hope well}
  • The Pivot {in humanity}

So, watch+listen below or catch this EPISODE 120 on iTunes, YouTube, GooglePlay, Stitcher or Spotify.

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While the impact of crisis and world change are still a living breathing specimen, this closing episode marks the end of the series, at least for now.

It’s been one of my personal favorites, and I can’t thank my guests enough for their willingness to show up as they are and share stories and experience in the midst of the struggle that have touches us all.

If you are looking for a specific story from the podcast episodes we shared today, here are the direct links:

If we’re not already connected, I would love to connect with you on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn where we can continue the conversation around strengths in families and healthcare teams

Be sure to subscribe to the Isogo TV podcast {video or audio versions} on your favorite player so that you can catch the interviews you have missed and join up right from the start of our next series about Leaders Who Give a Damn.


Do you know what advantage your greatest strengths give YOU in crisis and beyond?

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For more IsogoTV Podcast episodes about leadership, teams, families and strengths click here –> Isogo TV Podcast.

To read more strengths-based insights and stories click here for the blog.

As always, your opinion matters…to me and to iTunes. Would you leave a rating + review on iTunes?? 🙂

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