August 30th, 2016

Meredith Haberfeld on Fostering Leadership and Building High Performing Organizations

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Meredith

My guest today, Meredith Haberfeld (@merhaberfeld), is the co-founder of Think Human, a coaching company that has worked with a wide variety of organizations – including, among many others, SoulCycle, Spotify, and Flat Iron Health – to foster leadership and build high performing organizations.

Meredith looks at things from a unique viewpoint bridging a scientific, business savvy, and soulful perspective. Since we first met over coffee half a year ago I have been increasingly impressed with Meredith, and how she carries throughout her professional and person lives.

I had the opportunity to spend time with Meredith’s family on a recent trip to New York, enjoyed late night conversation on human development and organization design, and saw first hand the quality with which Meredith treats everyone: using questions to foster each person towards growth.

Meredith will also be a speaker at the 1st Annual Responsive.org Conference in the Bay Area on September 19-20th.

Show Notes

2:00 Meredith’s personal story
5:45 Think Human
9:00 3 lenses: Science, business, and soulfulness
11:30 Coaching and training
15:00 What differentiates the people that work at Think Human
18:00 Building the right team
21:00 Shifting an organization
25:00 Rewire your brain
34:00 Meredith’s experience with SoulCycle
37:00 Having a clear vision
41:00 Building wins for everyone
44:00 Meredith’s vision as a parent
47:00 Meredith’s purpose
Reach out to Meredith: http://www.think-human.com/


One thought on “Meredith Haberfeld on Fostering Leadership and Building High Performing Organizations

  1. Anna Jeter says:

    I was fortunate to take a Claiming Your Voice from Meredith at Esalen. She has such a calming influence and showed me how to gain insight into thoughts that were blocking me from seeking a direction that was best for me (and not what everyone else thought was best for me). It was so important for me at that time to realize that my voice mattered, and keeping that in the forefront has enabled me to make better decisions, overcome hurdles, and take risks. Thanks Meredith!

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