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Plans are great. Life is unpredictable.

Listen in to learn how executives and entrepreneurs manage when things don't go according to plan. Because it's not how you show up when all goes as expected. It's how you show up when it goes as unexpected.

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Plans are great. Life is unpredictable.

Listen in to learn how executives and entrepreneurs manage when things don't go according to plan. Because it's not how you show up when all goes as expected. It's how you show up when it goes as unexpected.

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Plans are great. Life is unpredictable.

Listen in to learn how executives and entrepreneurs manage when things don't go according to plan. Because it's not how you show up when all goes as expected. It's how you show up when it goes as unexpected.

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Recent Episodes

Recent Episodes

Recent Episodes

Recent Episodes

Episode 1
Purpose First, Always

“Embrace ambiguity as an opportunity.” Listen to Jenny’s lived experience at Uber, which proves that an organization’s purpose is essential in the face of uncertainty. She goes on to talk about the importance of flow and confidence and how they lifted her leadership capacity. Jenny finishes with a punch, offering that data is essential, but decisions often come down to values and instincts.

Episode 1
Purpose First, Always

“Embrace ambiguity as an opportunity.” Listen to Jenny’s lived experience at Uber, which proves that an organization’s purpose is essential in the face of uncertainty. She goes on to talk about the importance of flow and confidence and how they lifted her leadership capacity. Jenny finishes with a punch, offering that data is essential, but decisions often come down to values and instincts.

Episode 1
Purpose First, Always

“Embrace ambiguity as an opportunity.” Listen to Jenny’s lived experience at Uber, which proves that an organization’s purpose is essential in the face of uncertainty. She goes on to talk about the importance of flow and confidence and how they lifted her leadership capacity. Jenny finishes with a punch, offering that data is essential, but decisions often come down to values and instincts.

Episode 1
Purpose First, Always

“Embrace ambiguity as an opportunity.” Listen to Jenny’s lived experience at Uber, which proves that an organization’s purpose is essential in the face of uncertainty. She goes on to talk about the importance of flow and confidence and how they lifted her leadership capacity. Jenny finishes with a punch, offering that data is essential, but decisions often come down to values and instincts.

Episode 2
Resonance, Not Resistance

“Lean into salary range transparency.” Zubin’s stories about the slow start to his career and the importance of business alignment are so important to listen to. He offers wise counsel on negative feelings, from which our personal and professional growth comes. And, Zubin makes it clear – have the courage to lean into salary range transparency and total compensation to attract and retain the best possible talent.

Episode 2
Resonance, Not Resistance

“Lean into salary range transparency.” Zubin’s stories about the slow start to his career and the importance of business alignment are so important to listen to. He offers wise counsel on negative feelings, from which our personal and professional growth comes. And, Zubin makes it clear – have the courage to lean into salary range transparency and total compensation to attract and retain the best possible talent.

Episode 2
Resonance, Not Resistance

“Lean into salary range transparency.” Zubin’s stories about the slow start to his career and the importance of business alignment are so important to listen to. He offers wise counsel on negative feelings, from which our personal and professional growth comes. And, Zubin makes it clear – have the courage to lean into salary range transparency and total compensation to attract and retain the best possible talent.

Episode 2
Resonance, Not Resistance

“Lean into salary range transparency.” Zubin’s stories about the slow start to his career and the importance of business alignment are so important to listen to. He offers wise counsel on negative feelings, from which our personal and professional growth comes. And, Zubin makes it clear – have the courage to lean into salary range transparency and total compensation to attract and retain the best possible talent.

Episode 3
Zoomers Bring It All. Thankfully

“Humans first and job second.” T'Keyah (TK) brings courage and compassion to her own story and encourages everyone to do the same. From her adventurous spirit and grounded curiosity, TK embraces the perspectives of Gen Zers. She shares her own personal growth story as a basis for pushing leaders to put the whole person first and offers that ‘wellness’, not ‘sickness’, frames the future of work.

Episode 3
Zoomers Bring It All. Thankfully

“Humans first and job second.” T'Keyah (TK) brings courage and compassion to her own story and encourages everyone to do the same. From her adventurous spirit and grounded curiosity, TK embraces the perspectives of Gen Zers. She shares her own personal growth story as a basis for pushing leaders to put the whole person first and offers that ‘wellness’, not ‘sickness’, frames the future of work.

Episode 3
Zoomers Bring It All. Thankfully

“Humans first and job second.” T'Keyah (TK) brings courage and compassion to her own story and encourages everyone to do the same. From her adventurous spirit and grounded curiosity, TK embraces the perspectives of Gen Zers. She shares her own personal growth story as a basis for pushing leaders to put the whole person first and offers that ‘wellness’, not ‘sickness’, frames the future of work.

Episode 3
Zoomers Bring It All. Thankfully

“Humans first and job second.” T'Keyah (TK) brings courage and compassion to her own story and encourages everyone to do the same. From her adventurous spirit and grounded curiosity, TK embraces the perspectives of Gen Zers. She shares her own personal growth story as a basis for pushing leaders to put the whole person first and offers that ‘wellness’, not ‘sickness’, frames the future of work.

Episode 4 (Coming Soon!)
Feel Now, Decide Later.

Shay gives permission to everyone to be emotional, as a natural reaction to all that comes as unexpected. Give those feelings 'no more than 24 hours' and then it's time to make decisions. She goes on share how getting fired early in her career solidified her commitment to nurture opportunities for women as well as her admiration for her company's commitment to building a more diverse workforce.

Episode 4 (Coming Soon!)
Feel Now, Decide Later.

Shay gives permission to everyone to be emotional, as a natural reaction to all that comes as unexpected. Give those feelings 'no more than 24 hours' and then it's time to make decisions. She goes on share how getting fired early in her career solidified her commitment to nurture opportunities for women as well as her admiration for her company's commitment to building a more diverse workforce.

Episode 4 (Coming Soon!)
Feel Now, Decide Later.

Shay gives permission to everyone to be emotional, as a natural reaction to all that comes as unexpected. Give those feelings 'no more than 24 hours' and then it's time to make decisions. She goes on share how getting fired early in her career solidified her commitment to nurture opportunities for women as well as her admiration for her company's commitment to building a more diverse workforce.

Episode 4 (Coming Soon!)
Feel Now, Decide Later.

Shay gives permission to everyone to be emotional, as a natural reaction to all that comes as unexpected. Give those feelings 'no more than 24 hours' and then it's time to make decisions. She goes on share how getting fired early in her career solidified her commitment to nurture opportunities for women as well as her admiration for her company's commitment to building a more diverse workforce.

Testimonials

Testimonials

Testimonials

Testimonials

  • "It was a pleasure to be a guest on "As Unexpected". Scott's thoughtful questions and insights made for a rich and enjoyable conversation. His dedication to exploring how to navigate unexpected events in life, both professionally and personally, is a testament to his leadership and values. I highly recommend "As Unexpected" to anyone looking to grow as a leader."

    Zubin Davar

    VP of Business Development and Customer Success, Confirm
  • "Scott's unique combination of operator, academic, and global experience makes for a special discussion. I was honored to be one of his first guests, and am sure that this is just the beginning of something great." 

    Jenny Lewis

    CMO and President, The Knot Worldwide
  • “I received ample information regarding the conversation topics, with of course a few unexpected questions to match the tone of the show. The tech requirements were easy to run through and helpful to make sure my computer was able to meet the demands for the podcast. Overall by the time I interfaced with Scott during the day of my interview I felt fully prepared."

    T'Keyah Andrews

    Vice President, Citi
  • "It was a pleasure to be a guest on "As Unexpected". Scott's thoughtful questions and insights made for a rich and enjoyable conversation. His dedication to exploring how to navigate unexpected events in life, both professionally and personally, is a testament to his leadership and values. I highly recommend "As Unexpected" to anyone looking to grow as a leader."

    Zubin Davar

    VP of Business Development and Customer Success, Confirm
  • "Scott's unique combination of operator, academic, and global experience makes for a special discussion. I was honored to be one of his first guests, and am sure that this is just the beginning of something great." 

    Jenny Lewis

    CMO and President, The Knot Worldwide
  • “I received ample information regarding the conversation topics, with of course a few unexpected questions to match the tone of the show. The tech requirements were easy to run through and helpful to make sure my computer was able to meet the demands for the podcast. Overall by the time I interfaced with Scott during the day of my interview I felt fully prepared."

    T'Keyah Andrews

    Vice President, Citi

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Unpack bold insights and the wisdom of adaptability with each new episode. Subscribe for updates and lead the change.

Stay on the Pulse of Leadership

Unpack bold insights and the wisdom of adaptability with each new episode. Subscribe for updates and lead the change.

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Unpack bold insights and the wisdom of adaptability with each new episode. Subscribe for updates and lead the change.

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