Caption: Philip Levine, Credit: Geoffrey Berliner
Image by: Geoffrey Berliner 
Philip Levine 

Shifting Gears

From: The Drucker Institute
Series: Drucker on the Dial
Length: 58:59

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Host Phalana Tiller interviews Marc Freedman, founder of Civic Ventures and US Poet Laureate Philip Levine about the idea of finding meaning in one's life and in one's work. And Bloomberg Businessweek online columnist Rick Wartzman delivers a piece on fostering innovation through conversation. Read the full description.

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Host Phalana Tiller talks with Marc Freedman, the founder and CEO of Civic Ventures about his new book, The Big Shift: Navigating the New Stage Beyond Midlife. She also interviews new US Poet Laureate Philip Levine about his new role and about his career. This episode explores the idea of finding meaning in one's life and in one's work.

And Bloomberg Businessweek online columnist Rick Wartzman delivers a piece on fostering innovation through conversation.
 
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Piece Description

Host Phalana Tiller talks with Marc Freedman, the founder and CEO of Civic Ventures about his new book, The Big Shift: Navigating the New Stage Beyond Midlife. She also interviews new US Poet Laureate Philip Levine about his new role and about his career. This episode explores the idea of finding meaning in one's life and in one's work.

And Bloomberg Businessweek online columnist Rick Wartzman delivers a piece on fostering innovation through conversation.
 
"Drucker on the Dial" pieces are EVERGREEN and can STAND ALONE or as part of a series.

Timing and Cues

All Things Considered Saturday & Sunday Format

:00-:59 Show Open and Host ID
6:00-18:00 Music Bed and Segment A
20:00-37:29 Segment A(cont'd) and Segment B
40:00-58:55 Segment C, Show Close and Music Bed

Additional Credits

Executive Producer: Rick Wartzman; Sound Editor: James Sadler

Philip Levine, “What Work Is” from What Work Is (Alfred A. Knopf, 1991). Copyright © 1992 by Philip Levine.

Audio recording of "What Work Is" from the Poetry Foundation. http://www.poetryfoundation.org

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