WHO's Peter Singer on booster shots, Vaccine Hunters and why trust begins (and ends) in communities
September 27, 2021
Bioethicist Peter Singer, of the World Health Organization, shares his thoughts on vaccine equity and what the pandemic taught him about human nature.
Gil Moore on Warren Buffett, logging your 10,000 hours, and why anger kills creativity
August 24, 2021
Gil Moore speaks to Disruptors co-hosts John Stackhouse and Trinh Theresa Do about virtuosos, hardship and the merits of “the long slog."
Michele Romanow on Clearco, social media and the “wild market” for Canadian tech talent
July 27, 2021
Michele Romanow, Clearco co-founder, talks about remote work, post-pandemic entrepreneurship and why “you never have a perfect idea."
Canadian Olympics Chief David Shoemaker on eSports, the Crazy Canucks and why the Tokyo Games matter
July 15, 2021
Canadian Olympics Chief David Shoemaker speaks to RBC about eSports, Own the Podium and why the Tokyo Games matter.
Zita Cobb on post-pandemic travel and why communities can't thrive online
June 15, 2021
Social entrepreneur, Zita Cobb, speaks about communities in a digital age and why the pandemic has made the world seem more like a zero-sum game.
Richard Florida on post-pandemic mingling and the fate of the 9-to-5 workday
June 3, 2021
Urbanist, Richard Florida, speaks about remote work, the post-pandemic creative class, and how COVID will reinvent the office district.