On the TL Videos Conversations channel, Stew Friedman hosts a series of engaging dialogues with fascinating people actively pursuing success in all parts of life.

The list of videos on the Playlist appears below. To view the list of videos available, please click Play on the video, and then Playlist in the upper left corner of the video player.



Anne-Marie Slaughter, Princeton University
Why Women Still Can’t Have It All
Tom Tierney, Founder and CEO, Bridgespan: Staying grounded in who I really am

Tom Tierney talks about making a difference to society, his definition of success, how he reflects on his progress in his lifelong personal journal, and the value of his good will account.

Dave Lissy, Executive Chairman of the Board at Bright Horizons Family Solutions: Growing a company of leaders

Dave Lissy talks about how he was selected to lead Bright Horizons when the visionary founders moved on; how he listens to 18K+ employees; how his team cultivates a culture that engenders engagement.

Frances Hesselbein, former CEO of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. and Founding President of the Leader to Leader Institute: To serve is to live

Stew Friedman talks with Frances Hesselbein, former CEO of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. and Founding President of the Leader to Leader Institute about what it means to be truly mission-driven.

Joseph Ansanelli, CEO of Gladly and Partner at Greylock: Overcoming the fear of failure

Joseph Ansanelli talks about how he overcame the fear of failure and created cultures that value the whole person.  He recounts how a cycling accident made him more successful by forcing focus.

Anne Erni,Chief People Officer at Audible: Leading for success in all parts of life

Stew Friedman talks about creating sustainable change to support employees with Anne Erni, former managing director and chief diversity officer at Lehman Brothers.


Brett Hurt, Founder and CEO, Bazaarvoice and Data.World: The transparency imperative

Brett Hurt talks about how to capitalize on openness in all aspects of business life and how this results in commitment, accountability, and great performance.









Kevin and Hannah Salwen, co-authors, The Power of Half
The Power of Half