Do We Want to Collaborate or Comply?

Tim Horan and Mark LeBusque.

My recent conversation with Mark LeBusque on his Simply, Practically Human podcast was a breath of fresh air. No B.S., just two lone wolves meeting up to deeply explore what’s on our minds. If you want to listen to us riff on why playing nice isn’t always nice and how most workplaces dress up compliance as collaboration, tune in to our conversation on Spotify or whooshkaa below.

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Tim Horan is a writer and editor from Sydney, Australia. Start a conversation with him here, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. His website is timhoran.com

Writer and Photographer. I talk about work, play, and everything in between.

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Writer and Photographer. I talk about work, play, and everything in between.

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