Tim Cynova, co-founder and co-leader of Fractured Atlas and Work Shouldn’t Suck, shares his insights on leadership, teams, creativity, anti-racism efforts and newspaper routes. In this podcast, we explore the question – “How can we lead differently, more equitably?” And yes, we both talk about the newspaper routes we had as kids.
Tim wears a multitude of hats, all in service of creating anti-racist workplaces where people can thrive. He currently is co-CEO of the U.S.-based non-profit Fractured Atlas, a 20-year-old organization that in 2013 committed to becoming anti-racist in its work and operations.
Relatedly, he is a Principal of the consulting group Work. Shouldn’t. Suck. that assists organizations of all sizes and sectors with the “how” of creating anti-racist workplaces.
Tim serves on the faculty of Canada’s Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity and New York’s The New School teaching courses in People-Centric Organizational Design; he’s a trained mediator, and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
He also co-hosts a popular podcast under the Work. Shouldn’t. Suck. moniker. Earlier in his career, Tim was the Executive Director of The Parsons Dance Company and of High 5 Tickets to the Arts in New York City, had a memorable stint with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, was a one-time classical trombonist, musicologist, and for five years in his youth he delivered newspapers for the Evansville, Indiana Courier-Press.
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