About this episode

Jake Tuber is a dad and husband, injured runner, and a guy that likes being around other people. He’s a Boston Celtics fan, despite never living in Boston, and creator of the Endeavorun Retreat. He also is an industrial organizational psychologist and executive coach.

In this episode, we talked about: 

  • Jake’s athletic background 
  • his perspective on the running community
  • the learnings from a strong team culture
  • the focus on team and culture
  • his professional experience in organizational psychology
  • psychology, applied to the world of work
  • team performance and human capital
  • leadership development
  • the importance of a coach who believes in you
  • Endeavorun and the upcoming retreat in Boulder
  • his goals with a running retreat
  • and much more!

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