Corey is a guest on The Leadership Project podcast. In the first episode of a two part series he and host Mick Spiers discuss his recent TEDx Oklahoma City talk on algorithmic bias and why it is such a critical topic that everyone needs to understand. He explains his work at Future Point of View and how the digital consulting firm helps leaders, young and old, learn to anticipate and maximize on emerging technology trends. They discuss the struggle today to find the right balance when it comes to technology and how digital tools, specifically social technologies, can be detrimental to personal mental health. Finally, they deliberate on the importance of diversity of thought and how a lack of diversity can lead to devastating consequences.
In the second part of a two part conversation on The Leadership Project Podcast, Corey and host Mick Spiers continue to break down his TEDx Oklahoma City talk on algorithmic bias. Corey explains the concept of HUMALOGY and how Future Point of View helps leaders become High Beam leaders. They talk about some of the community work Corey is involved in, including his service with Oklahoma Messages Project, A Chance to Change, and the Stronger Together Movement. Finally, Corey offers some advice to young leaders and explains why his life is richer because he decided to say “yes.”
In this video snippet from Corey's interview on The Leadership Project Podcast, Corey and host Mick Spiers discuss the negative impacts of social media on mental health especially in young people and how disturbing trends in mental health concerns have arisen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this video snippet from Corey's interview on The Leadership Project Podcast, Corey and Mick dig into the fundamentals of algorithmic bias and how young people can make a difference in how technology impacts our world. They also discuss how algorithmic bias is a little like the Imperious Curse from the world of Harry Potter, a curse all of us, to some extent, are under.
In this video snippet from Corey's interview on The Leadership Project Podcast, Corey explains the concept of Rivers of Information and how it is so critical as a leader to constantly be learning especially about technology and leadership. He discusses how leaders can become "High Beam" leaders and how organizations must find the right balance between technology and human effort, or what he refers to as "Humalogy."
Corey is a guest on NORTHChurch's Up and to the Right Podcast. He speaks with Pastor Rodney Fouts about a series of messages he helped write around the popular streaming series The Chosen. Corey opens up about how the messages came together as well as the impact of The Chosen and its uniqueness in not only non-secular entertainment but entertainment overall. Plus, he shares how one episode of The Chosen reminded him of his late mother and the immense courage she displayed during her life.
In this seven part podcast docuseries, Caleb McCoy digs into the transforming church and how the church is evolving. In the series, Corey shares how digital tools are playing a role in the changing habits of spiritual consumption and how spiritual education is ripe for disruption from digital tools.
Corey discusses the growing threat of cybersecurity for leaders. He talks about the three major threats in digital environments and ways leaders can counter these threats. He also shares why leaders need to check their biases, maintain consistent personal growth, and build more diverse teams.
Corey is interviewed by Mick Spiers in a two episode conversation. Corey breaks down his TEDx Oklahoma City presentation on algorithmic bias. He discusses his work in the community and offers young leaders advice for growth.
Corey sits down with NORTHChurch Pastor Rodney Fouts to discuss the popular streaming series The Chosen and a block of messages he helped craft for the church around the series.
Corey speaks with hosts Drew Null and Joel Harder in this two part podcast series. He discusses a recent talk he gave at TEDx Oklahoma City about algorithmic bias and its impact on our connected world today.
Corey highlights his passion for community service alongside host Tracy Zserdin. He opens up about his work in criminal justice reform, social equality, mental health awareness, and leadership development.
Corey speaks with Heady Coleman about his path to the TEDx stage. He shares how he learned to become an adequate steward of the gifts he has been given and how is life is richer because of his decisions to say "yes."
Corey narrates a story he wrote for the SALLT Advent Magazine audio podcast. The story, titled "He's in the Waiting", chronicles Corey's friendship with Perry Lott, a man who spent 31 years incarcerated for a crime he didn't commit.
In the story, Corey tells of how he met Perry and how they became friends. He shares a bit of Perry's story, including how Perry was arrested, tried, and convicted of a brutal crime in Ada, Oklahoma in 1987, a crime for which he would be sentenced to 300 years in prison.
Corey tells listeners about how Perry was nearly killed in prison and ultimately how Perry was released.
Finally, Corey shares his amazement at Perry's unshakeable faith and the impact Perry has had on Corey's life and how he views the world.
Corey is the host of the Sunday Stories podcast presented by NORTHChurch Guthrie. The podcast is designed to tell the unique stories of the church's members. Corey sits down with individuals to discuss their faith and their life journey.
In this podcast, Corey has interviewed former gang members, recovering alcoholics, and those who have battled severe depression. He has interviewed a couple who found love during a global pandemic, an African American father wrestling with the murder of George Floyd, and a broken cowboy who became a world-class bootmaker.
Corey co-hosted a seven episode podcast series alongside Scott Klososky for the customer care association SOCAP. The series outlined, in detail, the six areas of machine intelligence while breaking down how each of these areas would impact customer care in the future.