Michelle talks about what is most important in creating sustainable success. Sebastian’s work takes leaders and their teams to the new levels of performance and business results.
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Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders is produced in partnership with ILA Fellow and past ILA Board member Scott J. Allen and is ILA’s official podcast.
ILA Fellow Maureen Metcalf partners with ILA on a series of Global Leadership episodes within her podcast Innovating Leadership.
ILA Members Lauren Bullock and Dan Jenkins partner with ILA to feature the work of ILA members on a series of episodes within the Leadership Educator Podcast.
Jeroen van der Veer talks about his leadership strategy when you are talking about moving from A to B. We then shift focus and Cynthia Cherrey talks about her take away from the conference focusing on Leadership in Turbulent times.
We start with Margaret Heffernan talking about Turbulence as a chronic condition. Leadership is about building organizations that thrive in turbulence. Then Ira talks about understanding that to bring out the best leadership requires the best followership.
This interview is part of the 2017 International Leadership Association Conference Interview series in Brussels Belgium. Kathryn talks about what leaders need in order to be transformational in turbulent times.
versation, we talk about peacefulness – and leading toward an increased level of peacefulness. We explore the idea as humans as a peaceful species – and his search for communities that are already peaceful to emulate.
How do we create organizations that promote mindfulness and joy during work? Subanhu talks about how to build mindfulness in organizations. Michelle talks about how she demonstrates authenticity as a leader, a CEO, and a mother.
This interview explores dialogical leadership. At a high levels, dialogical leadershp involves ideas such as truth is a relational construct between the individual and society.
In the context of the changes we anticipate in the coming years from population growth in Africa to climate incidents to block chain, what is required of leaders now in this era. There is nothing we can do to protect ourselves if we are not protecting each other globally.
Business is a social institution. Can we maximize value for the firm and at the same time create value for society? How is shareholder value maximization aligned with or in conflict with social good. Mike gives examples of how he drives both profit and social impact. This includes: 1. Appreciative inquiry summit 2. Partnering with Autistic organization to hire adults with autism to fill routine jobs 3. Hiring interns to fill roles and providing education How have you created buy-in for novel processes? 1. Use tools like appreciative inquiry to create alignment, involvement, and commitment across the entire organization 2. Establish processes for inclusion of staff and clients and at the same time ensure leaders retain positive control and accountability for results
Jorrit talks about the leadership journey Deloitte is creating for people from entering the firm through their retirement. The second speaker in this interview is George Papandreou, Former Prime Minister of Greece. He talks about his leadership journey in democracy.
This discussion is intended to help listeners come to know the deeper purpose of adversity or failure. In some ways to help dissolve judgement and move forward with new ways of seeing difficult events. Ken will share what he learned from being buried in an avalanche and the process he went through to find this deeper purpose.
This show focuses on the impact both women have made in their countries and internationally. They discuss their leadership journeys, both coming from humble backgrounds.