By Danielle Grant and originally published at leadershapeglobal
These are a series of podcasts led mainly by Danielle Grant exploring emerging concepts of leadership beyond the demands of the ego
Welcome to the Leadership comes ALIVE podcast! It’s aimed at leaders who want to embrace the disruptors of the 21st century to build better performing, sustainable organisations that are more caring, productive and exciting places to be.
It’s a transpersonal approach that builds radical thinking while being ethical and authentic – leading beyond the ego.
We discuss the ‘why’, ‘what’ and ‘how’ of relevant leadership topics offering practical guidance grounded in our many years of leading organisations and supported with latest leadership neuroscience.
These Podcasts are a good place to start
Podcast 4 – Transpersonal Leadership and the ‘New Normal’
John Knights joins Danielle Grant to discuss how transpersonal leadership is needed to lead effectively in “the new normal”, a topic that is increasingly pressing for organisations around the world.
Podcast 10 – The Importance of Purpose for Next Gen Leaders
Caroline Dowd-Higgins joins Danielle Grant to discuss the importance of purpose for the new generation of emerging leaders. Caroline is an influencer in the career and professional development arena, VP of Career Coaching for the Ivy Tech Community College system, and the author of the book “This Is Not The Career I Ordered.”
Podcast 11 – Leadership in Complex Adaptive Systems – Part 1
This is part one of a discussion with Greg Young and Danielle Grant about the challenges and opportunities of leadership in complex adaptive systems. Why is it best to take a systems approach to managing the pandemic and its effects, and how is it important to change our way of thinking and leading complex systems like COVID-19?
Podcast 12 – Leadership in Complex Adaptive Systems – Part 2
This is part two of a discussion with Greg Young and Danielle Grant about the challenges and opportunities of leadership in complex adaptive systems. It can be difficult to find success in a dynamic network of interactions because the behaviour of the ensemble may not be predictable according to the behaviour of the components.
Republished with permission.
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