S10-Ep24: From Pay to Purpose - What Drives Top Talent
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1w ago
Guest: Sander van ‘t Noordende, CEO, Randstad The world is becoming talent-led. The talent pool is shrinking, which means leaders must radically shift their thinking on how to recruit – and retain – top performers.   Fortunately, Sander van ‘t Noordende sees a number of solid solutions arising from his vantage as CEO of multinational HR firm Ranstad. He shares them with host Maureen Metcalf in this episode. Here's what Sander and Maureen cover: The Big Three issues nearly all corporations and governments will soon be facing (if they aren’t already); Who the Assertive Third are in your te ..read more
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S6-Ep43: Peace through Better Leaders
Innovating Leadership: Co-Creating Our Future
by Innovative Leadership Institute
2w ago
Guest: Mike Hardy, Founding Director, Centre for Trust, Peace, & Social Relations (Coventry University) Ukraine. Gaza. Myanmar. As wars continue raging across the globe, we strive to understand the roots of conflict. Mike Hardy finds one tap root is bad leadership.   In this rediscovered episode, Mike shares the role of poor leadership – more encouragingly, he also identifies the elements in both leadership and culture which can lead to positive peace.   NOTE: As an older episode, the audio quality isn’t up to our usual standards, but the conversation is too important to miss. &n ..read more
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S10-Ep23: How Missing Ethics Makes a Mess of Organizations
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by Innovative Leadership Institute
3w ago
Guest: Greg Moran, C-level leadership executive & consultant The business landscape is littered with fallen firms of questionable ethics. Enron is just one example. But the stumbles of today’s organisations – from Boeing to Columbia University – may be rooted in the lack of a clear ethical framework from the top.   That’s the thesis of guest Greg Moran, who lays out the evidence with host Maureen Metcalf in this episode. It’s not mere philosophical debate; as Enron showed, missing a formal ethical code is a very real existential threat. Here's what Greg and Maureen cover: The distinc ..read more
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S6-Ep13: Diversity Training Then & Now: What's Changed?
Innovating Leadership: Co-Creating Our Future
by Innovative Leadership Institute
3w ago
Guest: Carrie Spell-Hansson, CEO, The Folke Institute DEI has been around for nearly 80 years, which makes recent attacks against it seem a little odd. DEI germinated on July 26, 1948 with Harry Truman’s Executive Order 9981, which abolished racial discrimination in America’s military.   Our guest, Carrie Spell-Hansson, talks with Maureen about the continuing relevance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programs, and their benefits to both our organizations and to all of us personally.   Produced in association with the International Leadership Association: https://ilaglobalnetwork ..read more
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S10-Ep24: Steer Your Career to the Next Tier
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by Innovative Leadership Institute
1M ago
Guest: Tammy Alvarez, CEO of Career Winners Circle Isn’t it time you did a little something for yourself? We usually talk about leadership in terms of how it helps your team or organization. In this episode, guest Tammy Alvarez shines the spotlight on you instead.   Specifically, she talks about taking control of your leadership career path. As leaders, we set the tone for our teams. If you don’t love your job, your team senses it. So Tammy shares her many tips for how to get your career back on the track you want…and start loving Mondays again!   Here's what Tammy and Maureen cover ..read more
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S10-Ep21: Leadership Lessons from Shark Tank...and Beyond
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1M ago
Guest: Shaan Patel, CEO of Prep Expert Here’s an unexpected formula for success. Step 1: Get a lower score than expected on your SAT. Step 2: Parlay your disappointment into a multimillion dollar company.   That’s how Shaan Patel’s leadership journey began. It included a victory on Shark Tank, mentoring from Mark Cuban, and earning an M.D. It’s not the typical path to industry-leading CEO, but the lessons Shaan learned along the path are important for leaders in any sector. He shares those lessons with us in this episode. Here's what Shaan and host Maureen Metcalf cover: Why winning is N ..read more
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S6-Ep11: Shifting from Trusting Institutions to Trusting People
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1M ago
Guest: Danièle Henkel, Knight of the Order of Merit & CEO of Daniele Henkel Enterprises What’s love got to do with leadership? Turns out: quite a lot!   Danièle Henkel sees love in many ways: from passion for your work to genuine respect for the people around you. It’s another facet in building trust; in this case, though, the trust is in people rather than institutions. In a world where leaders often take the quick path – and its ethical shortcuts – to achieve success, Danièle’s take on trust and authenticity in the C-suite is enormously refreshing. She shares her personal journey, f ..read more
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S10-Ep20: Break the Cycle - The Role of Trauma-Informed Leaders
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by Innovative Leadership Institute
1M ago
Guest: Stephanie Lemek, Founder: The Wounded Workforce Your staff are probably dealing with trauma: in the U.S. alone, 70% of adults faced at least one traumatic experience. Those experiences manifest in different ways in the workplace, from perfectionism to absenteeism. Our trauma reactions are as unique as our fingerprints.   Being a trauma-informed leader can help your team – and, ultimately, your organization. Guest Stephanie Lemek draws on her deep experience in HR to share how to shape a trauma-informed workplace. Here's what Stephanie and host Maureen Metcalf cover: The ways leade ..read more
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S6-Ep9: Leading Beautifully
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by Innovative Leadership Institute
1M ago
Guest: Nancy Adler, S. Bronfman Chair in Management at McGill University There’s not just an art to leadership; art improves leadership!   That’s the core point of Dr. Nancy Adler’s discussion in this episode. A consultant and professor at McGill University, she’s found that art enables leaders to shift perspectives more readily, thus seeing solutions more effectively. That broadness of thought is more critical than ever: in the emerging business climate, what a leader knows is becoming far less relevant than the leader’s ability to shift perspectives and continually learn new suites of k ..read more
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S10-Ep19: Growing Up and Out: Development for Modern Leaders
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by Innovative Leadership Institute
1M ago
Guest: Mike Morrow-Fox, Organizational Development Consultant Many leaders plateau: they hit a certain level, then stop growing or maturing as a leader. But even into late adulthood, we remain able to grow and develop. Indeed, some people thirst for that growth!   Mike Morrow-Fox joins host Maureen Metcalf to discuss post-conventional leaders – people who have grown to a point where they can easily see the big picture, the ripple effects of decisions, understand complexity, and more. Best of all, he shares seven tips to use on your own leadership journey. Here's what Mike and Maureen cove ..read more
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