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The Biggest Leadership Trends & Lessons from 2023 with Kevin Eikenberry

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As we wrap up 2023, Kevin reflects on the trends, ideas, and lessons he has gained from the episodes in the past year. He discusses the importance of culture and workplace environment, the development of teams, the changing nature of leadership, and the need for strategic thinking. He also highlights the significance of personal development skills such as empathy, calmness, rest, observation, confidence, and resilience. Kevin also reveals the top 7 downloaded episodes of the year and recommends several books mentioned by his guests.

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Professional Development

How to Pay Attention in a Distracted World with Christian Madsbjerg

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A lot is going on out there. How can we pay better attention in a distracted world? Christian Madsbjerg joins Kevin to discuss the importance of observation and attention in leadership. Madsbjerg explains that observation is the practice of carefully and empirically studying humans to understand their experiences and behaviors. He emphasizes the need for leaders to set aside their opinions and preconceived notions to just describe what they see. Madsbjerg also introduces the concept of hyper-reflection, which involves observing how others observe and think. He encourages leaders to make time for observation and reflection, as these practices can lead to a deeper understanding of customers, teams, and social dynamics.

Meet Christian

  • Name: Christian Madsbjerg
  • His Story: Christian Madsbjerg is the author of several books, including Look: How to Pay Attention in a Distracted World, Sensemaking: The Power of the Humanities in the Age of the Algorithm, and The Moment of Clarity (co-authored with Mikkel Rasmussen), which have been translated into 15 languages. He is also an entrepreneur and academic who focuses on the practical and commercial application of the Human Sciences. He is the co-founder of the global consulting firm Red Associates. He also held the Professor of Applied Humanities position at The New School in New York City, where he centered his teaching on 20th-century continental philosophy. His work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Financial Times, The Washington Post, and Bloomberg Businessweek. He lives in New York City with his family.

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How Work Works Now with Dr. Michelle King
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How Work Works Now with Dr. Michelle King

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Successful organizations build workplaces that work for everyone and that value everyone. Dr. Michelle King joins Kevin to discuss the how of work. These are the informal systems and unwritten rules that impact success and are changing as workplaces become more diverse. She highlights the four informal systems, which include networks, information sharing, development, and advancement. Leaders should role model curious, empathetic behaviors and regularly ask for feedback on what's working. Further, we need to take responsibility for our own informal development through observation, feedback, and reflection.

Meet Michelle

  • Name: Dr. Michelle King
  • Her Story: Dr. Michelle P. King is the author of two books: The Fix: Overcome the Invisible Barriers that are Holding Women Back at Work and her latest, How Work Works: The Subtle Science of Getting Ahead Without Losing Yourself. She is a globally recognized expert on inequality and organizational culture. Based on over a decade’s worth of research, Michelle believes that we need to learn how workplaces work, so we can make them work for everyone. She is the host of a popular podcast called The Fix. As well as a researcher and author she is a speaker and the founder of The Culture Practice, a global consultancy that provides leaders with the assessment, development, and inclusion coaching needed to build cultures that value difference. Michelle is an award-winning academic with five degrees including a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Organizational Psychology, a Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, a Master of Business Administration, a Postgraduate Degree in Journalism and a PhD in Management. Michelle is pursuing a post-doctoral research fellowship with Cranfield University in the United Kingdom.

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How to Work With (Almost) Anyone with Michael Bungay Stanier
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How to Work With (Almost) Anyone with Michael Bungay Stanier

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Working with others is harder than it should be, and we know good relationships are essential for team and organizational success. Michael Bungay Stanier recognizes it’s easy to jump into the work. However, he joins Kevin to discuss the importance of the process and agree on how to do the work first. He suggests having a “keystone conversation” to build mutual understanding before starting a project. He suggests 5 questions to ask, these include: Amplify questions - what’s your best? Steady questions – what are your practices or preferences? Good Date and Bad Date questions – what did you learn from past successful and frustrating relationships? Repair questions – how do we fix it when things go wrong?

Meet Michael

  • Name: Michael Bungay Stanier
  • His Story: Michael Bungay Stanier is the author of The Coaching Habit, the best-selling coaching book of the century, and his most recent book, How to Work with (Almost) Anyone. Michael was a Rhodes Scholar. In 2019, he was named the #1 thought leader in coaching. Michael was the first Canadian Coach of the Year, has been named a Global Coaching Guru since 2014, and was a Rhodes Scholar. Michael founded Box of Crayons, a learning and development company that had helped hundreds of organizations transform from advice-driven to curiosity-led. He’s Australian and lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Five Actions to Build Unity and Performance with Brad Deutser

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Belonging is a leadership conversation. Leaders have a choice in how they lead, connect, and invite. Brad Deutser believes the invite is the most important and is often the missing piece. Brad joins Kevin to discuss human-centered leadership. He shares 5 rules of belonging, which is how we should think about human-centered leadership. These include, turn into the power, listen without labels, choose identity over purpose, and challenge everything. Brad believes that belonging is not only good and right, but also a business imperative as research shows that it drives satisfaction, engagement, and retention, and people are willing to give up salary to be part of an organization where they feel like they belong.

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  • Name: Brad Deutser
  • His Story: Brad Deutser is the author of Leading Clarity: The Breakthrough Strategy to Unleash People, Profit, and Performance and his latest book, Belonging Rules: Five Crucial Actions that Build Unity and Foster Performance. He is a visionary leader behind Deutser and Deutser Clarity Institute (with leadership learning labs in Houston, New York, Bermuda and Arizona). He is a trusted counselor, executive coach and leadership guru for CEOs, Board Chairs, and top corporate management. His unique insights and original approach to affecting a human approach to sustainable organizational change have impacted top businesses, leading universities, professional sports franchises, and cause-based organizations. He is an expert in creating spaces and leadership capacity for belonging and inclusion. Brad is recognized for his ability to navigate complex, contentious, ambiguous business and people challenges, both inside and outside organizations. He is sought after as an authority and innovative thinker on matters of organizational change, belonging, and complexity in leadership

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