In a world of constant change and innovation, emotional intelligence emerges as a beacon of hope. It’s not just another soft skill but a potent asset for leaders and coaches alike. It’s about inspiring trust, mastering authentic communication, understanding what drives change, and creating a nurturing environment.
In the ever-evolving realm (some might say distressing?) of Agile transformations and organizational change, one often overlooked factor is the power of simplicity. In a recent podcast conversation, my esteemed colleague, Chris Murman, and I delved deep into the concept of simplicity and how it fits into the intricate world of Agile transformations.
Back in the 1960s, American physician and neuroscientist Paul D. MacLean proposed the triune brain as a model of the evolution of the vertebrate forebrain and behavior. Subsequent it has been called “…the myth lurking in every coaching conversation.
Hosts Andy Cleff, Ben Au-Yeung, Serge Marten, and Jay Hrcsko chat with Dave Snowden about leadership, Spiral Dynamics, Integral Theory, and Metamodernism. We explore thru a Boxian lens “All models are wrong, but some are useful.” Are these effective tools for organizations to gain new perspectives on themselves?
In this Podcast, hosts Andy Cleff, Jay Hrcsko, and Shana Burns chat with organizational agility expert Brandi Olson about her book: Real Flow.
We cover a range of topics: Brandi’s inspirations for the book, cognitive science, organizational agility, lean principles, and permaculture.
Listen in and learn how to cultivate an evidence-driven approach to high-performing, agile organizations, with improved employee retention.