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Leading Transformational Change with Tobias Sturesson Heart Management

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We are passionate about helping leaders, HR, and ethics professionals build healthy cultures of purpose, trust and integrity.

Every other Thursday we post conversations with leading thinkers, researchers, and leaders on culture, values, ethics, and transformational change.

    067. Tobias Sturesson with Andreas Almlöf - What's Ahead in 2023

    067. Tobias Sturesson with Andreas Almlöf - What's Ahead in 2023

    Happy New Year! Welcome to Season 7 of the Leading Transformational Change podcast. Your usual host, Tobias Sturesson, switches into the role of guest and is interviewed by his colleague, Andreas Almlöf. They discuss what stood out the most throughout the podcast episodes of 2022 and reflect on how to think about culture and values in a time of change and crisis. In addition, Tobias shares about his forthcoming book and why he decided to write it in the first place.

    Duration: 36:16

    • 36 min
    066. Jennifer Chatman: Narcissistic Leadership Vs Leveraging a Healthy Culture

    066. Jennifer Chatman: Narcissistic Leadership Vs Leveraging a Healthy Culture

    In this episode of the Leading Transformational Change podcast, your host Tobias Sturesson brings back a conversation with Jennifer Chatman from December 2020. In this perceptive and relevant interview with this world-renowned researcher, teacher and consultant on leveraging organizational culture, they discuss what it takes to change and leverage culture, and her research on how narcissistic leadership impacts culture.

    Jennifer Chatman is the Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management and a faculty member in the Management of Organizations (MORS) Group at Berkeley Haas. In her research, teaching, and consulting work, she focuses on how organizations can leverage culture for strategic success and how diverse teams can optimize performance.

    Duration: 51:32

    • 51 min
    065. Ann Tenbrunsel: Are we as ethical as we think?

    065. Ann Tenbrunsel: Are we as ethical as we think?

    In this episode of the Leading Transformational Change podcast, your host Tobias Sturesson brings back a conversation that many new listeners may not have heard. In this insightful interview with ethics professor and author Ann Tenbrunsel, from almost two years ago (November 2020), they discuss whether we truly are as values-driven as we think, and why we make bad decisions even when we might have good intentions.

    Ann Tenbrunsel is the David E. Gallo Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Notre Dame. Her research focuses on the psychology of ethical decision making and examining why we behave unethically, despite our best intentions. Ann is the author, co-author, or co-editor of six books on this topic including Blind Spots (with Max Bazerman), Behavioral Ethics: Shaping an Emerging Field (with David De Cremer), and Codes of Conduct: Behavioral Research into Business Ethics (with David Messick). Her research has been featured on NPR, Harvard Business Review, New York Times, and many other major publications.

    Duration: 42:04

    • 42 min
    064. Sandra J. Sucher: Trust - How Companies Build It, Lose It & Regain It

    064. Sandra J. Sucher: Trust - How Companies Build It, Lose It & Regain It

    Join your host Tobias Sturesson and his guest, Sandra J. Sucher, on this fascinating and timely episode of the Leading Transformational Change podcast. In this conversation, Sandra discusses the foundation of a healthy organizational culture - trust, and how trust can be built, lost, and regained.

    Sandra J. Sucher is a professor of management practice at Harvard Business School and an internationally recognized trust researcher. The Power of Trust: How Companies Earn It, Lose It, Regain It, is her third book. It is based on two decades of research on global companies’ best practices and in the gray areas of business—where responsibilities to investors, customers, employees, and society pull companies and their leaders in different directions. Sandra is on the Edelman Trust Institute advisory board and has collaborated with Deloitte on TrustIQ™, a proprietary tool that measures key elements of trust in major corporations and public sector organizations.

    Duration: 59:52

    • 59 min
    063. Maria Hemberg: Leading with Values at Volvo Cars

    063. Maria Hemberg: Leading with Values at Volvo Cars

    Join your host Tobias Sturesson and his guest, Maria Hemberg, on this informative and helpful episode of the Leading Transformational Change podcast. In this conversation, Maria shares what it means to live one's values, how Volvo Cars think about ethics, and how they are meeting the radical shifts in the car industry.

    Maria Hemberg has more than 25 years of experience from practicing business law both in private practice and as in-house counsel. Before joining Volvo Car Group in 2012, Maria served as legal counsel at AB SKF with focus on M&A and was a member of the Automotive Divisions management team. Maria is heading Group Legal & Corporate Governance, a global function providing support and services to the Volvo Car Group covering the areas legal, intellectual property, compliance & ethics, as well as corporate governance.

    Duration: 42:40

    • 42 min
    062. Dan Cable: Connecting People with Purpose

    062. Dan Cable: Connecting People with Purpose

    Join your host Tobias Sturesson and his guest, Dan Cable, on this inspiring episode of the Leading Transformational Change podcast. In this conversation, Dan shares profound insights into how you can bring more meaning to your organization. With a focus on experimentation and purpose, Dan unpacks a remarkable example of the power of servant leadership and how redesigning your rituals can contribute to a healthier culture.

    Dan Cable is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. His research and teaching focus on employee engagement, change, organisational culture, leadership mindset and the linkage between brands and employee behaviors. He is the author of Exceptional, Alive at Work, and Change to Strange. His most recent research was published in Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, Academy of Management Journal and Administrative Science Quarterly. This research has been featured in The Economist, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, The New York Times and Business Week. Dan's recent clients include Carlsberg, Coca Cola, Estée Lauder, EY, HSBC, IKEA, McDonalds, MS Amlin, Prudential, PwC, Rabobank, Roche, Sanofi, Siemens and Twitter.

    Duration: 57:04

    • 57 min

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This discussion is a powerful reflection on the current state of our business environment as well as a call to action highlighting where we have the ability to act for positive change. As Tobias reflects a fitting conversation to start 2021.

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