22 episodes

The Leaders for Humanity series is part of the goodorganisations project (for further info see https://goodorganisations.com) and intends to offer a critical dialogue with "wise" thought and action leaders related to key questions in the area of individual, organisational and societal transformation. Its main intent is to develop critical thinking and deeper reflection by bringing together multiple perspectives - across philosophy, psychology, sociology, management science, complexity - in a shared inquiry into the nature of good organisations and a good society.

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The Leaders for Humanity series is part of the goodorganisations project (for further info see https://goodorganisations.com) and intends to offer a critical dialogue with "wise" thought and action leaders related to key questions in the area of individual, organisational and societal transformation. Its main intent is to develop critical thinking and deeper reflection by bringing together multiple perspectives - across philosophy, psychology, sociology, management science, complexity - in a shared inquiry into the nature of good organisations and a good society.

    Leaders for Humanity with Gert Biesta: Reinventing Education-A Life-long Quest Of Becoming Truly Human!

    Leaders for Humanity with Gert Biesta: Reinventing Education-A Life-long Quest Of Becoming Truly Human!

    "Reinventing Education: A Life-long Quest Of Becoming Truly Human (& Finally Growing Up)” - Leaders for Humanity with Gert Biesta, Professor of Public Education, Maynooth University, Ireland and Professor for Educational Theory and Pedagogy as well as Deputy Head of the Institute of Education, Teaching and Leadership, University of Edinburgh. Gert has also been Visiting Professor (Professor II), University of Agder, Norway and Visiting Professor, Uniarts University of the Arts, Helsinki, Finland. He holds a Honorary Doctorate of the Universities Uppsala, Örebro and Oulu, as well as the Grand Medal of the University of Ghent. His books have won multiple awards, and his highly influential publications have been translated into 18 languages. Co-hosted as always by: Antoinette Weibel and Otti Vogt

    The Leaders for Humanity series is part of the #goodorganisations project (for further info see https://goodorganisations.com) and intends to offer a critical dialogue with "wise" thought and action leaders, related to key questions in the domain of individual, organisational and societal transformation. Its main intent is to develop critical thinking and deeper reflection by bringing together multiple perspectives - across philosophy, psychology, sociology, management science, complexity - in an open and collaborative inquiry.

    During our interview we examine three critical questions: a) What is good? What is a good society? b) How can we craft good organisations? c) How can we as leaders or organisational citizens become good, and enable positive change?

    We publish an exclusive set of recommended materials to the followers of the series prior to each episode. Please visit the Good Organisations LinkedIn page and https://goodorganisations.com/leadersforhumanity for more details. In addition, we publish opinion pieces and further reflections on our Medium page at https://medium.com/@goodorganisations. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/LeadersForHumanity/

    #GoodOrganisations #LeadersforHumanity #UniteforGood #Leadership #Transformation #BusinessEthics #Philosophy #Business #PersonalDevelopment

    • 2 hrs 16 min
    Leaders for Humanity with Mike O'Donnell: Beyond the Crisis of Neoliberalism - Towards Institutional and Economic Democracy

    Leaders for Humanity with Mike O'Donnell: Beyond the Crisis of Neoliberalism - Towards Institutional and Economic Democracy

    "Beyond the Crisis of Neoliberalism: Towards Institutional and Economic Democracy” - Leaders for Humanity with Mike O'Donnell. Mike is Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Westminster (UK). His research interest lies in areas of social theory, social movements, political theory, identity and popularism. Mike has taught widely in Britain and the United States and is author of "Crises and Popular Dissent", as well as co-author of "Alternatives to Neoliberalism: Towards Equality and Democracy". Co-hosted as always by: Antoinette Weibel and Otti Vogt

    The Leaders for Humanity series is part of the #goodorganisations project (for further info see https://goodorganisations.com) and intends to offer a critical dialogue with "wise" thought and action leaders, related to key questions in the domain of individual, organisational and societal transformation. Its main intent is to develop critical thinking and deeper reflection by bringing together multiple perspectives - across philosophy, psychology, sociology, management science, complexity - in an open and collaborative inquiry.

    During our interview we examine three critical questions: a) What is good? What is a good society? b) How can we craft good organisations? c) How can we as leaders or organisational citizens become good, and enable positive change?

    We publish an exclusive set of recommended materials to the followers of the series prior to each episode. Please visit the Good Organisations LinkedIn page and https://goodorganisations.com/leadersforhumanity for more details. In addition, we publish opinion pieces and further reflections on our Medium page at https://medium.com/@goodorganisations. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/LeadersForHumanity/

    #GoodOrganisations #LeadersforHumanity #UniteforGood #Leadership #Transformation #BusinessEthics #Philosophy #Business #PersonalDevelopment

    • 1 hr 54 min
    Leaders for Humanity with Mats Alvesson - Functional Stupidity and the Perils of Leadership

    Leaders for Humanity with Mats Alvesson - Functional Stupidity and the Perils of Leadership

    "Fixing Organisational Transformation: Functional Stupidity and the Perils of Leadership” - Leaders for Humanity with Mats Alvesson. Mats is researcher, writer, consultant and a critical thought leader focused on leadership and management. His research interests include critical theory, gender, power, management of professional service organizations, leadership, identity, organizational image and culture, symbolism, qualitative methods and philosophy of science. Recent books include Return to Meaning, Reflexive, The Stupidity Paradox, Managerial Lives and The Triumph of Emptiness. He is a Professor in Organisational Studies at Lund University School of Economics and Management, and Honorary professor at University of Queensland Business School, as well as visiting professor at Stockholm Business School. Co-hosted as always by: Antoinette Weibel and Otti Vogt

    The Leaders for Humanity series is part of the #goodorganisations project (for further info see https://goodorganisations.com) and intends to offer a critical dialogue with "wise" thought and action leaders, related to key questions in the domain of individual, organisational and societal transformation. Its main intent is to develop critical thinking and deeper reflection by bringing together multiple perspectives - across philosophy, psychology, sociology, management science, complexity - in an open and collaborative inquiry.

    During our interview we examine three critical questions: a) What is good? What is a good society? b) How can we craft good organisations? c) How can we as leaders or organisational citizens become good, and enable positive change?

    We publish an exclusive set of recommended materials to the followers of the series prior to each episode. Please visit the Good Organisations LinkedIn page and https://goodorganisations.com/leadersforhumanity for more details. In addition, we publish opinion pieces and further reflections on our Medium page at https://medium.com/@goodorganisations. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/LeadersForHumanity/

    #GoodOrganisations #LeadersforHumanity #UniteforGood #Leadership #Transformation #BusinessEthics #Philosophy #Business #PersonalDevelopment

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Leaders for Humanity with Luigino Bruni - How Capitalism Lost Happiness

    Leaders for Humanity with Luigino Bruni - How Capitalism Lost Happiness

    "How Capitalism Lost Happiness: Healing Our Relationships To Heal Our World” - Leaders for Humanity with Luigino Bruni. Luigino is economist and historian of economic thought, with keen interests in ethics, biblical studies and literature. He is Professor of Political Economy and Coordinator of The PhD Programme for Civil Economy at LUMSA University Rome and President of the School of Civil Economy (SEC), as well as Scientific Director of the Economy of Francesco and Coordinator of Economy of Communion project, Editor-in-Chief of IREC (International Review of Economics) and Editorial board member of Review of Social Economy and Journal of Happiness & Development. He holds a PhD in History of Economic Thought from the University of Florence and a PhD in Economics from the University of East Anglia (UK). Co-hosted as always by: Antoinette Weibel and Otti Vogt

    The Leaders for Humanity series is part of the #goodorganisations project (for further info see https://goodorganisations.com) and intends to offer a critical dialogue with "wise" thought and action leaders, related to key questions in the domain of individual, organisational and societal transformation. Its main intent is to develop critical thinking and deeper reflection by bringing together multiple perspectives - across philosophy, psychology, sociology, management science, complexity - in an open and collaborative inquiry.

    During our interview we examine three critical questions: a) What is good? What is a good society? b) How can we craft good organisations? c) How can we as leaders or organisational citizens become good, and enable positive change?

    We publish an exclusive set of recommended materials to the followers of the series prior to each episode. Please visit the Good Organisations LinkedIn page and https://goodorganisations.com/leadersforhumanity for more details. In addition, we publish opinion pieces and further reflections on our Medium page at https://medium.com/@goodorganisations. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/LeadersForHumanity/

    #GoodOrganisations #LeadersforHumanity #UniteforGood #Leadership #Transformation #BusinessEthics #Philosophy #Business #PersonalDevelopment

    • 1 hr 45 min
    Leaders for Humanity with Jane Dutton and Monica Worline - Positive Organisational Scholarship: From Suffering to Flourishing!

    Leaders for Humanity with Jane Dutton and Monica Worline - Positive Organisational Scholarship: From Suffering to Flourishing!

    "Positive Organisational Scholarship: From Suffering to Flourishing!” - Leaders for Humanity with Jane Dutton and Monica Worline. Jane is a Distinguished University Professor Emerita of Business Administration and Psychology at the University of Michigan. Her research and expertise lies at the intersection of strategy, management and organizations, and psychology. She is a dedicated teacher who has won numerous teaching awards and gained a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Management, and she is Co-Founder of the Positive Organizational Scholarship Movement and Center for Positive Organisations at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. Jane has published over 100 articles and book chapters, edited 13 books and written two books for managers called Energize your Workplace: How to Build and Sustain High Quality Connections at Work and Awakening Compassion at Work, jointly with Monica Worline. Monica is CEO of Enliven Work, a social benefit corporation established as an innovation partner of the Center for Positive Organizations. She is also Faculty Director of Engaged Learning and Innovation at Center for Positive Organizations, and Research Scientist at Stanford University Center for Compassion and Altruism Research. Moreover, Jane is co-founder of Compassion Lab, of which Monica is executive director. The goal of the Lab is to create a new vision of organizations as sites for the development and expression of compassion. Co-hosted as always by: Antoinette Weibel and Otti Vogt

    The Leaders for Humanity series is part of the #goodorganisations project (for further info see https://goodorganisations.com) and intends to offer a critical dialogue with "wise" thought and action leaders, related to key questions in the domain of individual, organisational and societal transformation. Its main intent is to develop critical thinking and deeper reflection by bringing together multiple perspectives - across philosophy, psychology, sociology, management science, complexity - in an open and collaborative inquiry.

    During our interview we examine three critical questions: a) What is good? What is a good society? b) How can we craft good organisations? c) How can we as leaders or organisational citizens become good, and enable positive change?

    We publish an exclusive set of recommended materials to the followers of the series prior to each episode. Please visit the Good Organisations LinkedIn page and https://goodorganisations.com/leadersforhumanity for more details. In addition, we publish opinion pieces and further reflections on our Medium page at https://medium.com/@goodorganisations. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/LeadersForHumanity/

    #GoodOrganisations #LeadersforHumanity #UniteforGood #Leadership #Transformation #BusinessEthics #Philosophy #Business #PersonalDevelopment

    • 2 hrs 8 min
    Leaders for Humanity with Frank Martela - Re-enchanting our Organisations: Making Work Meaningful

    Leaders for Humanity with Frank Martela - Re-enchanting our Organisations: Making Work Meaningful

    "Re-enchanting our Organisations: Making Work Meaningful” - Leaders for Humanity with Frank Martela, philosopher and researcher of psychology specialized in the question of meaning in life. Frank is University Lecturer at Aalto University, Finland, and co-founder and chairman, Filosofian Akatemia Oy. He has PhDs in both philosophy and organizational research, lectures at universities globally, incl. Stanford and Harvard, and his interviews are published widely - for example in NYT, Times, Discover Magazine, Le Monde, Die Süddeutsche Zeitung and many others. His essays have been featured in in Scientific American Mind, Harvard Business Review, Philosophy Now, TED Ideas, and Salon etc. Co-hosted as always by: Antoinette Weibel and Otti Vogt

    The Leaders for Humanity series is part of the #goodorganisations project (for further info see https://goodorganisations.com) and intends to offer a critical dialogue with "wise" thought and action leaders, related to key questions in the domain of individual, organisational and societal transformation. Its main intent is to develop critical thinking and deeper reflection by bringing together multiple perspectives - across philosophy, psychology, sociology, management science, complexity - in an open and collaborative inquiry.

    During our interview we examine three critical questions: a) What is good? What is a good society? b) How can we craft good organisations? c) How can we as leaders or organisational citizens become good, and enable positive change?

    We publish an exclusive set of recommended materials to the followers of the series prior to each episode. Please visit the Good Organisations LinkedIn page and https://goodorganisations.com/leadersforhumanity for more details. In addition, we publish opinion pieces and further reflections on our Medium page at https://medium.com/@goodorganisations. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/LeadersForHumanity/

    #GoodOrganisations #LeadersforHumanity #UniteforGood #leadership #transformation #businessethics #philosophy #business #personaldevelopment

    • 1 hr 48 min

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