29 episodes

Interviews with business leaders promoting sustainability and conscious leadership in a climate changed world.

Leading in a Climate Changed World Olivier Mythodrama Leadership Lab

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Interviews with business leaders promoting sustainability and conscious leadership in a climate changed world.

    Sally Uren - CEO, Forum for the Future

    Sally Uren - CEO, Forum for the Future

    In this episode, we speak to Dr Sally Uren - Chief Executive of Forum for the Future (https://www.forumforthefuture.org/).
    Robin and Sally discuss the work of Forum for the Future and the principal challenges they encounter, within the organisations that they work with. They discuss how we can use the coronavirus pandemic as a dress rehearsal to address the challenges of the climate crisis, including the processes we need to keep and the type of leadership required to successfully engage with each issue.
    They talk about structural inequality and how economic reform is where focus need to be made in order to make progress with long-term sustainable solutions.
    Enjoy the podcast!

    • 35 min
    Emma Kemp - Campaigns Manager - Possible.

    Emma Kemp - Campaigns Manager - Possible.

    Emma Kemp is Campaigns Manager at UK based climate charity Possible, working on positive and practical ways to tackle the climate crisis. Emma currently leads on their innovative and exciting Climate Perks initiative, giving employers the opportunity to empower their staff to opt for flight-free travel. 
    find out more at https://www.wearepossible.org/

    • 30 min
    Nick Robins - Professor in Practice, Sustainable Finance - Grantham Research Institute

    Nick Robins - Professor in Practice, Sustainable Finance - Grantham Research Institute

    Nick joined the Grantham Research Institute in February 2018 as Professor in Practice for Sustainable Finance. Nick leads the sustainable finance research theme. The focus of his work is on how to mobilise finance for a just transition, the role of central banks and regulators in achieving sustainable development and how the financial system can support the restoration of nature.
     From 2014 to 2018, Nick was co-director of UN Environment’s Inquiry into a Sustainable Finance System. As part of this, Nick led country activities in Brazil, the EU, India, Italy and the UK, as well as thematic work focused on investors, insurance and green banking.
    Before joining UNEP, he was Head of the Climate Change Centre of Excellence at HSBC. Prior to HSBC, Nick was head of Sustainable and Responsible Investment (SRI) funds at Henderson Global Investors. Nick has also worked at the International Institute for Environment and Development, the European Commission and the Business Council for Sustainable Development.
    Nick has a BA in History from Cambridge University and an MSc in International Relations from LSE.

    • 34 min
    An Announcement - New Podcast Series (Archetypal Wisdom)

    An Announcement - New Podcast Series (Archetypal Wisdom)

    Hi everyone! This is a short introduction from Richard Olivier, who introduces a new Podcast from Olivier Mythodrama - Archetypal Wisdom. Enjoy more leadership insights beginning with the Wisdom of Shakespeare, with special guest, Sir Mark Rylance.
    Find the Archetypal Wisdom series on our website https://www.oliviermythodrama.com/podcasts
    You can also find us on Apple podcasts, Spotify, or whichever podcast channel you are using - plus we are on YouTube.
    Of course, Leading in a Climate Changed World will always be your favourite podcast series but this will come in a close second :)
    Enjoy!
     

    • 4 min
    Anna Leidreiter - Director of Climate Energy, World Future Council

    Anna Leidreiter - Director of Climate Energy, World Future Council

    In this episode, we speak to Anna Leidreiter, Director of Climate & Energy at the World Future Council.
    In the episode, Anna talks about how work in the World Future Council has been redirected during the pandemic, while she and Robin explore links between the challenges of the coronavirus outbreak and the climate crisis. What is the best protection for future situations, like those we are currently experiencing?
    In terms of leadership, they discuss whether governments are using the opportunity around the coronavirus to work towards a greener future? Can markets fix the system? And what role should political leaders take in response to market forces?
    Anna and Robin explain why a strong democratic system is necessary and discuss how we should work when we are presented with strategic leadership messages, such as the voices coming from the science community – highlighting the countries and cities displaying informed and inclusive decision making.
    Don’t forget to find us on twitter (@l_c_c_w) and Facebook (facebook.com/leadinginaclimatechangedworld).

    • 35 min
    Richard Olivier - Artistic Director, Olivier Mythodrama & Co-founder Archetypes at Work

    Richard Olivier - Artistic Director, Olivier Mythodrama & Co-founder Archetypes at Work

    Welcome back to the Leading in a Climate changed world podcast from Olivier Mythodrama. We have returned with a few episodes exploring leadership during the current covid-19 outbreak and the impact that it’s had on the climate crisis discussions.
    In our first episode back, we speak to Richard Olivier, Artistic Director of Olivier Mythodrama and Co-founder of Archetypes at Work™.
    We find out how Richard began his journey into archetypal psychology and its relevance to leadership and personal development.
    Richard introduces us to the ten archetypes that leaders need to develop within themselves to be able to take on the many and varied challenges that face us all in the world of business and outside in our lives. Particularly during the current situation we are all facing here in 2020.
    Robin and Richard discuss the climate crisis and what we need to do to leave the old story behind and build a new sustainable way of living.  They discuss how the understanding of the archetypes might support us with the twin challenges of the climate crisis and to steer us through the pandemic, laying the foundations for the new trials we will face within a depleted and fractured economy.
    Richard talks about how to activate and rehearse into the archetypes we need to become more complete leaders and what we need to do to ensure we don’t return to the old structures which were harmful and unjustifiable.
    We invite you to watch the interview our YouTube channel to see the archetypes in action and resources for your own personal development will be made available on the front page of our website, leadinginaclimatechangedworld.com, including a self assessment and downloadable guide to the gifts of each archetype.
    We hope you enjoy this episode and we will release more interview that you know and love, as well as other related leadership development discussions.
    Once again, welcome back and don’t forget to share the podcast with anyone you think would enjoy them and you can get in touch with us on hello@leadinginaclimatechangedworld.com

    • 48 min

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