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The pace of change in the world is increasing exponentially. As COVID proved, leadership must evolve. And that gets to the heart of our mission: to bring you the latest thoughts on leadership so you can innovate, learn, and evolve...growing your team, your business, and yourself!

This series features a new interview every week. Host Maureen Metcalf interviews world leaders, global business and NPO executives, thought leaders, and researchers in a wide range of industries. It’s a breadth of perspectives unavailable anywhere else.

Become an innovative leader in your own right! Download the latest episode each Tuesday night on your favorite podcast platform.

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The pace of change in the world is increasing exponentially. As COVID proved, leadership must evolve. And that gets to the heart of our mission: to bring you the latest thoughts on leadership so you can innovate, learn, and evolve...growing your team, your business, and yourself!

This series features a new interview every week. Host Maureen Metcalf interviews world leaders, global business and NPO executives, thought leaders, and researchers in a wide range of industries. It’s a breadth of perspectives unavailable anywhere else.

Become an innovative leader in your own right! Download the latest episode each Tuesday night on your favorite podcast platform.

    S10-Ep26: Eat Mor Chikin: Chick-fil-A's Recipe for Leadership

    S10-Ep26: Eat Mor Chikin: Chick-fil-A's Recipe for Leadership

    Guest: Steve Robinson, former Chief Marketing Officer, Chick-fil-A
    Chick-fil-A – and their cows – are now an iconic fast food brand. That type of brand recognition doesn’t happen by accident: it requires great leadership creating a culture of innovation. What can you learn from their success?
     
    Steve Robinson unfolds the layers of leadership principles with real stories from Chick-fil-A’s history to demonstrate each one. Like other major brands, they’ve had PR bumps along the way, but worked through to continued success. Steve’s insights explain why – and it all wraps around leaders’ unique view of their stakeholders.
    Here's what Steve and Maureen cover:
    The four layers of Chick-fil-A’s “onion” of success;
    Why simple hospitality is a huge differentiator in business today; and
    The moment the beef industry started feeling chicken about this restaurant chain.
    Other episodes you'll enjoy:
    Why Rare Leadership Is Well Done at Omaha Steaks with Nate Rempe
    Love at First Slice: Pizza & Passionate Leadership with Tom Krouse
    A Dozen Lessons Learned Running Dunkin’ Donuts with Robert Rosenberg
     
    For daily wisdom from our guests, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn. We’re on TikTok, Threads, and Twitter, too!
     
    RESOURCES:  
    Steve’s book is Covert Cows and Chick-fil-A; it’s available in hardback at https://amzn.to/460LnmQ, on Kindle at https://amzn.to/3RVXhZs, and as an audiobook at https://amzn.to/3xPjBgn.
     
    You can learn more about Steve and his consulting services at https://srobinsonconsulting.com.
     
    And, of course, there’s more about Chick-fil-A itself on the company’s website: https://www.chick-fil-a.com.
     
    Chick-fil-A’s founder wrote several books, too. One that complements Steve’s conversation in this episode is Eat More Chikin – Inspire More People: Doing Business the Chick-fil-A Way. It’s in hardback (used) at https://amzn.to/4bv8KWs. 
     
    Our host, Maureen Metcalf posts a newsletter every week on LinkedIn. You can subscribe here. 
     
    Maureen’s latest book is Innovative Leadership & Followership in the Age of AI. You’ll find details about it at https://bit.ly/LeaderInAI, or check out the Kindle version at https://amzn.to/44buVz8. Her other 10 books are available on Amazon here. 
     
     
    Books we’re reading for fun or personal development right now include:
    Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together, the African Way by Mungi Ngomane. Hardback (https://amzn.to/48Doh6j) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/48YCRF4)
    Nerve: Lessons on Leadership from Two Women Who Went First by Martha Piper & Indira Samarasekera. Paperback (https://amzn.to/3tOtzg4) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/41OYdT5)
    Jilly Truit murder mysteries by Beverley McLachlin:
    Full Disclosure – https://amzn.to/46TxW6Q (paperback) https://amzn.to/46VDL3Q (audiobook)
    Denial – https://amzn.to/46YCbhs (paperback) https://amzn.to/3GJc0AA (audiobook)

    Women and Leadership: Journey Toward Equity by Sherylle J. Tan & Lisa DeFrank-Cole
     
    NOTE: As an Amazon partner, we may make a small commission from books you buy through these links.
     
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    OUR PODCAST TEAM:  
    Host & Executive Producer: Maureen Metcalf
    Editor & Executive Producer: Dan Mushalko
    Video & Graphics Editor: Devon Mushalko
    Assistant Editor & Raconteur: Luigi Morelli
    Adding Hospitality to Our Layers of Success: Jenna Reik
    Theme Music by Pavel Bekirov from Pixabay.
    CONNECT WITH US: 
    YouTube: @InnovatingLeadership 
    Threads: @innovativeleaders
    X/Twitter/Whatever New Name It Has This Week: @IL_Institute 
    LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/ILI-LinkedIn2 
    TikTok: @innovativeleadership
    Website: InnovativeLeadershipInstitute.com 
     
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    About Our Guest:  
    Steven A. Robinson is a consultant, author and speaker on organizational culture design & leadership, brand strategy development, marketing planning, and distinctive advertising principles.
    He is the former Executive Vice President

    • 34 min
    S8-Ep13: Leadership Solving Food Insecurity

    S8-Ep13: Leadership Solving Food Insecurity

    Guest: Leah Lizarondo, Entrepreneur-in-Residence (Carnegie Mellon University) & Co-Founder of 412 Food Rescue
    When an organization truly understands a problem and an innovative solution is implemented, people get behind it and true change happens. That’s the story of 412 Food Rescue.
     
    Leah Lizarondo saw massive food insecurity, and food waste recovery was the solution. Moreover, she reimagined food recovery as an organization that solves multiple problems.
     
    Leah joins host Maureen Metcalf to discuss food insecurity, entrepreneurism, and leading an NPO to such success.
     
    Produced in association with the International Leadership Association: https://ilaglobalnetwork.org.
     
    Other episodes you'll enjoy:
    Noodling Solutions for Food Insecurity with Dr. Reza Soltanzadeh
    Do No Harm: Ethics for Leaders with Terri O’Fallon
    Women’s Leadership Journeys with Lisa DeFrank Cole & Sherylle J. Tan
     
    For daily wisdom from our guests, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn. We’re on Instagram, TikTok, Threads, and Twitter, too!
     
    RESOURCES:  
    Learn more about 412 Food Rescue at https://412foodrescue.org. If you’re interested in starting a food rescue program in your area, surf over to https://foodrescuehero.org.
     
    Our host, Maureen Metcalf, posts a newsletter every week on LinkedIn. You can subscribe here. 
     
    Maureen’s latest book is Innovative Leadership & Followership in the Age of AI. The audiobook version is on Audible at https://amzn.to/3Vko2IW. The Kindle version is available at https://amzn.to/44buVz8. You’ll find further details about it at https://bit.ly/LeaderInAI. Her other 10 books are available on Amazon here. 
     
     
    Books we’re reading for fun or personal development right now include:
    The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. Paperback = https://amzn.to/3VEl7cU, Kindle = https://amzn.to/45JGm1L, and audiobook = https://amzn.to/3RPhC2y
    Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together, the African Way by Mungi Ngomane. Hardback (https://amzn.to/48Doh6j) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/48YCRF4)
    Nerve: Lessons on Leadership from Two Women Who Went First by Martha Piper & Indira Samarasekera. Paperback (https://amzn.to/3tOtzg4) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/41OYdT5)
    Jilly Truit murder mysteries by Beverley McLachlin:
    Full Disclosure – https://amzn.to/46TxW6Q (paperback) https://amzn.to/46VDL3Q (audiobook)
    Denial – https://amzn.to/46YCbhs (paperback) https://amzn.to/3GJc0AA (audiobook)

    NOTE: As an Amazon partner, we may make a small commission from books you buy through these links.
     
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    OUR PODCAST TEAM:  
    Host & Executive Producer: Maureen Metcalf
    Editor & Executive Producer: Dan Mushalko
    Video & Graphics Editor: Devon Mushalko
    Assistant Editor & Raconteur: Luigi Morelli
    Nourishing Our Morale Daily: Jenna Reik
    CONNECT WITH US: 
    YouTube: @InnovatingLeadership 
    Threads: @innovativeleaders
    X/Twitter/Whatever New Name It Has This Week: @IL_Institute 
    LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/ILI-LinkedIn2 
    TikTok: @innovativeleadership
    Website: InnovativeLeadershipInstitute.com 
     
    Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating! 
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    About Our Guest:  
    Leah Lizarondo is currently a member of the Global Leadership team at Ashoka. She is a Rockefeller Foundation/Acumen Fellow and received her graduate degree in Public Policy & Technology from Carnegie Mellon University, where she serves as Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
    Leah co-founded and was the CEO of 412 Food Rescue, a social enterprise with a technology, logistics and civic engagement model that fights hunger and promotes sustainability by preventing perfectly good food from entering the waste stream, and directly distributing to organizations that benefit those who are food insecure. Creating the infrastructure for national retailers, 412 Food Rescue has prevented millions of pounds of food from going to waste via technology that mobilizes over 8,000 drivers in 5 cities -- food rescue heroes -- the largest volunteer food trans

    • 41 min
    S10-Ep25: Putting People First with AI

    S10-Ep25: Putting People First with AI

    Guest: Dave Levy, Vice President of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Worldwide Public Sector (WWPS)
    AI is all the buzz — but how do you lead your team through all the noise to find what works for you?
    Dave Levy clears the noise in this episode. By helping governments discern the best AI tools to serve their communities, he sees the qualities any leader needs to look for…and security is right at the top of the list. So is education, including growing the talent pool to meet demand!
    Here's what Dave and Maureen cover:
    Why “inventing” your own AI apps can be better in the long run than using a popular off-the-shelf system;
    Why Amazon is willing to invest heavily in free AI and IT training and education programs for the public; and
    The importance of having at least one leader on your board or in your C-suite who knows enough to safely spearhead your AI (and tech) efforts.
    Other episodes you'll enjoy:
    How Moonshots & Robots Put Packages on Your Porch with Steve Armato
    Humans in the Loop: AI’s New Business Models with Suchi Srinivasan
    Leading with an Eye on AI with Neil Sahota
     
    For daily wisdom from our guests, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn. We’re on Instagram, TikTok, Threads, and Twitter, too!
     
    RESOURCES:  
    Information about Amazon’s Cloud Innovation Center with Arizona State University is available at https://news.asu.edu/content/arizona-state-university-and-amazon-web-services-collaborate-introduce-smart-city-cloud.
     
    You can learn more about Amazon Web Services’ services (we couldn’t resist!) at https://aws.amazon.com.
     
    Our host, Maureen Metcalf, posts a newsletter every week on LinkedIn. You can subscribe here. 
     
    Maureen’s latest book is Innovative Leadership & Followership in the Age of AI. You’ll find details about it at https://bit.ly/LeaderInAI. Her other 10 books are available on Amazon here. 
     
    Books we’re reading for fun or personal development right now include:
    Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together, the African Way by Mungi Ngomane. Hardback (https://amzn.to/48Doh6j) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/48YCRF4)
    Nerve: Lessons on Leadership from Two Women Who Went First by Martha Piper & Indira Samarasekera. Paperback (https://amzn.to/3tOtzg4) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/41OYdT5)
    Jilly Truit murder mysteries by Beverley McLachlin:
    Full Disclosure – https://amzn.to/46TxW6Q (paperback) https://amzn.to/46VDL3Q (audiobook)
    Denial – https://amzn.to/46YCbhs (paperback) https://amzn.to/3GJc0AA (audiobook)

    Women and Leadership: Journey Toward Equity by Sherylle J. Tan & Lisa DeFrank-Cole
     
    NOTE: As an Amazon partner, we may make a small commission from books you buy through these links.
     
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    OUR PODCAST TEAM:  
    Host & Executive Producer: Maureen Metcalf
    Editor & Executive Producer: Dan Mushalko
    Video & Graphics Editor: Devon Mushalko
    Assistant Editor & Raconteur: Luigi Morelli
    Always a Beta Release Ahead of the Latest AI: Jenna Reik
    Theme Music by Pavel Bekirov from Pixabay.
    CONNECT WITH US: 
    YouTube: @InnovatingLeadership 
    Threads: @innovativeleaders
    X/Twitter/Whatever New Name It Has This Week: @IL_Institute 
    LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/ILI-LinkedIn2 
    Instagram: @innovativeleader 
    TikTok: @innovativeleadership
    Website: InnovativeLeadershipInstitute.com 
     
    Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating! 
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    About Our Guest:  
    Dave Levy is the Vice President of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Worldwide Public Sector (WWPS). In this role, Dave leads government, education, healthcare, aerospace and satellite, and nonprofit businesses globally. He and his teams help customers realize the potential of technology to transform their organizations and fulfill their missions. Previously, Dave served as the Vice President of AWS’s U.S. Government, Nonprofit and Global Healthcare businesses. Before joining AWS, Dave worked for Apple Inc. for 12 years and led the teams that helped the government adopt innovative mobile technologies. Dave

    • 34 min
    S7-Ep10: The Future-Ready Board Member

    S7-Ep10: The Future-Ready Board Member

    Guest: Helle Bank Jorgensen, CEO & Founder, Competent Boards
    Is your board ready to steer your business into the future? Probably not…
    Your board of directors must have several critical competencies to truly benefit your organization. Competent Boards CEO Helle Bank Jorgensen goes through those requirements with host Maureen Metcalf. They start with a primer on ESG – a concept some US politicians have maligned, but understanding it holds opportunities and future profits.
    Produced in association with the International Leadership Association: https://ilaglobalnetwork.org.
    Do a deep dive into board knowledge with Helle:
    - Competent Boards by Choice, Not Chance
    - Stewarding the Future of the Planet: Views from the Boardroom
     
    For daily wisdom from our guests, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn. We’re on Instagram, TikTok, Threads, and Twitter, too!
     
    RESOURCES:  
    The website for Competent Boards is https://competentboards.com.
     
    Our host, Maureen Metcalf, posts a newsletter every week on LinkedIn. You can subscribe here. 
     
    Maureen’s latest book is Innovative Leadership & Followership in the Age of AI. The Kindle version is available at https://amzn.to/44buVz8.You’ll find further details about it at https://bit.ly/LeaderInAI. Her other 10 books are available on Amazon here. 
     
     
    Books we’re reading for fun or personal development right now include:
    Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together, the African Way by Mungi Ngomane. Hardback (https://amzn.to/48Doh6j) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/48YCRF4)
    Nerve: Lessons on Leadership from Two Women Who Went First by Martha Piper & Indira Samarasekera. Paperback (https://amzn.to/3tOtzg4) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/41OYdT5)
    Jilly Truit murder mysteries by Beverley McLachlin:
    Full Disclosure – https://amzn.to/46TxW6Q (paperback) https://amzn.to/46VDL3Q (audiobook)
    Denial – https://amzn.to/46YCbhs (paperback) https://amzn.to/3GJc0AA (audiobook)

    Women and Leadership: Journey Toward Equity by Sherylle J. Tan & Lisa DeFrank-Cole
     
    NOTE: As an Amazon partner, we may make a small commission from books you buy through these links.
     
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    OUR PODCAST TEAM:  
    Host & Executive Producer: Maureen Metcalf
    Editor & Executive Producer: Dan Mushalko
    Video & Graphics Editor: Devon Mushalko
    Supremely Competent: Jenna Reik
    CONNECT WITH US: 
    YouTube: @InnovatingLeadership 
    Threads: @innovativeleaders
    X/Twitter/Whatever New Name It Has This Week: @IL_Institute 
    LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/ILI-LinkedIn2 
    TikTok: @innovativeleadership
    Website: InnovativeLeadershipInstitute.com 
     
    Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating! 
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    About Our Guest:  
    Board members and executives in over 55 countries hold Competent Boards ESG, Climate, and Biodiversity Designation and Certificates thanks to Helle’s visionary online and bespoke education programs. Her vision is that board members, investors, and those advising them need to be informed about sustainability and other material issues that shape business of today and tomorrow - How can you make informed business decisions if you aren't informed?
    Helle is a Business Lawyer and a State Authorized Public Accountant (Denmark). She serves at the Nasdaq Center for Board Excellence, the World Economic Forum (WEF) Expert Network, and Accounting for Sustainability (A4S) established by HM King Charles III, among other roles. Her recent book, Stewards of the Future: A Guide for Competent Boards has become an Amazon bestseller on board governance.

    • 32 min
    S10-Ep24: From Pay to Purpose - What Drives Top Talent

    S10-Ep24: From Pay to Purpose - What Drives Top Talent

    Guest: Sander van ‘t Noordende, CEO, Randstad
    The world is becoming talent-led. The talent pool is shrinking, which means leaders must radically shift their thinking on how to recruit — and retain — top performers.
     
    Fortunately, Sander van ‘t Noordende sees a number of solid solutions arising from his vantage as CEO of multinational HR firm Ranstad. He shares them with host Maureen Metcalf in this episode.
    Here's what Sander and Maureen cover:
    The Big Three issues nearly all corporations and governments will soon be facing (if they aren’t already);
    Who the Assertive Third are in your team, and how quickly your competitors might scoop them up; and
    Why DEI bashing, though politically popular, is a red flag to top talent.
     
    Other episodes you'll enjoy:
    Relentlessly Improving the Workplace with Laura Fuentes
    Hiring in the Great Resignation with Michelle Sanchez-Bickley
    Hiring for Keeps: The Rise of Recruiter.com with Evan Sohn
     
    For daily wisdom from our guests, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn. We’re on TikTok, Threads, and Twitter, too!
     
    RESOURCES:  
    You can learn more about Sander, hiring & retention trends, and other HR related information at Randstad’s main websites:
    https://www.randstad.com
    https://www.randstaddigital.com
     
    Our host, Maureen Metcalf, posts a newsletter every week on LinkedIn. You can subscribe here. 
     
    Maureen’s latest book is Innovative Leadership & Followership in the Age of AI. You’ll find details about it at https://bit.ly/LeaderInAI. The audiobook version is now available at https://amzn.to/4dTCleZ. Her other 10 books are on Amazon here. 
     
     
    Books we’re reading for fun or personal development right now include:
    Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together, the African Way by Mungi Ngomane. Hardback (https://amzn.to/48Doh6j) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/48YCRF4)
    Nerve: Lessons on Leadership from Two Women Who Went First by Martha Piper & Indira Samarasekera. Paperback (https://amzn.to/3tOtzg4) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/41OYdT5)
    Jilly Truit murder mysteries by Beverley McLachlin:
    Full Disclosure – https://amzn.to/46TxW6Q (paperback) https://amzn.to/46VDL3Q (audiobook)
    Denial – https://amzn.to/46YCbhs (paperback) https://amzn.to/3GJc0AA (audiobook)

    Women and Leadership: Journey Toward Equity by Sherylle J. Tan & Lisa DeFrank-Cole
     
    NOTE: As an Amazon partner, we may make a small commission from books you buy through these links.
     
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    OUR PODCAST TEAM:  
    Host & Executive Producer: Maureen Metcalf
    Editor & Executive Producer: Dan Mushalko
    Video & Graphics Editor: Devon Mushalko
    Assistant Editor & Raconteur: Luigi Morelli
    The Top Talent in Our Pool: Jenna Reik
    CONNECT WITH US: 
    YouTube: @InnovatingLeadership 
    Threads: @innovativeleaders
    X/Twitter/Whatever New Name It Has This Week: @IL_Institute 
    LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/ILI-LinkedIn2 
    TikTok: @innovativeleadership
    Website: InnovativeLeadershipInstitute.com 
     
    Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating! 
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    About Our Guest:  
    Sander van 't Noordende is the Chief Executive Officer of Randstad, the world’s largest talent company and a workplace equity advocate. Prior to joining Randstad, he spent 30 years at Accenture most recently serving as Group Chief Executive of the Products Operating Group. He is a Forbes columnist and has been featured by Fortune, CNBC, BBC, Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal discussing the world of work. He holds a degree in Industrial Engineering, specializing in Finance and Marketing, from the Eindhoven University of Technology. He currently is a non-executive director at AECOM.

    • 30 min
    S6-Ep43: Peace through Better Leaders

    S6-Ep43: Peace through Better Leaders

    Guest: Mike Hardy, Founding Director, Centre for Trust, Peace, & Social Relations (Coventry University)
    Ukraine. Gaza. Myanmar. As wars continue raging across the globe, we strive to understand the roots of conflict. Mike Hardy finds one tap root is bad leadership.
     
    In this rediscovered episode, Mike shares the role of poor leadership — more encouragingly, he also identifies the elements in both leadership and culture which can lead to positive peace.
     
    NOTE: As an older episode, the audio quality isn’t up to our usual standards, but the conversation is too important to miss.
     
    Produced in association with the International Leadership Association: https://ilaglobalnetwork.org.
     
    Enjoy a binge session with Mike Hardy covering different aspects of his research on peace:
    Democracy on the Run with Mike Hardy, Veronika Anghel, & Matt Qvortrup
    Nurturing Peace from the Ashes of Violence with Hyppolite Ntigurirwa & Mike Hardy
    Creating Peace in an Evolving & Interconnected World with Mike Hardy
     
    For daily wisdom from our guests, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn. We’re on Instagram, TikTok, Threads, and Twitter, too!
     
    RESOURCES:  
    The International Leadership Association website is https://ilaglobalnetwork.org.
     
    More information on Mike’s work — and that of his colleagues — is on the Centre for Trust, Peace, & Social Relations’ website at https://www.coventry.ac.uk/research/areas-of-research/trust-peace-social-relations.
     
     
    Our host, Maureen Metcalf, posts a newsletter every week on LinkedIn. You can subscribe here. 
     
    Maureen’s latest book is Innovative Leadership & Followership in the Age of AI. The Kindle version is available at https://amzn.to/44buVz8. You’ll find further details about it at https://bit.ly/LeaderInAI. Her other 10 books are available on Amazon here. 
     
     
    Books we’re reading for fun or personal development right now include:
    Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together, the African Way by Mungi Ngomane. Hardback (https://amzn.to/48Doh6j) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/48YCRF4)
    Nerve: Lessons on Leadership from Two Women Who Went First by Martha Piper & Indira Samarasekera. Paperback (https://amzn.to/3tOtzg4) and audiobook (https://amzn.to/41OYdT5)
    Jilly Truit murder mysteries by Beverley McLachlin:
    Full Disclosure – https://amzn.to/46TxW6Q (paperback) https://amzn.to/46VDL3Q (audiobook)
    Denial – https://amzn.to/46YCbhs (paperback) https://amzn.to/3GJc0AA (audiobook)

    Women and Leadership: Journey Toward Equity by Sherylle J. Tan & Lisa DeFrank-Cole
     
    NOTE: As an Amazon partner, we may make a small commission from books you buy through these links.
     
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    OUR PODCAST TEAM:  
    Host & Executive Producer: Maureen Metcalf
    Editor & Executive Producer: Dan Mushalko
    Video & Graphics Editor: Devon Mushalko
    Assistant Editor & Raconteur: Luigi Morelli
    Peacefully Nudging the Rest of Us: Jenna Reik
    CONNECT WITH US: 
    YouTube: @InnovatingLeadership 
    Threads: @innovativeleaders
    X/Twitter/Whatever New Name It Has This Week: @IL_Institute 
    LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/ILI-LinkedIn2 
    TikTok: @innovativeleadership
    Website: InnovativeLeadershipInstitute.com 
     
    Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating! 
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    About Our Guest:  
    Mike Hardy is Chair of Intercultural Relations and a founding Director of the Centre for Trust, Peace, and Social Relations at Coventry University. He is adjunct professor of leadership at the LSPR Institute of Communications and Business in Jakarta, Indonesia. Mike has been twice honoured in the UK, awarded the OBE in 2001 for his peace-building work in the Middle East, and appointed a Companion of Honour of St Michael and St George (CMG) in the HM Queen’s Birthday Honours June 2010 for his work internationally in Intercultural Dialogue. Mike is a Board Director and Chair of the International Leadership Association (www.ila-net.org), Chair of Trustees of The Faith and Belief Forum (http://faithbeliefforum.org

    • 29 min

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