32 min.

#23 Patrick van der Voorn on human humaliation and the win in falling down Un-Machine Yourself

    • Maatschappij & cultuur

"We should slow down", says change manager Patrick van der Voorn, and: "to be human, means to be humiliated." Roanne figured that that was enough reason to invite him over for a podcast!

She and Patrick discuss:
- what working in 5 stars hotel taught him: especially that time when there was a fire and he was on the 24th floor, with all of his guests
- what are the urgent questions in companies, noone dares to asks (but change managers must!)
- the meaning of his motto: give direction, lead the way
- why future leaders need to slow down, AND: fall down.
- why true leaders, should dare to get their guards down (and their ties off)
- and why we should all invest in 'sensitizing' ourselves

Patrick recommends us all to go and try rinsinyoku, AKA: Japanese forestbathing. Roanne tried it already and loves it - let us know what your experience was!

"We should slow down", says change manager Patrick van der Voorn, and: "to be human, means to be humiliated." Roanne figured that that was enough reason to invite him over for a podcast!

She and Patrick discuss:
- what working in 5 stars hotel taught him: especially that time when there was a fire and he was on the 24th floor, with all of his guests
- what are the urgent questions in companies, noone dares to asks (but change managers must!)
- the meaning of his motto: give direction, lead the way
- why future leaders need to slow down, AND: fall down.
- why true leaders, should dare to get their guards down (and their ties off)
- and why we should all invest in 'sensitizing' ourselves

Patrick recommends us all to go and try rinsinyoku, AKA: Japanese forestbathing. Roanne tried it already and loves it - let us know what your experience was!

32 min.

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