In each episode, (Values and leadership) host Ahmed Aref will interview business leaders who will share their latest business models and what they have learned from leading with their values.
Episode 23: It's all about Values congruence - Anthony Placek
Anthony Placek, VP at ATI Physical Therapy, is the (Values and leadership) podcast guest from the pharmaceutical sector as he brings values-based medical practice to the forefront.
Anthony achieved an Executive Certificate in Leadership and Management in 2012 from Notre-Dame University, and in 2017, he complemented that with an executive doctoral program with an emphasis in practice management.
Anthony holds several leadership positions in healthcare and leadership development VP with ATI Physical Therapy, VP/Executive Operations Ambassador with Confluent Health.What you can expect in your listening
Managers as healthcare providers need to understand business and have to take care of patients and their teams.
Communication is an art.
Anthony shares how he grows by learning from his mistakes (Self-leadership)
Anthony prescription for overcoming mistakes
Communication is key to hit the trust mark and have trustful relationships.
Relationships are built one conversation at a time.
Mid-level leaders have the ability to create a subculture and get results, and people will start asking what s/he’s doing differently and have the curiosity to know what s/he’s doing differently. Your subculture can be contagious. And you become a leader by example
Episode 22: Got stuck in your career? Try Honest reflections - Eric Twiggs
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In Episode #22 from the Values and Leadership podcast, we've Eric Twiggs. Eric is a Consultant, Founder, Author, and Executive Coach.
What you can expect to listen to:
• Put failures in the right perspective, be gentle to yourself, journal the mistakes, and the lessons learned, and keep going as long as you have this clarity
• Success isn’t a final destination. Success is a journey towards mastery of everything you do. • Honest reflections open new paths in life
• Fulfillment is leaving a legacy and creating something that people will remember you with • The leader has limited control over what others define as success
• Leaders need FeedForward through mentoring and reflection on day-to-day conversations to grow in their careers and life
Episode 21: Leadership by choice I Thomas Cameron – Cloud computing technologist at Redhat
#leadership #leadershipdevelopment #workplace In this new episode from the #valuesandleadership podcast, we're joined by Thomas Cameron a Cloud computing technologist at Redhat and leader by choice!.What you can expect to listen to: • Informal Leadership is achieved when you make sure your interests are being represented while formal leaders are making decisions that would change the workplace. • The qualities of empathetic leader • Open decision making in Redhat includes the voice of employees • How Thomas was seen as a thought leader and consultant and have a voice in Redhat management decisions while he was in rank and file positions • Formal leaders acting as servant leaders, are seen as mentors by their teams
Episode 20: Entrepreneurial Mindset Made Simple | Vernon Brown
#Entrepreneurship #leadershipdevelopmentIn Episode 20 from the #valuesandleadership podcast, Vernon shares emotional cues with entrepreneurs that create a fun, productive work environment and life experiences:
• Vernon would share how entrepreneurs can have a daily Ritual of Care and why
• A practical principle “Feel valued to work better.”
• 2nd principle “More fun at work, means more productivity.”
• Identify the 5 things you’re amazing at to have a life more natural and abundant
• How to overcome being judgmental in work
• Vernon shares the (OOPS) Model. It’s an acronym for options, opportunities, possibilities, and solutions. OOPS can move you from impatience to possibilities and solutions
Episode 19: Want A Thriving Business? Focus on L&D Framework! – Dr. Dave Vance
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Dr. Dave Vance has an MBA and a Ph.D. in Philosophy, a Former Chief Economist, Caterpillar, and President, Caterpillar University.A strategic consultant in the learning field on creating business plans, measurement & evaluation, he’s a publisher, adjunct professor, trustee, and executive director of the center for talent reporting, a blogger, and an Author.
What would you expect to listen to:
Dave provides a business-like approach to HR professionals to act as a business growth enabler rather than a support function.
HR and L&D professionals entered the profession out of a desire to help others learn and develop—not to measure or report. The HR and L&D frameworks help HR professionals to understand why the framework is important, to organize their thinking, and devise a language with which to talk about measures.
You’ll get to know the three types of measure efficiency, effectiveness, and outcome and transform HR into more business-like!
Dave explains the reasons to select a measure, based on the business needs, and how to be included in the right type of report, which may range from a simple scorecard to a more complex dashboard to a program evaluation report to a detailed management report like your colleagues in sales and manufacturing employ.
In the “Measurement Demystified” book, Dave and Peggy provide detailed step-by-step guidance to create your own measurement and reporting strategy, including creating the all-important plan, year-to-date results, and forecast values in advanced reports.
Episode 18: Fast-Track your new HR enabling and action competencies - Sanjeev Dixit
In episode no. 18 from the (Values and Leadership) podcast, Dr. Sanjeev Dixit, the Global President-Human Capital Management and Book Author, shares an HR prescription of designing a corporate culture of joint ownership.
HR is an enabling function that serves the business as their customer.
HR understanding about what the business stands for and what’s its purpose, and what the business priorities are enabled them to co-create action plans to support the business departments
Inter-departmental alignment, co-creating matrices, and measure the joint accountabilities and KPIs reduces the blame game.
PlanC is about creating a culture of joint ownership. A culture of creating goals, creating your priorities. Creating a culture of performing and achieving together.
What’s the middle line? And how does it bind the top line and bottom line to be sustainable and achievable.
The two most powerful practices that enable Sanjeev to grow daily ANDmuch more …..