27 episodes

The audio source for all things LEx. Commentary and interviews with fascinating people inside and outside of our global movement - but all people with whom the LEx Tenets resonate, all who believe that we MUST change the way leaders lead.

LEx RADIO - Changing The Way Leaders Lead LEx RADIO

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The audio source for all things LEx. Commentary and interviews with fascinating people inside and outside of our global movement - but all people with whom the LEx Tenets resonate, all who believe that we MUST change the way leaders lead.

    LEx CONVERSATIONS : Tarun Wadhwa

    LEx CONVERSATIONS : Tarun Wadhwa

    Tarun Wadhwa is a teacher,a strategist and the author of the much-anticipated book, "Identified: The Digital Transformation of Who We Are"

    The founder and CEO of Day One Insights, Tarun has some powerful insights on the move from analog to digital, identity as a currency and the intersection between the could's and should's presented in today's technology landscape.

    This, and much more, on our LEx Conversation with Tarun Wadhwa.

    • 40 min
    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Jim Stanford

    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Jim Stanford

    Jim Stanford is Canadian economist and founder of the Progressive Economics Forum. He is also founding Director of Centre for the Future of Work, Australia. Jim's recently released report, "10 ways that the COVID-19 Pandemic Must Change Work for Good!" is part of the organization's PowerShare project and a must read for anyone interested in some powerful thinking about emerging from our current COVID-19 crisis.

    Follow Jim on Twitter: @jimbostanford or at the Centre for Future Work: https//centreforfuturework.ca

    • 43 min
    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Dr Farzana Chohan

    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Dr Farzana Chohan

    Farzana Chohan is passionate about the development and mentoring of leaders.

    She is a multidisciplinary thought leader who thinks deeply about the leadership cultures that exist and might exist as we move into the future.

    The Executive Director of Leadership IN Women, Dr. Chohan has a great deal to say about the way we build those cultures, not only from the perspective of the architectural world from which she emerged, but from the conceptual perspective as well.

    Learn more about Dr. Farzana Chohan at LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/farzanachohan/

    • 36 min
    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Steve Orsini

    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Steve Orsini

    Steve Orsini has had a long and dedicated career in the service of Ontarians. He served as Deputy Minister of Finance and Secretary of the Treasury Board from 2011-2014 and Secretary of the Cabinet, Clerk of the Executive Council, Head of the Ontario Public Service (OPS) from 2014-2019.

    Steve Orsini is a distinguished fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto.

    You can find out more about Steve Orsini by visiting his profile page at the Munk School: https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/profile/orsini-steve/

    • 36 min
    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Charles Pascal

    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Charles Pascal

    Dr. Charles Pascal. Charles is Professor of Applied Psychology and Human Development as OISE/UT. He also serves as special advisor to the Dean at that same institution. He has a long-standing and very deep commitment to the area of early childhood education and took a lead on the design and implementation of Ontario’s full day kindergarten program.

    As you’ll hear in our conversation, Charles Pascal is an interdisciplinary thinker who is concerned about our growing inability to see and talk across silos, a capacity that is important in both our leaders and our citizens.


    Charles Pascal brings his insights, his years of experience in both academics and politics and his passion to today’s conversation.

    Find out more about Charles Pascal by visiting: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/aphd/Home/Faculty_and_Staff/Faculty/2097/Charles_Pascal.html

    Follow Charles on Twitter: @CEPascal

    • 51 min
    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Cindy Blackstock

    LEx CONVERSATIONS - Cindy Blackstock

    In Canada, 52.2% of children in foster care are Indigenous, but account for only 7.7% of the child population. That is a staggering fact that should cause all of us to stand up and take action.
    Dr. Cindy Blackstock is one Canadian who continues to dedicate her life to education and action around the inequality in the way in which First Nations children are treated, especially by the structures developed and maintain by the highest levels of government. For Cindy Blackstock one of the places to look for solutions is in the way we think about leadership, followship and citizenship.

    indy Blackstock is a member of the Gitxsan First Nation, Professor at McGill’s School of Social Work, and the Executive Director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society. She holds a doctorate in Social Work as well as honorary degrees from a number of Canadian universities. Dr. Blackstock is an Officer of the Order of Canada.

    Find out more about the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society at https://fncaringsociety.com

    • 46 min