At GE, learning is synonymous with leadership. In the Brilliance: Leadership Learning podcast, host Chantelle Nash and other members of Crotonville, GE's premier global learning institute (established in 1956) explore topics essential to individual and organizational development, connecting with influential leaders and experts along the way to share ideas, reflect, and bring us all to success in a rapidly changing world.
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44: Remote Work - An Innovation Catalyst
Remote work has been emerging as a trend for the modern workplace, along with the question of what impacts it has for employees and organizations alike.
We spoke with Yann Toutant, CEO of Econocom Netherlands and avid believer in remote work, to get his insights on how companies can become remote friendly to both improve the quality of employees' lives and as a key strategy for organization innovation.
Connect with Yann on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yann-toutant/
43: Design Thinking & Prototyping at GE
Do you separate your problems from your solutions? In this episode, John Sassatelli (GE Power), Michael Sander (GE Renewable Energy), and Gregory Thomas (GE Renewable Energy) discuss how they achieved meaningful, incremental, and efficient change through design thinking to make the most impact on products and processes.
42: Danielle Merfeld, CTO Renewable Energy - Leader in Residence
Danielle Merfeld, Chief Technology Officer for GE Renewable Energy, visited the Crotonville campus and spent some time with us to talk about change, trends, and innovation in the energy industry. Hear about one of the digitalization trends she's most excited about and how behavioral design can be used to help better engineer processes to manage the rapid pace of change more effectively.
Danielle was recently named "Woman of the Year" as part of the Cleanie Awards. Learn more:
She Can STEM video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVxRM5ga61I
41: Growing Into Coaching, with Derrick Rumenapp
In this episode, guest Derrick Rumenapp talks about his journey into coaching: how he got started, what it means to him, and how others can get started.
Read more of Derrick's reflections on his site: https://rumenapp.com/
40: Make Waffles, Not Spaghetti: The Art of Storytelling, with Karen Eber
You've heard it before: Storytelling is a key skill for leaders. It's one of the oldest ways to share information and instill a culture. Yet, it's not always easy for us to bring stories into the workplace.
Karen Eber has used stories across a global population to develop leaders and shape culture. In this episode, she talks about her approach to storytelling, how to leverage stories, where to find them, and of course, she shares some stories along the way.
Find Karen on LinkedIn and follow her on Twitter @KarenEber1
39: The Socially Dynamic Organization, with Julian Stodd
We caught up with an old friend in today's episode! Julian Stodd, explorer of the social age(you'll remember him from episodes 1-3), gives us more food for thought from his work over the past year on organizational trust, change, and culture.
Hear how formal power is no longer enough to be effective, insightful anecdotes from organizations Julian has worked with, and how organizations need to earn creative investment and trust from their people.
- @SeaSaltLearning and @JulianStodd on Twitter
- Social Leadership Handbook: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/0957319975/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_lkJXBb7ENXHZJ
Related getAbstract Summary: https://www.getabstract.com/en/summary/leadership-and-management/leadershift/12652
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