15 episodes

The Value of Leadership is now LIMINAL. Explore the space between our greatest challenges and a better future. Dar Vanderbeck, Vice President of the Aspen Global Leadership Network is your host and guide to inquiry with thinkers and doers daring to lead through the big, systemic transitions we need for true transformation. This season, we’ll talk anti-racism, climate change, the future of work, and more. Join us as we explore leadership in the process of becoming.

LIMINAL Philip Javellana, Samantha Cherry, Dar Vanderbeck

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The Value of Leadership is now LIMINAL. Explore the space between our greatest challenges and a better future. Dar Vanderbeck, Vice President of the Aspen Global Leadership Network is your host and guide to inquiry with thinkers and doers daring to lead through the big, systemic transitions we need for true transformation. This season, we’ll talk anti-racism, climate change, the future of work, and more. Join us as we explore leadership in the process of becoming.

    Seeing Our Common Humanity with Simran Jeet Singh

    Seeing Our Common Humanity with Simran Jeet Singh

    How can we see the light during such painful times? How can we take pause amidst chaos and hurt to stay curious? Who can we turn to and where can we go to find our common humanity? Simran Jeet Singh, a national leader in the areas of equity, inclusion, and social justice joins us on LIMINAL to share his lived experience and offer practical wisdom for seeing the light.

    • 42 min
    Facing the Shortness of Life with Suzanne Biegel

    Facing the Shortness of Life with Suzanne Biegel

    Suzanne Biegel, a beloved member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network was diagnosed with incurable lung cancer in 2022. In confronting the end of her life, Suzanne has found clarified vision around how to spend her time, live into her purpose, and speak truth. It's with gratitude that Suzanne joins us on LIMINAL to explore how we might all allow the shortness of life to shape how we show up for the better.

    • 36 min
    The Most Undervalued Driver of the Economy: Childcare with Jessica Sager and Bernadette Ngoh

    The Most Undervalued Driver of the Economy: Childcare with Jessica Sager and Bernadette Ngoh

    On this episode of LIMINAL, we are in conversation with Jessica Sager, Pahara Fellow and co-founder and CEO of All Our Kin, and Bernadette, an early-childhood educator on questions of what caregiving means to our culture and why we aren’t paying enough attention.

    • 37 min
    Reimagining Power in the Workplace with Roy Bahat and Liba Rubenstein

    Reimagining Power in the Workplace with Roy Bahat and Liba Rubenstein

    Massive transformation is underway in the way we work and our relationship to work. Rethink how ideas of power (and how we share it) could help inform better decision-making and ultimately create prosperity for everyone.

    • 37 min
    The Moral Question at the Center of the Climate Crisis with Dr. Katharine Wilkinson and Brett Jenks

    The Moral Question at the Center of the Climate Crisis with Dr. Katharine Wilkinson and Brett Jenks

    Climate change poses one of the most existential threats of our time. It is a complex and overwhelming problem that requires a diverse set of solutions. We also know that at its core, this crisis, like many, is a moral challenge, rather than a technical one. In this episode of LIMINAL, we invite you to think less about the “what” of climate work and more about the “who” and “who” we need to be in order to create the transformational change required to combat the warming planet.

    On this episode, Dar Vanderbeck is in conversation with two climate leaders - Dr. Katharine Wilkinson, Executive Director of the All We Can Save Project and author of Drawdown and Brett Jenks, CEO of Rare and an Aspen Institute Catto Fellow, to explore their unique paths into climate work and invite you to think about the ways you might show up.

    • 33 min
    Power and Race with the Groundwater Institute

    Power and Race with the Groundwater Institute

    The Groundwater Institute helps people make sense of our society is organized by race - and how that organization causes racial inequity.

    On the premiere of LIMINAL, Dar Vanderbeck is in conversation with the Groundwater team on their analysis and how they work with leaders to propel their anti-racism journeys.

    • 41 min

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