Welcome to the Next Visions Podcast, presented by Christian Knörle, Porsche Digital, and Tim Leberecht, House of Beautiful Business. In every episode, two masterminds meet to share their personal visions on reinventing our economies and societies in extraordinary times. Listen in!
Bonus: About the Future of Business
In this bonus episode, our two hosts and masterminds Christian, head of company building at Porsche Digital, and Tim, co-founder of The House of Beautiful Business, explain why we need dissent and why mystery and ambiguity should be valued. They also answer the question of what they are doing at the House of Beautiful Business and Forward 31. This final episode of season 2 is for everyone who is looking for new ideas, new perspectives and the future of business. Stay tuned.
P.S.: If you still haven’t, take a look at the new online platform for future leader while waiting for season 3: www.houseofbeautifulbusiness.com.
About leaders who care
Carola Rackete became a public icon when she docked a migrant rescue ship in the port of Lampedusa, Italy. Because she did this without authorization, she was promptly arrested by the Italian authorities, causing a wave of solidarity to launch around her. This event marked a turning point in Carola’s life. In a conversation with Gianpiero Petriglieri, associate professor of organizational behaviour at INSEAD, she reflects on change-making and leadership.
About the power of rituals and a new spirituality
With spirituality as a new form of cultural practice Casper ter Kuile, author of The Power of Ritual, and Liane Al Ghusain, content creator and writer at The Scribes and Abaih World, are exploring how to turn everyday practices in life at work into sacred rituals and how spiritual tourism has become a new form of business.
About traveling in a (post-)pandemic world
Will we ever go back to the way we used to travel? Cheraé Robinson, founder of Tastemakers Africa, and Paulo Pisano, chief people officer at Booking.com, discuss why they believe that travel will always be there — even if it means travelling within yourself and your own capabilities.
How can we use intersectionality as a lens to help see and understand the world? Nonhlanhla Makuyana, co-founder of Decolonising Economies, and Richard Teverson, a British actor who appeared on the screen including The Crown and Downton Abbey, meet for the first time to share what their life stories and current roles teach them about empathy and awareness of social justice.
About next role models
Who can we learn from to reinvent business and our economies? Female founders! For their book, Starting A Revolution, Naomi Ryland, managing partner at tbd*, and Lisa Jaspers, CEO of Folkdays, have interviewed some of the most progressive leaders — including Dame Stephanie Shirley and Joana Breidenbach — to share their stories of leadership and changemaking.