The current ways of leading are failing to meet the challenges of our disrupted workforces. Today’s leaders have a choice between adaptation or atrophy: are you ready to evolve your mindset and accelerate change within your organization? Join ALJ founder Pete Behrens and other leading experts as they speak freely and deeply about their journeys to grow and improve as leaders. It’s time to pivot: plug-in to relearn leadership. The official podcast from Agile Leadership Journey. For leaders, by leaders.
Power Play with Deanna Singh
What is the role of a leader to shape the balance of power?
Deanna Singh, author and social entrepreneur, shares the role leaders play in shaping and sharing power along with her experience as a human, mother, coach, leader and catalyst in role modeling this behavior for others.
Pete and Deanna discuss how leaders can be more aware and actively use their power to catalyze their goals and the people engaged with them.
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Talking Transformation with CIO of Amerisure
What does it take to guide a multi-year transformation?
Amerisure Insurance has been on a 3-year culture-shaping journey to improve their speed of innovation. Amjed Al-Zoubi, the CIO of Amerisure and Pete co-presented their case study at the Business Agility Conference in NYC.
For this episode, Pete sat down with Amjed to discuss a bit more about the leader behind the title and about what it’s like to be on such a journey.
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What can leaders learn from other species?
Humans can be difficult. They judge others, hold their own agenda, and talk back. So maybe an easier way to learn leadership is through other species.
Executive coach and animal advocate Shawna Schuh joins Pete to discuss what leaders can learn and relearn by spending more time with other species.
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The Power of Community with David Siegel
How can leaders tap into the power of community?
Community is much more than social gatherings and shared learning paths. Community kept us connected and engaged through the pandemic. And following it, community might likely spark your next life or work adventure.
David Siegel, CEO of Meetup which hosts the largest community platform, shares how leaders can leverage the power of community to improve themselves and their organizations.
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Returning to the Office?
What will the post-pandemic office culture be like?
Most tech-enabled office cultures pivoted to work-from-home during the pandemic. As the impacts of COVID wanes, employees are being called back to the office. Although there is no standard, leaders are searching for the right balance between in-person collaboration and at-home flexibility.
Franco Chiaravalloti, Project Manager at Hitachi Rail Systems based in Brussels, and Von Rhea, Vice President of Software Engineering at Trimble based in Denver, join Pete to discuss aspects of post-pandemic office culture.
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The Illusion of Control
Why do leaders need to be aware of their illusion of control?
Mette Bjerrekaer, Head of Transformation Office at Grundfos, shares how the illusion of control has impacted her as a leader and her journey in letting go of it.
Bent Myllerup, Change Agent and Founder of Better Change, interviews Mette and joins Pete to share what we can all (re)learn about the illusion of control and letting go.
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Inspiration interviews, insightful stories, amazing podcast
Love the stories, the inspirational leaders Pete talks with on this podcast and every session has a key takeaway and summary at the end! Love it! Thank you!
Very informative. Great variety of engaging topics.
I love these podcasts. Great to hear stories and examples from different leaders, and I really appreciate the critical analysis at the end. Very helpful, and looking forward to hearing more!!