Volatility, uncertainty, complexity. This is the work environment that is our reality. What will leaders need to know to be successful in the future? Who will they need to be to build team member commitment? How will they need to show up to create a motivating environment for their people? Welcome to the Sal Silvester on the Future of Leadership podcast - a dialogue about how leaders will need to adapt to be successful in a rapidly changing world.
Unveiling Hidden Barriers: Navigating Workplace Success for Women
Join host Sal Silvester on this enlightening episode of "Unveiling Hidden Barriers: Navigating Workplace Success for Women," where he sits down with Ellen Connelly Taaffe, the acclaimed author of "The Mirrored Door: Break Through the Hidden Barrier that Locks Successful Women in Place." In this insightful conversation, Sal and Ellen delve into the critical issues women face in today's corporate world and the invisible barriers that often hinder their progress.
Ellen, with her rich experience as a faculty member at the Kellogg School of Management and her extensive research, brings a unique perspective on the challenges and stereotypes that shape women's professional journeys. The discussion navigates through the three pivotal parts of her book – from societal influences on women's self-perception in corporate settings, the perilous success strategies often adopted by women, to forging a new and empowering path forward.
Listeners will gain valuable insights as Ellen elaborates on the concept of the "Inner Antagonist" and its role in fostering imposter syndrome. Sal's engaging style encourages Ellen to share practical advice and personal anecdotes, making the conversation both relatable and inspiring.
Whether you're a professional woman seeking guidance, a leader aiming to foster a more inclusive environment, or simply interested in understanding the dynamics of gender in the workplace, this episode is a must-listen. Tune in to discover how women can break through the mirrored door and redefine success on their own terms.
The Impact of AI on Leadership Teams
Today's episode is focused on the impact of AI on leadership teams and organizations. And here's the twist: it's a surprisingly human story. Sal speaks with Alex Goryachev, a globally recognized technology operations executive, an expert in advancing innovation culture and monetizing new technology, and a Wall Street Journal best-selling author of "Fearless Innovation". Listen in to learn more about innovation as the work of teams and the skills required in this technological transition …
Cross-cultural Competence on Global Leadership Teams
Today’s episode is focused on how to navigate the complexity of being on a global leadership team. As our world gets more complex, more global in nature, and organizational structures more matrixed, it is increasingly important for leaders to develop cross-cultural competence.
Just because you’ve traveled internationally or are from another country doesn’t make you culturally competent.
In this episode, Sal connects with expert Mary Beth Lamb to discuss the importance of cross-cultural competence when navigating the chaos and constant change associated with global business.
Overcoming Executive Loneliness
In this very important episode about executive loneliness, Sal Silvester interviews Nick Jonsson. Nick is a CEO, entrepreneur, and author of the book "Executive Loneliness." With over 25 years of experience leading successful businesses, Nick is no stranger to the unique pressures and expectations placed on executives. Through personal anecdotes, research, and interviews with other executives, Nick delves into the often-overlooked issue of executive loneliness and disconnection. In today's episode, we'll explore the topic of executive loneliness and talk about actionable steps for executives looking to overcome feelings of isolation and how to build more meaningful connections in their personal and professional lives.
Season 6 Podcast Opener: Cultivating High-Performing Executive Teams in a Complex World
Sal Silvester, host and executive producer, kicks off Season 6 of the Future of Leadership As our world continues to face geopolitical challenges, stubborn inflationary conditions, and more complexity, organizational culture will matter more than ever.
The theme for this season is how to create healthy, aligned, and more human teams at the top, including executive teams, senior leadership teams, and extended leadership teams. Why? Because a high-performing executive team is a CEO's greatest asset in addressing the challenges and opportunities that are in front of us.
This season is going to provide you with practical and actionable tools and best practices, covering topics such as:
cross-cultural competence on global leadership teams
psychological safety, and more.
With almost every episode, we’ll have a framework or a toolkit that you’ll have access to so that you can immediately apply the concepts that we discussed in the episode to your work. Additionally, our blog posts at 512solutions.com will provide further content and resources to help solidify your learning.
Deeply Human Workplace: Best Of - Season 5 Closer
Best of best clips from from season 5, exploring topics such as human needs, happiness at work, conscious capitalism, inclusion, executive presence, psychological safety and more.
Timely help on navigating the workplace of the future!
This series is so helpful in seeing how the “new normal” is being managed in different sectors. Thank you!
I appreciate Sal and his guests insight into the future of leadership. Looking forward to more episodes.
Insightful and revealing...
Each podcast is compelling, relevant, and inspiring. Sal Silvester’s expertise and conversational banter with business leaders and advisors provides a super forum to learn & improve as a leader - and as a teammate. Already eager for his next episode....