46 episodes

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.

Sal Silvester on the Future of Leadership Sal Silvester

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 31 Ratings

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.

    Season 5 Opener: A Deeply Human Culture

    Season 5 Opener: A Deeply Human Culture

    This season will provide you with practical and actionable tools covering topics such as psychological safety, conscious leadership, executive presence, happiness at work and home and more.

    • 6 min
    Future of Work: Season Closer

    Future of Work: Season Closer

    The best insights on the future of work from 8 of our guests during Season 4.

    • 21 min
    Future of Work: Head, Heart, and Hand

    Future of Work: Head, Heart, and Hand

    Ettienne Bouwer is our special guest in this next-to-last episode of Season 4.  As Director of Human Resources at E. & J. Gallo Winery, Ettienne provides strategic HR support to leadership teams for several wineries located in the Central Valley of California. E. & J. Gallo Winery is the largest family-owned winery in the world, employing more than 7,000 people.  For the past five years, Glassdoor has selected it as one of the top 100 Best Places to Work.


    In this episode, Ettienne talks about how our thinking is linked to our feelings and, in turn, our actions. He shares ways in which employee attitudes have shifted and how, in all facets of our lives, a sense of control, renewed alignment, and deeper relationships have impacted how people think about employment. Listen in to Ettienne as he challenges us to think, to redefine success, and to discover the new skills needed in the Future of Work.


    Don’t forget to check out this episode page on our website at www.512solutions.com for additional resources on how to prepare your leaders and teams for the future of work.

    • 22 min
    Future of Work: Lessons From Afghanistan

    Future of Work: Lessons From Afghanistan

    We continue with our Future of Work podcast season with an interview with two former military officers Joe Saboe and Russell Worth Parker.

    When the situation in Afghanistan grew desperate in the summer of 2021, I was shocked and disturbed to see people and families trapped on the wrong side of the gates at the airport and in Kabul. These two leaders decided to take action.

    You won't want to miss the leadership lessons embedded in this episode. These innovative leaders are fearless and their actions are inspirational.

    Don’t forget to check out this episode page on our website at www.512solutions.com for additional resources on how to prepare your leaders and teams for the future of work.

    • 32 min
    Future of Work: Is it Worth It?

    Future of Work: Is it Worth It?

    Our Future of Work conversation continues with Kermit Randa, a results-driven executive with extensive experience driving sustained profitable growth through customer-centric cultures of accountability and positive employee engagement. In this episode, he shares his insights on how employee’s attitudes and expectations around work have changed. We discuss why employees are asking the question “Is it worth it?” and how the answer to that question may be driving high levels of attrition. Kermit offers a change framework and accompanying strategies to meet this challenge, enabling leaders to guide their people through this whitewater period.


    Don’t forget to check this episode page on our website at www.512solutions.com for additional resources on how to prepare your leaders and teams for the future of work.

    • 20 min
    Future of Work: Building Culture in a Hybrid World

    Future of Work: Building Culture in a Hybrid World

    We continue with our Future of Work Season in an interview with Sheila Murty, Executive Vice President of People and Culture at Tillamook, one of the fastest growing brands in the United States, employing nearly 1,000 people. Sheila shares some hard-hitting insights on investing in well being, cultivating connectedness, and the challenge of building culture when people aren't physically together.


    Don’t forget to check out this episode page on our website at www.512solutions.com for additional resources on how to prepare your leaders and teams for the future of work.

    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

SSeader ,

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!

dgp.jr ,

Insightful!

I appreciate Sal and his guests insight into the future of leadership. Looking forward to more episodes.

Mike E2 ,

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....

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