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.
Emerge Stronger - Season 3 Closer
Season 3 was focused on the topic of resilience, given the challenges of COVID over the previous 12 months.Little did we know how important that topic would continue to be - and not just because of COVID. In less than three months we would face other challenges too - a divisive political environment, the storming on the capital in January, the racially motivated shootings in Atlanta and the mass shooting in my home town of Boulder, Colorado.In this last episode we'll bring you back to some of the insights shared throughout the season and during this very difficult time in our human history.As always, don't forget to check out all of the tools and frameworks that accompanied each episode to help prepare you for the future of leadership. Go to our Future of Leadership Podcast page to download at www.512solutions.com.
How Business Leaders are Creating Resilient Organizations
How are business leaders learning in today's environment? Are we really being productive and is it sustainable? How should strategic planning evolve in the COVID era? What's been the impact of social distancing to different employee populations?
In this episode we take a broader look at resilience with our special guest Scott Sternberg. Scott has a deep background as an executive in global organizations and is now the Associate Vice President of Economic Vitality and the Executive Director of the Boulder Economic Council. Scott shares insight into how leaders are responding to this crisis and how they view leadership in a post COVID world.Don't forget to checkout the episode page at 512solutions.com to download free resources to help you and your team build resilience.
15 Lessons Learned About Remote Working
Amid a tumultuous year, we all want the same thing – SUCCESS (defined by our own terms) accomplished with HEALTHY TEAMS AND LEADERS.At 5.12 Solutions we want to support you in achieving this. So, we asked 20 of our best clients how they are addressing the challenges and what strategies they are using to build resilience in their organizations.In this episode Sal shares 15 lessons learned about working remotely.These are strategies used in large multi-billion-dollar organizations with 5,000+ people to smaller high-tech companies with 200 – 800 people.And, for a detailed report of our findings on how our clients are keeping employees engaged in a tough environment, checkout the episode on our Future of Leadership Podcast page at www.512solutions.com.
How to Build Resilience On Your Team
Ever wonder what it takes to build a resilient team?In this episode, Sal Silvester interviews Teri Farnsworth, an incredible leader and the Vice President of Human Resources for Renewable Energy Systems (RES). RES is the world’s largest independent renewable energy company, and has been at the forefront of renewable energy development for over 35 years.Teri has over 30 years in the field of Human Resources, with experience in other global organizations including W.W. Grainger, Inc., Baxter Healthcare Corporation and Arrow Electronics.Teri shares how connection, community and the employee journey are all keys to enabling your team to bounce back and emerge stronger.Don't forget to checkout the episode page at 512solutions.com to download free resources to help you and your team build resilience.
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....
I appreciate you talking about leadership in the future not theories and practices from the past.