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The Great Conversation works with its community of leaders to source people who are bringing ideas to life. If ideas matter, actionable results also matter. Work can be purpose-driven and intentionally missional in empowering our path to value.

The Great Conversation The Great Conversation

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The Great Conversation works with its community of leaders to source people who are bringing ideas to life. If ideas matter, actionable results also matter. Work can be purpose-driven and intentionally missional in empowering our path to value.

    MIndStuck: Mastering the Art of Changing Minds (Your and others)

    MIndStuck: Mastering the Art of Changing Minds (Your and others)

    When you have conversations with others, are you trying to win? Trying to defend a position?
    Then, perhaps, you might be stuck.
    In this Great Conversation with social researcher and author Michael McQueen, we learn what is is to be Mind Stuck, and how we might discover a new way to see and be seen.
    This impacts you personally, professionally, and, in the end, influences the course of our organizations and our world. 

    • 29 min
    The Greatest Threat to Humans: It is not AI

    The Greatest Threat to Humans: It is not AI

    We create tools. The tools help us off load burdensome tasks as well as act as highly leveraged fulcrums to expand our energy and minds. These tools have helped us create. They have helped us build. They have helped us cure disease. They have helped us mitigate threats, from both human and animal.
    And now we have artificial intelligence. However, many of the implementations are failing because we are deploying management and process thinking from the industrial age.. Ironically, in the era of the machine we have become one.
    Our great conversation with Brian Evergreen, author of Autonomous Transformation: Creating a more Human Future in the Era of Artificial Intelligence, is enlightening as we pause to consider our next steps on our path to value; as individuals, businesses, and the world.

    • 48 min
    Accepting the Paradox of Leadership

    Accepting the Paradox of Leadership

    We are all on the journey of becoming. And we hope and pray, that at the end of the journey we are whole. For all of us that means being loved for who we are. And to get there, we need to establish trust in ourselves and in others.
    Trust. Could it be the foundation of everything we touch? Are we not all builders? And if so, wouldn’t we want to build all the relationships we have in this life on top of a platform of trust? And wouldn’t it make sense if that same platform that builds those relationships would be the fuel that drives innovation and change within the organizations we live and work in every day?
    This is a great conversation that holds nothing back. This is not an easy fix; especially if you do not have a roadmap. This conversation is about that roadmap that will create the scaffolding that will help you build a beautiful business and a beautiful world.

    • 35 min
    Leadership Language

    Leadership Language

    Words are an attempt to articulate reality. The reality that was yesterday. The reality that is today. And the reality that is tomorrow.
    Words can be a weapon. They can bully, demonize, and destroy.
    Words can embrace, energize, and elevate.
    If these bookends are true, then what is the area in-between that seems to be moved by one or the other?
    I have a great conversation with Chris Westfall, author of Leadership Language where we attempt to uncover the nuances of language that describe our internal journey as well as our impact on others. We learn that words matter. And our conscious use of them can help raise others up and moving in a positive direction. In the end, the observation and measurement of leadership is about how you show up and constructively influence those around you.
    Chris urges us not to see leadership as conceptual. It is not an information exchange. It is not technique. It is about an understanding of oneself. And then authentically showing up for and with others.
    The book is fast paced, pithy, and real. This great conversation may change what conversations you will have with yourself and others.
    Enjoy.

    • 27 min
    Desperate for Impact

    Desperate for Impact

    Lives of quiet desperation. We have been pulling on the quote from Thoreau for awhile in our great conversations. Our great conversation on the Future of Work with this dynamic and inspirational leader may provide you the nudge to seize this moment to recognize your impact on others and help create an engaged culture of impact and purpose with your team.

    • 31 min
    The Challenge of Industry: Creating a Bridge between Old and New

    The Challenge of Industry: Creating a Bridge between Old and New

    Whenever you attempt to capture knowledge it is useful to understand that it is a snapshot in time. Very little of what we learn will survive as true given the unique nature of change. However, it is a platform for growth as long as you have access to the real time experiences of change that are occurring. We explore this idea in this great conversation with a security consultant attempting to create a bridge between the rear view mirror and the road ahead. The conversation applies to any market anywhere. Enjoy the conversation. 

    • 31 min

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