13 episodes

To be competitive, it’s no longer enough to be innovative – you must have a strategy for disruptive growth, a plan to identify and seize an opportunity no one else has the audacity or confidence to reach for. Disruptors don’t just blow things up – they also create and build things that result in huge, positive change. Welcome to The New Rules of Disruption with Charlene Li. For the past two decades, Charlene Li has been helping people see the future and thrive with disruption. She couples the ability to look beyond the horizon with pragmatic advice on what actions work today. She helps executives and boards recognize that companies must be disruptive to compete, not just innovate.

The New Rules of Disruption Charlene Li

    • Business
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To be competitive, it’s no longer enough to be innovative – you must have a strategy for disruptive growth, a plan to identify and seize an opportunity no one else has the audacity or confidence to reach for. Disruptors don’t just blow things up – they also create and build things that result in huge, positive change. Welcome to The New Rules of Disruption with Charlene Li. For the past two decades, Charlene Li has been helping people see the future and thrive with disruption. She couples the ability to look beyond the horizon with pragmatic advice on what actions work today. She helps executives and boards recognize that companies must be disruptive to compete, not just innovate.

    Rule #10 - Embrace the Contradiction of Order and Change

    Rule #10 - Embrace the Contradiction of Order and Change

    As humans, we want both change and order in our lives. Disruptive leaders must understand how to impose order on the process of change so that the chaos of change doesn't fatigue the organization. This podcast looks at how leaders can understand and embrace the dichotomy between order and change, and how it can be a powerful tool in driving disruptive change.

    • 17 min
    Rule #9 - Replace Perfection with Excellence

    Rule #9 - Replace Perfection with Excellence

    Many leaders are frozen in place because of the fear of failure. They need to have things be perfect. But this gets in the way of leading disruptive change -- because rarely can change be perfect. Instead of trying to be perfect, focus instead on being excellent. This podcast provides three ways to jumpstart your journey to purse excellence as a disruptive leader of change.

    • 21 min
    Rule #8 - Leverage Digital To Grow Relationships

    Rule #8 - Leverage Digital To Grow Relationships

    Being a digital leader is a given, especially in the age of Zoom. But there's more to being a digital leader than simply using the technology -- it requires listening, sharing, and engaging in new ways to create and grow deep relationships.

    • 18 min
    Rule #7 - Overcome the Resistance to Change

    Rule #7 - Overcome the Resistance to Change

    Why is change so hard? I dig into how leaders must take the time to build up the trust scaffolding needed for people to feel safe and secure enough to take the first step towards change.

    • 16 min
    BONUS: Full Interview with Rebecca Macieira-Kaufmann on Scaling Leadership

    BONUS: Full Interview with Rebecca Macieira-Kaufmann on Scaling Leadership

    I interview Rebecca Macieira-Kaufmann, an experienced CEO, about how to scale leadership and lead transformations. An excerpt from this interview is featured in Episode 6: Scaling Leadership with Agency.

    • 36 min
    BONUS: Full Interview with Sharon Melnick About Leadership Power

    BONUS: Full Interview with Sharon Melnick About Leadership Power

    I interview Sharon Melnick, Ph.D., a global authority on women’s success, leadership, resilience, and power in this episode. We discuss where leadership power comes from and how leaders can develop and use their power more effectively.

    • 19 min

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