The very latest leadership, management, organisational and human development (inc coaching and work psychology) research briefings from The Oxford Review
The leadership influence model with Scott Hunter
In this episode, David talks with Scott Hunter about his leadership influence model. The model, full notes, links and transcript are here:
Organisational development and diversity from a practitioner perspective: Interview with Jo Franco-Wheeler
In this really interesting episode David talks with Jo Franco-Wheeler who is the Director of Organisational Development and Diversity at Inmarsat about the issues high tech organisations are facing especially around the organisational development and inclusion areas. For full notes, transcript and more go to: https://oxford-review.com/jo-franco-wheeler/
The importance of frames and framing
Frames and framing are critical to how we see thing, think and act. In this interview, David talks with the authors of a new book Framers: Human Advantage in an Age of Technology and Turmoil - Kenneth Cukier, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Francis de Véricourt. For the full episode notes, links, transcript and more go to: https://oxford-review.com/frames-framers-interview/
Dark Triad traits in coaches - interview with Professor Adrian Furnham
In this Episode David talks with Professor Adrian Furnham, professor of Psychology at UCL in the UK and the Norwegian Business School in Oslo about his recent research looking at Dark Triad traits in coaches. For the full episode notes, links and more go to: https://oxford-review.com/coach-dark-triad-traits/
Stifled: Where good leaders go wrong with James Wetrich
In this episode, David talks with the author James Wetrich about his latest book Stifled: Where good leaders go wrong.
For full information, the show notes and more go to: https://oxford-review.com/stifled/
How to Thrive as a Coach in a Digital World with Sam Isaacson
Coaching in a digital world brings new challenges to coaches, their clients and organisations. In this episode David talks with Sam Isaacson about How to Thrive as a Coach in a Digital World. For the full show notes, links and transcript go to https://oxford-review.com/coaching-in-a-digital-worl/
Great Topics, Terrible Audio
This is a great idea and they have good topics but the recording is very hard to listen to for an extended period of time. You can hear breathing, echos and sound is bouncing off of every surface. Please fix this... the sound quality makes the podcast unlistenable.