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Juneteenth is a good time for leaders to declare their Leadership Freedom. Some leaders struggle with many factors that cause leadership power to be subjugated by their own personal tyrannies.
Juneteenth, recognized on June 19, commemorates the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas in 1865.
And so as it pertains to leadership, what are the things that cause us to not recognize our leadership freedom? Let’s talk about three things: fear, oppression, and ignorance.
Normally, MSOL sponsors regular get togethers for staff, faculty, students and alums to discuss articles that focus on relevant leadership topics. Today, Dr. Jim Dittmar convenes a panel of distinguished alumni to discuss an article from the MITSLoan Management Review entitied, "The Question Every Project Team Should Answer." The subheading of the article's title states: "Many projects fail because they are launched without a clearly articulated reason why they're being pursued. Exploring the four dimensions of compelling 'why statement' can improve a project's chances of success. Joining Dr. Dittmar are MSOL graduates Wayne Unks and Neil Brem from Cohort 80, Lynn Rodden from Cohort 71, and Megan Monstwil from Cohort 78. Listen or call in and join the fun as these grads talk about what they learned about project managment from this article.
Join Gulruh Turhan and Ozlem Kiyat-Berber as they launch the Voice of Leadership Turkey. Their guest will be Ben Ward of The Next Explorers.
After fifteen years of teaching Mathematics and extensive work with community service projects, Ben Ward has created the educational organization The Next Explorers with the goal of igniting a movement to transform the way we learn. Ben’s aim is to give young people the tools, space and support to become leaders of their own lives, to discover their own unique path and to increase their capacity to collectively shape the future. As part of his Leadership Quest he is piloting a student leadership programme at the Copenhagen International School, based on the synergy of co-active leadership, service-learning and social entrepreneurship. The programme is engaging an increasing number of students who represent different groups from within the school community. Structures, models and collaborations within the wider community are emerging. “I am standing strong in the blend of my intelligence type and my vulnerability. My masks are off and it feels like I am connecting deeply with the students, teachers, parents and community. Already I am sensing a shift in energy to one of possibility, creativity and solidarity.” - See more at: http://www.thevoiceofleadership.com/upcoming-programs.html#sthash.iJwboxNw.dpuf
Join the Voice of Leadership Thursday, August 16th from 8 - 9 PM EST for a conversation with Paul McGinniss, Coach and North American Master Trainer of the NeuroLeadership Group and Beth Jones, Coach and Lead Trainer of the NeuroLeadership Group.
This is a conversation that you will want to hear: Paul and Beth bring the neuroscience of the brain and leadership together: how does a leader's message get heard and why do some people hear your message and others don’t. What keeps us from truly living our brilliance?
Airing live, you'll have the opportunity to ask Paul, Beth, Tammy and Linda questions and share your thoughts. Call-in number is (310) 982-4166.
Women in Leadership - A Competitive Advantage.
Leadership matters. It's that simple. Now, more than ever we need effective leadership to address the complex problems of our times. Traditional leadership roles and organizational structures will not support the level of complexity we are faced with today. We must change our perspectives and approaches in order for our organizations and communities to thrive.
We believe the time is right for more women to step into leadership roles. Chris Neilands and Gina Paigen will present research findings that support the business case to devote more resources to develop women leaders.
Plan to join Chris Neilands and Gina Paigen for this dialogue and learn more about the factors that shape the future of leadership. For more information, visit www.thevoiceofleadership.com
Love and leadership. Doesn’t that just roll off of your tongue? They go together quite well, at least phonetically. But with respect to love's relationship with leadership -- as the song goes -- What's love got to do with it? This episode will explore love-leadership connections.Why is it that love drives leaders to do such great things? Why does passion imply greatness and success? Why the self-less love of a leader so important? Tune in as we discu
Many of us face the challenge of striving to be successful in spite of self-defeating behaviors of their bosses. How can your be successful in spite of this horrid leadership? The trick here is recognizing this early and establishing the appropriate game plan. There are sadly many forms of this toxic leadership tune in to our show were we will discuss some of them.
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