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Today’s show will focus on both the need for and practice of mindfulness within the educational setting. Mindfulness or the philosophy of being present has many beneficial attributes that can enhance the educational experience for both students and instructors. The philosophy of servant leadership is a wonderful platform through which one can practice mindfulness, as it provides specific areas of leadership through which needs can be understood and met in an enhanced way using mindfulness. Join doctoral candidate, Ivon Prefontaine, and me in a discussion on how mindfulness and servant leadership can blend within the classroom and any educational setting.
The term “servant leadership” is not reserved exclusively for those running high profile corporations. We will discuss why it is important for business owners on all levels to incorporate a “serve first, lead second” culture in their business model. The ability to authentically build on this concept will help not only assist you in helping others, but will help you to grow personally and in your business.
Our Guest: After a 17 year career, servant leader and veteran executiveKimberly O'Neil walked away from it all with the goal of influencing others to make giving a part of their lifestyle. As the youngest African American woman to be appointed as a City Manager and known as The Giving Architect, she now develops growth strategies for nonprofits and matches public figures and businesses with charitable organizations that match their passions through her company The Giving Blueprint. Throughout the year, Kimberly mentors emerging leaders and hosts “Just Kim and Friends” events to support children living in underserved communities and domestic violence shelters. You can find more about her on her site at http://kimberlyoneil.com.
Your Host: Tai Goodwin, M. Ed., is a marketing strategist, business coach, and award-winning instructional designer. A former employedpreneur, she is the founder of Launch While Working.com and host of the popular Launch Talk podcast. Tai works with women coaches, authors, speakers, and consultants who feel called to lead and serve through entrepreneurship. Her specialty is showing them how to monetize their expertise with information products and signature programs. Learn more and download 3 Secrets for Getting More Clients & Increasing Your Cash Flow by visiting TaiGoodwin.com.
Servant leadership and Aboriginal alternative education blend well together as a philosophical marriage of traditional and not-so-traditional ways of knowing and learning. Youth at risk in particular can benefit from this holistic approach to learning more about themselves through service to their community. Belonging, mastery, generosity, and independence comprise this holistic approach by working with the Circle of Courage, a Nala’atsi aboriginal Alternative Program. Join Masters student, Karen Hlady, and I as we discuss not-so –traditional ways of working with youth at risk.
It is hard to imagine that during difficult times, there is another approach to business than downsizing and layoffs. By changing the focus away from self-interest towards the common good, Servant Leadership is a philosophy where the business leader is a servant first and leader second. Imagine the CEO of your company showing a real interest in your growth and development, concerned that you have what you need to help you thrive. Imagine how you would feel about a company where management value
What source of information is really teaching us? Thirty second sound bites? News as entertainment? Subliminal marketing messages? This show will focus on the importance of academic education in forming the quality of our societies and citizenry. Using the lens of Robert Greenleaf’s Servant Leadership, we will explore Greenleaf’s philosophy of servant first, leader second, as a way to build moral communities both within education and beyond. While Greenleaf did not cite any specific
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
A number of years ago a scholar named Greenleaf wrote about a concept he called "servant leadership." On its face it may seem to some like a contradiction in terms as we know them. What does it mean? How does it work? Who is an example of the practice? How can one learn about it? How can one develop skills needed? Is this just another fad?
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
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.
John Hanson’s recent article In Government Finance Review, regarding the need to shift focus within the public sector, stated that “to survive and succeed in these difficult economic times, government leaders and their employees must work together to replace the old-fashioned public servant paradigm with a business model that is aligned with the realities of current business conditions and constituent expectations. Join me and my guest, John Hanson, as we discuss the necessity of ap
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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