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Author: Mahan Tavakoli

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Learn from the leadership journey of Greater Washington DC region changemakers and global thought leaders so you can align better with your purpose, grow professionally with meaning, and have a greater impact. Each week Mahan Tavakoli sits down for an intimate conversation with diverse leaders to learn from their leadership journeys so we can all improve, grow, and have a greater impact. PartneringLeadership.com
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In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Steven Sasson who invented the digital camera while working at Kodak, earning him The National Medal of Technology and Innovation award. Steven Sasson shares the story of how digital photography came to be, the many inventions that made it more accessible to eventually take the place of film photography.  Steven Sasson also talks about the support for the invention at Kodak and the many cultural and leadership challenges that got in the way of Kodak taking full advantage of the technology.  Some highlights:Steven Sasson’s love for tinkering with technologyWhy Steven Sasson chose to work at KodakConceptualizing and envisioning the first handheld electronic cameraThe first image taken with the first prototype of the portable digital cameraKodak’s initial reaction to Steven Sasson’s invention and questions for the future of digital technologyHow the support and belief of Steven Sasson’s supervisor motivated him to push his idea forward despite doubts from Kodak executivesWhy Steven Sasson’s project was kept secret by Kodak for many yearsThe story behind ECAM, the first operational DSLR camera The story behind QuickTake 100, Kodak’s collaboration with Apple Cultural and leadership challenges preventing Kodak from being able to take full advantage of digital photographyHow internal struggles, and short-sighted decisions impacted KodakSteven Sasson’s experience receiving The National Medal of Technology and Innovation award from President Barack Obama in 2009Mentioned:Don Reinertsen, authorGareth Lloyd, former supervisor at KodakJim Sheckler, former technician at KodakGilda Radner, actress and comedianJoy Marshall, former laboratory technician at KodakSteve Jobs, co-founder and former chairman and CEO of AppleSteve Wozniak, co-founder of AppleDr. Majid Rabbani, former fellow at KodakDr. Brad Paxton, former director at KodakRobert Hills, co-inventor of the first DSLR cameraJim McGarvey, former lead engineer at KodakGeorge M. C. Fisher, former CEO of KodakDaniel Allen Carp, former chairman and CEO of KodakAntonio M. Pérez, former CEO of KodakBarack Obama, 44th U.S. PresidentPete Souza, former Chief Official White House PhotographerConnect with Steven Sasson:Steven Sasson on LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli talks with Robert Morgan, founder and CEO of Talaria Media, Pivotal Moments, Managing Partner at Caneel, co-founder of GoodSeeker, and former CEO of MorganFranklin Consulting. Robert Morgan discussed how his personal life experiences aided him in establishing multiple successful and how he effectively worked with co-founders to nurture a great organizational culture.Some highlights:The lessons Robert Morgan learned from battling cancerRobert Morgan on the key elements of the organizational culture at MorganFranklinHow to deal with difficult people and still maintain a great cultureWhy self-awareness and empathy are critical in maintaining great partnershipsAlso mentioned in this episode: Ron Morgan, co-Founder of MorganFranklinRob Franklin, co-Founder of MorganFranklinWho Moved My Cheese? Book by Spencer JohnsonConnect with Robert Morgan:Robert Morgan on LinkedInRobert Morgan on Twitter: @Remorgan2Robert Morgan on FacebookPivotal Moments on FacebookPivotal Moments on InstagramPivotal Moments on TwitterConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli discusses the importance of appreciating your team members and celebrating well-planned effort rather than just celebrating success. He also shares why who we choose to celebrate and what we choose to celebrate makes a big difference in nurturing a growth mindset and a great organizational culture.    Some highlights:Appreciation in the workplace and the underwhelming statisticsThe magic ratio of positive versus negative interactionsHow to incorporate sincere appreciation in your leadershipWhy we need to start celebrating effort versus just celebrating successHow recognizing effort led to the success of Amazon echoThe importance of celebrating the right things in nurturing a growth mindset and a great organizational cultureMentioned:Mahan Tavakoli’s Webinar for Georgetown University: Your Team Doesn't Want Your "Feedback:"' Build Greater Connection, Retention, and ResultsDr. John Gottman, psychological researcher, clinician, and authorCarol Dweck, psychologist and authorAidan McCullen, author and host & founder of The Innovation Show ➡ Listen to Aidan McCullen’s Partnering Leadership podcast episode here. Jeff Bezos, CEO of AmazonConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, John Veihmeyer, former global chairman of KPMG, looks back on how he started rising through the ranks at KPMG and why leading with self-awareness and empathy was critical in rebuilding morale. John Veihmeyer also shares valuable lessons in developing resilience in leadership, inspiring a purpose-driven culture in a company, and leading for impact. Some highlights:● How performing in musicals in high school helped John Veihmeyer later in his career● Why John recommends aspiring leaders study accounting● The value of building and nurturing work relationships without expecting anything in return● How John Veihmeyer became deputy chairman of KPMG, a role he wasn’t ready for but felt responsible to undertake● The importance of ‘doing the hard thing now and building resilience in leadership● How John Veihmeyer inspired trust and regain confidence in a demoralized organization● Why John believes empathy and self-awareness are the two most important leadership traits● Why you should surround yourself with people that are going to be willing to disagree with you● Laying bricks vs. building a cathedral: the perspective John Veihmeyer promoted to inspire a purpose-driven culture● How the KPMG Family For Literacy Program started and its impact Mentioned in this episode:Steve Harlan, former managing partner at KPMG➡ Listen to Steve Harlan’s Partnering Leadership podcast episode here. Linda Rabbitt, Founder & Chairman of rand Construction ➡ Listen to Linda Rabbitt’s Partnering Leadership podcast episode here. Susan Flynn and Beth Veihmeyer, Co-founders of the KPMG Family For Literacy Program (KFFL)Stephen Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Connect with John Veihmeyer:John Veihmeyer on LinkedIn Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Aidan McCullen, the host and founder of The Innovation Show and author of the book Undisruptable: A Mindset of Permanent Reinvention for Individuals, Organisations and Life. Aidan shares examples on how organizations and individuals can embrace reinvention in order to become undisruptable. Some highlights:● Aidan McCullen talks about the reason why most change initiatives fail.● The transformation of a caterpillar into a butterfly and lessons for leaders.● How Amazon reinvented a failed product and transformed it into a killer product.● Aidan McCullen shares how seeing life as cyclical rather than linear helps us with a reinvention mindset. Also mentioned in this episode:● Rita McGrath author of The end of competitive advantage and Seeing around corners● Scott D. Anthony author of The Little Black Book Of Innovation: How it works, How to do it and co-author of Eat, Sleep, Innovate: How to Make Creativity an Everyday Habit Inside Your Organization ● Daniel Z. Lieberman author of The Molecule of More● Robert Sapolsky author of Behave Buy Aidan McCullen’s Book:  Undisruptable: A Mindset of Permanent Reinvention for Individuals, Organisations and Life         Connect with Aidan McCullen: Aidan McCullen @ theinnovationshow.ioAidan McCullen LinkedIn Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:mahantavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: partneringleadership.com 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Jim Dyke, a partner in the law firm of McGuireWoods LLP.  Jim Dyke served as Virginia’s Secretary of Education under former Virginia Gov. L. Douglas Wilder, and as Domestic Policy Advisor to former Vice President Walter Mondale. Mr. Dyke shares lessons learned based on his vast leadership experience.Some highlights:● Jim Dyke shares how his upbringing impacted his commitment to leadership and a desire to leave a legacy of impact.● Jim Dyke talks about his experience in leading the fight for the rights of women to be admitted to the Virginia Military Institute● How leadership can create the kind of culture necessary for successful change.  ● Jim Dyke talks about the significant role his wife Ellen played in helping him to become the best possible husband, father, and leader.● Leadership lessons Jim Dyke shares with others on how to become more impactful leaders. Also mentioned in this episode: Walter Mondale, Former Vice President of the United StatesClifford Alexander, First African-American Secretary of the Army Griffin Bell, 72nd Attorney General of the United StatesBen Civiletti, first Italian American to serve as Attorney General.Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Ellen Dyke, Author of Adam and Steve Connect with Jim Dyke: Jim Dyke Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Doug Dennerline, the president and CEO of BetterWorks, a performance enablement solution company that aligns workforces to the organization's top priorities with their market-leading OKR (Objectives and Key Results) software. Doug Dennerline shares his thoughts on leading with empathy, the transformational power of OKRs and the future of work.Some Highlights:Doug Dennerline on the HP Way, John Chambers and growth at Cisco.How leading with empathy shaped Doug’s leadership values.Doug Dennerline talks about the transformative power of OKRs not just as a process but also as a leadership methodology.Doug Dennerline’s perspective on the future of work.Webinar on OKRs for Georgetown University Also mentioned in this episode:John Chambers - Chairman Emeritus, Cisco / CEO, JC2 VenturesJohn Doerr - Chairman at Kleiner Perkins and author of Measure What MattersEric Yuan - CEO of ZoomConnect with Doug Dennerline:Doug Dennerline on BetterWorksDoug Dennerline on LinkedInBetterWorks WebsiteConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis, neuroscientist and former Washington DC council member and chair of the committee on economic development, recounts stories of her father, Dr. Charles Drew, and shares stories of her life as a scientist and politician, and how the intersectionality of her passions empowers her to ask the right questions in solving complex problems and leading a community.Some highlights:Dr. Charles Drew’s life and legacy as the pioneer of blood bankingDr. Charlene Drew Jarvis’ career as a neuroscientistWhy and how Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis left science for politicsThe importance of asking the right questions and how it helped Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis in contributing to the economic development of Washington DCHow Dr. Drew Jarvis’ passion for helping women and people of color led to her becoming president of Southeastern UniversityWhy Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis believes that expanded support for mental health in insurance is highly crucialDr. Charlene Drew Jarvis’ advice to young leaders.Advice on becoming an active older personMentioned:EB Henderson, Former coach at Dunbar High SchoolJudge William Hastie, Former Federal judgeMercer Cook, Former Chair at Howard University and second American ambassador to NigerWilliam Montague Cobb, Former head of anatomy at Howard UniversityJulius Rosenwald, Businessman, philanthropist, and founder of the Rosenwald FundBooker T. Washington, Educator, author, orator, and adviser to presidentsSpencie Love, Author of “One Blood”Dr. DeMaurice Moses, Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis’ husbandArrington Dixon, Former chair and member of the council of the District of Columbia Sharon Pratt, Attorney, politician, and the third mayor of the District of ColumbiaMarion Barry, Former mayor of the District of ColumbiaMuriel Bowser, Mayor of Washington DCJack Evans, Former member of the council of the District of ColumbiaAbe Pollin, Former owner of Washington Wizards & Washington Capitals Connect with Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis:Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis on TwitterConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli talks with Dan Pontefract, CEO, and Founder of Pontefract Group and author of four books including his most recent book Lead, Care, Win: How to Become a Leader Who Matters. Dan Pontefract shares his thoughts on how to lead with greater humanity, care, and compassion.Some highlights:Dan Pontefract on the pandemic as a potential to resetDan Pontefract shares how crisis can impact leadership valuesHow to increase employee engagement even with remote workDan Pontefract on the need for greater authenticity and humility in leadershipAlso mentioned in this episode:Eric Yuan, Founder of ZoomConnect with Dan Pontefract:Dan Pontefract Official WebsiteDan Pontefract on LinkedInLead. Care. Win BookDan Pontefract on Twitter: @dpontefractConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Lidia Soto-Harmon, CEO of Girl Scouts of National Capital Region, and Chair and a trustee of the Migration Policy Institute. Lidia Soto-Harmon shares her inspiring story, the importance of being open to opportunities and how to lead a purpose driven organization through crisis. Some highlights:● Lidia Soto-Harmon on the need for generosity in relationships. ● Importance of patience and humility in leadership.● How leaders, especially women, can step up and take advantage of opportunities.● The importance of establishing and maintaining relationships.● How Lidia Soto-Harmon has led the Girl Scouts through the crisis and what she expects the future holds for the organization and leadership development. Also mentioned in the Episode: Madeline Albright - Former United States Secretary of State Lyles Carr – Senior Vice President at The McCormick GroupMichelle Obama – Former First Lady of the United States  Connect with Lidia Soto-Harmon:Lidia Soto-Harmon on LinkedInLidia Soto-Harmon on TwitterLidia Soto-Harmon on Facebook Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com    
In this episode of Partnering Leadership Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Kon Apostolopoulos, founder and CEO of Fresh Biz Solutions and the co-author of 7 Keys to Navigating a Crisis. Kon Apostolopoulos shares how leaders can lead their organizations through and post-crisis. Some highlights:● Kon Apostolopoulos shares his perspective on what it takes to lead post-crisis● How purpose-driven leaders create great organizational culture● Kon Apostolopoulos talks about the importance of flexibility in leadership● The Leadership Paradox and how it relates to successful leadership● The role of resilience in building a positive organizational culture● How to lead effectively with greater gratitude   Also mentioned in this episode: James Kerr, Founder of Indispensable Consulting and author of INDISPENSABLE: Build and Lead A Company Customers Can’t Live Without Andrea Simon, CEO of Simon Associates Management Consultants (SAMC) and Author of Rethink: Smashing the Myths of Women in Business Todd Cherches, Co-Founder & CEO of Big Blue GumballAuthor of Leveraging the Power of Visual Thinking in Leadership and in Life   Connect with Kon Apostolopoulos:Fresh Biz SolutionsKon Apostolopoulos LinkedIn7 Keys to Navigating a Crisis Book on Amazon  Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Rynthia Rost, former GEICO  Vice-President for Public Affairs, and the current executive advisor to IBM International Foundation. Rynthia Rost talks about the importance of finding your voice and using it to impact positive change. Some Highlights:● How Adler’s management was changed because of young Rynthia Rost’s confidence to speak up.● The importance of finding your voice and speaking up to advance progress in communities and organizations.● Rynthia Rost on representing women and people of color in leadership.● How leaders can find their voice and why they should take more risks. Also mentioned in this episode:Delano LewisAnthony (Tony) Williams, former Mayor of Washington DCElbert Hubbard’s A Message to GarciaRobert M. Pirsig’s Art of Motorcycle Maintenance Connect with Rynthia Rost:Rynthia Rost on LinkedInRynthia Rost on Twitter  Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli talks about how leaders can set an example for those they lead through their behaviors.  Mahan shares examples of leadership behaviors that aren’t aligned with values and why team members pay attention to the smallest details of leadership behavior to determine values and priorities.  Some highlights:What kind of an example do you choose to set?Why leadership example is best shown through actions rather than wordsLeadership choices and behaviors as the true gauge of values and priorities Why the smallest choices of leaders impact the example they set for their teamsAlso mentioned in this episode:Lou Gerstner, former CEO and chairman of IBMConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Michael Rogers, Former Executive Director of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG). Prior to his appointment at COG, Mr. Rogers enjoyed a distinguished career as City Administrator and Deputy Mayor for Operations for the District of Columbia, was Director of the Mayor’s Office of Contracts/Chief Procurement Officer for the City of New York and Vice President/Municipal Services for Ogden Services Corporation.Some highlights:Michael Rogers on how growing up during the Civil Rights movement impacted his leadership.Why and how Michael Rogers went against unethical contracting practices in New York.How Michael Rogers helped increase the impact and relevance of Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG)Michael Roger’s advice on how leaders can leave an impactful legacy. Also mentioned in this episode:Marion Barry, former Mayor of Washington DCRon Brown, former US Secretary of CommerceConnect with Michale Rogers:Michael Rogers LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with John Chappelear, president and founder of Changing the Focus and author of the Daily Six, Six Simple Steps to Find the Perfect Balance between Success and Significance. John Chappelear shares how a gift of devastation created the perfect opportunity for him to be a better mentor, a better leader and most of all a better person.Some highlights:John Chappelear shares the difference between success and significanceGetting a Gift of DevastationHow leaders can use The Daily Six to add more significance to their livesJohn Chappelear’s thoughts on the role of love and forgiveness in leadershipAlso mentioned in this episode:Leading With Love, Alexander StrauchThe Book of Joy, Desmond Tutu & Dalai LamaLeadership is an Art, Max DePreeConnect John Chappelear:The Daily Six: Simple Steps to Prosperity and PurposeJohn Chappelear LinkedInJohn Chappelear FacebookJohn Chappelear TwitterJohn Chappelear InstagramJohn Chappelear YouTubeConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Doug Wheeler, Former President of Washington Performing Arts. Doug shares leadership lessons learned as he engaged the community with the organization’s mission and service to the community.Highlights:Producing a radio program for WAMU and how it started Doug’s relationship with Patrick HayesDoug Wheeler’s efforts on engaging the broader community in the arts and the mission of Washington Performing ArtsWhat drove Doug to greater involvement with Leadership Greater Washington and the Washington DC ChamberWhy and how Doug Wheeler led a charge for greater equityJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg asking Doug to chair friends of music at the US Supreme Court Also mentioned in this episode:Patrick Hayes, Founder of Washington Performing Arts SocietyJenny Bilfield, President of Washing Performing ArtsConnect with Doug Wheeler:Washington Performing artsConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Robert Rosenberg, CEO of Dunkin Donuts for 35 years and author of the book “Around the Corner to Around the World: A Dozen Lessons I Learned Running Dunkin' Donuts.” Robert Rosenberg shares his origin story, leadership successes and mistakes, and lessons learned in growing Dunkin Donuts to the household name it is today, and his advice on how to effectively lead an organization. Some highlights:Robert Rosenberg on the origin story of Dunkin Donuts Why and how Robert Rosenberg became the CEO of Dunkin Donuts at age 25How in his first 5 years as CEO, Robert Rosenberg led the impressive growth of Dunkin Donuts’ and took the company public with a market cap of $120 millionDunkin Donuts’ secret to successExploitation vs. Experimentation and why striking the right balance is critical for organizational growthHow learning to listen helped Robert Rosenberg recover from leadership mistakes How and why Dunkin Donuts focused on the success of its franchiseesRobert Rosenberg’s Top 4 essentials in leading an organization: Strategy, Organization, Communication, and Crisis ManagementRobert Rosenberg’s advice on how best to prepare for a crisisThe importance of trust in leadership and building impactful business relationshipsAlso mentioned in this episode:Charles Lubin, founder of Sara LeeNathan Cummings, founder of Consolidated FoodsDavid Halberstam, author of “The Best and the Brightest”Bob and Edna Demery, Dunkin Donuts franchise owners in Hartford, ConnecticutThomas Schwarz, former president of Dunkin DonutsLeo Prieto, Dunkin Donuts franchise owner in the PhilippinesRosabeth Moss Kanter, author of “Think Outside the Building: How Advanced Leaders Can Change the World One Smart Innovation at a Time”Howard Samuels, former director of the Small Business Administration (SBA)Connect with Robert Rosenberg:Around the Corner to Around the World websiteAround the Corner to Around the World on AmazonRobert Rosenberg on LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Kathy Hollinger, President, and CEO of the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), who has been recognized as one of the Most Influential Minorities in Cable and honored by Washington Business Journal as one of 20 Women Who Mean Business. Kathy shares how she has been able to create a positive culture within the community even during the pandemic.Highlights:How Kathy Hollinger’s Persian Heritage provided a solid foundation on family, respect, and leadership.What and why Kathy Hollinger and her husband chose Washington DC over other places.What Kathy Hollinger learned through her experiences in the DC government.How did Kathy Hollinger learn to separate politics from personal life and how it affected her decision-making.Kathy Hollinger’s transition from politics to the region’s restaurant association.What are Kathy Hollinger’s steps to ensure a win-win situation for the industry during the pandemic.Kathy Hollinger’s thoughts on the industry’s future.Also mentioned in this episode:Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis, American educator, and former scientific researcher and politicianAdrian Fenty, Former Mayor of District of Columbia, DCVincent Gray, Former Mayor of District of Columbia, DCConnect with Kathy Hollinger:Kathy Hollinger on TwitterKathy Hollinger on LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva, Founder & Chief Reinvention Officer at Reinvention Academy and author of the book, How to Thrive in Chaos. Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva shares how reinvention can help individuals and organizations thrive in constant change. Some highlights:How Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva’s origins influenced her to set up a company called We Exist Reinvention AgencyWhy reinvention is important for the survival of organizationsLearning how to live with uncertainty and volatilityDr. Nadya Zhexembayeva explains the Titanic Syndrome and its relevance to leadershipDr. Nadya Zhexembayeva’s advice on how to reinvent during a crisisUnderstanding the nature of chaos and turning chaos into the greatest business advantageAlso mentioned in this episode:Bruce Lipton, a developmental biologist and author of The Biology of BeliefJim Collins, author of Good to Great, Built to Last and How the Mighty FallHenry Mintzberg, author of Rebalancing Society and Bed Time Stories for Managers Book Resources:Elastic: The Power of Flexible Thinking by Leonard MlodinowNo Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention by Erin Meyer and Reed HastingsOther Resources:Reinvention Society Facebook GroupConnect with Nadya Zhexembayeva:Nadya Zhexembayeva on LinkedInNadya Zhexembayeva on Twitter: @NadyaZhexembayNadya Zhexembayeva on Instagram:  @chief_reinvention_officerNadya Zhexembayeva on FacebookReinvention Academy Official WebsiteConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Dr. Irma Beccera, the seventh president of Marymount University, talks about her journey becoming a higher education leader, her research in knowledge management, how to see setbacks as opportunities for growth and her vision for the future of Marymount University.Some Highlights:Dr. Irma Becerra shares how her upbringing as a Cuban-American has impacted the kind of leader she has becomeHow a setback allowed Dr. Becerra to form a partnership with her future research funderWhat knowledge management is and why it is so impactful to organizationsHow Marymount University adapted and pivoted throughout the pandemic to meet the needs of the studentsDr. Irma Becerra’s vision for the future for Marymount university, innovations for new programmatic offerings, and the university’s role in the Greater Washington DC DMV regionDr. Becerra’s advice for leadersConnect with Dr. Irma Beccera:Dr. Irma Beccera on LinkedInDr. Irma Beccera on TwitterMarymount University on InstagramMarymount University on FacebookConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
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