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About the Host
Eric J. McNulty is the Associate Director of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative. He researches, writes about, and teaches leadership, crisis leadership, conflict resolution, and negotiation in graduate and executive education at Harvard and other institutions. He is a regular speaker at conferences and corporate events. McNulty is co-author of You’re It: The Pivot from Everyday to Crisis Leadership (forthcoming), Renegotiating Healthcare: Resolving Conflict to Build Collaboration, and author of numerous articles. He is a contributing editor to strategy+business magazine and past contributing editor at Harvard Business Publishing. McNulty holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and an M.A. in Leadership from Lesley University.
Episode 31: Resilience with Shannon Huffman Polson
Episode 30: A Special Edition of coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Just-in-time COVID-19 leadership lessons. Companies whose standard operating environment is rich with risk have been leading the way to help us better understand how to reimagine training and education to better engage recipients and increase the likelihood of tangible positive outcomes. Our guest today is at the forefront of this transformation. Muriel Barnier, a founder of Lime Core Training and Communications headquartered in the UAE discusses with us some interesting, new ways to approach training.
Episode 29: A Special Edition of coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Just-in-time COVID-19 leadership lessons. Cyber Security Episode
Episode 28: Coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Just-in-time COVID-19 leadership lessons.
Episode 27: Coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Just-in-time COVID-19 leadership lessons. In his new book, best-selling author Dan Heath explores how to solve problems before they start–what he calls moving “upstream.” It is complex, difficult work though essential as we confront crises and disasters that are increasingly difficult and expensive to manage through response. Leaders need to put increasing emphasis on prevention, preparedness, and recovery in order to build more resilient, less response-dependent environments.
Episode 26: Coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Just-in-time COVID-19 leadership lessons with Michelle Efendi, a community strategist and grassroots resilience advocate
Episode 25: Coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Just-in-time COVID-19 leadership lessons with Greg Ciottone, Medical Preparedness Director, NPLI and Division of Disaster Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he works clinically in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He’s known around the world as an expert in disaster and crisis medicine.
Episode 24: Coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Just-in-time COVID-19 leadership lessons with Regina Phelps and internationally recognized expert in the field of crisis management, continuity planning and exercise design. She’s the founder of E.M.S. Solutions Inc.
Episode 23: Coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Juliette Kayyem, former assistant secretary for homeland security under President Obama and faculty chair of Homeland Security program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
Episode 22: Coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Former journalist and government press secretary Suzanne Bernier.
Coronavirus mini-cast version of Leader ReadyCast: Crisis communications with Andy Gilman, president and CEO of CommCore.
While sports arenas and other such venues present myriad tactical issues, they also present leadership challenges. Greg McCurdy with the NFL and Colm Lydon with Boston Red Sox join us for this episode.
Dr. Carl Spetzler, CEO of Strategic Decision Group at Stanford University discusses the art and science of making the best possible decision
Communications and connecting in a virtual world with Dr. Nick Morgan, CEO and Founder of Public Words
Leading for Resilience Through Catastrophic Global Events from a Policy Perspective with Alice Hill
Tourniquet Training for the Public is Necessary, with Dr. Eric Goralnick, Medical Director of Emergency Preparedness at BWH
Leading a Major Public Event with Major Richard Ball of the Massachusetts State Police
Patty McCord on Creating the Netflix Culture Deck