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Episode 36F with authors from the book "Leadership For the Future." --INTERVIEW 1 (00:00 - 16:05) Jan Klakurka Jan Klakurka is an Associate Professor of Management and Organizational Studies at Huron University and long-standing instructor within the strategy department at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. With over twenty-five years of professional experience in industry and management consulting, Jan advises C-Level executives and executing on the ground and has served organizations across private and public sectors through his practice. (https://www.linkedin.com/in/janklakurka/)Candice Chow Candice Is professor at DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University. She teaches technical know-how as well as values-based leadership focused on moral values, self-reflection, critical integrated thinking, courage and compassion. Candice’s consulting services enable holistic strategy development through engaged advisory, workshops and team-based coaching. She co-founded Elevae Strategic Advisory to bring fresh values-based perspectives, novel evidence-based models, pragmatism, and a future-conscious mindset to help your organizations become purposeful, strategic, innovative, responsible and sustainable.(https://www.linkedin.com/in/candicechow/) ---- INTERVIEW 2 (Starts at 16:05)  Roger Spitz, President of Techistential & Founding Chairman of the Disruptive Futures InstituteBased in San Francisco, Roger Spitz is the President of Techistential (Foresight Strategy) and founding Chairman of the Disruptive Futures Institute. A member of the Association of Professional Futurists (APF, Washington), he sits on a number of Advisory Boards of Companies, Venture Capital funds & Academic institutions worldwide. Techistential's renowned Board, Governance & Investor practice works with leaders and their organizations globally to capitalize on disruption as a springboard to drive value. An advisor, speaker and author on Artificial Intelligence, Roger has invested in a number of AI startups.  Roger has two decades leading investment banking businesses, advising CEOs, founders, boards and shareholders of companies globally on strategic M&A transactions, and has advised on deals with overall value of $25bn.(https://www.linkedin.com/in/rogerspitz/)Rauli Nykänen, Research Fellow & Chair of Center for Philosophy at the Disruptive Futures InstituteBased in Finland, Rauli has a background in humanities and philosophy. After a Masters in European Philosophy, he attended doctorate studies focusing on Kant's Critique of Pure Reason.  He has a keen interest in a process philosophy approach, ontology, as well as philosophy of science. Rauli is currently conducting research at the Disruptive Future Institute where the focus is on the philosophical questions involved in complexity, artificial intelligence and decision-making. The aim is to present views on the nature of physicalist scientific speculation in such a way as to equip audiences with the ability to better appraise both capabilities and limitations of scientific solutions and the technological applications derived from them. -----About  the Book "Leadership For the Future"In this book, twenty authors from around the globe present, explore, and discuss such approaches from multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural, and planetary perspectives for the 21st century. They embrace a variety of diverse values, cognitive maps, definitions, and frameworks. Some approaches are more academically oriented; they discuss and develop theoretical perspectives. Others focus on the practice of leadership in and for the
EPISODE 36E of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast. About Mattia Vettorello Mattia is an innovation Manger.  He is a believer in life-long learning, and researches the intersection of Innovation Management, Design and Futures Studies. The research focuses on enabling and integrating Futures Literacy in complex behavioural strategies to support strategic decision-making.About Jim BurkeJim is a Foresight and Solutions Navigator at DeepDive Foresight: He is transforming ways that people and businesses can intentionally speculate, identify, and apply insights for the future. He creates innovative foresight studies that exploit  systems thinking, early-warning signals, and emerging trends to forecast disruptive risks and opportunities. About  the Book "Leadership For the Future"In this book, twenty authors from around the globe present, explore, and discuss such approaches from multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural, and planetary perspectives for the 21st century. They embrace a variety of diverse values, cognitive maps, definitions, and frameworks. Some approaches are more academically oriented; they discuss and develop theoretical perspectives. Others focus on the practice of leadership in and for the future, and offer practical guidelines for implementation.Find out more about the book "Leadership for the Future" here: https://www.cambridgescholars.com/news/item/book-in-focus-leadership-for-the-future-lessons-from-the-past-current-approaches-and-future-insightsLet’s listen -----Find out more about HA:KU Global - www.haku.global Opening Music By Drew Henmi - www.drewhenmimusic.com/
Episode 36D with Authors from Leadership For the Future. About Timothy DolanTimothy Dolan is a Policy foresight specialist with extensive international and cross cultural competencies in course development, long-term policy analysis workshops, and international policy. He is currently the principle at Policy Foresight.  About Elizabeth TureskyElizabeth Turesky is Professor of Leadership and Organizational Studies at the University of Southern Maine. Her interconnected research focuses on women and leadership, organizational change, and the nexus of experiential learning and leadership development. Prior to her academic life she was an independent Organizational Development Consultant.  About Carol NemeroffCarol Nemeroff is a Professor and Dean of the Renaissance College of Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, Canada. She is also the principal at the Maine Regulatory Training and Ethics Center at the University of Southern Maine.  Her research focuses on three interconnected areas: The first is intuitive or “magical” bases for decision-making;  the second is cross-culturally models for building resilience in ethical decision-making; the third is the intersection of gender, culture, and leadership. About  the Book "Leadership For the Future"In this book, twenty authors from around the globe present, explore, and discuss such approaches from multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural, and planetary perspectives for the 21st century. They embrace a variety of diverse values, cognitive maps, definitions, and frameworks. Some approaches are more academically oriented; they discuss and develop theoretical perspectives. Others focus on the practice of leadership in and for the future, and offer practical guidelines for implementation.Find out more about the book "Leadership for the Future" here: https://www.cambridgescholars.com/news/item/book-in-focus-leadership-for-the-future-lessons-from-the-past-current-approaches-and-future-insightsLet’s listen -----Find out more about HA:KU Global - www.haku.global Opening Music By Drew Henmi - www.drewhenmimusic.com/
EPISODE 36C of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast with Guest Dr.  Thomas Meylan and Dr, Shelbee NguyenVogesAbout Thomas Meylan  Dr. Thomas Meylan is the CEO of Digital Clones, Inc. which focus on System Integration Concepts for Targeted Sustainability Programs. Thomas has Published approximately 20 scientific papers on various aspects of stellar physics and chemical composition, and methods of spectroscopic analysis. He utilizes his experience working with organizations to develop strategies that enhance Knowledge Driven Leadership for mastery of the unexpected. About Shelbee NguyenVoges Dr, Shelbee NguyenVoges is Associate Professor at St Edward’s University. She is responsible for overseeing revisions to curriculum and program design, development, implementation, & assessment initiatives. She advises graduate students, developing, designing, & teaching graduate courses situated in emancipatory Interdisciplinary adult education and the practice of adult learning theory. About  the Book "Leadership For the Future"In this book, twenty authors from around the globe present, explore, and discuss such approaches from multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural, and planetary perspectives for the 21st century. They embrace a variety of diverse values, cognitive maps, definitions, and frameworks. Some approaches are more academically oriented; they discuss and develop theoretical perspectives. Others focus on the practice of leadership in and for the future, and offer practical guidelines for implementation.Find out more about the book "Leadership for the Future" here: https://www.cambridgescholars.com/news/item/book-in-focus-leadership-for-the-future-lessons-from-the-past-current-approaches-and-future-insightsLet’s listen -----Find out more about HA:KU Global - www.haku.global Opening Music By Drew Henmi - www.drewhenmimusic.com/
Episode 36 B of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast with Guests Elissa Farrow and Charlene D'Amore .  This is the second in a series of podcast with Chapter authors from the book "Leadership for the Future." In this podcast I interview Elissa Farrow followed by Charlene D'Amore.About Elissa FarrowElissa is the founder of “About Your Transition” which  was created to enable positive agency and adaptation. The organization as a proven track record in co-designing, assuring and delivering transformational and trans-contextual change in individuals, teams, organisations and communities. She is also a Ph.D. candidate exploring organisational adaptation implications and scenarios in the context of Artificial Intelligence futures. (https://www.linkedin.com/in/efarrow/)About Charlene D’AmoreFor over 20 years, Charlene D'Amore has been a public school teacher in Pennsylvania.  Every day she touches the future as she teaches students in grades K to 12.  In 2001, Dr. D'Amore began to learn and practice the 8 spiritual principles featured in her chapter: "Mindful Leadership: Transform Your Self, Organization, and Society".  The information in her chapter is a combination of these spiritual principles and concepts from Sociology, Organizational Management, and Leadership.  Dr. D'Amore completed her PhD in August 2019 in the area of Administration and Leadership Studies.  Her research interests include reducing stigma in society and increasing the practices of mindful leadership and spiritual development.  About  the Book "Leadership For the Future"In this book, twenty authors from around the globe present, explore, and discuss such approaches from multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural, and planetary perspectives for the 21st century. They embrace a variety of diverse values, cognitive maps, definitions, and frameworks. Some approaches are more academically oriented; they discuss and develop theoretical perspectives. Others focus on the practice of leadership in and for the future, and offer practical guidelines for implementation.Find out more about the book "Leadership for the Future" here: https://www.cambridgescholars.com/news/item/book-in-focus-leadership-for-the-future-lessons-from-the-past-current-approaches-and-future-insightsLet’s listen -----Find out more about HA:KU Global - www.haku.global Opening Music By Drew Henmi - www.drewhenmimusic.com/
Episode 36A: Leadership for the future with book editor and author Thomas Mengel. In this episode I am joined by Thomas Mengel.  He is the editor of a new book  "Leadership For the future." And this episode is the first in a series of episodes featuring chapter authors.  About Thomas Mengel  Thomas is a Professor at Renaissance College,  University of New Brunswick in Canada. Thomas has a diverse background with graduate degrees in computer science, adult education and theology. He has served in management, leadership and consulting roles in several organization in Europe. He is particularly interested in leadership and project management education in practice and theory in the context of futures studies and foresight, as well as in their historical development and philosophical underpinnings.Thomas is the recent editor of the book “Leadership For the Future: Lessons from the Past, Current Approaches, and Future Insights”.  He is also the author of four chapters in the book, which is now available to purchase. In this book, twenty authors from around the globe present, explore, and discuss such approaches from multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural, and planetary perspectives for the 21st century. You can also find a chapter in book authored by me and HA:KU global co-founder Kevin Reddy titled, " The six pillars of leadership future intelligence."   About "Leadership For the Future"Find out more about the book "Leadership for the Future" here: https://www.cambridgescholars.com/news/item/book-in-focus-leadership-for-the-future-lessons-from-the-past-current-approaches-and-future-insightsLet’s listen -----Opening Music By Drew Henmi - www.drewhenmimusic.com/
Episode 35 of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast: Looking for What Has Not Changed In the Future with Ralph Mercer and Kevin EikenberryAbout Ralph Mercer Ralphs is a former member of the Canadian Forces and currently a PhD student investigating the structural systems within professions and exploring the limiting effects on the possible futures of educational technologies. He uses Causal Layered Analysis i as an inclusive and unique method to explore the complex relationship individuals have with technology and how that relationship constraints professional agency and decision-making.About Kevin Eikenberry Kevin is the Chief Potential Officer at The Kevin Eikenberry Group. His work focuses on help organizations, leaders and individuals reach their potential through remarkable learning approaches. He is the author of “The Long Distance Teammate, which provides insights into how to help teams Stay Engaged and Connected While Working Anywhere. In this episode we discussWhy trust and safety nets are essential for leadership to build especially in a decentralized work landscape. Why wise leaders have a pulse on future trends, while also keeping an eye on the past. Why leaders should look at what has not changed instead of what has changed and why remote leadership has change what we think about leadership, but not how we lead. Let’s listenVisit us at www.haku.global to find out about Future Intelligent Leadership Training and Design Sprints. opening music by (www.drewhenmimusic.com
Episode 34 of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast About John Hagel (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jhagel/)John is the Founder of Beyond our Edge. He is widely published and quoted thought leader and keynote speaker featured at the World Economic Forum, Microsoft CEO Summit, World Technology Summit, Harvard Business School, TED, and Singularity University. His goal is to help leaders engage around fundamental issues, find more effective ways of integrating personal development, and drive the evolution of their environments to achieve their full potential. He works with companies from all over the world, to widen the field of vision to anticipate opportunities that can be leveraged, build excitement, and cultivate emotions that will help people achieve more impact and more meaning.About Amy Fletcher (https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyfletcher-futures/) Amy is a Visiting Professor of Political Science, Eastern Kentucky University. Her work focuses on public policy and foresight for emerging technologies, With areas of expertise including #futures studies, #foresight, #biopolitics, #spacepolicy and #smartcities. Skills include public policy analysis, public speaking, workshop facilitation, online webinars, and foresight analysis and scenario building.About this episodeIn this episode we discuss how fear limits foresight, why leaders need to balance the ability to zoom out and zoom in, how to create the pause and space for foresight, the power of being vulnerable enough to ask questions and not just provide answers, why organizations of the future will scale learning instead of efficiency, and why the current climate of exponential change creates exponential opportunities.   Let’s listenwww.Haku.global 
Episode 33: Functional, Implicit and Relational Roles within an Emerging Organizational System with Joan Lurie and Aurora Aritao About Joan LurieJoan is the CEO of Orgonomix, a company helping leaders and organisations transform themselves and to function at their growing edge. Her integrates strategy, systems thinking, complexity, social construction and adult development theory.Joan works with boards, executives and leadership teams to help them rewire their thinking to be more systemic, and to design and lead complex adaptive and second-order change in their organisations. With 20 years in practices she has helped companies achieve turnaround results - emerging new cultures, operating models and different organisational systems, whilst simultaneously building their adaptive capacity.Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joan-lurie-73bb0215/About Aurora AritaoAurora is founding principal at THRIVEinMIND, which offers a multi-disciplinary approach to coaching influenced by research in organisational change, motivation, emotional resilience, collective intelligence, collaboration and adaptive leadership. Aurora has had roles as a founder, leadership consultant, executive team coach and facilitator with extensive experience in tech product marketing: launching and growing award-winning productivity solutions globally for the world’s largest Tech/Telecom companies.Aurora’s current interests lie in understanding transformation, organizational behaviour, group dynamics, collaboration and the interrelationship between personality, leadership style, culture and decision-making.Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/auroraaritao/ About this episodeIn this dialogue we discuss the importance of leadership developing systemic intelligence, how the act of drawing out your role at work, and the system you work in, helps reveal your mental maps, why leadership needs to understand both the functional roles and implicit roles within a team, why understanding networks and relationship patterns is just as important as self awareness, how our inner world shape the system work and how the system or work shaping our inner world, why leadership needs to create container for the emergence of new possibilities and why big picture visions are not as useful as discovering the adjacent possibles.  Let’s listen. www.haku.global------Opening music "Breath in" by Drew Henmi: www.drewhenmimusic.com
Episode 31 of the Future Intelligence Leadership Podcast with Guests Elissa Farrow and Cathy HacklAbout Elissa FarrowElissa is the founder of “About Your Transition” which  was created to enable positive agency and adaptation. The organization as a proven track record in co-designing, assuring and delivering transformational and trans-contextual change in individuals, teams, organisations and communities. She is also a Ph.D. candidate exploring organisational adaptation implications and scenarios in the context of Artificial Intelligence futures. (https://www.linkedin.com/in/efarrow/)About Cathy HacklCathy is a leading tech futurist and globally recognized business leader specializing in augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), & spatial computing. She is one of LinkedIn's top technology voices and BigThink named Cathy one of the top 10 most influential women in tech in 2020. She's been called the CEO's business guide to the metaverse. Cathy was included in the 2021 prestigious Thinkers50 Radar list of the 30 management thinkers most likely to shape the future of how organizations are managed and led. (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cathyhackl/)About This EpisodeIn todays episode we dive deep into the impacts of technology on leadership, the changing dynamics of human and machine interaction, the challenges of navigating and leading in an augmented future, the role of virtual beings in the human landscape, and how leadership can maintain high human touch in a hi-tech reality. www.haku.global------Opening music "Breath in" by Drew Henmi: www.drewhenmimusic.com
Episode 30: Network Weaving & Digital Paradox with Jeff Piontek and Daniel PesutAbout Jeff PiontekJeff is the Vice President of Global Business Development at Perfection Learning. He is an education expert working around the world building experiences that engage students and empower them for success. His core passion is in the areas of STEM/STEAM. (Science Technology Engineering and ARTS and Mathematics) and enhancing it (logically) with the "R" for reading because, if you can't read you will be challenged to be successful in every phase of life. Jeff is committed to being a resource to his business partners, colleagues/contacts and friends, with a professional motto of "If I can't help you, I know someone who can."About Daniel Pesut Professor Emeritus at University of Minnesota. He is an Innovative Nurse Educator, Academic Career Coach, Author, Keynote Speaker, Organizational Consultant, Futurist, and Trusted Advisor. He is Skilled in helping people create desired futures with creativity, innovation, and foresight. Committed to the future of nursing and health care through development of foresight leadership, Daniel Influences and educates the next generation health care leaders to reason with critical, creative, complexity, strategic, systems, and integral thinking skills. About this EpisodeIf you are interested in exploring the timezone paradox, the challenges of quality online education, why we need at least 20% of the people in the world to be futurists, how to close to triangle for global network weaving, the future of education in a digital world and why “You cannot know where you are going until you know where you have been” then this episode is for you. Let’s listen-----Find out more about "Accelerating Leadership Future Intelligence " at http://www.haku.global Opening music "Breath in" by Drew Henmi: www.drewhenmimusic.com
Episode 29 of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast with guests Adam Safron and Thomas SchindlerAbout Thomas SchindlerCEO/ Founder of Delodi a company dedicated to developing custom software for clients and supporting clients in the product development and business model innovation process. Through his diverse work of projects, initiatives, non-profits and for-profits business, Thomas directs his focus and energy towards using technology to contribute towards making the planet a good place.  LinkedinAbout Adam Safron Adam is a systems neuroscientist with diverse research experience that focuses on multi-scale perspectives of the brain, ranging from cellular to computational levels. He is currently doing Postdoctoral research at the Kinsey Institute using neuroimaging methods to study emotion, behavioral drives, and social cognition. LinkedinAbout this EpisodeThis is dialogue we discuss:How to be an Adaptive, Autonomous and intentional leaderThe important balance between chaos and order during changeThe correlation of Adjacent possibles, zones of proximal development and production possibilities frontiersThe difference between Day One and Day Two OrganizationsThe role of predictive modeling and self modeling functions of the brain for developing a future vision. The significance of congruency and authenticity for developing trustHow leadership can create a distortion field of reality to inspire collaboration toward a future vision.-----------Find out more about Future Intelligent Leadership Facilitations and Trainings at www.haku.globalOpening Music by Drew Henmi: www.drewhenmimusic.com/
Episode 28 (season 2) of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast with guests Nick Jankel and Dr. David Griffiths. About Nick JankelNick is a professional keynote speaker & transformation catalyst. He is a co-founder of two enterprises: SWITCH ON, which deploys deep transformation courses, peer coaching kits, & cohesive leadership programs. And FUTUREMAKERS a start-up that works with pathfinding orgs to unleash creative sustainability & regenerative innovation. Nick co-founded his first company at age 24 and grew it exponentially to be a world leader in breakthrough innovation. After a breakthrough in his understanding of purpose at age 30, he pivoted to developing regenerative innovation approaches; and Bio-Transformation Theory & Practice®, a rigorous pathway for mastering transformation in any human endeavor thats fuses the latest brain and complexity science with profound contemplative wisdom. About Dr. David GriffithsDr. David Griffiths, A PhD but not an academic, is Trusted by executives in some of the world's best-known brands, he harnesses the power of science to create impact and meaningful value for change leaders and managers. David shows leaders and managers how to move knowledge to action to create meaningful value for themselves, their teams, their organisations and wider society. His work has won awards for research excellence through to national awards for impact on US society. David has worked with some of the world's best-known brands in 17 countries, to help leaders and managers accelerate change and transformation.In this Episode we dialogue about…The Importance of Cognitive and Emotional Complexity Why leaders need to allow a space for meaning too inspire meaningful action and meaningful valueHow micro-interventions for expanding leadership capability and capacity need to be supported by embodiment What happens when leaders asking the wrong questionsWhy there is not a one-size-fits-all to learning and development Ashbys law of Variety and how that impacts diversity and inclusionHow leaders can get people to swarm around your future visionWhy many leaders are doing the wrong things brilliantly. Why the future is like Building a plane while you flyWhy leaders need to give themselves permission to move from being cooks to chefsFind out more at www.haku.global/podcast and gain access to podcast transcripts and new content for building future intelligence leadership and advanced future readiness. 
Episode 13 of the Futures Intelligent Leadership Flowcast with Luke van der Laan and Rebecca CostaAbout Rebecca CostaRebecca Costa is an American Sociobiologist, Technology Futurist and Author at the Costa Group. She is a renowned global expert on the subject of “fast adaptation in complex, high failure-rate environments.” She is the author of “The Watchman’s Rattle: A Radical New Theory of Collapse” and a follow up book titled, “On the Verge” with proposes the idea of Pre-adaptation. About Luke van der LaanLuke van der Laan is a Program Director & Associate Professor at the University of Southern Queensland and author of “Foresight and Strategy In the Asian Pacific Region.” And an Advisor at HAKU Global. His expertise is in Foresight, strategic thinking, innovation and implementation.About This EpisodeThis is a very timely episode considering the state of world today. In this episode the dialogue centers around a few key ideas. (1) There is a vacuum in leadership and we have lost trust in leadership globally. (2) At the same time we have increased our trust in AI and technology.   The question that emerges from this is how can leadership utilize AI and technology to enable better decision making, without limiting their generative capability?  And what type of leadership will emerge that can inspire trust?So if you are interested in exploring why the old models of leadership are inadequate, why there Is a vacuum in leadership, How AI and technology enable decision making, How transparency has actually decreased leadership trust, why trust is important for happiness, Why we trust our technology more than we trust our leadership, how technology can trap us in analytical thinking, why we need more generative thinking in leadership, and why your executive board needs a Futurist or Foresight expert….then this episode is for you. Find out more at www.haku.global
Episode 27 of the Futures Intelligence Leadership Podcast with guest Fiona Kerr. ABOUT FIONA KERRDr Fiona Kerr researches, speaks and consults on a range of topics including the neuroscience of human-human and human-technology interaction, neurogenesis, and how good leaders create organisations that flourish. Fiona founded The NeuroTech institute to investigate how humans shape each other, how technology shapes us and thus how we should shape technology. The centre explores how we can leverage the incredible capabilities of both humans and AI, how we can maintain human connection in an increasingly technologised world, and how to create quality interaction and partnerships between humans and AI. ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this dialogue we discuss why leadership needs more complex thinking, the role of emergent logic leadership in the future, how leaders set the tone of the organization through their Volatilome, why leadership that inspires neural synchronization creates a more innovative and futures ready organization, and how to deal with the increasing role of technology in our lives without loosing the importance of human-to-human interaction and how leaders can create shared neural networks to increase autonomy and improve strategic decision making.find out more at www.haku.global
EPISODE 26 of the FUTURES INTELLIGENCE LEADERSHIP PODCASTABOUT BRONWYN WILLIAMSBronwyn Williams is a partner and foresight lead / trend analyst for FluxTrends.com and she is the co founder of Apollo42 Which develops brands for the future. She is the Co-Author of a recent book titled “the The Future Starts Now.” ABOUT BILL GENOVESEBill Genovese Chief Technology Officer | Executive Board Director Standard Health Corporation. He is a former VP of Corporate Strategic Research and Planning for Huawei in China. He has over 25 years experience in consulting and delivering financial systems management applications and infrastructure. He is also an advisor for HA:KU Global and you can learn more about his perspective on risk and risk analysis in a HA:KU global leadership fireside chat…www.haku.global. ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn today’s dialogue we explore, the role of technology in disabling and building trust, why Sentiment analysis might be a good signal for the past, but a poor signal for the future, why leadership needs to move from deterministic thinking to probabilistic thinking to expand future horizons, the dangers of using viral content to inform foresight and why we need leadership that has the courage to take risks especially in deep uncertainty.
Episode 25: The brain is a system within a system, embedded in a system, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to utilize bias, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device, the neuroscience of awareness and focus, the power of the word “because,” and why your brain might be a generator, antenna or receptor for consciousness with Dr James Giordano and Rob DubeAbout Dr GiordanoDr James (Jim) Giordano is a Neuroscientist and neuroethicist focusing upon mechanisms and treatment of neuropsychiatric spectrum disorders, and neuroethical issues generated by brain science and its applications in medicine, public life, and military intelligence and warfare. He is a Professor in the Department of neurology and biochemistry and chief of the neuroethics studies program At Georgetown university. About Rob Dube Rob Dube is the Co-CEO and Co-Founder at imageOne, which was  recognized as one of the Top 25 Small Businesses in America as a Forbes Small Giant company in 2017. Rob is the author of “donothing, The most rewarding leadership challenge you’ll ever take” and he hosts leadership retreats to help leaders do-nothing as a means to unplug and rejuvenate their minds. About this EpisodeI am really excited to have Dr Giordano on for his second visit as a guest on the podcast. If you missed it you can catch his deep insights on futures intelligence in episode 11. In this episode Rob discusses the practical practice of mindfulness that he utilizes for himself and other leaders, while Jim provides insights into the neural correlates, or brain mechanisms or the experiences.  As always this discussion is focuses around the impacts this has on futures intelligence leadership.  So if you are interested in why leaders need to understand that their brain is a system within a system, embedded in a system, How to remove mental busy-ness, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to purposefully utilize personal bias as a leader, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, why the brain is a bayesian processor and how that impacts the ability to predict and make decisions towards a specific future, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device, the neuroscience of awareness and focus, the power of the word “because,” the neuroscience of compassion, and why your brain might be a generator, antenna or receptor for consciousness. Find out more about Futures Intelligence Leadership at www.haku.global
Episode 24: Technology Upgrades and Human Performance, Humility in complex decision making, pushups for the mind, values vs results and bravado vs authentic courage with Paul Gibbons and Armon OwensABOUT THIS EPISODEIn todays episode we dialogue about the importance of Optimizing human performance and not just technology upgrades, why leadership needs to be humble when decision making in complexity, Why we need pushups for the mind to develop human cognition at scale, the distinction between values and results when measuring leadership capabilities and the difference between leadership bravado and authentic courage.ABOUT PAUL GIBBONSPaul is a keynote speaker and specialist in leading change, business strategy, and helping businesses navigate ethical challenges He is a professor at the university of Denver and His current project is a four book series called Leading Change in the Digital Age. His new book titled “The Spirituality of Work and Leadership: Finding Meaning, Joy, and Purpose in What You Do” will be out in the fourth quarter of 2020.  This is Paul’s second go at the Futures Intelligence Leadership Podcast and I am excited to have him back for this episode. https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulggibbons/ABOUT ARMON OWENSArmon Owens is a Command Master Chief in the US Navy. Currently stationed in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is also an advisor for HA:KU global leadership trainings. He is passionate about a concept he calls “Unsung Leadership”… which utilizes empathy, compassion and honor to elicit the best possible results from yourself and your team. https://www.linkedin.com/in/armon-owens-37759a36/www.haku.global
Episode 23 of the Futures Intelligence Leadership Podcast with Graham Norris and Dave Snowden. ABOUT Graham NorrisGraham is the founder of Foresight Psychology, delivering Keynotes and facilitation to help people get comfortable with the future and make better decisions. His doctoral research looked at change, adaptability and mindfulness among knowledge workers in China, which has been experiencing exceptionally rapid change and development. The subjects of the study showed that resilience and flexibility are key to overcoming biases and primal thinking that make optimal decision-making in the modern world challenging.ABOUT Dave SnowdenDave is the founder of Cognitive edge which was founded in 2005 with the objective of building methods, tools and capability to utilise insights from Complex Adaptive Systems theory and other scientific disciplines in social systems. Even if you do not know who Dave Snowden is you may be familiar with, or even used one of his decision making frameworks, called the Cynefin Framework, which he developed while at IBM to help understand the context for decision making. You can find out more about Dave and his work at https://www.cognitive-edge.com/ABOUT The DialogueIn this dialogue we discuss, how uncertainty impacts our understanding of space and time, the limitations of self awareness and memory, the importance of disposition in complexity, how to navigate crisis using diversity and distributed decision making, why leaders need better decision making metrics and why need to get rid of the cult of the individual leader and embrace contextual and crews based leadership. 
Episode 22 of the Futures Intelligence Leadership Flowcast with Guests Katherine Green, PhD and About Nur Anisah PhD---------About Katherine Green, PhDKatherine is the creator of Futures at Work. She is seasoned foresight professional helping organizations explore the future, make strategic choices, raise institutional capacity to manage change, and execute on planned change, targeting a preferred future. She use a cross-disciplinary approach, blending the futures field with the behavioral sciences. Katherine helps her clients to be prepared, not surprised.  She use a recognized 6-step foresight process, enabling clients to solve pressing business, talent and organizational challenges with tailored solutions for their future. Her work helps organizations identify change strategies that enhance success during the transitions, and offer guidance on how to 'stay the course' while pursuing a preferred future. About Nur Anisah PhDDr Anisah is a Senior Teaching Fellow Strathclyde Business School. She graduated with a PhD (Operations Research) and is a member of the Association of Professional Futurists. She helps organisations plan strategically, and design and develop performance measurement systems. She uses foresight and scenario planning to help organisations go beyond just forecasting to the generation of preferred futures.Dr Anisah created Futures_Sandbox, an initiative for transformative action learning and youth development. The Futures Sandbox is an independent, collaborative and open platform for workshops, seminars, and hands-on projects to educate and inspire youth toward imagining and creating preferred futures. https://linktr.ee/itsanisah 
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