Episode 20: Futures Intelligence Leadership Podcast with Mark Laisure and David Burkus. psychological safety in change, The power of “I don’t know”, how to create collaborative visions of the future.
Episode 20 of the Futures Intelligence Leadership Podcast with Guests Mark Laisure and David Burkus.
About Mark Laisure
Mark is the CEO of Vortex Immersion Media, the world’s leading designer of transformative 360degree immersive entertainment experiences. Mark spent his early career around Wall Street as principle with Firms such as UBS Paine Webber and Wellington Shields & Co. has utilized his experience to guide several business start-ups, takeovers, and turn-arounds,. Mark is also an inspirational speaker, producer & Co-Host of The LIFE CHANGES Radio Show and Live Event Series focused on sharing and embracing "change" in order to "do life better."
About David Burkus
David is one of the world’s leading business thinkers. His forward-thinking ideas and bestselling books are helping leaders and teams do their best work ever. He is the best-selling author of five books about business and leadership. His insights on leadership and teamwork have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Bloomberg and BusinessWeek… to name a few. Since 2017, David has been ranked as one of the world’s top business thought leaders by Thinkers50. He is a former business school professor and holds a master’s degree in organizational psychology and a doctorate in strategic leadership from Regent University.
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
I met Mark several years ago in California where we were speaking at the same event. What struck me was how Marks career has transitioned from finance and mechanistic thinking to a more wholistic and energetic focused mindset. This is theme is present throughout this dialogue.
Another theme we touch on is the importance of leadership authenticity and the ability of leaders to create a sense of safety. Within a climate of uncertainty complexity and exponential change…leaders will get things wrong and they will fail to achieve their initial vision and the the vision might change…and that is ok. But they also need to create a safe space for others to fail in the process. And this requires leadership to have the courage to relinquishing control over the future vision and allow a collaborative vision to emerge.
If you are interested in exploring the role of psychological safety in change, The power of “I don’t know”, how to create collaborative visions of the future, authentic listening and positive authenticity, the importance of developing self discernment in a information world, the power of flexible work environments and why experts and leaders need to share their thought process to get buy-in…then this episode is for you.
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