Episode 7: Momentum in Uncertainty, Passing the Mic of Leadership, Living Your Values, Re-examining the Role of Leadership
Episode 7 of the Futures Intelligent Leadership Flowcast
In this episode I am joined by Flynn Coleman in New York and Drew Dudely in Canada. Interestingly they are both recent authors and their book topics are fresh on their minds.
About Flynn Coleman (flynncoleman.community)
Flynn is an international lawyer, professor and the Author of “A Human Algorithm: how artificial intelligence is redefining who we are. It is a groundbreaking narrative on the urgency of ethically designed AI and a guidebook to reimagining life in the era of intelligent technology.
Flynn has written extensively on issues of global citizenship, the future of work and purpose, emerging technologies, political reconciliation, war crimes, genocide, human and civil rights, humanitarian issues, innovation and design for social impact, and improving access to justice and education.
About Drew Dudley (https://www.drewdudley.com/)
Drew is the Author of “This is Day One: a practical guide to leadership that matters.” He is the Founder and Chief Catalyst of Day One Leadership an organization that helps individuals and organizations create cultures of leadership through the identification and operationalization of key leadership values.
Drew’s work, as you will learn in the episode, is focused on helping people identify and adopt a personal leadership philosophy rooted in value-driven decision making. Individuals who are seen as having a personal leadership philosophy are rated as 110% more effective as leaders, and are 130% more likely to be trusted.
In the dialogue it is evident that both Flynn and Drew are well spoken and really understand the nature and importance of their work. We discuss how to build momentum towards the future within a context of uncertainty and complexity, by taking one day at a time. How to build values into the story of the future. Why we should re-examine the identity of leadership outside the constraints of influence and power. Why current leaders might need to give up their seat, or pass the mic to those who have not had a place or a voice in the future. And also the challenges of having the courage to give up your seat. The difference between equity and equality. Why leaders are not the center of the equation…
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