Being a digital leader is a given, especially in the age of Zoom. But there’s more to being a digital leader than simply using the technology — it requires listening, sharing, and engaging in new ways to create and grow deep relationships.
I interview Rebecca Macieira-Kaufmann, an experienced CEO, about how to scale leadership and lead transformations. An excerpt from this interview is featured in Episode 6: Scaling Leadership with Agency.
I interview Sharon Melnick, Ph.D., a global authority on women’s success, leadership, resilience, and power in this episode. We discuss where leadership power comes from and how leaders can develop and use their power more effectively.
Humans naturally avoid conflict because it represents a potential threat to relationships important to us. But in disruptive organizations, healthy disagreements and conflict strengthen and deepen relationships with a foundation of openness and trust. Dis
Leading disruptive change requires that we develop and support other leaders so that we can scale the disruption. One of the most important ways to do this is to develop a sense of agency in every single person in your organization, regardless of their ti
To lead disruptive change, you must understand how disruptions shift power because leadership is about the accumulation and use of power. The source of leadership power is shifting, away from positions and titles toward relationships and connection. Most
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