Henry is co-author (with Colm Foster) of Step Up: Lead in Six Moments that Matter. He is the founder and Managing Partner for Dynamic Results, LLC, providing coaching and consulting solutions to companies and individuals. He provides performance coaching to independent executives, as well as those in national organizations, helping each achieve their desired goals. In this interview, we talk about how to lead when it matters and how to know when it matters.
Edward Slingerland is the author of Trying Not to Try: The Art and Science of Spontaneity. He is Professor of Asian Studies and Canada Research Chair in Chinese Thought and Embodied Cognition at the University of British Columbia. Educated at Princeton, Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley, he is an internationally renowned expert in Chinese thought, comparative religion, and cognitive science. In this interview, we discuss how the modern science of cognition and influence are proving valid ancient Chinese wisdom.
Dean Schroeder is co-author (with Alan Robinson) of The Idea-Driven Organization. As an educator, Dean is the Herbert and Agnes Schulz Professor of Management at Valparaiso University. As a consultant and speaker, he has worked with many types of companies and organizations in North America, Europe, and Asia. In this interview, we discuss how to leverage the entire organization and benefit from the power of bottom-up ideas.
Christoph Lueneburger is the author of A Culture of Purpose: How to Choose the Right People and Make the Right People Choose You. He is a partner at Egon Zehnder, where he founded the firm’s Sustainability Practice and now heads the firm’s global private equity practice. In this interview, we discuss how innovative leaders create meaningful cultures that attract and retain top talent.
Every year as part of the LDRLB podcast, we assemble a list of the top professors on twitter in leadership, innovation, and strategy. The list recognizes some amazing thinkers and has garnered some outstanding attention from media outlets like BusinessWeek and The Globe and Mail. If you want to see last year’s list, you can check it out here.
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