Posts Tagged ‘dr. linda sharkey’

Resilience Leadership in Times of Turmoil

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Resilience is a hallmark of great leaders today. In the turbulent times that we live in, leaders must be able to lead through change. They must have self-reliance to deal with chaos, make sense out of confusion, and create clarity of purpose for the path forward. This show will help you learn the keys to create a powerful future for yourself. We will be discussing how to overcome challenges by strengthening resilience. Our guests, Jan Rutherford and Jim Vaselopulos, are leading experts in developing powerful leaders around the world and are co-hosts of The Leadership Podcast. Join us for this what will be a powerful discussion to sharpen your leadership skills!
Jan Rutherford has over 25 years of business experience and has held executive roles in business development, marketing, sales, training, product management, and as a CEO. In 2011, Jan founded Self-Reliant Leadership, LLC – a leadership development firm focused on helping leaders and teams develop self-reliance to grow their business through advising, facilitating, coaching, and wilderness expeditions.
Jim Vaselopulos is a C-level business advisor with a proven record as a leader, strategist, rainmaker and new business development expert. Jim has been a consultant to many companies across nearly every industry.  As the founder of Rafti Advisors, Inc., Jim helps early stage companies get off on the right foot, growth stage companies push through plateaus and mature companies with strategic shifts and complex challenges.

Jim Vaselopulos, Co-host of The Leadership Podcast

Jan Rutherford, Co-host of The Leadership Podcast

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Future-Proof Workplace: Disruption and the Digital Revolution

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The digital revolution is upon us opening up new possibilities and careers that didn’t exist only decades ago, and disrupting traditional businesses. Half of Fortune 500 organizations have been wiped out since 2000. If it wasn’t already obvious, we’re all in the technology business, resistance is futile.
A recent headline stated “In an age of robots, we are teaching our children to be obsolete.” Our approach to education has barely changed in millennia. However teaching from the lectern, rote learning is not keeping pace with the rapid change in business and the workplace.
Join us as we talk with Marquess Lewis from Unicon, a leading provider of technology consulting, services, and support for the education industry. Marquess Lewis is currently CTO with Unicon, Inc. with involvement in learning systems architecture for various clients, operations, architecture, and IT Security and as a member of the Unicon executive team.  Mr. Lewis has over 25 years of experience in complex systems development and operations, delivering SaaS platforms and services supporting millions of customers.  A majority of this experience is in Education, Higher Ed and K12 in the US and in global markets as well.

Marquess Lewis, CTO of Unicon, a leading provider of technology consulting, services, and support for the education industry.

 

Asking the More Beautiful Question

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Part of learning to be a problem solver is being able to ask questions. As Peter Drucker famously said, “The leader of the past knew how to tell. The leader of the future will know how to ask.“ But just asking questions can be misleading because some questions can be controlling and leading others to the answers that the asker wants, and really not used for inquiry. We have found that there is a great link between open non-judgmental questioning and innovation. Our guest this week is Warren Berger, best selling author, speaker and innovator, who takes questioning to a new level.  We will talk about how the power of questioning can ignite change in our companies, careers, and daily lives.  This is a must listen show!

A More Beautiful Question by Warren Berger