Episode 113: The Future Of Leadership - Building Future Fit Mindsets
The future of leadership lies in our ability to embrace the non-linear nature of the world. What the military call VUCA – Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous.
This non-linear world creates opportunities but enormous challenges too.
In this episode with my guest Jean Gomes, the New York Times bestselling author and trusted advisor to CEOs and leaders, we dive into how to lead in a non-linear world.
In this episode, Jean shares his profound insights on leadership strategies, including:
🔍 How non-linear thinking is essential to lead in a rapidly changing and uncertain world where careers will become more unpredictable, requiring flexibility and adaptability.
💡 How our bodies know more than our minds do about what’s happening in the world and the need to understand our bodies to navigate in an uncertain world.
🧠 The power of “interception”, known as the 8th sense and its role in decision-making, leadership and wellbeing.
🔮 The impact of understanding our emotions as core needs for sense-making and building more meaningful connections in both our personal and professional lives.
🔍 The importance of assumption busting to create breakthroughs and new possibilities enabling us to navigate a nonlinear world more effectively.
If you love to geek out on the latest leadership and psychology insights like me, then you’ll *love* this episode.
It’s no understatement to say it’s a game-changer – the insights Jean shares you probably will never have heard before.
🌟 Join us in this engaging conversation on ‘The Future Of Leadership – Building Mindsets For The Future’ with my special guest Jean Gomes.
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