The CoachingOurselves Podcast

Humble Leadership: Pipe dream or Necessity? -- Fireside chat w. Edgar Schein, Peter Schein, and Jeremiah Lee

February 07, 2020
The CoachingOurselves Podcast
Humble Leadership: Pipe dream or Necessity? -- Fireside chat w. Edgar Schein, Peter Schein, and Jeremiah Lee
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The CoachingOurselves Podcast
Humble Leadership: Pipe dream or Necessity? -- Fireside chat w. Edgar Schein, Peter Schein, and Jeremiah Lee
Feb 07, 2020
Edgar Schein, Peter Schein, Jeremiah Lee, Phil LeNir, CoachingOurselves

Relationships, openness and trust. Are our organizations ready? Is it necessary? What can HR professionals do to make it happen?

In this fireside chat you will learn about "Humble Leadership" and why it matters to effective organizations and the world. As organizations face more complex interdependent tasks, leadership must become more personal in order to insure open trusting communication that will make more collaborative problem solving and innovation possible. Yet the reality in many organizations is different. Constant pressure drives dysfunctional leadership behavior and reward systems that emphasize individual competition and "climbing the corporate ladder".

CoachingOurselves author Edgar Schein and Peter Schein recognize this reality and call for a reimagined form of leadership that coincides with emerging trends of relationship building, complex group work, diverse workforces, and cultures in which everyone feels psychologically safe.

We are delighted to have Jeremiah Lee, a senior innovation leader and leadership adviser at Spencer Stuart, host this fireside chat..

This podcast is ideal for HR, L&D and OD professionals interested in designing programs for culture change and leadership.

Show Notes

Relationships, openness and trust. Are our organizations ready? Is it necessary? What can HR professionals do to make it happen?

In this fireside chat you will learn about "Humble Leadership" and why it matters to effective organizations and the world. As organizations face more complex interdependent tasks, leadership must become more personal in order to insure open trusting communication that will make more collaborative problem solving and innovation possible. Yet the reality in many organizations is different. Constant pressure drives dysfunctional leadership behavior and reward systems that emphasize individual competition and "climbing the corporate ladder".

CoachingOurselves author Edgar Schein and Peter Schein recognize this reality and call for a reimagined form of leadership that coincides with emerging trends of relationship building, complex group work, diverse workforces, and cultures in which everyone feels psychologically safe.

We are delighted to have Jeremiah Lee, a senior innovation leader and leadership adviser at Spencer Stuart, host this fireside chat..

This podcast is ideal for HR, L&D and OD professionals interested in designing programs for culture change and leadership.

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