Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations

Special Episode: A Moment of Leadership Resilience with HA:KU Global

March 26, 2020 Tyler Mongan
Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations
Special Episode: A Moment of Leadership Resilience with HA:KU Global
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Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations
Special Episode: A Moment of Leadership Resilience with HA:KU Global
Mar 26, 2020
Tyler Mongan

In this special episode of the Futures Intelligent Leadership Flowcast, HA:KU global advisors share their insights and tips for leadership during times of complexity, uncertainty and exponential change. 

SUMMARY OF INSIGHTS: 

Tyler Mongan, President, HA:KU global: Two types of resilience. (1) Find Physiological resilience through focusing on the heart-beat for 1-3min and increase the Heart Rate Variability (HRV). (2) Find Results resilience by recharging your attention through pausing and taking an expanding view. Finish your task and feel accomplished. Then expand out and see what needs attention now. Repeat.  

Armon Owens, CMDMC, US Navy:  Do not assume the state of others that are emotionally compromised. Keep yourself in a high-performance state for clear decision making.
 
Bill Genovese, Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Banking & Financial Markets at Huawei: You need both Outside-In and inside-out perspectives to take a more wholistic and adaptive view. Do not get caught up in competition us vs them mindset, rather this is a situation requires a collaborative and quantum mindset. 

John Sweeney, PhD. Director at Qazaq Research Institute for Futures Studies (QRIFS).- Watch your signal to noise ratio and have clear lines of communication within your organization to ensure you are staying connected on important matters. Even though you need to take extreme measures now, it is important to also consider second and third order impacts of decision making. 

Loretta Breuning PhD, Founder of Inner Mammal Institute. - The brain is looking for prediction to stimulate dopamine as we confirm the prediction. This is difficult in times when we cannot see the future. Be aware that this is what the brain wants…find other ways to stimulate dopamine by focusing on a project to accomplish. You need to take step toward a reward to get the dopamine, so if your goals have changed, then find new sources of reward. .  

Luke van der Laan, PhD, Associate Professor & Director of Professional Studies, University of Southern Queensland. - We need leaders to show they are part of the global community by giving. Not to self isolate and retreat from a world that needs them. Show extra generosity. Give their time. involvement, safety, and resources. Systems that have entities that only take, cause the system to collapse. If leaders give to the system, the system will give back. 

Find out more at www.haku.global

Show Notes

In this special episode of the Futures Intelligent Leadership Flowcast, HA:KU global advisors share their insights and tips for leadership during times of complexity, uncertainty and exponential change. 

SUMMARY OF INSIGHTS: 

Tyler Mongan, President, HA:KU global: Two types of resilience. (1) Find Physiological resilience through focusing on the heart-beat for 1-3min and increase the Heart Rate Variability (HRV). (2) Find Results resilience by recharging your attention through pausing and taking an expanding view. Finish your task and feel accomplished. Then expand out and see what needs attention now. Repeat.  

Armon Owens, CMDMC, US Navy:  Do not assume the state of others that are emotionally compromised. Keep yourself in a high-performance state for clear decision making.
 
Bill Genovese, Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Banking & Financial Markets at Huawei: You need both Outside-In and inside-out perspectives to take a more wholistic and adaptive view. Do not get caught up in competition us vs them mindset, rather this is a situation requires a collaborative and quantum mindset. 

John Sweeney, PhD. Director at Qazaq Research Institute for Futures Studies (QRIFS).- Watch your signal to noise ratio and have clear lines of communication within your organization to ensure you are staying connected on important matters. Even though you need to take extreme measures now, it is important to also consider second and third order impacts of decision making. 

Loretta Breuning PhD, Founder of Inner Mammal Institute. - The brain is looking for prediction to stimulate dopamine as we confirm the prediction. This is difficult in times when we cannot see the future. Be aware that this is what the brain wants…find other ways to stimulate dopamine by focusing on a project to accomplish. You need to take step toward a reward to get the dopamine, so if your goals have changed, then find new sources of reward. .  

Luke van der Laan, PhD, Associate Professor & Director of Professional Studies, University of Southern Queensland. - We need leaders to show they are part of the global community by giving. Not to self isolate and retreat from a world that needs them. Show extra generosity. Give their time. involvement, safety, and resources. Systems that have entities that only take, cause the system to collapse. If leaders give to the system, the system will give back. 

Find out more at www.haku.global