Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations

Episode 18: How to use values to thrive in complexity and change, Why leadership needs both real-time data and a future vision to properly manage crisis, why old styles of leadership is dying and how that will foster a renewed leadership strength.

July 20, 2020 Tyler Mongan with Tathra Street and Micheal Jackson Season 1 Episode 19
Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations
Episode 18: How to use values to thrive in complexity and change, Why leadership needs both real-time data and a future vision to properly manage crisis, why old styles of leadership is dying and how that will foster a renewed leadership strength.
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Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations
Episode 18: How to use values to thrive in complexity and change, Why leadership needs both real-time data and a future vision to properly manage crisis, why old styles of leadership is dying and how that will foster a renewed leadership strength.
Jul 20, 2020 Season 1 Episode 19
Tyler Mongan with Tathra Street and Micheal Jackson

Episode 18 of the Futures Intelligent Leadership Flowcast with Guests Micheal Jackson and Tathra Street, 

About Michael Jackson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaeljackson/)

Mike is a Founder Member of ShapingTomorrow.com an A.I. Driven, web-based strategic forecasting portal for corporate innovation, market research, government policy and risk management. He often speaks at conferences on a diversity of topics related to the future. I actually met Mike at a Futures Conference in Finland in 2018. 


About Tathra Street (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tathra/

Tathra is the founder of Tathra Street & Company. She is a Leadership Futurist and Entrepreneur Educator. She leverages faith in humanity to create new futures and new ways to empower leaders.  She is a practical visionary who focuses on skills building for courageous leadership


ABOUT THIS EPISODE
In today’s dialogue we jump between the power of digital technology and the importance of human values. 

If you are interested in how to use horizon scanning as a GPS to the future, How to use values to thrive in complexity and change, How technology can help leadership gain insights about the future to increase decision making confidence and reduce leadership stress, Why leadership needs both real-time data and a future vision to properly manage crisis, How to utilize both values and vision to promote and measure change, and why old styles of leadership is dying and how that will foster a renewed leadership strength. 

Show Notes

Episode 18 of the Futures Intelligent Leadership Flowcast with Guests Micheal Jackson and Tathra Street, 

About Michael Jackson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaeljackson/)

Mike is a Founder Member of ShapingTomorrow.com an A.I. Driven, web-based strategic forecasting portal for corporate innovation, market research, government policy and risk management. He often speaks at conferences on a diversity of topics related to the future. I actually met Mike at a Futures Conference in Finland in 2018. 


About Tathra Street (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tathra/

Tathra is the founder of Tathra Street & Company. She is a Leadership Futurist and Entrepreneur Educator. She leverages faith in humanity to create new futures and new ways to empower leaders.  She is a practical visionary who focuses on skills building for courageous leadership


ABOUT THIS EPISODE
In today’s dialogue we jump between the power of digital technology and the importance of human values. 

If you are interested in how to use horizon scanning as a GPS to the future, How to use values to thrive in complexity and change, How technology can help leadership gain insights about the future to increase decision making confidence and reduce leadership stress, Why leadership needs both real-time data and a future vision to properly manage crisis, How to utilize both values and vision to promote and measure change, and why old styles of leadership is dying and how that will foster a renewed leadership strength.