Future Intelligent Leadership: Innovative Strategies and Wisdom for Future-Conscious Organizations

Episode 27: Why leadership needs more complex thinking, how leaders set the tone of the organization through their Volatilome, why leadership that inspires neural synchronization creates a more innovative and futures ready organization, and how to deal wi

November 24, 2020 Tyler Mongan with Fiona Kerr Season 1 Episode 28
Future Intelligent Leadership: Innovative Strategies and Wisdom for Future-Conscious Organizations
Episode 27: Why leadership needs more complex thinking, how leaders set the tone of the organization through their Volatilome, why leadership that inspires neural synchronization creates a more innovative and futures ready organization, and how to deal wi
Show Notes

Episode 27 of the Futures Intelligence Leadership Podcast with guest Fiona Kerr.

ABOUT FIONA KERR

Dr Fiona Kerr researches, speaks and consults on a range of topics including the neuroscience of human-human and human-technology interaction, neurogenesis, and how good leaders create organisations that flourish. Fiona founded The NeuroTech institute to investigate how humans shape each other, how technology shapes us and thus how we should shape technology. The centre explores how we can leverage the incredible capabilities of both humans and AI, how we can maintain human connection in an increasingly technologised world, and how to create quality interaction and partnerships between humans and AI. 


ABOUT THIS EPISODE

In this dialogue we discuss why leadership needs more complex thinking, the role of emergent logic leadership in the future, how leaders set the tone of the organization through their Volatilome, why leadership that inspires neural synchronization creates a more innovative and futures ready organization, and how to deal with the increasing role of technology in our lives without loosing the importance of human-to-human interaction and how leaders can create shared neural networks to increase autonomy and improve strategic decision making.

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