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

Episode 28: Big Thinking, Practical Application for more Future Intelligence Leadership

March 02, 2021 Tyler Mongan with Nick Jankel and Dr. David Griffiths Season 2 Episode 28
Future Intelligent Leadership: Innovative Strategies and Wisdom for Future-Conscious Organizations
Episode 28: Big Thinking, Practical Application for more Future Intelligence Leadership
Show Notes

Episode 28 (season 2) of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast with guests Nick Jankel and Dr. David Griffiths.

About Nick Jankel

Nick is a professional keynote speaker & transformation catalyst. He is a co-founder of two enterprises: SWITCH ON, which deploys deep transformation courses, peer coaching kits, & cohesive leadership programs. And FUTUREMAKERS a start-up that works with pathfinding orgs to unleash creative sustainability & regenerative innovation. Nick co-founded his first company at age 24 and grew it exponentially to be a world leader in breakthrough innovation. After a breakthrough in his understanding of purpose at age 30, he pivoted to developing regenerative innovation approaches; and Bio-Transformation Theory & Practice®, a rigorous pathway for mastering transformation in any human endeavor thats fuses the latest brain and complexity science with profound contemplative wisdom. 

About Dr. David Griffiths

Dr. David Griffiths, A PhD but not an academic, is Trusted by executives in some of the world's best-known brands, he harnesses the power of science to create impact and meaningful value for change leaders and managers. David shows leaders and managers how to move knowledge to action to create meaningful value for themselves, their teams, their organisations and wider society. His work has won awards for research excellence through to national awards for impact on US society. David has worked with some of the world's best-known brands in 17 countries, to help leaders and managers accelerate change and transformation.

In this Episode we dialogue about…

  • The Importance of Cognitive and Emotional Complexity 
  • Why leaders need to allow a space for meaning too inspire meaningful action and meaningful value
  • How micro-interventions for expanding leadership capability and capacity need to be supported by embodiment 
  • What happens when leaders asking the wrong questions
  • Why there is not a one-size-fits-all to learning and development 
  • Ashbys law of Variety and how that impacts diversity and inclusion
  • How leaders can get people to swarm around your future vision
  • Why many leaders are doing the wrong things brilliantly. 
  • Why the future is like Building a plane while you fly
  • Why leaders need to give themselves permission to move from being cooks to chefs


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