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

Episode 34: Finding Space for exponential opportunities in exponential change with Amy Fletcher and John Hagel

July 06, 2021 Tyler Mongan with Amy Fletcher and Johan Hagel Season 2 Episode 34
Future Intelligent Leadership: Innovative Strategies and Wisdom for Future-Conscious Organizations
Episode 34: Finding Space for exponential opportunities in exponential change with Amy Fletcher and John Hagel
Show Notes

Episode 34 of the Future Intelligent Leadership Podcast


About John Hagel (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jhagel/)

John is the Founder of Beyond our Edge. He is widely published and quoted thought leader and keynote speaker featured at the World Economic Forum, Microsoft CEO Summit, World Technology Summit, Harvard Business School, TED, and Singularity University. His goal is to help leaders engage around fundamental issues, find more effective ways of integrating personal development, and drive the evolution of their environments to achieve their full potential. He works with companies from all over the world, to widen the field of vision to anticipate opportunities that can be leveraged, build excitement, and cultivate emotions that will help people achieve more impact and more meaning.


About Amy Fletcher (https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyfletcher-futures/

Amy is a Visiting Professor of Political Science, Eastern Kentucky University. Her work focuses on public policy and foresight for emerging technologies, With areas of expertise including #futures studies, #foresight, #biopolitics, #spacepolicy and #smartcities. Skills include public policy analysis, public speaking, workshop facilitation, online webinars, and foresight analysis and scenario building.


About this episode

In this episode we discuss how fear limits foresight, why leaders need to balance the ability to zoom out and zoom in, how to create the pause and space for foresight, the power of being vulnerable enough to ask questions and not just provide answers, why organizations of the future will scale learning instead of efficiency, and why the current climate of exponential change creates exponential opportunities. 
 
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