Paolo Gallo: Leading with clarity, care and coherence
What do inspirational leaders do? How do they think? And how do they look after themselves? They certainly have to be able to learn and reinvent themselves. Build trust with others. They have to see the bigger picture whilst mastering the fine detail of their business. They have to be clear on what they stand for and and take care of themselves so that they can perform at their best at critical moments.
The model of top-down, command-and-control leadership — still prevalent in many large organisations — doesn’t work for employees and stakeholders who want more empowerment, flexibility and care.
These are the themes I explore with Paolo Gallo, the author of the book The Compass and the Radar, an executive coach, speaker and adjunct professor.
The best bits of these conversations are captured in my newsletter Flashes+Sparks.
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|03.57||How do you define success in life?|
|08.01||How to hone your radar and compass — and the three roles played out in mid-life transitions.|
|15.45||What’s missing in the workplace.|
|21.36||How organisations create coherence whilst allowing self-expression.|
|25.02||Optimism about the resilience of people in a world of sophisticated technology.|
|30.30||Focus of leaders in a post-COVID world.|
|34.57||How to improve your leadership, redesign the organisation and reconnect with people when you’re exhausted.|
“I believe every person has an immense treasure to offer the world.”
Paolo Gallo, executive coach, author & speaker