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The leadership domain is conducted within human-centric environments, therefore success is always tied to the human. Filled with actionable insights rather than just information, The Iron Sharpens Iron Leadership Movement will give you a focused set of ideas that can be applied in both your personal and professional life. The greater focus you spend on the “tools” that you have and the way you “forge” your relationships and presence, the stronger the others become. This movement will showcas ...
 
Excellent Executive Coaching podcast will examples of leadership coaching issues and challenges. Excellent Executive Coaching will provide leadership coaching tips, strategies and resources that can resolve leadership issues. Subscribe today to learn about coaching top global leaders and their trials and successes. The Excellent Executive Coaching podcast is a platform of discussion and a source of knowledge sharing between professional coaches and leaders. It promotes continued education fo ...
 
Peaceful leadership advocate & mentor Maya Mathias hosts The Executive Book Club podcast, a meeting place for curious minds and battle-weary souls. Maya helps executives, civic leaders and creative thinkers tap into the insights of trailblazers who have come before us, and shares ways to integrate their practical wisdom, accelerate your soul-searching and find profound meaning amid the stresses and strains of modern life. Each episode of the Executive Book Club podcast explores a book-based ...
 
Each episode of Global Nomadic Leadership podcast will provide case studies, tips and examples of various leadership opportunities and challenges. Global Nomadic Leadership will provide strategies and resources to bring your leadership or help others to bring their leadership one step closer to excelling. Subscribe today to learn about top global leaders and their trials and successes. Your host is Dr. Katrina Burrus. She is the First Master Certified Coach from the International Coach Feder ...
 
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Jonathan Goldhill shares his strategies of guiding family-owned businesses with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC as they discuss the following questions. Tell us about your background with your family's business? Tell us about your experience with consulting and coaching? How do you define the difference? What are the biggest challenges of a family-owned bu…
 
Stanford historian Niall Ferguson joins Ian Bremmer on the GZERO World podcast to talk about the geopolitics of disaster. Throughout human history we seem to be unable to adequately prepare for catastrophes (natural or human-caused) before they strike. Why is that? And as we emerge from the greatest calamity of our lifetimes in the COVID-19 pandemi…
 
What does China—or, more particularly China’s leadership and the Chinese Communist Party— want from the rest of the world? Domination or collaboration? Allies or subjects? War or peace? Jonathan Ward, an American who is rapidly becoming one of that country's leading China experts, thinks they want victory. Dr. Ward, who has lived and worked in Chin…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Dr. Marjorie Woo, MCC answering the following questions as they discuss Marjorie’s coaching styles and techniques in Asia and China and how they different from those in the US. What are your successful strategies for initiating coaching engagements? How do you involve key stakeholders differently in Asia and the U…
 
Ben Rhodes, a former Deputy National Security Adviser to President Barack Obama, joins Ian Bremmer to talk about the state of American democracy in the 21st century. Trump, he says, cannot take all the blame for the US’s fall from grace on the global stage. Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the 2008 financial crisis and disinformation on social media h…
 
We live in a time of profound change. For anyone who doubted how fundamentally our world is changing, the global pandemic was a catastrophic proof point. Even as we in the West become more conscious of inequalities that have been part of our societal fabric for a long time, we're becoming less sure of our identities. Even as technology breaks down …
 
Lisa Johnson talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC about ways she helps businesses and individuals create more time, more freedom, and more money as they discuss the following questions. How did you become a specialist in passive income? How to use memberships to scale your business? What is your process to scale your business? What was your biggest c…
 
Renowned organizational psychologist Adam Grant joins Ian Bremmer to talk about how the pandemic has upended what we think of as “work” and how we should reimagine the office culture in a post-pandemic world. CEOs, Grant says, seem all too eager to get employees back in their cubicles, but not all of those workers seem willing to come back full tim…
 
By any measure, Latin American democracy is in trouble. From Mexico to Argentina—and most of the countries in between—there has been an accelerating erosion of both the forms and realities of representative democracy. Is the witches’ brew of the pandemic, underperforming economies, weak rule of law, and structural inequalities more than democracy c…
 
Communication is critical during a crisis and Anthony Hayes shares his tips on preparing with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC as they discuss the following questions. Tell us what got you started as a crisis management specialist? When it comes to crisis communication what top pieces of advice would you give someone who finds themselves in hot water? What …
 
Even as the pandemic, like some giant glacier, slowly and unevenly recedes, the world seems frozen in place as it deals with the mess left behind. Increased poverty and malnutrition; greater inequality; damaged and depleted health care systems; rising social and political tensions. But is this a crisis or opportunity? Or, rather, are we smart enoug…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Sarah Poynton-Ryan about creating wealth as she shares her words of wisdom answering the following questions. What lead you to advise people in real estate? How do you distinguish a good and bad deal? Why is it dangerous to fall in love with the investments you make? What is a wealth mindset and a loosing mindset?…
 
Jane Harman, a nine-term member of Congress (D-CA) who served for decades on the major security committees in the House of Representatives, discusses the shortcomings of the US national security strategy for the last few decades, and assesses the Biden administration's plans to strengthen it. In an interview with Ian Bremmer, she discusses the prio…
 
Maya Roffler shares her thoughts about leadership with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC as they discuss the following questions. Why do you think Women are the leaders of the future? Why are empathetic leaders the best leaders? What did you learn from being on a dating reality show? What have you found to be women leaders biggest challenges when first enter…
 
A few weeks ago, Belarus shocked the world when it forced a commercial flight from Athens to Vilnius to land and seized two passengers, one a dissident journalist. But that outrage was only the most recent affront to international law and accepted state behavior by Belarusian autocrat, Alexander Lukashenko, and more importantly, his patron, Russia'…
 
Former US Ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder weighs in on US President Joe Biden’s first trip abroad, which included a very important first stop at the G7 summit in the United Kingdom, and the way forward for the US and its closest friends. Did he convince allies that “America is back” and ready to resume its leadership role in global affairs? And if s…
 
2020 will be remembered as the Pandemic Year, when a deadly pathogen somehow moved from bat to human—and the rest is history still being written. Six out of 10 infectious diseases are zoonotic: everything from COVID and the other coronaviruses to rabies, West Nile, even the plague. In a Croesus-like effort to break the cycle, Denmark recently kille…
 
In today’s episode Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Mark Morey about understanding the workplace and how leaders can play a role. Some questions discussed in this episode are: What does nature bring to leaders? You provided leadership retreats at NIKE. What did that consist of? What did you learn from Google’s research on what makes good and prod…
 
Is there a path to democracy for Europe’s last dictatorship, Belarus? Exiled Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya discusses her hopes and fears for the country with Ian Bremmer on the GZERO World Podcast. President Alexander Lukashenko has maintained a tight grip on power in Belarus for the last 26 years and rigged the results of h…
 
A case can be made that the Middle East is going through a realignment as significant as any since statesmen drew lines on maps after World War I or since the state of Israel was created in 1948. New realities are emerging: peace instead of war among key Arab countries and Israel; reduced United States political and military engagement; reversal of…
 
The need for feedback to unlock the full potential of a leader is discussed as Tina Clements and Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC answer the following questions. How did you learn of the difference between coaching, consulting, training and mentorship? Why do you feel executives shy away from coaching as a solution? How do you know when your employee is blo…
 
Robin Hills talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC about the emotional aspect of leadership as they discuss the following questions: Why is emotional intelligence so important? How can emotional intelligence be developed? What is the role of resilience in emotional intelligence? How can coaching help? What is so special about coaching focused on emotio…
 
By any measure, Latin American democracy is in trouble. From Mexico to Argentina—and most of the countries in between—there has been an accelerating erosion of both the forms and realities of representative democracy. Is the witches’ brew of the pandemic, underperforming economies, weak rule of law, and structural inequalities more than democracy c…
 
It was an ongoing question before the pandemic, but coronavirus has made it all the more urgent. With global inequality and extreme poverty on the rise, how do we patch up the many holes in the world's social safety nets? The idea of governments providing all adults with a set amount of cash on a regular basis, no strings attached, is gaining atten…
 
Agriculture as it is practiced today—industrial scale ranching and farming—is already a huge contributor to the accelerating pace of climate change. Feeding a growing global population implies even greater greenhouse gas emissions, as well as energy, water and land usage. Moreover, the pandemic demonstrated the fragility and vulnerability of the gl…
 
Seth Berkley answers what led him to become the successful leader he is as CEO of GAVI the Vaccine Alliance while answering the following questions. Tune in! What is your leadership Strategy? What is one trait you possess that makes you an effective leader? Can you tell us a story of how you used that trait to build success? What were some of your …
 
Latin America’s largest economy has endured years of economic hardship, a barrage of political scandals, and one of the worst pandemic death tolls in the world. So where does Brazil go from here and how much longer can its president hold onto power? Former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, who remains one of the most influential political figure…
 
With bold commitments coming from both political and business leaders around the globe, 2021 could be a critical year in the fight against climate change. As sustainable investing moves from being a nice idea to a necessary move, what does it mean for your bottom line? In the latest episode of Living Beyond Borders, moderator Caitlin Dean speaks wi…
 
Africa is growing or, to be precise, Africa is growing more Africans. Projections show that by 2050 Africa's population is likely to double. By 2100 one in three people on Earth will be African, including almost half of global youth. But can Africa produce the food, energy, economic activity, education, and social and political stability that all t…
 
As many have had to re-image their workplace, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Chris Kane about what the future looks like to entrepreneurs as he answers the following questions. What was your motto? "Where is my office" is the title of your new book. What instigated you to write on this topic? Considering most people don’t want to go back to 9-t…
 
Today’s world is short of a lot of things—sustainable environment, peace, prosperity, equality—but what we lack most is innovative, global, values-based leadership. If we can find and nurture that kind of leadership, the rest will follow. Listen as two Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership prize winners and friends, scientist, inventor, and entre…
 
Ask national security experts how they view China today and they’ll likely the use a term like “adversary” or “economic competitor.” But what about “enemy?” How close is the world to all-out-war breaking out between United States and China? According to US Admiral James Stavridis (Ret.), who served as Supreme Allied Commander to NATO, those odds ar…
 
Filippino national hero Jose Rizal allegedly said that “Youth is the hope of our future.” When it comes to governance, is that a good thing in a world where there is a growing body of evidence that youth's satisfaction with democracy is declining in many countries? This decline—in absolute terms, as well as relative to how older generations felt at…
 
Today's world is short of a lot of things—sustainable environment, peace, prosperity, equality—but what we lack most is innovative, global, values-based leadership. If we can find and nurture that kind of leadership, the rest will follow. The Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership Prize named in honor of Jan Eliasson, one of the most accomplished …
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Diana Fryc about women in leadership and some of the obstacles they face in the business world as they answer the following questions. Why aren’t there more women in leadership roles (C-suite/VP) and how can we change this? What are the most surprising hurdles women in leadership keep running into? What are the di…
 
India’s latest COVID explosion hits home as one Delhi-based journalist speaks with Ian Bremmer about her own father’s death from the virus. Barkha Dutt has been reporting on the pandemic in India since it began, but nothing could prepare her for the catastrophic second wave that has hit her country in the last few weeks—and that has now shattered h…
 
It wasn't that long ago that globalization was almost universally perceived as a good thing, when policymakers celebrated free trade agreements, and when countries competed to lower barriers to the free flow of goods, technology, and money. But something in the global zeitgeist seems to have shifted from free trade and open markets to decoupling, n…
 
In answering the following questions, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC discusses with Brandon Smith the “overdose of urgency” that individuals face and how it affects their business and personal life. What do you qualify as workplace dysfunction? How do you go about identifying a company's culture? What do you mean by “hot sauce” to describe urgency? What i…
 
After four years of President Trump lobbing red meat to his base nearly every day, President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office have been refreshingly “boring.” He’s fired off zero early-morning Twitter rants and picked no fights with professional sport teams nor Mika Brzezinski. That’s not to say, however, that he hasn’t been busy. Since January…
 
In a special GZERO conversation, Ian Bremmer examines the impact of President Biden's recent statement recognizing Armenian genocide at the hands of Ottoman Empire, an atrocity that began 106 years ago during World War I. What are the ramifications for US/Turkey relations going forward and how will Biden's recognition affect Armenia? Ian Bremmer di…
 
A shape-shifting event like the global pandemic affects almost everyone on the planet— but it especially affects children. They have seen their education, social, mental, and physical health development, and nutrition badly— perhaps permanently— damaged. And what’s bad for kids is worse for girls because in too many countries, especially in low- an…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Steve Heroux about his sales experience and his teaching insight as he answers the following questions. What made you want to go into sales? When did you start your sales career? What's your greatest accomplishment? If you could start over in sales, what would you do differently? What tools do you use to train and…
 
Today’s world is short of a lot of things—sustainable environment, peace, prosperity, equality—but what we lack most is innovative, global, values-based leadership. If we can find and nurture that kind of leadership, the rest will follow. In this special episode you will meet Nithya Ramanathan, one of the three 2020 Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Lea…
 
Earlier this month President Biden did what three of his predecessors could not: he announced an unconditional end to the war in Afghanistan. On this edition of the GZERO World Podcast, Mike Waltz, a decorated combat veteran and Republican Congressman, tells Ian Bremmer why he thinks that decision spells disaster. "The next 9/11, the next Pulse Nig…
 
What does China—or, more particularly China’s leadership and the Chinese Communist Party— want from the rest of the world? Domination or collaboration? Allies or subjects? War or peace? Jonathan Ward, an American who is rapidly becoming one of that country's leading China experts, thinks they want victory. Dr. Ward, who has lived and worked in Chin…
 
In a wide-ranging interview with Ian Bremmer, Pulitzer Prize-winning climate journalist Elizabeth Kolbert assesses the current state of the climate crisis and answers a simple question: how screwed are we? And as the climate continues to warm at a record pace, she unpacks some of the more extreme climate solutions that some increasingly desperate n…
 
Early in 2020, when the global pandemic was still gathering force, UNICEF published a prophetic, deeply disturbing document "All children of all ages and in all countries are being effected in particular by the socioeconomic impacts and in some cases, by mitigation measures that may inadvertently do more harm than good. This is a universal crisis. …
 
Today’s world is short of a lot of things—sustainable environment, peace, prosperity, equality—but what we lack most is innovative, global, values-based leadership. If we can find and nurture that kind of leadership, the rest will follow. In this special episode you will meet Jared Genser, one of the three 2020 Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadersh…
 
r. Soumya Swaminathan calls for a massive increase in the global vaccine supply in order to prevent the rise of more dangerous and vaccine-evading super-variants, in a wide-ranging interview with Ian Bremmer on the GZERO World podcast. Dr. Swaminathan, Chief Scientist at the World Health Organization, argues that vaccine nationalism, where countrie…
 
Even as the pandemic, like some giant glacier, slowly and unevenly recedes, the world seems frozen in place as it deals with the mess left behind. Increased poverty and malnutrition; greater inequality; damaged and depleted health care systems; rising social and political tensions. But is this crisis or opportunity? Or, rather, are we smart enough …
 
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