• Grey Matter Podcast Series


    Corporate Leadership 4.0

  • Leaders' View (Public)
    Thinking Business 4.0

    Are you clear about the shift in your industry/sector from pre-digital age '3.0' to digital age '4.0’? Do you understand the demands that paces on your leadership role and organisation?
     

    Leader’s View takes a unique ‘iceberg’ approach, by critically analysing leadership, organisational and sector mindset systems and structures, which are drivers below
    the surface level that impact visible surface level organisation, sector and leadership
    strategy.


    Depending on the sector critical analysis of topics can include, behaviour, change, performance, problem solving, strategy, operations, disruption, gender, ethnicity, race, sustainability and next generation thinking.


    Leader’s View occasionally releases a 'taster' of 'Premium' content to market - educational digital media for Leadership 4.0. 'Premium' is an exclusively designed and tailored transformational learning experience for one to one or small teams in a specific role, organisation and industry organisation. For more information about the vertical sectors
    we are working in please visit Leader's View in 'Solutions'.

    EPISODES

    Produced by John Grisby/
    Professor of Practice

  • Down the Rabbit Hole (Available winter 2021)
    The science of leadership mindsets

    Exploring how the human sciences influence leadership capacity and capability, which ultimately determines who 'survives' and who does not.

    About

    The human bio-psycho-neuro-socio-cultural 'DNA' of leadership.

     

    Leadership is first a thought and then expressed by action. One can never lead better than the quality of their thinking. This is where the rabbit hole begins, exploring the vast labyrinth of a leader’s human elements (human science).

    There is a practical, 'hand on' side to leadership (methodology). This podcast however take us down the other route, exploring the vast human scientific domains that influence leadership. Ultimately they impact how leaders and their organisations/industries think, adapt, develop, respond, perform and survive (or not).

    Each episode is as ‘Q&A’ with a leader or subject expert who analyses how specific domains relate to leadership thinking, behaviour, capacity and capability.

    Sociology | Behaviour | Biological Evolution | Human Geography | Genetics | Neuroscience Psychology | Cognitive Behaviour | Evolutionary Anthropology | Adult Development
    Linguistics | Cultural Evolution


    EPISODES (Available winter 2021)

    Produced by John Grisby/
    Professor of Practice