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Welcome to the Leading for Good Podcast series with Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair & Partner for Mutual Growth...and the search for the common good at Global Leadership Associates. Join us as we gather with people who are transforming leadership. The series aims to stretch how we think about “a leader's footprint.” We’ll ask, can leaders tip the world towards the good and contribute in ways that both feel good and are profitable? With strategic thinkers from organisations worldwide, we’ll investigate what Leading for Good means.

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United Kingdom

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Welcome to the Leading for Good Podcast series with Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair & Partner for Mutual Growth...and the search for the common good at Global Leadership Associates. Join us as we gather with people who are transforming leadership. The series aims to stretch how we think about “a leader's footprint.” We’ll ask, can leaders tip the world towards the good and contribute in ways that both feel good and are profitable? With strategic thinkers from organisations worldwide, we’ll investigate what Leading for Good means.

Language:

English


Episodes

7.Claire D’Abreu-Hayling, Chief Scientific Officer at Sandoz and a member of the Sandoz Executive Committee. Belonging, authenticity & the importance of intersectionality.

9/28/2023
Claire D’Abreu-Hayling, Chief Scientific Officer at Sandoz and a member of the Sandoz Executive Committee talks to Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair & Partner for Mutual Growth…and the search for the common good at Global Leadership Associates about what bringing our whole person to work looks like. Together, Claire and Elaine explore what sits above and beyond our professional and technical capabilities. They ask, ‘How can we wholly embrace our authentic selves at work and collaborate effectively despite our personal differences?’ ‘Can we stay true to our identity, be acknowledged for the value we contribute, and still advance in the world?’ In her role, Claire leads an organisation of over 1,800 associates across 5 major countries globally. She is a strong advocate of women in leadership in STEM, a champion for Inclusion and Diversity in her current and previous organisations and a member of the Women Leaders Association in the UK. Access the full episode below. Our accompanying article can be found HERE >> .

Duration:00:34:00

6. Dr Jan Birtle, Fellow and Specialist Adviser in Coaching and Mentoring to the Royal College of Psychiatrists examines living with risk; ripples of fear and the power of connection

8/9/2023
Living with risk. Ripples of fear & the power of connection – A view from Psychiatry. Dr Jan Birtle, Fellow and Specialist Adviser in Coaching and Mentoring to the Royal College of Psychiatrists talks to Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair & Partner for Mutual Growth…and the search for the common good at Global Leadership Associates to discuss what it means to get alongside people who are experiencing trauma and distress. They look at facing into one’s own dilemmas and anxieties while stepping forward to make tough calls. Read our accompanying article here.

Duration:00:33:50

5. Kate Isler, Co-Founder and CEO of TheWMarketplace celebrates women’s contribution to society

3/30/2023
Kate Isler, Co-Founder and CEO of TheWMarketplace - an e-commerce platform supporting women-owned businesses - talks to Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair of Global Leadership Associates and Partner for Mutual Growth....and the search for the common good, about celebrating women’s contribution to society. She also speaks to the imbalance in their access to senior decision - making roles. Setting this disparity in a global context, she discusses whether gender equality is a vital part of a healthy society. Are we, she questions, seeing, in regard to women’s participation, the giddying pace of change so evident across many other parts of life? Read our accompanying article here.

Duration:00:29:24

4. James Cameron CBE, VP of Global Leadership and Learning in Walmart reflects on what ‘leading into your best’ really means

3/1/2023
James Cameron CBE, Vice President of Global Leadership and Learning in Walmart talks to Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair of Global Leadership Associates and Partner for Mutual Growth and the search for the Common Good to reflect on what ‘leading into your best’ really means. In an immense organisation, like Walmart, leaders have the opportunity to better the environment and shift global thinking, on sustainable ways of living. At the same time, they need to deliver as retailers. How do they find themselves in such a large system? Is it possible to harmonise a no-nonsense business approach with a more holistic regenerative vision? Read our accompanying article to the episode here.

Duration:00:23:03

3. Andrew Wallis, Founder and CEO of Unseen, talks about how to disrupt a system of human exploitation, the scale of which the world has not seen before

12/14/2022
“Breaking up baked-in systems”; Andrew Wallis, Founder and CEO of Unseen, an organisation working towards the eradication of modern slavery, talks to Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair of Global Leadership Associates and Partner for Mutual Growth and the search for the Common Good about how to disrupt a system of human exploitation, the scale of which the world has not seen before. With minimum estimates of 50 million held in slavery, it took a long time for things to get this far. How can it be brought to a stop? What can leaders, from all walks of life do, to alter the progress of any system, well fixed in commercial gain? Read our accompanying article to the episode here.

Duration:00:23:24

2. Andy Samuel, CEO of the North Sea Transition Authority discusses what is required of leaders if they are to face their social, economic and planetary responsibilities

11/29/2022
Can leaders plan for a future in which the true wealth of energy is shared? Do they have the skills and support needed to take hold of a complex situation, keep the lights on and transition towards net zero? Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair of Global Leadership Associates and Partner for Mutual Growth and the search for the Common Good and Andy Samuel, CEO of the North Sea Transition Authority discuss what is required of leaders if they are to face their social, economic and planetary responsibilities. Read our accompanying article to this episode here.

Duration:00:27:56

1. Leslie Dighton, Trustee for the Foundation of the Common Good, examines how leading for the common good can expand and enrich our thinking for the benefit of us all

11/15/2022
In this launch episode, series host, Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair of Global Leadership Associates and Partner for Mutual Growth and the search for the Common Good chats to Leslie Dighton, Trustee for the Foundation of the Common Good, Founder of the Chairman’s Club & Governor of the LSE. Together they examine how leading for the common good can expand and enrich our thinking for the benefit of us all. Read our accompanying article to this episode here. These are the words and views of Leslie Dighton. To find out more about the Common Good Foundation and some of the books Leslie has written including 'The Little Black Book of the Common Good', please visit their website here. Thank you for listening.

Duration:00:19:35

Episode 0: Leading For Good with Elaine Herdman-Barker. Coming Soon...

10/24/2022
Welcome to the Leading for Good Podcast series with Elaine Herdman-Barker, Chair & Partner for Mutual Growth...and the search for the common good at Global Leadership Associates. Join us as we gather with people who are transforming leadership. The series aims to stretch how we think about “a leader's footprint.” We’ll ask, can leaders tip the world towards the good and contribute in ways that both feel good and are profitable? With strategic thinkers from organisations worldwide, we’ll investigate what Leading for Good means.

Duration:00:00:35