Leading the Emergence

The Emergent Future

January 27, 2021 Kate Ebner Season 1 Episode 2
Leading the Emergence
The Emergent Future
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Leading the Emergence
The Emergent Future
Jan 27, 2021 Season 1 Episode 2
Kate Ebner

Kate Ebner interviews strategist, teacher and executive coach Neil Richardson who specializes in smart government advocacy and integral thinking. They discuss how leaders can read weak signals and proactively create the future as opposed to waiting for it. Their conversation covers the importance of dialog and trust in creating the new, why it's important for leaders to feel uncomfortable in times of uncertainty, and how we can emerge from our present crises as a more creative society.

Neil is the co-author of the recently released, Preparing For A World That Doesn’t Exist-Yet. He is an instructor and speaker in Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership and George Washington University’s Center for Excellence in Public Leadership and he is Deputy Director at DC Appleseed, focusing on Workforce Development, Special Education, 0-3 Pre-K funding, Long-Term Care issues and managing operations.

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Show Notes

Kate Ebner interviews strategist, teacher and executive coach Neil Richardson who specializes in smart government advocacy and integral thinking. They discuss how leaders can read weak signals and proactively create the future as opposed to waiting for it. Their conversation covers the importance of dialog and trust in creating the new, why it's important for leaders to feel uncomfortable in times of uncertainty, and how we can emerge from our present crises as a more creative society.

Neil is the co-author of the recently released, Preparing For A World That Doesn’t Exist-Yet. He is an instructor and speaker in Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership and George Washington University’s Center for Excellence in Public Leadership and he is Deputy Director at DC Appleseed, focusing on Workforce Development, Special Education, 0-3 Pre-K funding, Long-Term Care issues and managing operations.

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