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Leadership at the edge

The Institute of Leadership & Management

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Every month, the Institute of Leadership & Management's CEO, John Mark Williams, is joined by senior leaders from around the world to discuss their real-life experiences of everyday leadership practice, challenge outdated leadership practices and offer a fresh take on the issues that today's leaders face. New episodes go live on the last Thursday of every month. Subscribe through any major podcast platform.
 
I'm Dr. Jon Finn. I founded the award-winning Tougher Minds consultancy. I have three psychology related degrees and have worked in performance psychology for over 20 years. I started in elite sport (working with world-class athletes and coaches). I now also work with some of the biggest businesses in the world. In this podcast, I share my expertise about how you and your team can use insights from cutting-edge science and elite sport to fulfil your potential in our challenging world. I prov ...
 
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How can you DESTROY YOUR DESTRUCTIVE HABITS and SWITCH ON YOUR SUPER HABITS? It’s simple, just listen to the Everyday MBA podcast where Kevin Craine interviews me to uncover the step-by-step process. SHOW NOTES: Dr. Jon Finn discusses his book "The Habit Mechanic" and ways to supercharge your leadership skills. Jon uses insights from psychology, be…
 
On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by Executive Mental Health Advocate, Entrepreneur and Author, Nick Jonsson, explore the significant topic of mental wellness, delving into the issues of being lonely at the top, daring to be vulnerable in the workplace, and much …
 
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On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by International Trainer, Coach and Author, Birgitta Sjöstrand, explore the implications of hybrid working, organic teams vs inherited teams, and being sustainable as a leader. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leade…
 
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On this new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by Director of Reimagine Leadership, Dr Jim Hamill, explore the impact of the 'great resignation', the feasibility of the 4-day work week, and the growing empowerment of employees. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/…
 
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Dr. Jon Finn wrote his best-selling book ‘The Habit Mechanic’ (which took him over 20 years) because his life’s mission is to help people to be their best in the challenging modern world. This book is proven to change lives. People have said it is a ‘MANUAL FOR LIFE’, and a ‘TOOL KIT FOR SUCCESS’. It contains over 30 self-improvement tools. Dr. Jon…
 
On this episode you will learn: ✔︎ How Dr. Finn, from Leeds, UK, took three psychology related degrees to inform his work with The Habit Mechanic and his Tougher Minds Consulting Firm. ✔︎ What Dr. Finn discovered made Roger Bannister's training more "efficient and effective" than his competitors. ✔︎ How he has used his Habit Mechanic Model to devel…
 
On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by Founder and CEO of Lean In Agile, Leila Rao, explore the state of leadership and if we’re getting better at it; trust as an act of courage, and observing patterns of behaviour as a survival mechanism. --- Send in a voice messa…
 
Check it out The Habit Mechanic: Fine-Tune Your Brain and Supercharge How You Live, Work, and Lead via this link: https://geni.us/TheHabitMechanic If you want to feel better and do better, the biggest problem that you probably face is that most self-help training and coaching is outdated and it’s ineffective in our challenging world. Why? Because i…
 
On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by acclaimed academic and author, Henry Mintzberg, explore future opportunities and challenges for managers, the power of a crowd and distorted choices, and the dangers of superior leadership and abusive management. --- Send in a…
 
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Download chapters 1 and 2 of 'The Habit Mechanic' for free here. This podcast is a short extract from my book ‘The Habit Mechanic’. It explains what we do at Tougher Minds, and why our approach is different and uniquely powerful. It also explains what is included in ‘The Habit Mechanic’ book. This is useful to understand because the way the book is…
 
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Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medicine. She has done extensive research on what makes people very successful. She is an educator, author, coach, and speaker on the subject of optimizing success. In this week's episode, we dig in to the down side of high achievin…
 
On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by L&D strategist, workforce futurist, and design thinking practitioner, Keith Keating, explore: The Future of Work, Hybrid Workplace, and how L&D practitioners can use Design Thinking to help employees to adapt in the new way of…
 
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