Leading in Complexity with Bob Anderson Creator, The Leadership Circle Profile
February 23, 2015
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
Too often, organizational change fails because leaders don’t significantly upgrade their “inner operating system” to be able to embody the kind of leadership needed to create the envisioned culture. How do we develop leaders who can take us into the future we desire? Bob Anderson is an innovator and visionary who has brought his love for statistics and economics together with a fascination for developing leaders and organizations. Join guest host, Chris Wahl and Bob Anderson, the creator of the Leadership Circle Profile, for a conversation about the transformational nature of leading change – and the profound shifts that leaders experience in order to be the leader who is needed at this critical time. Chris and Bob will explore the deeper, long-term kind of leadership development that transformational leaders must undertake and what makes it worth their time and energy.
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Produced by Georgetown University's Institute for Transformational Leadership, Inside Transformational Leadership is a weekly radio show dedicated to provoking thoughtful discussion around the most important issues facing leaders today through insightful and inspiring conversations with corporate leaders, leadership coaches, academics, and community organizers.
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