Special Encore Presentation: Inside Transformational Leadership with Sheryl D. Phillips and Randy Chittum
July 13, 2015
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
Transformational leadership requires conscious change -- and the change begins within. Change-makers today demonstrate a transformational mindset, the behaviors of an empowering and engaging leader, and the ability to inspire not only by what they do, but also by the presence they bring. Sheryl Phillips and Dr. Randy Chittum co-direct the Executive Certificate in Transformational Leadership at Georgetown's ITL. Join Host Kate Ebner for a close look at why transformational leadership matters -- and how leaders are learning it at the Institute for Transformational Leadership. We will discuss the principles of transformational leadership and how you can apply them to your own leadership and organization.
Inside Transformational Leadership
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What is needed in 21st century leadership? What are the most successful change leaders of today doing that sets them apart?
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.
Our weekly radio show examines the "inner game" of transformational leadership, sharing insights from renowned leaders and faculty from our world-class leadership and coaching programs. Topics include leading in times of complexity, the transformational change process, navigating deep change and disruption, the power of vision in transformational change, and the neuroscience of change leadership.
Georgetown ITL Faculty
The faculty of the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University are multifaceted and diverse with respect to academic training, practical experience, expertise, and research interests. Perhaps the most striking aspect of the faculty is the community they have cultivated and the dialog they have advanced around leadership development and leadership coaching. Most of the original faculty members – those who helped establish Georgetown University’s leadership coaching program in 2000 – still teach and provide direction for leadership coaches and executive leaders, while new perspectives continue to evolve and inform our programs.
At the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University, the faculty are exploring new transformative models of leadership, work, and change that can transform individuals, organizations, communities, governments and the global society. Join them each week for exciting conversations about transformational leadership.