Inspirational Insights Podcast - Insight To Action
The Grit Factor with Shannon Huffman Polson
Season 3, Ep. 68
Raised in Alaska, Shannon Huffman Polson climbed Denali at age 19 then went on to become one of the US Army's first female attack helicopter pilots. In this episode, she talks about what grit is, decision making leading an Apache flight platoon on deployment to Bosnia-Herzegovina, the difference between purpose in the military and purpose in the corporate world and why we need everyone's capacity to contribute at the table. Now.
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Cultivating Transformations with Jardena London
Season 6, Ep. 95
The Inspirational insights podcast is about leading the shift into the future by seeing through diverse perspectives, in relation to what the world of business and beyond needs now in order to regain adaptive agility. This episode features the art of cultivating transformations with author Jardena London. Jardena is a consultant (the good kind), author, speaker and CEO of Rosetta Agile. She has spent the last 30 years finding ways to transform organizations so that our souls can flourish, while our financials thrive. Her book “Cultivating Transformations: A Leader’s Guide to Connecting the Soulful and Practical”, supports this mission by drawing a straight line between the processes we use, the way we feel, and the results we get so we nourish our souls while producing thriving financial outcomes.Find her on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jardena/ or her website at https://www.JardenaLondon.comSubscribe to the Emergence magazine published by the Business Agility Institute. Discount code: DawnaContact or Follow Dawna on any one of these channels:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnahjones/Twitter: EPDawna_JonesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/insightful_dawna/Navigating Uncertainty Newsletter: https://dawnajones.substack.com/Medium: @dawnajonesWebsite: dawnajones.comThanks to Mark Romero Music for the intro track, Alignment.
Can understanding worldviews reduce polarization? With Kathy Jourdain
Season 6, Ep. 94
Kathy Jourdain and Jerry Nagel cofounded Worldview Intelligence as an antidote to fragmentation and polarization, inspiring hope and courage for the conversations needed now and for the future. Understanding worldview gives people the power to transform – themselves, their relationships, workplace cultures, and outcomes. Kathy co-authored Building Trust and Relationship at the Speed of Change, the first book describing Worldview Intelligence and its efficacy.Her work with clients and stakeholders includes strategic direction and operational planning, innovation, community, and cross-cultural engagement, leading change, and building team coherence.Kathy’s memoir, Embracing the Stranger in Me: A Journey to Openheartedness, has been hailed as a deeply authentic sharing of the journey that has shaped who she is today. Kathy lives in Nova Scotia, on the east coast of Canada. Kathy@WorldviewIntelligence.comwww.WorldviewIntelligence.comwww.WorldviewPrograms.comlinkedin.com/in/kathyjourdainContact or Follow Dawna on any one of these channels:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnahjones/Twitter: EPDawna_JonesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/insightful_dawna/Navigating Uncertainty Newsletter: https://dawnajones.substack.com/Medium: @dawnajonesWebsite: dawnajones.com Thanks to Mark Romero Music for the intro track, Alignment.
Network Science, FabLab and Anti-corruption-A Conversation with Dr. Silvia Fieruascu
Season 5, Ep. 93
Dr. Silvia Fierascu is an international researcher, trainer and consultant in applied network science. She is Head of OrgMapper Academy at Maven7 Network Research Inc., Lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science, Philosophy and Communication Sciences at West University of Timișoara, Romania, and Founder and Director of a research, development, and innovation lab in social sciences, FabLab - Social Fabrics Research Lab. She earned a PhD in Political Science with a specialization in Network Science from Central European University, and in the past 10 years she has been applying network and data science for positive social impact in business, government, civil society and academia. She helps organizations translate complex problems into solutions for organizational development, change management, better communication, good governance, public policy, and social impact. In this episode, we talk about the application of network science to understanding organizations, anti-corruption and another current project she has called FabLab! The insights shared are relevant to anyone curious about how things run beneath the lines of assumptions and serve as a basis for inspired policy and persistent curiosity. Registration is free for the ONA Summit November 16-18th.Links to subjects covered in our conversation:- ONA Summit 2022: www.onasummit.com- OrgMapper: www.orgmapper.com- FabLab: https://bit.ly/fablab_uvt- Corruption Risks in Public Procurement Country Profile: https://sites.google.com/e-uvt.ro/silviafierascu/research/state-capture-country-profiles?authuser=2Contact or Follow Dawna on any one of these channels:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnahjones/Twitter: EPDawna_JonesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/insightful_dawna/Navigating Uncertainty Newsletter: https://dawnajones.substack.com/Thanks to Mark Romero Music for the intro track, Alignment.