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Positive Leadership has the power to change the world. By focusing on trust, empathy and wellbeing, leaders can energize their teams to achieve success for individuals, their organization, and society overall. But it is still something that is relatively unknown outside academic circles. Join Jean-Philippe Courtois, a member of the Microsoft executive senior leadership team, as he brings Positive Leadership to life for anyone who acts in a leadership capacity, both personally and professiona ...
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Indra Nooyi, the former chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, is one of the foremost strategic thinkers of our time. She shattered the glass ceiling of corporate America and wrote many of the rules of behavior along the way. Learn about her distinctive leadership mindset on the latest episode of the Positive Leadership podcast with JP.…
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Des coachs aux neuroscientifiques, des entrepreneurs sociaux aux PDG animés d'une vision, les invités de JP aux épisodes francophones du podcast #PositiveLeadership ont été immensément généreux en partageant leurs histoires personnelles, leurs points de vue et leur sagesse au cours des deux dernières années. Alors, quelles sont les cinq principales…
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How do you create a culture that empowers people to take risks? IKEA is a company that knows a thing or two about breaking conventions, and Jesper Brodin, as CEO of Ingka Group, is working hard to embed this entrepreneurial spirit throughout the company. Jesper shares his incredible journey, which includes leading IKEA through the pandemic, with JP…
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Positive leaders open doors of opportunity for others. They address the root causes of a problem, not just its symptoms, to empower people to thrive. Reeta Roy, president and CEO of the Mastercard Foundation, is a thoughtful leader who tirelessly puts this into action. Listen to her incredible leadership journey on the latest episode of the Positiv…
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What does it take to unite people around a vision for maximum impact? JP’s latest podcast guest, Nandan Nilekani, is an inspirational business and public sector leader whose incredible success has been driven by his ability to define a vision that is ambitious, audacious, bold and, most importantly, plausible. Learn more on the Positive Leadership …
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Finding harmony between head, heart, and gut can positively transform our lives in a powerful way. Dr. Tara Swart is a PhD neuroscientist and medical doctor who has worked to examine the many intricacies of the human brain to understand why. In the latest episode of the Positive Leadership podcast, Tara introduces JP to techniques that have improve…
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The African philosophy of ‘Ubuntu’ means showing humanity to others. As an activist and campaigner for universal access to education, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the former United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Deputy President of South Africa, is an incredible leader who practices Ubuntu in everything she does. Listen to the story behind her lead…
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Hugo Clément est un journaliste bien décidé à faire bouger les choses. Il a créé sa propre société de médias indépendante, Vakita, pour faire entendre sa voix et diffuser des enquêtes approfondies avec le souci de l’intérêt public, qui lui tient à cœur. Il est impossible de ne pas être ébranlé par sa force de conviction et son énergie et c’était un…
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Humans create more than 400 million metric tons of plastic every year. Around a million tons of that plastic ends up in the ocean. On this week’s episode, JP speaks to Boyan Slat, CEO and founder of The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit foundation on a mission to remove 90% of it by 2040. Listen now.By Jean-Philippe Courtois
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JP has interviewed leaders from all over the world, all changemakers in their specialist areas, and all sharing the pivotal moments that have shaped their leadership philosophies. Now, it’s time to turn the tables. For this special anniversary episode of the Positive Leadership podcast, JP invites friend and coach Michael Bungay Stanier, to ask que…
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I'm right here. How can I help? When Doug Conant woke up after a serious accident, his wife's words of support had a powerful effect. Sometimes, it's not about fixing someone's problem, but about being present during difficult moments, however big or small. Join JP for the latest Positive Leadership podcast episode, where he speaks to the former pr…
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Chaque année, 40 % des aliments cultivés dans le monde ne sont pas consommés. Avec son application Too Good to Go, Lucie Basch est une entrepreneuse à l'impact positif qui a décidé d’agir pour changer les choses. Mais le démarrage de l'entreprise n'a pas été facile, et cela lui a permis d'apprendre beaucoup de choses sur elle-même. J'ai été stupéfa…
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Purpose. Focus. Simplify. Sacrifice. For Hindu priest, entrepreneur and master of meditation, Dandapani, the ability to focus is essential for living a purposeful life. On this week’s episode of the #PositiveLeadership Podcast, JP learns about the practical techniques for defeating distraction in a busy world. Listen now and don’t forget to subscri…
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For Ranjay Gulati, the pursuit of profits without purpose is no longer a sustainable business model. But taking purpose beyond a statement and embedding it into teams takes work - and it starts with yourself as a leader. In this episode of Positive Leadership podcast, JP speaks to the Harvard Business School professor dedicated to unlocking purpose…
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What are your best strengths and how do you feel when you talk about them? On this episode of the Positive Leadership podcast, JP speaks to one of Europe’s leading practitioners of positive psychology, Dr. Ilona Boniwell, who helps him to understand his core strengths with a set of cards. Listen now - and hit the subscribe button if you haven't alr…
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La cuisine est bien plus qu'une simple activité fonctionnelle : elle a une valeur culturelle, un pouvoir symbolique et une identité. La vie de Perla Servan-Schreiber, la dernière invitée du podcast Positive Leadership de JP, témoigne à bien des égards du pouvoir de guérison des rituels, tels que la cuisine ou la lecture de poèmes, et de la manière …
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Mellody Hobson’s mother used to tell her she could do anything if she put her mind to it. She taught her that everybody is capable of extraordinary things. In the latest episode of Positive Leadership podcast, JP speaks to the inspiring American businesswoman, Co-CEO and president of Ariel Investments, and chair at Starbucks, about why and how “con…
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Can democratizing opportunity uplift an entire continent? Tony O. Elumelu, the brilliant investor and philanthropist, is committed to showing Africa that it can. In the latest episode of the Positive Leadership podcast, JP learns how Tony is shaping Africapitalism as a springboard for wider economic prosperity.…
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Les êtres humains sont par essence des êtres sociaux. Nous pouvons nous comprendre sans dire un mot et nous sentir transportés et stimulés au sein de communautés soudés. Alors, comment la compréhension de la science des émotions et du cerveau peut-elle nous aider à devenir de meilleurs leaders ? Dans le dernier épisode du podcast Positive Leadershi…
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What gets you up in the morning? For the American educator, Sal Khan, it all starts with a cold shower. Building and maintaining positive energy is important for Sal, who is revolutionizing education with Khan Academy, a free, non-profit platform with more than 145 million users in 190 countries. Listen to JP’s conversation with Sal to hear more ab…
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Trust is fundamental to a healthy society and thriving teams, so what practical steps can leaders take to build it? To answer this question, JP is joined by Stephen M. R. Covey, a leading authority on trust and the bestselling author of “The Speed of Trust”. Listen to the latest episode of The Positive Leadership podcast to hear why leadership toda…
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Every human has potential. But every human needs trust and confidence to fulfil it. In JP’s latest Positive Leadership podcast, he is joined by Dr. Rana Dajani, a world leading research scientist and founder of We Love Reading, an NGO which has established more than 4,000 libraries across the world. Rana’s mission is to embody what she calls, the “…
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Reshma Saujani builds social movements by telling other people's stories. Because in her mind, when people feel seen, and not alone, they can connect to a bigger goal and work towards it. In the latest episode of the Positive Leadership podcast, JP speaks to the founder of Girls Who Code and the Marshall Plan for Mums about the practical steps you …
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Where is your compass leading you? And importantly, how are you going to get there? The start of the year is an opportunity to take stock and consider where we are in our lives and where we want to head to. It’s a time to set or reset our destination with new goals, big or small, for our professionals and personal lives. In this special edition of …
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If innovation is about changing the world, then creativity is about changing how you look at the world. For JP’s latest podcast guest, Luc de Brabandere, clarifying this fundamental difference can unlock positive energy for ourselves and others. Luc is one of the world’s leading corporate philosophers and an expert in using logic, critical thinking…
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« Dans un monde où l’information est partout et pas toujours exacte, il est plus important que jamais de pouvoir trouver des sources d’information fiables » et c’est exactement ce que fait Hugo Travers par le biais de sa chaîne YouTube, HugoDécrypte. JP a eu l’occasion de l’interviewer pour son podcast #PositiveLeadership afin d’en apprendre plus s…
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Opportunity gives us power to move forward, live with purpose, and reach our true potential. This is a belief that Baroness Martha Lane Fox and JP share passionately. In this episode, Martha – a pioneering tech entrepreneur, philanthropist, public servant, and Chancellor of the Open University – shares insight on why digital skilling is so importan…
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What does it mean to belong to an organization, to a team, to your colleagues? For JP’s latest #PositiveLeadership podcast guest, Amy Hood, belonging is a purpose in itself. Because when you feel like you belong, you feel brave enough to be yourself and do great things. In this episode, Amy focuses on her own personal leadership journey to becoming…
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Si le #PositiveLeadership est une science, c’est aussi un art. En effet, comme le grand art, le leadership consiste à donner vie à une vision, à susciter la réflexion et à inspirer l'action. Je vous invite à découvrir le Dr Guila Clara Kessous, la toute dernière invitée du podcast #PositiveLeadership de JP. À bien des égards, elle est un lien entre…
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How can you help an entire industry to transform and do more good in the world … especially one as profit-driven as the venture capital industry? In this episode, JP learns the answer to this question from Sir Ronald Cohen, or Ronnie. Known as the “father of impact investment”, Ronnie is a compassionate capitalist dedicated to relentlessly during t…
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Join JP and former Netflix CMO, author and entrepreneur Bozoma Saint John for a powerful conversation. In this episode, Boz shares with us the life experiences that shaped her, but also importantly, the lessons she learned, so that we can also learn from them and grow. She also shared many other wonderful stories, like walking into Spike Lee’s offi…
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Season 4 of the Positive Leadership podcast is here! We are getting started with a wonderful guest: Bill George, a former business executive best known for his books about finding your True North as a leader. Listen to the full episode now to hear the incredibly open, personal and insightful conversation between JP and Bill. Feel free to let JP kno…
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How can I make a positive impact on the world? This is a question we often ask ourselves, but struggle to resolve when thinking about the bigger picture. In the final Positive Leadership ‘Best Of’ episode, JP and guests share the personal stories and advice that helped them to find the passion and purpose within themselves to start making a differe…
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In the last episode, we focused on being more positive with ourselves. This week, it’s all about improving our relationships with others. Why is this so important? Because by having more positive connections with those around us, we enable both ourselves and others to thrive, especially when we are in a leadership position. As leaders, we have the …
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JP started this podcast because he knew Positive Leadership could help us to: Transform our relationship with our ourselves Have stronger connections with others Make a bigger positive impact on society It’s this ripple impact that makes Positive Leadership both so powerful and so simple to practice in our daily lives. And that’s why he's put toget…
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Quand Hubert Joly a pris les rênes de Best Buy en devenant son PDG en 2012, la société traversait une très mauvaise passe. Mais il savait que quelque chose pouvait renverser la situation : la magie humaine. Dans cet épisode du podcast, Hubert a raconté à JP raconté cette histoire incroyable : comment il avait réussi à transformer Best Buy en s'appu…
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Can we approach self-growth like business growth? Can we ‘climb our mountains’ and achieve growth through personal disruption – in the same way that disruptive innovation transforms industries? And can we grow so much that we become the ‘keystone species’ for those we manage, feeding their own growth and development? JP's latest #PositiveLeadership…
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Lorsque vous aidez les autres et que vous leur donnez les moyens de s'épanouir et de laisser leur empreinte sur le monde, vous multipliez votre #PositiveImpact de façon exponentielle. Alice Barbe, avec qui JP a discuté en direct lors au Festival Génération Impact de Live for Good, le prouve abondamment. Alice a travaillé 10 ans comme cofondatrice d…
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L'an dernier, Maïmonatou Mar était mon invitée spéciale lors de l'épisode avec Satya Nadella, à qui elle a posé une excellente question de la part de tous les entrepreneurs #PositiveImpact. La semaine dernière, JP a eu l'occasion d'enregistrer tout un épisode avec Maï lors du Festival Génération Impact de Live for Good et il a pu en savoir davantag…
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JP's third bonus WEF guest is Dr. Rajiv Shah. Rajiv has spent his career helping to solve many of society’s greatest issues – working to immunize the world with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, serving as the Administrator of USAID under President Obama. And now, as President of The Rockefeller Foundation, he is bringing green energy to people …
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JP's next guest, Jos de Blok, doesn’t believe in management. So how is he a Positive Leader? Because he believes in empowering employees by giving them the freedom to develop their own skills and careers, and providing quality coaching when needed. It’s why he created the self-managed model that has allowed his community healthcare organization Buu…
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In the first of 3 bonus, bite-sized episodes, JP talks to Cheryl Dorsey, President of Echoing Green, about how she is changing the world by being a 'cultural translator' - someone who brings different classes, races, ideas together to create a more equitable, sustainable and just world. This episode was recorded on-location at WEF 22 in Davos!…
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This episode had some very special moments for JP. Firstly, he got to speak with the person who wrote the book that introduced him to the concept of Positive Leadership: Kim Cameron. He also learned some valuable tips about creating stronger, more authentic relationships with teams, even when delivering negative feedback. And finally, he had the op…
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Que faire lorsque la vie vous force à prendre un autre chemin ? Si vous avez un état d'esprit positif, comme c'est le cas de Pauline Laigneau, l'invitée de cet épisode, vous vous en servez comme d'une chance pour réévaluer vos objectifs et devenir encore plus fidèle à vous-même. C'est ainsi qu'elle est passée d'études qui la destinaient à devenir f…
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This week's Positive Leadership Podcast guest is JP has long admired: Bill Drayton, the founder of Ashoka and widely considered to be the father of #SocialEntrepreneurship. We can all learn so much from Bill about leading purpose-led individuals and empowering them to turn their ideas into actions that make an impact. And we can all be inspired by …
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What do you say when you get a call from Satya Nadella himself, asking you to help him transform a culture? Luckily for Microsoft, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Kathleen Hogan said yes. From that moment on, she became an integral part of the journey that brought a new purpose, growth mindset and manager expectations to …
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It takes real courage to be purpose-driven leader, who ensures that their team and company has a Net Positive impact on the world. So how can we be courageous leaders? This episode’s guest, Paul Polman, is the perfect person to help us answer this question. Not only has Paul recently written a book about it, but he has also demonstrated immense cou…
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Welcome back to a brand new season of the Positive Leadership Podcast! We are kicking off with someone JP knows very well: Herminia Ibarra – academic, thought leader and author. JP first met Herminia while he was leading a massive transformation of Microsoft’s sales organization. Five years later, he has become one of the case studies in her MBA cl…
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Why are we better leaders when we get enough sleep or smile at strangers? How can we coach others to greatness by being lazy? And how do we use both our strengths and our weaknesses to start movements that change the world? Listen to this special ‘Best Of’ episode, featuring JP’s favorite moments from Season 2, to learn the answer to all of these q…
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Pour ce dernier épisode en français de la saison 2, JP discute avec Jacques Attali de la façon dont nous pouvons créer un avenir meilleur pour nous-mêmes, pour le monde et pour la prochaine génération. Ne manquez pas cette occasion unique d’apprendre de quelqu’un qui, tout au long d'une carrière longue et riche, a participé activement à de nombreus…
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