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The world is changing fast and the need for leaders is bigger than ever.
We see organizations create programs to develop the potential in leaders but why the leadership gap is widening despite so many initiatives? Our today's guest, Magdalena Gera-Pikulska, talks about this and other aspects of leadership.
She answers many questions, among others:
- How to recognize natural born leaders?
- What is the difference between a leader and a boss?
- How can companies make leadership programs work and be effective?
- How true leaders get along with failure?
- How women are perceived when we talk about leadership and why do we still have so little women on the C levels in the organizations?
The quotes used in the converations come from the following TED Talks:
"Leaders can let you fail and yet not let you be a failure." by Stanley McChrystal
"Women are not making it to the top of any profession anywhere in the world" by Sheryl Sandberg
To connect with Magda, please visit her LinkedIn profile
To see one of her interviews about Leadership, see this YouTube video
Magda refers to a book by Charles King "Midnight at the Pera Palace"
The book I refer to is by Liz Wiseman and Greg McKeown called "Multipliers. How The Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter"
You can watch a YouTube video where they explain their book in short
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Thank you for spending some time with me today and remember Develop.Always.
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