Radical Transformational Leadership with Dr Monica Sharma


Manage episode 230833303 series 1165066
By Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio streamed directly from their servers.
Radical Transformational Leadership: What does this imply? Radio Show #19 Guest Speaker: Pervin Varma Transforming Organizations: Manifesting Human Rights Join us for a conversation with Pervin Varma. Her work has spanned a diverse range of organizations and roles, from a short stint in the corporate sector with an advertising agency to spending over 28 years in the development sector with one of India’s pioneering child rights organizations – CRY (Child Rights and You). Parvin shares her leadership approach, which is based on the belief that an organisation’s values, vision, mission, goals, ethos and convictions have to be shaped collectively and lived through every member, every action and every outcome. She brings these ideas into her work with the Boards of the organisations she serves on, spanning life skills for young people from adverse backgrounds, working on issues of urban poverty, countering fundamentalism through peace and justice conversations and initiatives, shaping strategy for corporate engagement in social transformation, building capacities for leaders working on public-private partnerships. Pervin says that the Conscious Full Spectrum (CSF) approach has truly been transformational for her personally and professionally-- “It’s not just an approach that I use at or for work but resonates deeply as a way of life. For me it’s become the 3 Circles of Life where our being, thinking or seeing and doing are deeply interconnected and have to operate simultaneously.” This framework holds different tools, frameworks and perspectives together, a meta framework as it were, that integrates different approaches and instruments, tools and templates in a coherent, transformational whole. And the more we engage with the process and see it come alive, the more we discover ourselves through our work ---it is learning in action at its very best! In this environment of the Me Too campaign, closer home the anti-corruption movement or the move to suppress free speech and create a climate of fear and silence, this CFS framework and approach is not just about being effective, it is unequivocally essential for transformational compassionate and sustainable work and results. Our very existence is predicated on there being a deep congruence between who we are, what we stand for, what shifts will we commit to and what we do.

4534 episodes available. A new episode about every 17 hours averaging 50 mins duration .