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Stefanie K. Johnson, author of Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging to Build Innovative Teams, discusses how diversity without inclusion fails to capitalize on the value of diverse teams. According to Dr. Johnson’s research, leaders must ensure individuals feel a sense of belonging, which includes encouraging all staff to use what makes…
 
Meredith Persily Lamel, coauthor of The Six Paths to Leadership: Lessons from Successful Executives, Politicians, Entrepreneurs, and More, discusses the different paths leaders take to arrive at their formal positions of authority, why those paths matter, and the opportunities and challenges inherent in each path so leaders can create more personal…
 
Adam Grant, author of Think Again discusses the value of making the time to rethink and unlearn to achieve personal and organizational success. He encourages leaders to replace “best practices” with a continual search for better practices, and to be humble, curious and receptive, leading to positive change and growth.…
 
Michael Siegel, retiring FJC Sr. Education Specialist and author of The President as Leader, applies a four-part leadership framework to modern presidencies to analyze what makes a successful leader, whether in the White House or the courthouse. He also has observations and advice for court leaders gained over thirty-three years at the FJC.…
 
Ron Carucci, coauthor of the best-selling book Rising to Power: The Journey of Exceptional Executives, asserts that research shows that power is more likely to be abandoned out of fear than abused for self interest. He discusses how proper preparation leading to accurate expectation setting is instrumental to both personal and organizational succes…
 
Dr. Michael Siegel, Senior Education Specialist, Federal Judicial Center, created the Leadership Development Program for U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services Officers (LDP) in the mid-1990s. Since that time over 1,000 officers have graduated from the program, many of whom have gone on to lead their districts as chiefs, deputies, and supervisory off…
 
Michael Lewis, author of New York Times best-selling books The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds, and Coach: Lessons on the Game of Life, explores how what we think we know about rational decision making is wrong, and the positive impact coaches can have on performance. Lewis is also the author of other best-selling books, includ…
 
Julie Zhuo, former Vice President of Product Design at Facebook and author of The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You, shares her experiences transitioning to management and asserts that managers are made, not born. Julie describes a path that includes approaching management with a growth mindset, acknowledging what you don’t…
 
Angela Duckworth, Professor of Psychology and author of Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance debunks the myth of genius to assert that consistent practice and dedication are the real determinants of individual success. Dr. Duckworth’s research demonstrates that behaviors, rather than innate talent, are what lead to the marked success we want…
 
This special episode discusses actionable strategies for improving mental health, increasing personal and professional productivity and fostering happiness in yourself, and those around you. Judge Jeremy Fogel, former director of the Federal Judicial Center and current Executive Director of the Berkeley Judicial Institute, and Dr. Dacher Keltner, f…
 
Jerry Colonna, author of Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up, asserts that engaging in radical self-inquiry makes us better humans and better leaders. As founder of Reboot.io, Jerry draws on his expertise as an investor, executive, and board member in more than 100 organizations to help others find and lead with humanity, resiliency, and e…
 
Retired chief U.S. probation and pretrial services officers Tony Anderson, Belinda Alexander-Ashley, Ph.D., and Yador Harrell discuss their personal experiences of racial bias in their lives and careers, their reactions to the killing of George Floyd and other unarmed Black men and women by police officers, and their suggestions for alleviating rac…
 
Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt, professor of psychology at Stanford University and MacArthur “genius” award recipient explains that although our brains are “wired” to see differences, research shows that self-awareness and thoughtful and deliberate decision making can help end the subtle and subjective discrimination we see and experience in our personal l…
 
Recognizing and valuing tight and loose cultures within organizations enables leaders to find the right balance necessary for an optimal workplace. Cultural psychologist Michele Gelfand, author of Rule Makers, Rule Breakers: How Tight and Loose Cultures Wire Our World, discusses how to find that right balance at the right time.…
 
Research shows that psychological safety in organizations leads to higher productivity and higher morale. Amy Edmondson, professor at the Harvard Business School and author of The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning and Growth talks about how to create and sustain what she calls a “fearless” organizati…
 
An interview with Harvard professor Joseph Nye, author of the widely-acclaimed book The Powers to Lead. Drawing on his broad public service and academic experiences, Nye suggests that leadership is more widely dispersed throughout society and organizations than we often think. He defines three different types of power – hard, soft, and smart – to e…
 
An interview with Rohit Bhargava, a leading authority on marketing, trends, and innovation. He is the Wall Street Journal best-selling author of six business books, including Non-Obvious: How to Think Differently, Create Ideas, and Predict the Future, and he teaches a popular course on marketing and storytelling at Georgetown University.…
 
Episode 9: An interview with Ambassador Wendy Sherman, author of Not for the Faint of Heart: Lessons in Courage, Power, and Persistence, and known as the lead negotiator for the United States State Department on the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Ambassador Sherman served as a special adviser on North Korea to President Bill Clinton, and became the first …
 
Episode 8: An interview with Annie Duke, author of Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All the Facts. Ms. Duke has devoted her career to the study of decision making under pressure, combining her academic studies in cognitive psychology at the University of Pennsylvania with real-life decision making at the poker table. S…
 
An interview with Ira Chaleff, author of The Courageous Follower: Standing Up to and for Our Leaders and Intelligent Disobedience: Doing Right When What You’re Told to Do Is Wrong, and founder and president of Executive Coaching & Consulting Associates in Washington, DC.저자 FJC
 
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