Forward-Leaning Leadership in Transformational Times with Giles Hutchins
The time has come. The world of leadership and organizational development is transforming before our eyes. Leaders either learn to cross the threshold and thrive in these transformational times or they struggle, stress and strain with out-dated approaches, methods and mind-sets. Crossing the threshold while keeping the wheels on the road is THE challenge of our time for what Giles Hutchins refers to as “Future-Fit Leaders.”
On today’s episode:
:15 – What “All Things Connected” means to Giles
5:45 – Rethinking the old ways
10:55 – The wounds of seperation
16:00 – Why is nature important to us?
20:45 – Opening corporate leaders to nature
30:30 – Leadership for small and large businesses
37:55 – The ego-soul dynamic
45:20 – Midwifing the new
52:55 – Trust in life
Giles Hutchins is a pioneering practitioner, keynote speaker, adviser and executive coach at the fore-front of a [r]evolution in leadership consciousness and organizational development. He applies consciousness raising modalities, deep-dive nature immersions, embodiment work, ancient wisdom tradition insights, future-fit organizational development approaches, and cutting-edge research on leadership consciousness. In these transformational times, Giles Hutchins stimulates the head-space and heart-knowing for forward-leaning leaders and organizations to become vibrant, purposeful and future-fit. He is the author of several books including The Nature of Business (2012), The Illusion of Separation (2014), Future Fit (2016) and Regenerative Leadership (2019). Previously Giles was Business Transformation Lead with KPMG Consulting and more recently Global Head of Sustainability Solutions for Atos the IT service multinational, he is co-founding partner of Regenerators and Biomimicry for Creative Innovation, Chair of the Future Fit Leadership Academy, and advisor to a number of forward thinking institutions. His latest TEDx talk at Wycliffe College, UK is entitled [R]evolution: Separateness to Connectedness and you can follow his blog at www.thenatureofbusiness.org.