This special collection focuses on those voices of sustainability addressing the attributes of leaders and the processes for developing them. A failure of leadership has been cited by academics such as Bill George of Harvard University as putting our country at risk and a factor in the 2008 economic collapse. There is Doug Cohen addressing natural leadership, calling out what is Job One of a leader. His view might surprise you.
Since out site, EarthSayers.tv, focuses on sustainability leaders we thought it useful to call out the voices that are emphasizing leadership development and talking about the qualiites of a leader since the category has a history of stereotyping that pretty much has excluded half of the population based on gender, another large percentage based on color or ethnic origin, and our young citizens. The face as well as the voice of a leader is changing and we want to call out those among us addressing this change.
The five qualities of leadership we have seen as we have grown the EarthSayers collection are: (1) Givers not takers; (2) Motivators; (3) Different and humble; (4) Multi-cultured; and (5) Visible. We think you'll hear these qualities from leadership experts in this special collection and see them in the leaders here on EarthSayers.tv.
Curated by mokiethecat
Sports and Consciousness by Pete Carroll
One of only three coaches to win a Super Bowl and college football national championship, Pete Carroll is in his seventh year as head coach and executive vice president of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks following one of the most successful runs in the college football history while at USC. With his unique “Always Compete” philosophy and approach, Carroll has a combined 42 years of highly decorated NFL and collegiate coaching experience.
Pete was interviewed by transformational leadership consultant Joyce Anastasia.
Subjects discussed include: Ability to communicate is an ongoing process of discovery to find the very best as a team and as individuals. Relationship based approach to success, still challenging, many variables. Common language, commitment to the process. It is hard to do well all the time. All comes from discipline, but you don't have to approach leadership the same way we came to understand authoritarian way of leadership which is not the only way nor the most effective way for him.
EarthSayer Pete Carroll
Youth Inter-generational Community Building by Sabine Amend and Doug Cohen
What Is Job One for a Leader? by Doug Cohen
The Radically Engaged Employee by Edelman's Carol Cone
The Fork Model for Professionals as Leaders by Rudy Vandamme
Van Jones on Leadership
21st Century Leadership and an Authentic Organization
Recognising Emotion in Decision Making by Rebecca Stephens
Collective Leadership for Sustainable Development
Theory of Differentiated Leadership Made Simple with Jonathan Camp
What Do We Need to Know? by John Lloyd
Consensus Building by Jeff Goebel
Living for a Cause #1 by Kumi Naidoo
What's The Right Thing to Do? Wendell Berry
Visually Disrupting Injustice by Adebayo Okeowo |
Living for a Cause #2 by Kumi Naidoo
Doing Public Good by Former President Bill Clinton
E.O. Wilson: Advice to young scientists by E.O. Wilson
The How of Collaboration by Ken Blanchard
A Passion for Ocean Conservation by Dan Pingaro
Conscious Global Leadership by Tara Sheahan
Values Driven Leadership by Mary C. Gentile
The Responsibility of Civic and Business Leaders by Karl-Henrik Robert
Introduction to Tees At Risk
Global Sustainabilty and Leadership Collaboration
Leaders as Spotlights by Wilson Justin (Althsetnay, Athabascan)
A Culture of Leadership and Sustainability by Anna Walker, Levi Strauss & Co.
Do Away With The Box by Rev. Bill Kirlin-Hackett
Indigenous Wisdom into Sustainability Education by Ilarion Merculieff
Redefining Success by Ocean Rower Roz Savage
See Britain through my eyes by Polly Courtice
Sustainability and Sport: Jill Savery
The Relevance of Sustainability to Bottom Line by Bob Willard
Sustainability Leadership by Mark Lee
General Ignorance by John Lloyd
The Psychology of Corruption by Dan Ariely