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How does the combination of collaboration, connection and culture factor in to optimising hybrid work for your team and your organisation? While circumstances over the past couple of years have taught us a lot of valuable lessons about the inner workings of hybrid, there is still much to figure out. To dig deeper on this topic, this week I am joine…
 
When we think about the future of work, often we are left with more questions than answers as leaders. But if the future of work truly is ours to shape, what does the model look like and what trends are emerging? This week we are joined by Peter Cosgrove, the Managing Director of Futurewise Ltd, a future of work research company that supports organ…
 
This year, leaders have been asked time and again to rise to the challenge of change. Amid the uncertainty, the IMI Talking Leadership podcast has welcomed a host of world-class global thought leaders, empowering leaders with valuable and actionable insights along the way. In this edition of the podcast, we will look back at the main themes we cove…
 
Of the 100 largest economies in the world by GDP, 69 are companies. As such, the business world has a massive influence on turning the tide in terms of our global goals on sustainability. This week, to contextualise the challenges ahead and analyse where leaders fit into this ‘big picture’ issue, we are joined by an authority in this space, Marga H…
 
How can leaders harness the vast return that inclusion brings to teams and organisations and foster an mindset of shared responsibility to ensure the barriers to inclusive practices are overcome?To go deeper on this fascinating subject, I am delighted to be joined by Sile Walsh, an expert in inclusion and leadership.Sile specialises in strategic le…
 
How can leaders create a roadmap for leading teams and building trust in the complex world of hybrid working?To answer this question and to discuss practical takeaways for leaders to navigate the current landscape, I am joined this week on the podcast by Paula Milligan.Paula is the Managing Director of the LALLO Consultancy business and has success…
 
Why is digital transformation taking business leaders out of their comfort zone - and what can they do to reframe their mindset on this crucial area?To dispel some of the myths around digital transformation, I am joined this week on the podcast by Tony Moroney.Tony is a digital transformation consult, a member of the IMI Associate faculty and the P…
 
Resilience has been a watch word for leaders and their teams during the disruption caused by the pandemic. With our IMI-CUBS Organisational Resilience Survey revealing that 86% of leaders felt their organisation responded ‘well’ or ‘very well’ to the pandemic, this week on the podcast we will go deeper on that topic with National Management Confere…
 
The leadership landscape over the past 12 to 18 months has been unpredictable, to say the least, bringing with it a myriad of challenges and change.Throughout the year, IMI has continued to deliver timely, informative and insightful content from the crème de la crème of thought leaders around the world. In this special episode of Talking Leadership…
 
The idea of psychological safety has come to the fore over the past 18 months. With teams separated, leaders have a renewed focus on being inclusive and fostering a culture of respect and openness to break down the digital barriers that exist. With the return to the office looming, however, we must check in on key questions about psychological safe…
 
Welcome to the second edition of IMI’s Leaders Series podcast, where we will go deeper with leaders on what makes them tick, how they developed their distinct leadership style and what leading means to them.This week, I am delighted to be joined by Bernard Gloster, CEO of Tusla. Bernard is an alumnus of IMI’s Masters in Management Practice, from wh…
 
This week on the podcast, our focus turns to resilience and specifically how to embed it within your organisation’s day to day to reduce stress and forge a clear road map to productivity. I’m joined by Eibhlin Johnston, Managing Director of the Resiliency Hub. She is an author, speaker, coach, trainer and consultant. She works as a consultant in fi…
 
How can we channel the power of inquiry to make better decisions and move forward in an era of constant change and transition? This week I am delighted to be joined by Hal Gregersen to go deeper on that very subject. Hal is a senior lecturer in leadership and innovation at the MIT Sloan School of Management, a recipient of the Thinkers50 #1 leaders…
 
How realistic is a four-day working week in our lifetime? Working from home has recalibrated our expectations, but it has also surfaced new challenges for all of us. To go deeper, this week I am joined by Bruce Daisley, a best-selling author and one of the most respected thought leaders on the subject of workplace culture and the future of work. Br…
 
The numbers on AI don’t lie: two-thirds of executives think AI is crucial for their business’ success. By 2025, it is predicted that AI will grow up to $118 billion. To dig in on the potential and pitfalls, this week I am joined by David Kerrigan, a specialist in artificial intelligence. David is an author, speaker, and founder of London-based soft…
 
Welcome to the first edition of IMI’s Leaders Series podcast, where we will go deeper with leaders on what makes them tick, how they developed their distinct leadership style and what leading means to them. This week, I am privileged to be joined by Donal O’Donoghue, Managing Director at Sanderson and President of the National Recruitment Federatio…
 
Purpose in organisations is often talked about, but the gap between the perception and the reality on the ground can be eye-opening. To separate the fact from the fiction about purpose-led leadership, and to dive into how leaders can embed purpose as a key pillar of their businesses, I am joined this week by Kerrie Fleming.Kerrie is a Managing Part…
 
This week our focus turns to the future, as we dive into the key qualities and competencies to be an effective leader in a business landscape that has undergone its fair share of changes in the last 12 months. I’m joined by Jacob Morgan, a four-time best-selling author, speaker and futurist and the founder of the Future of Work University. We discu…
 
Today we will turn our focus to the people who make businesses go. HR is being tested like never before in our current landscape, with a fine balance between focusing on business growth and developing performance capabilities for the now – and for the future. I am joined by Jon Ingham, a people and organisation development strategist. Jon is a HR E…
 
Today we will take a closer look at leading a remote workforce, the challenges therein and the solutions that companies have moved towards during this time of change. I am joined by Jennifer Dowling, a work and organisational psychologist and the director of Train Remote, which offers comprehensive capabilities and knowledge for your organisation t…
 
Today we’re joined by Filip Moriau, Founder and CEO of Stragilon, a Berlin based consultancy specialising in innovation, agility and development, and also an upcoming speaker at IMI’s last People Strategy Network event of the year. We talked about bureaucracy in organisations and how it can stifle collaboration and innovation, and how leader’s in a…
 
Our 2020 National Management Conference – the first one ever to be delivered entirely virtually – featured an array of world-class speakers.In this episode, we talked to Cali Williams Yost, Founder and CEO of the Flex+Strategy Group, about the present, and future, of flexible work practices.Then we talked to Michael Jacobides, who holds the Sir Don…
 
Today we're talking about the Foreign Direct Investment community in Ireland, from the impacts of the current crisis to how we are positioned to get back on a path to growth. A sector that employs 245,000 people directly, and many more indirectly, the change in Ireland’s economy can be quite neatly traced back to the 80’s and 90’s when a proactive …
 
Dr Ian Kierans has over 20 years of research and hands-on experience in helping companies grow through business and digital strategy, innovation and change. In this podcast, Dr Kierans talks about the strategic concepts leaders need to continually adapt and innovate their organisations.This conversation was recorded on 5th March 2020 after an IMI M…
 
We’re joined by one of Ireland’s most prominent business leaders – Anne O’Leary, CEO of Vodafone Ireland - to talk about lessons in leadership and what she's learnt from her professional career. We talked about resilience, purpose, how you deal with mistakes, following your instinct, ego and humility and the importance of gender diversity in busine…
 
Today we’re talking collaboration – how to do it at as a team, an organisational and across borders. We're joined by Mark Mortensen, recent Masterclass speaker at IMI and Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. As someone with an engineering background, Mark approaches collaboration in a systematic way while allowing for the mess…
 
Today we’re joined by Paula Mullin, executive coach and IMI associate, about how to build your own executive presence in a virtual environment.From your appearance on a Zoom call to how you communicate in a virtual environment, we try and give you clear guidance on how to navigate it all as a leader and focus on those things that have changed most …
 
In today’s episode we're joined by Katharine Wilkinson, lead author for the New York Times’ bestseller Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming. We talked about those practical things leaders can do in industries from food to government to reduce the environmental impact of their organisations, and the potential…
 
Decisions, decisions. We’ve been asked to make a lot of them recently – some big, some small, some life-changing – but how can leaders actively improve their decision-making and get better outcomes?In this week’s episode we talk to Simon Haslam, International strategy consultant, programme lead for strategy at the Institute of Directors and visitin…
 
How can leaders discover their organisation's purpose and then, more importantly, make it operational?Purpose-led leaders achieve extraordinary results for their organisations. Acting as a central principle for people to guided by, an organisation with a strong purpose will make better, more aligned decisions, have more engaged and productive emplo…
 
What are the key elements leaders need to consider when devising their strategy in the current climate? Thomas C. Lawton, Professor of Strategy and International Business and Director of the Global Competitiveness Institute at Cork University Business School, outlines what lessons of the past can be applied today and the mindset leaders should use …
 
The coronavirus pandemic has cast a harsh light on the financial security and sustainability of many organisations. Will the pandemic subtly shift how we do business and how we make ourselves financially secure?We’re joined by Cormac Lucey, a columnist on economics for the Sunday Times, a chartered accountant and lecturer in Business Finance at IMI…
 
In the past five years, the business world has seen the birth of a new breed of company. The Exponential Organisation has revolutionized how a company can accelerate its growth by using technology and transformational leadership. An Exponential Organisation can eliminate the incremental, linear way traditional companies get bigger, leveraging asset…
 
How much coffee is too much? How much should we be moving every day? In this Lunchtime Listen, we talk to Dr. John Briffa about how leaders can achieve peak physical performance – all while breaking a few myths about health and wellbeing.Dr John Briffa is a practising doctor and award-winning health writer who has contributed to a wide variety of n…
 
For our lunchtime listen today we revisit our conversation with Dr Jill Walker. Originally released in November 2019. A key element of maximising leadership resilience, impact and success is making sure you have a healthy relationship with being busy – something which can be challenging in the modern culture of speed, ‘doing’ and distraction.Being …
 
Is change changing? Does the modern business landscape mean we have to throw out our change toolkits and templates? Can we even devise a strategy any more? In this episode we talk to Deborah Rowland, a leading practitioner in the world of large, complex change. We explore how change will always be effected by the leader's inner state, and how 'maki…
 
How can leaders achieve peak performance? Can we activate our minds in a way that allows us to perform at pace in the long-term?In this Lunchtime Listen we talk to Friederike Fabritius about the neuroscience behind peak performance, and how getting the mixture between ‘fun’, ‘fear’ and ‘focus’ right can make you and your organisation perform brilli…
 
With COVID-19 the majority of us have been forced to work remotely for the first time in our lives, while others are welcoming us into the experience while, in the macro sense, working remotely and leading virtual teams around the world is becoming much more common. We talked to Fiona Buckley, IMI associate and expert in the fields of work behaviou…
 
Why do certain leaders have the ability to really engage, inspire and move people to act?For our lunchtime listen today, we revisit our conversation with Paula Mullin, IMI Connect Lounge Speaker and Executive Coach.Paula talks about Executive Presence and what it can teach leaders in how they should package themselves in order to drive their busine…
 
In a world of unimaginable complexity, how are leaders today supposed to make consistently great decisions, especially in the absence of tangible information?For our lunchtime listen this week, we revisit our conversation with Kriti Jain, a behavioural scientist passionate about developing research and training leaders in making better decisions.Kr…
 
A key element of maximising leadership resilience, impact and success is making sure you have a healthy relationship with being busy – something which can be challenging in the modern culture of speed, ‘doing’ and distraction.Being too busy can seriously affect the performance and impact of leaders – their focus, clarity of thought, creativity and …
 
What can business leaders to tackle the climate crisis while continuing to sustainably grow their business?In this special episode of IMI Talking Leadership, we talked to two world-leading experts that come to the issue of sustainability from very different angles – Dr. Katherine Wilkinson, lead author on the New York Times’ Bestseller, Project Dra…
 
In the past five years, the business world has seen the birth of a new breed of company. The Exponential Organisation has revolutionized how a company can accelerate its growth by using technology and transformational leadership. An Exponential Organisation can eliminate the incremental, linear way traditional companies get bigger, leveraging asset…
 
Context is king, especially when everything keeps changing. In this week’s IMI Talking Leadership episode we talk to Marco Mancesti, R&D Director at IMD Business School, about the ‘disruption-fit’ leader. This is a leader who constantly questions what is happening around them and is both agile and people-centric enough to do something about it. For…
 
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