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Episode 175

Leading By Nature

In this conversation with executive coach Giles Hutchins we explore the current paradigm shift occurring in leadership and organizations, what regenerative leadership is, the differences between the old and new worldviews, the three lenses through which we experience reality and how to help leaders become who they need to be in order to create organizations that transform rather than just coping.

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In this podcast we talk about:

06:00 What is regenerative leadership
10:30 A new worldview
16:00 The darkest hour before dawn
20:30 Transcendence and immanence
23:30 Fostering coherence
29:30 Three lenses of experiencing reality
32:30 Coping versus transforming
37:30 Assessing adult development models
42:00 Opening to nature
49:00 Helping leaders shift
1:01:30 Pausing and pushing

Resources Mentioned:
Leading by nature, by Giles Hutchins
The illusion of separation, by Giles Hutchins
Gregory Bateson
Donella Meadows
Niels Bohr
David Bohm
Iain McGilchrist
Otto Scharmer
Nora Bateson
Dave Snowden
Jean Gebser
Teilhard de Chardin
Rupert Sheldrake
Ken Wilber
Clare Graves
Owen Barfield

About Giles

Giles Hutchins
Giles Hutchins

Giles Hutchins is a pioneering practitioner, keynote speaker and executive coach at the forefront of the revolution in leadership and organizational development with over 25 years of experience helping leaders, teams and organizations become future-fit. He contributes to international business school research, runs deep-dive transformation Learning Journeys, is Chair of The Future-Fit Leadership Academy, lead partner of The Natural Business Partnership, co-founder of Biomimicry for Creative Innovation, co-founder of Regenerators and partner/associate with a number of pioneering organizations. He is the author of several books, his latest being Leading by nature.


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