Transformational Leadership with Henna Inam

Transformational Leadership with Henna Inam

We are living in the decade of disruption. Henna Inam, author, executive coach and board member shares on-the-spot coaching exercises you can apply immediately to leadership challenges. Learn from experts about how to be an inspired and agile force for good in the midst of disruption.

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May 7, 2021 34 min

Adam Symson is president and CEO of The E.W. Scripps Company, the fourth-largest local TV broadcaster in the U.S. Prior to becoming CEO in August 2017, Adam was Scripps’ chief operating officer, overseeing the company’s broadcast TV, radio and digital media divisions.


In this episode, Adam shares the story of what it is like to lead during the pandemic as CEO and how to make decisions in ambiguity. He also shares his experience of m...

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Paddy Hull is the VP of Future of Work at Unilever. In this role, he is responsible for bringing Unilever’s social commitments on the Future of Work to life, to help people stay fit for work – now and in the future. He is leading a program to deliver on three commitments, equipping people for the future of work, pioneering new flexible employment options, and partnering with others to create jobs and skills for young people outside...

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Paddy Hull is the VP of Future of Work at Unilever. In this role, he is responsible for bringing Unilever’s social commitments on the Future of Work to life, to help people stay fit for work – now and in the future. This involves delivering on three commitments: equipping Unilever people for the future of work, pioneering new flexible employment options, and partnering with others to create jobs and skills for young people outside ...

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Carol Campbell is Managing Director – Consumer Insight for Delta Air Lines, responsible for guiding and shaping long-term strategies to deliver world-class experiences for Delta’s customers. Under Carol’s leadership, the Consumer Insight team plays a critical role in helping Delta to understand what’s most important to customers in the present and anticipate expectations in the future. Carol joined Delta in 2018 after 22-years with...

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Kevin John Delaney is a voracious reader, night owl, musician, husband, father of three and lives by the words of Helen Keller, “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” He is the Vice President of Learning and Development at LinkedIn and the author of A Life Worth Living – Finding Your Purpose and Daring to Live the Life You’ve Imagined. In 2008, Kevin suffered a series of health issues that left him in a coma, very c...

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Joe Whittinghill is the Corp Vice President of Talent, Learning, and Insights for Microsoft. Joe leads a team responsible for activating culture and learning, building world-class leaders, and enabling the workforce of the future for Microsoft.  Joe has expertise in strategy, organization development, learning, executive development, the neuroscience of leadership, and culture activation.

In this episode, Joe shares the story of Mic...

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Sarah Devereaux has spent the last 14 years in the Learning and Leadership Development space at Google. Some of her more recent roles included: Head of Executive Development Programs, Head of Strategic Initiatives for The Google School for Leaders, and Global Lead of the g2g (Googlers-to-Googlers) program. She has a keen interest in the future of work and leadership and a passion for learning and helping individuals and organizatio...

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Simon Brown is Chief Learning Officer for Novartis, a leading global medicine company based in Switzerland focused on reimagining medicine. He is also author of the Amazon-bestselling book ‘The Curious Advantage’. He is leading the strategy for Novartis to ‘Go Big on Learning’ in support of the company-wide culture transformation to become ‘Curious, Inspired and Unbossed’.

In this episode we spoke about Simon's new book and the ...

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Dr. Jim Loehr is a world-renowned performance psychologist and Co-Founder of the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute. He is also the author of 17 books including his most recent Leading with Character: 10 Minutes a Day to a Brilliant Legacy. In this book he examines the relationship between character and leadership and the timely importance of writing and living your own personal credo. From his more than 30 years of ...

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Atul Khosla is the Senior Vice President and Global Head of Talent, Learning & Organization Effectiveness at Mondelēz International. Atul's international HR experience, spanning more than 25 years and three continents, has been primarily focused on driving large scale transformation, strategic Organizational Development and Talent Management initiatives. Atul’s passion is to bring back humanity in leadership.

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Kurt Harrison is a Partner for Russell Reynolds and Co-Head of the Global Sustainability Practice. In this role, Kurt specializes in executive assessment and succession planning advice for clients. Russell Reynolds is a global leadership advisory and search firm with 46 offices in 26 countries. This perspective from their website inspired me: “Sustainability has emerged as the defining issue of our time. There is now an urgent need...

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Noam has served as CEO of Waze since March 2009, building the company to become one of the world's most talked-about startups through its acquisition by Google. Noam continues to lead the global Waze team within Google to help users around the world enjoy faster, safer drives. He also led the launch of Waze Carpool - the company’s carpooling initiative aimed at taking cars off the road to dramatically reduce traffic - which, in...

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Shelley Zalis is an internationally renowned thought leader for advancing equality in the workplace and is the CEO of The Female Quotient. As the first female chief executive ranked in the research industry’s top 25, she changed the game, helped elevate feminine values in the workplace and has devoted herself to becoming a mentor and role model to women and leaders in her industry. She is co-founder of #SeeHer, a movement led by th...

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Michael Bush is the global CEO of Great Place to Work® a people analytics and consulting firm with operations in more than 60 countries. Through certification programs, Great Place to Work® recognizes outstanding workplaces and produces Fortune’s annual list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, the World’s Best Workplaces™ list, the 100 Best Workplaces for Women™ list, the Best Workplaces for Diversity™ list and dozens of other d...

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Abbe Luersman is the Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) for Royal Ahold Delhaize, an international retailing group with strong local consumer brands in Europe and the United States – €63bn in revenue, 383,000 associates and serving over 50 million customers in-store and 20 million online weekly. Prior to joining Ahold, Abbe spent 6.5 years with Unilever where she held two distinct roles, SVP Unilever Europe and SVP HR Transformati...

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August 12, 2020 15 min

In a time of unprecedented change and disruption increasingly leaders need to manage emotional wellbeing, our own and that of others we work with. In my book "Wired for Disruption", I describe neuro-emotional agility as the ability to move ourselves and others from a state of threat to a state of curiosity and creativity. We do this by activating the empathic neural network in our brain. 

In this unscripted live coaching, on...

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Bruce Broussard is President and CEO of Humana, a Fortune 50 company with $65 Billion in revenues and 46,000 team members. Under his leadership, Humana has created an integrated care delivery model with a focus on improving health outcomes, lowering costs, and creating a personalized member experience. Bruce also plays a leadership role in the Business Roundtable, which is driving stakeholder capitalism. He is a member of the Board...

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At age 22, Tami Simon started Sounds True, now a multimedia publisher, with a dream, a tape recorder, and a guiding mission to disseminate spiritual wisdom. Over its 35-year history, Sounds True has produced over 3,000 titles and been nominated twice for the Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing companies. 

In this episode, we spoke about devoting ourselves to living a life of purpose, how to listen to our inner guidance and intuitio...

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Tanuj Kapilashrami is the Group Head of Human Resources for Standard Chartered Bank, a British multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in London. Prior to joining Standard Chartered, Tanuj built her career at HSBC where she worked across multiple HR disciplines in many of their footprint markets - Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, India and London. 

In this episode we spoke about how leaders today need to be wi...

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Ruchika Sikri is the Head of Well Being Learning Programs and Strategy at Google. She leads a powerful community of 350+ Googlers across 130+ office locations to bring secular and science-based Mindfulness and Compassion Learning programs to 120,000+ Googlers globally. Her daily meditation and yoga practice is grounded in increasing clarity in mind, purity in heart, and sincerity in action.

In this episode, we talked abo...

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