In this podcast, Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF, is in conversation with philosopher, author, and speaker Anders Indset. Steve and Anders discuss the importance of leaders engaging in what he calls a “self-audit” having the strength and courage to get vulnerable, the importance of listening, and more.
Anders Indset is one of the world’s leading business philosophers and a trusted sparring partner to international CEOs and political leaders. Dubbed “Rock’n’Roll Plato” and “Digital Jesus” by the media, he is currently one of the most sought-after keynote speakers with his approach to practical philosophy.
So I think the problem is that we have too little leadership. We have too little vision, guidance, actions taken, and, than actual thinking. So the change is relative like it’s abstract.
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