Aug 3, 2021
Welcome to another episode of The Authentic Change Podcast, I am Mike Horne, your host and I am joined today by Dr. Matt Minahan, organizational strategist and design consultant, who has been involved in so many aspects of organizational development, as an author, speaker, teacher, leader and someone who has been honored and recognized by various professionals in the field. Dr. Minahan is committed to removing the gap between human potential and the human condition. In today’s conversation, we are approaching integrity and authenticity in the work of leading and developing organizations.
[2:43] Dr. Minahan shares a few words about himself.
[4:20] Integrity is tested a lot.
[5:25] Own your commitments: You are what you do not what you say you will do.
[6:59] You can’t change anything unless you accept it.
[8:40] Most men begin to build their own psyche house at the age of 30.
[9:54] What does it look like to be me in the world?
[11:31] People can’t really separate work from their personal lives.
[13:40] Dr. Minahan shares the reasons why he is hopeful for the world.
[15:01] Dr. Minahan shares his view on capitalism.
[15:43] Dr. Minahan talks about the difference between capitalism and collective cultures.
[17:30] Mike shares about the relationship between individualism and executive compensation.
[18:40] What happens when there is a failure and the company does not thrive?
[20:20] Dr. Minahan talks about the matter of the disproportionate differences in employees’ compensations in an organization.
[21:41] Together we rise, eliminating barriers to opportunities.
[22:20] We are starting to open the subject of institutional racism.
[23:38] Mike talks about participation and democracy in organizations.
[24:10] Dr. Minahan shares his advice for fostering more communication on these topics.
[24:50] Learn to be a student of yourself.
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