Aug 24, 2021
Welcome to another episode of The Authentic Change Podcast, I am your host, Mike Horne, and I am joined today by Chris Colbert, speaker, author, innovator, and globalist. Chris has spent much of his life helping people, from providing 1:1 guidance to running high-performing entities based on cultures of positive change with his most recent gig serving as the Managing Director of the Harvard Innovation Labs. Chris has the unique ability to paint a compelling picture of what could be and then helping people to make it happen.
[1:53] Chris shares a few words about himself.
[4:06] Chris expands on the concept of helping us understand ourselves better.
[7:04] Chris talks about the behavior of humans while innovating.
[9:52] What behaviors can drive the actions that are uplifting to the human experience?
[10:36] Having an objective perception is almost impossible.
[12:47] The topic of corporate citizenry does not get enough attention.
[14:33] People are the ones creating the value of an organization.
[17:03] More corporations are realizing that they have a societal responsibility.
[19:13] Mike talks about the difference between a manager and a leader.
[19:29] Chris talks about the requirements for authentic leadership today.
[22:11] How do you create an environment based on trust?
[24:04] Be the way you want your organization to be.
[26:14] Chris talks about the only two motivators in behavior change: aspiration and desperation.
[29:44] It’s all about humans.
[33:14] Chris shares his call-to-action with the audience.
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