Socrates said you should know thyself – and this Sense and Signal podcast panel discission examines what knowing oneself looks like for leaders. Jodah and Dan delve into what it means for leaders to know themselves with favorite guests Hana Gala and Zoe Fragou, both highly regarded international leadership consultants and trainers. They explore why knowing oneself is important for leaders, using tools like psychometrics to understand oneself and others, the power of self-deception, the impact of social media on bullshitting and imposter syndrome, the influence of postmodernism on our ability to know ourselves, and Taylor Swift as a celebrity leader.
ABOUT ZOE FRAGOU
Zoe’ Fragou’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fragouzoe/
Zoe Fragou’s blog post “Positive Psychology v. Toxic Positivity” blog post - https://cto.academy/positive-psychology-vs-toxic-positivity/
ABOUT HANA GALA
Hana is the Director of Coaching Programs for an international consultancy Leadership Associates based in Vienna, Austria. She is also a professor of business management at South Seattle College. Hana has been an active member of many industry associations (SHFM, NACE, HFTP), consulted with multiple Fortune 500 companies (Microsoft, Coca-Cola), and is a certified executive coach (ACC ICF) and embodiment specialist. She is currently writing a book on space, body, and soul.
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