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[EPISODE] Leadership Demands And Challenges In This New World
This week, on The Conscious Consultant Hour, Sam welcomes CEO and Author Susan Goldberg!
Susan is the founder and CEO of Susan Goldberg Leadership Consulting.
After 25 years of hands-on experience coaching and placing talent, Susan shifted her focus to address today’s challenge of developing emerging leadership. In September of 2016, She launched Susan Goldberg Leadership Consulting. There she specializes in developing millennial and Gen Z talent.
Susan offers a number of services from individual coaching to a small group coaching programs. She also includes speaking at board meetings and retreat coaching. She provides consulting to teams, departments and organizations who may be struggling with multi-generational communication. Susan also specializes in retaining their young leadership.
PSE&G, GE, NBC, and Sprint PCS are just a few of the clients Susan has worked with over the years. Her extensive knowledge on emerging leadership, led Susan to co-author the book “Leadership in Wonderland”, a unique approach on how to become a more confident leader.
The show opens with the weekly quote from Abraham and the Universe about a leader’s potential to create positive change with honesty and transparency. Sam discusses how diversity and inclusion are vital to the creative process because each person brings their own individual perspective. He then introduces the guest of the show, Susan Goldberg, who specializes in the cultivation of new leaders. The two talk about the shifting ideals of leadership today.
Susan gets into how she found her passion as a leadership consultant. Then, she discusses her book, Leadership in Wonderland, a metaphor for her observations about the corporate world. Sam and Susan discuss the lessons that COVID-19 can teach us about community.
Susan talks about the leadership/partnership trends she has noticed during the pandemic. She implores that it is essential to have good leadership in times of fear. Then Susan mentions a few leaders who have stepped up during the crisis.
The conversation continues with Susan’s take on the emerging leaders of today, particularly the Gen-Z population, and the qualities that set them apart from the leaders that came before them. She closes the show with advice to the younger generation that it is necessary to cultivate their skills as early as possible.