In the new episode of Coaching Uncaged, Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by author, professor, thought-leader and founder of Analytic-Network Coaching Ltd & Edgy Ideas Podcast, Dr. Simon Western, to explore how we might create better organisations, cultures, relationships and leaders, with Simon advocating a shift towards Eco-Leadership (Western S. 2019).
Simon shares his personal journey from general and psychiatric nursing, and family therapy, through to his coaching and training work, touching on his various books and theses, as he shares his current work focusing on how to develop leadership in our networked society. He also reveals his interests and passions that led him to this point.
With fascinating insights into the design of the education and healthcare systems, Robert and Simon dive deep into the notion of improving organisations, leaders, and in turn society through an adjustment in the way that we think about leadership, networks and ecosystems, and a shift towards greater social cohesion.
We hope that you enjoy this episode of Coaching Uncaged!
You can find out more about Simon and his work here: www.analyticnetwork.com
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