Season 3 of Le Podcast on Emerging Leadership features interviews with experts on leadership and related topics. In the first episode, Jared Kleinert, the CEO, and co-founder of Offsite and the founder of Meeting of the Minds, discusses the importance of meeting in person in the future of work, the process and considerations for organizing…
Author: Alexis Monville
Alexis Monville worked in multicultural and distributed environments for years, coming back from the US and now based in the southwest of France. When asked if he misses the work in the office, he usually answers that he spent half of his 30 years of management experience in diverse sectors outside of the office and a lot of that working from home.
Alexis is Chief of Staff to the CTO at Red Hat, a long-time hybrid open-source software company with more than 100 office locations in 40 countries, where half of the 20,000 people work remotely.
Alexis is a firm believer that change starts with the self. He is the author of two books: Changing Your Team From The Inside and I am a Software Engineer and I am in Charge.
Alexis facilitates successful playful collaborations. He designs and builds sustainable and high-impact teams and organizations.
This is Le Podcast on Emerging Leadership. I am OpenAI. I am the host of today’s podcast. The BEPS framework is useful for understanding a leader’s different roles and responsibilities. It helps clarify the various areas a leader should focus on to be effective and achieve success.
Over the last years, people have moved from innovating in secret labs to innovating in the open, and open-source became the way to define industry standards. Today, I am pleased to have Joseph Jacks on the podcast to explore the open-source world. Joseph is the founder and General Partner of OSS Capital a fund that exclusively focuses on early-stage commercial open source companies.
The challenges facing humanity are growing in complexity. Collaboration is offering us to tackle more complexity by getting diverse minds to work together. How to gather people and facilitate successful collaborations?
In this episode, I had the pleasure to discuss the path to purpose with Ashley Freeman a writer, facilitator, and coach based in Atlanta, Georgia. We covered: What led her to create Flourishing Work, How you can develop your personal brand, How to build trust, What a book discussion club has to do with continuous…
Agility, Innovation, and Leadership or how to improve management, so your company succeeds in the 21st century.
Jurgen Appelo is a serial founder, successful entrepreneur, author, and speaker. Jurgen is pioneering management to help creative organizations survive and thrive.
When old innovations depreciate quickly, and new ones become a standard in a short time, how to facilitate your organization’s resiliency, agility, and responsiveness to an ever-changing ecosystem? How to attract and retain talents? How to keep them focused, motivated, and engaged in our ever more challenging new hybrid world? Some companies seemed to evolve…
Individuals and companies invest years in building their reputations. It happens that at a time, one thing could dramatically damage it.
Laurence Duarte is a Global Management Consultant, she is a business fixer, she helps you to protect and grow your business. She is also a business writer, a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review. She worked all over the world, especially in Europe, China, and the US.
Jared Kleinert is the CEO and Co-Founder of Offsite. He is also the founder of Meeting of the Minds, as well as a TED speaker, 3x award-winning author, and USA Today’s “Most Connected Millennial”.
A few months back, I was doing some research on public speaking, and I stumbled on this short video of one of the world’s experts in public speaking Conor Neil. What I learned in the video changed forever the way I envision starting and finishing a talk. Yes, there is a grownup way to say: Once upon…