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Dolly Chugh
October 11, 2022

Author Dr. Dolly Chugh discusses how striving for good keeps leaders and organizations from being better.

David Robson
August 3, 2022

David Robson, author of the The Expectation Effect: How Your Mindset Can Change Your World,  explains the science behind how what we think will happen changes what does happen. Leaders who understand and leverage the mind-body connection can enhance their own and others’ focus and increase engagement and workplace performance. 

David Robson graduated from Cambridge University and is a science writer featured in publications like the Atlantic and the Washington Post. In 2021 he received awards from the Association of British Science Writers and the UK Medical Journalists' Association for his writing on misinformation and risk communication during the COVID pandemic.

Robson edited for New Scientist and was a senior writer for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). He is also the author of The Intelligence Trap: Why Smart People Make Dumb Mistakes, released in 2019.

Henna Inam
June 1, 2022

Henna Inam, author of Wired for Disruption: The Five Shifts in Agility to Lead in the Future of Work, identifies five innate agilities we can develop to help us lead during times of disruption and prepare organizations for success in the new workplace.

Listen to Henna’s Transformational Leadership podcast, which covers topics such as building resilience and growing focus. Browse Henna’s website for additional resources on leading during disruption.


Heather Younger
April 6, 2022

Heather Younger, author of The Art of Caring Leadership: How Leading with Heart Uplifts Teams and Organizations, describes nine aspects of caring leadership and why they are essential to organizational success.

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Marilyn Gist
February 2, 2022

Marilyn Gist, author of The Extraordinary Power of Leader Humility: Thriving Organizations and Great Results, discusses the six key leader qualities that demonstrate humility, and the positive impact they have on organizations and the people in them.

Stefanie Johnson
December 1, 2021

Stefanie K. Johnson, author of Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging to Build Innovative Teams, discusses how diversity without inclusion fails to capitalize on the value of diverse teams. According to Dr. Johnson’s research, leaders must ensure individuals feel a sense of belonging, which includes encouraging all staff to use what makes them unique for the benefit of the organization. For more information about Dr. Johnson and for free resources to support efforts to “inclusify” your organization, see her website.

Meredith Persily Lamel
October 6, 2021

Meredith Persily Lamel, coauthor of The Six Paths to Leadership: Lessons from Successful Executives, Politicians, Entrepreneurs, and More, discusses the different paths leaders take to arrive at their formal positions of authority, why those paths matter, and the opportunities and challenges inherent in each path so leaders can create more personal satisfaction and greater organizational success.

Adam Grant
August 4, 2021

Adam Grant, author of Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know discusses the value of making the time to rethink and unlearn to achieve personal and organizational success. He encourages leaders to replace “best practices” with a continual search for better practices, and to be humble, curious and receptive, leading to positive change and growth.  

Michael E. Siegel
July 7, 2021

Michael Siegel, retiring FJC Sr. Education Specialist and author of The President as Leader, applies a four-part leadership framework to modern presidencies to analyze what makes a successful leader, whether in the White House or the courthouse. He also has observations and advice for court leaders gained over thirty-three years at the FJC. 

Ron Carucci
June 2, 2021

Ron Carucci, coauthor of the best-selling book Rising to Power: The Journey of Exceptional Executives, asserts that research shows that power is more likely to be abandoned out of fear than abused for self interest. He discusses how proper preparation leading to accurate expectation setting is instrumental to both personal and organizational success.


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