“New language can help leaders create high trust cultures that fulfill their purpose and mission”
Listen to episode 208. Scott and I speak with Libby Wagner, a poet, speaker, and trusted advisor about how leaders can find new language to connect more powerfully with stakeholders. She works with leaders of organizations large and small, across the globe, to create high trust cultures fulfilling their purpose and mission. She is the author of Amazon Best-Seller, The Influencing Option: The Art of Building a Profit Culture in Business, as well as five collections of poems.
Libby has been quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review. Her work has shaped many organizational cultures, including Keurig-Dr Pepper, Philips, Boeing, and many others. She is one of the only poets working in organizations, and she inspires others to access and express their leadership voices to have courageous conversations where they balance truth-telling and compassion. (read more about Libby below).
You’ll gain insights on:
- Why applying new language during major transformation and growth can lead to valuable outcomes
- The art of going beyond jargon and cliche to lead your organization through ambiguity
- Immediately useful ideas for for applying new language to leadership for creating trust and connection