In a world where so many opt to lean back – to disengage, scroll the feed, consume and comment rather than create, plug into the playlist rather than connect, here’s a rousing call to lean in to the work that matters. As a colleague, a leader, a writer and a reader, what does it mean to lean in, and how do we keep ourselves from leaning in so far that we end up falling over?
- Professor Lucy Easthope on leaning in to disaster and difficult feelings
- Dr Deb Mashek on real engagement and connection in relationships
- Danni Haughan on connection and purpose in podcasting
- Liam Black on not leaning in so hard that you fall over
- Catherine Baker on sustainable performance as a leader
- Sarah Stein Lubrano on writing as a process of engagement with ideas
- Tim Clark on writing more purposefully
- Beth Stallwood on finding the people and the strategies to help you lean in more effectively
An unmissable, unforgettable best bits episode.
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