Episode 07 – Olga from Kyiv: At least, remember to breathe
Olga, my former leadership colleague from Kyiv, is sharing her wisdom: Among other things one can only feel belongingness with others if one feels belongingness with oneself.
Episode 06 – Morten Kvist Carl, army ranger and navy seal
Morten is the only person in Denmark having achieved both the elite army ranger education and the navy seal education. He is an exceptionel leader who inspires us in this episode with the fact that there´s no clear line or box that good and evil fit into and that pure intentions, extreme ownership and accountability for yourself and the teams are key.
Episode 05 – Linhan Cui, world famous conductor about the power of music
‘Some believe conductors are born, not made. Linhan Cui is a human embodiment of that idea’. A Conductor who believes that music can make people better and create world peace. This is a goal for Linhan. Using her energy to contribute to a better world via the power of music.
Episode 2 – Fatima, world class researcher
Anne-Marie Finch talks to Fatima AlZahra´a Alatraktchi who is acknowledged as one of the most influential researchers globally. In a young age, Fatima proved her talent by working hard, adding creativity to her research – always sharing of compassion. Fatima´s global voice is here today to inspire with wisdom within various areas, among others how to scale belongingness in the world of research.
If you have questions, thoughts and comments, please feel free to contact Fatima at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First podcast episode – Anne-Marie Finch about belongingness
What is belongingness and why is it important in leadership today? Why is Anne-Marie Finch so passionate about it? Listen to the first episode of The Global Voices Podcast in which Anne-Marie is interviewed about the concept of belongingness.