We’re thrilled to share three new podcasts featuring Nathalie Sabourin and Ron Cheshire from The Co-Leadership Group, discussing the significance of co-leadership practices in businesses.
3 must-listen podcasts to fully understand co-leadership and the importance of building on each other’s strengths to create synergy and learn from each other.
Empowering your leaders by rediscovering their strengths
“The Thoughtful Talent Show”
Bill Beachy and Ron Cheshire share their insights on the CliftonStrengths® theme, Futuristic.
Do you embrace opportunities to envision and create new possibilities every day? For those with Futuristic talents, this is not a once-in-a-while exercise but a daily, continuous activity.
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Entrepreneurship and codevelopment: Co-create. Accelerate. Grow.
Marie-Josée Gagné hosts Nathalie Sabourin on her podcast “Game pas game”. Collaborators for 10 years, they discuss the power of co-development to help you evolve as an entrepreneur.
Nathalie Sabourin talks about updated and aligned codevelopment, which accelerates entrepreneurs’ leadership and the growth of their businesses.
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Codevelopment Action Learning - CAL and Co-Leadership
“The Human Factor”
A live interview from Singapore with Marie-Laure Caille and Nathalie Sabourin on updated and aligned co-leadership and Codevelopment Action Learning – CAL as practices for stimulating innovation, teamwork and skills today and tomorrow.
Marie-Laure and Nathalie will discuss the following questions:
- What are Codevelopment Action Learning (CAL) and Co-Leadership?
- What are their benefits at the individual, team and organisation levels?
- How can Codevelopment Action Learning (CAL) be used by teams by following a 7-step process?