Harnessing the power of humans


Harnessing the power of humans. In this episode Judith Germain  speaks to Greg Wieting about how harnessing the power of human connection enables us to learn how not to lead from a trauma response. He describes exactly what his beliefs are around trauma and how it effects leaders and their drive.

Greg sees leadership as emanations of who we are and looks at what hinders our ability to be truly present.

Greg Wieting helps leaders heal the anxiety, depression and trauma they can’t think or talk their way out of so they can reimagine leadership as a healing force for good. 

An interesting conversation on the intersection of trauma and leadership. How can we be more supporting about the human condition?

Greg Wieting can be found on LinkedIN here. His website is here.

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