Jumpseat leadership – could you do it? A lot of leaders lead by ensuring that they have as much control as possible. In this week’s show Judith Germain’s guest turns this on its head by saying there are times when courageous leaders do nothing.
In this show, guest Peter Docker shares with Judith how jumpseat leadership is a different way on leading. They have an interesting conversation on what drives people to step into the unknown and the need to be sure of what your core values are. Peter shares a number of fascinating stories from his extensive experience as a Royal Air Force pilot. He explains that context is important when we are considering what we are standing for instead of when we are taking ‘a position’. Judith shares her belief that hope is proactive and optimism is passive.
Peter Docker on radio!
Peter Docker is a speaker, teacher and author. He has worked across 93 countries with leadership teams from most industries and sectors. Peter is a former Royal Air Force pilot, co-author of Find Your Why with Simon Sinek and David Mead.
He joins Judith Germain on The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR Online Leadership Development Radio this week to discuss how you can lead by letting go of your control.
Peter poses some insightful questions for Judith to answer, listen in and tell us what you think!
Jumpseat leadership – could you do it?
Listen to Peter on The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR Online Leadership Development Radio at the following times this week:
UK Show Times (GMT)
- 12 Noon – Mon, Wed, Fri
- 9 am – Thursday
- 8 am – Saturday
US Show Times (CST)
- 12 Noon – Mon, Thurs, Fri, Sat
- 10 am Wednesday
- 9 pm – Monday
- 7 pm – Tuesday, Thursday
This fascinating conversation with Peter will be permanently available on The Maverick Paradox Podcast from 4 February 2021.