Hear Carol Kauffman share information about the MOVE framework from her latest book, Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes are High, coauthored with David Noble. She describes how leaders must learn to read situations and respond in the most effective way to manage high-stakes challenges. For more information about Carol Kauffman, visit www.carolkauffman.com
Are you tired of making decisions in high-stress scenarios only to second-guess yourself later? Do you wish you could communicate or lead differently in those crucial moments? If so, you're not alone.On today's podcast, we spoke with David Noble and Carol Kaufman about the limits of relying solely on instinct in high-stress situations. They share the importance of having a system or model to guide you and offer four simple steps for leaders to master these moments of crisis. In today's fast-paced and ever-changing world, difficult choices and high-stakes scenarios are a constant challenge. Tune in to learn how you can set yourself up for success in these critical moments.Visit rtlinstitute.com to learn more about the book and how you can level-up your leadership skills.To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: the1thing.com/pods.We talk about:Striking a balance between coaching and consultingWhat Real-Time Leadership isHow to handle high-stress situations and inflection points Practicing three-dimensional leadershipLinks & Tools from This EpisodeLearn more at rtlinstitute.comcarolkauffman.comview-advisors.comLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/carolkauffmanphdLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/david-noble-468222Free ResourcesWant to be a guest or share feedback? Email firstname.lastname@example.org***Your data is priceless. Don't risk losing it all.Introducing Backblaze - the ultimate backup solution that can protect everything on your Mac, PC, and even your business. With unlimited backup storage and a centrally managed admin console, you can rest easy knowing that all your important files are safe and secure. And with the Backblaze web app, you can access your backed-up data from anywhere in the world.Sign up for a free 15 day trial. No credit card required when you sign up at Backblaze.com/one.
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Numerous industries are fraught with disruption and change, and it seems as if there's a new crisis around every corner. While some companies crumble under pressure, exceptional leaders use these crises as opportunities to learn new behaviors, accelerate their performance, and better understand the business. In today's episode, Carol Kauffman and David Noble, successful CEO coaches and co-authors of “Real-Time Leadership,” explain what leadership truly means. They also explain the difference between management and leadership, and they provide valuable advice for enhancing your leadership capabilities in personal and professional situations.Follow Sell Better: https://hubs.la/Q01BmcRc0 Become a member: https://hubs.la/Q01BmdsW0Follow Carol Kauffman on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolkauffmanphd/Follow David Noble on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-noble-468222/
Carol is co-author of Real Time Leadership along with David Noble and an Asst. Professor at Harvard. Their book presents “an innovative new framework which equips you to slow down high-stakes situations before they speed you up.” RTLInstitute.com
Leading Education With Jeff Rose
Our goal with our leader chats is to provide our educational leaders with pragmatic input, advice, and direction that adds to their skillset and perspective. It's fair to say that we nailed it with this episode due to the work of David Noble and Carol Kauffman. Their book, Real Time Leadership is one we highly suggest you look into right away. When you listen to their wise advice, likely you will understand why. One thing that is great about this discussion, is that their leadership expertise in fact does not only pertain to education. Jeff always aims to make sure our content is well-rounded, so as leaders, we are always trying to look beyond our field to learn and grow. By the way, I am Kris Richard, the producer of this show. If you like our Leader Chats, please rate us or leave a comment. We always appreciate listener feedback and would love to hear from you.
Many people believe that leaders instinctively make the best decisions based on past experience, almost like muscle memory. But Carol Kauffman, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and the founder of the Institute of Coaching, says falling back on automatic patterns of behavior is often wrong—especially in a crisis or high-stakes choices. Instead, she explains a framework of stepping back, evaluating options, and choosing the tactics that work best in each situation. Kauffman is a coauthor, along with View Advisors founder David Noble, of the HBR article "The Power of Options" and the book Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes Are High.
Carol Kauffman: Real-Time Leadership Carol Kauffman is an international leader in the field of coaching and has more than 40,000 hours of practice. Her clients are C-level leaders and their teams or elite athletes and creatives. She was shortlisted by Thinkers 50 as one of the top eight coaches around the globe for her thought leadership, entrepreneurial spirit, and contribution to coaching best practices. She is a founding member of the Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches and ranked the number one leadership coach in the world. She founded the Institute of Coaching with a $2 million gift from the Harnisch Foundation. Carol is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, a visiting professor at Henley Business School, and a senior leadership adviser at Egon Zehnder. At Harvard she launched the annual Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference, one of the school's most highly attended events. Her professional development program, Leader as Coach, won Harvard's inaugural Program Award for Culture of Excellence in Mentoring and has been rolled out throughout the United States. She was also the founding editor-in-chief of Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice. Carol is co-author with David Noble of Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes are High*. In this conversation, Carol and I explore the mindsets and tactics that are helpful when taking on a new, big leadership role. We discuss how vision, resolution, scope, and altitude play a key role in your success early on. Plus, we invite listeners to consider the importance of peer relationships and recognizing how others see you as the role begins. Key Points Having the right altitude often means looking much more broadly at the organization and moving past a subconscious bias towards your old role or department. The “subject matter expert trap” is a common one. Your awareness will help you avoid it — or recognize it faster. Good peer relationships are one of the strongest predicators of success in a new role. Make time to build these critical connections. Learning to accept recognition is a key competency for an executive leader. Treat it as you would receiving any kind of gift. Have an enterprise mindset and remember that people perceive you as representing the organization vs. just yourself. Thinking like the entity can help you show up in the way you intend. Resources Mentioned Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes are High* by Carol Kauffman and David Noble Interview Notes Download my interview notes in PDF format (free membership required). Related Episodes How to Manage Former Peers, with Tom Henschel (episode 257) How to Nail a Job Transition, with Sukhinder Singh Cassidy (episode 555) How to Genuinely Show Up for Others, with Marshall Goldsmith (episode 590) Discover More Activate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic. To accelerate your learning, uncover more inside Coaching for Leaders Plus.
How can leaders make good decisions when under pressure? My guest is leadership coach Dr Carol Kauffman. She is on the faculty at Harvard, where she is the Founder of the Institute of Coaching and is the co-author of a new book called ‘Real-Time Leadership: How to Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes are High'.With leaders increasingly having to take decisions quickly and under heavy scrutiny, getting things right is not always easy. On the face of it, leaders ought to be able to rely on experience or gut instinct to see them through. But as news headlines constantly remind us, people in leadership positions can and do get things badly wrong.In Real Time Leadership, Carol and her co-author David Noble introduce a framework called MOVE that can help leaders to make better decisions in challenging times. When the stakes are highest, how can leaders be at their best? How can they master the moment, generate options, and quickly evaluate them before acting? The MOVE framework allows leaders to formulate strategies for what they can do when making decisions under pressure so that when the time comes, they have a clear set of options.Even if you're not in a leadership position, the MOVE framework and what Carol has to share is just as relevant to you. Because we're all required to make decisions at difficult times, whether or not we hold a formal leadership position. Although the context might be different, the challenges are the same.For more on: Carol - https://carolkauffman.com/Carol on Twitter - https://twitter.com/CarolKauffman‘Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes Are High', the book Carol has co-authored with David Noble and the Real Time Leadership Institute- https://rtlinstitute.com/ My book Humanizing Rules; Bringing Behavioural Science to Ethics & Compliance is available for pre-order now: https://www.human-risk.com/humanizing-rules-book
This week on DisrupTV, we interviewed Jack Azagury, Group Chief Executive – Strategy & Consulting at Accenture, Carol Kauffman, Assistant Prof at Harvard Medical School, founder of Institute of Coaching, David Noble, Leadership Coach and Advisor and Matt Mayberry, Author of Culture is the Way. DisrupTV is a weekly Web series with hosts R “Ray” Wang and Vala Afshar. The show airs live at 11:00 a.m. PT/ 2:00 p.m. ET every Friday. Brought to you by Constellation Executive Network: constellationr.com/CEN.
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Welcome to an interview with a leadership coaching legend, David Noble. Most leaders experience a lack of motivation to continue the things they once had a passion for. So, how do you rekindle the fire of motivation when it starts to die? The key is to know your “why” and assess if your reason is strong enough to continue the journey. In this episode, David shares the role he plays in reframing things and bringing the best out of leaders, executives, and CEOs. David shares a powerful new framework called MOVE that characterizes great and extraordinary leaders. Most of us dislike having only one strategy to win. In David's framework, he discusses the four simple yet powerful options that will take you to the same goal: lean in, lean back, lean with, and don't lean. David Noble has more than twenty years of global experience advising CEOs, their teams, and major investors on leadership and strategy, and an additional fifteen years as a top executive. He was named by Thinkers50 as one of the world's top coaches. Noble has served as a senior adviser to Egon Zehnder and Oliver Wyman. Get David's book here: Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes Are High. David Noble and Carol Kauffman. Enjoying this episode? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
Nina K. Noble, is an American television producer. She was an executive producer for The Wire.Before entering television she worked extensively in film. Initially she was a production assistant and then became a second assistant director after joining the Directors Guild of America in 1984. She worked as a freelance assistant director for ten years and worked with several notable film-makers including Alan Parker, Paul Mazursky, Ron Shelton, Stephen Frears, Paul Verhoeven and Ivan Reitman. In 1995 she began producing and production managing television projects for Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana. They introduced her to writer David Simon in 1999 when he was developing his book The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City Neighborhood for the HBO network. She collaborated with Simon and Robert F. Colesberry to produce the Emmy award-winning The Corner for HBO.Noble continued her collaboration with Simon and Colesberry on their next project The Wire. She was involved from the beginning and was credited as a producer for the show's first season. She retained her role for the show's second season and her credit was upgraded to co-executive producer. For the third and fourth season she was credited as executive producer alongside Simon. She continued in this role for the fifth and final season.Noble is married to David Noble. Her brother, Michael Kostroff played defence attornery Maurice Levy on The Wire. She has two sons, Nick and Jason.photo creditThe Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture. To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory. SPONSORSDoubledutch Boutique: Boutique featuring a curated selection of modern, retro-inspired women's designer clothing. Check out the shop's gifts for holidays for him/her, including items from local makers and new modern lines from abroad and as well as vintage treasures by going to doubledutchboutique.com SPONSORSDoubledutch Boutique: Boutique featuring a curated selection of modern, retro-inspired women's designer clothing. Check out the shop's gifts for holidays for him/her, including items from local makers and new modern lines from abroad and as well as vintage treasures by going to doubledutchboutique.com ★ Support this podcast ★
David Noble's DJR From the race track to your device with Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell on Inside Supercars David Noble talks about what he saw in the team at his first race meeting in Adelaide, where his interest in motorsport started and the opportunities for the team to grow in the next couple of years. Inside Supercars Podcast: Subscribe Apple Podcasts I ;Spotify I Google Podcasts Supported by: P1 Australia Link:P1 Australia The Gates RevLimiter – Subscribe here: Apple Podcasts I Spotify I Google Podcasts MusicCreative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com MusicComa-Media from Pixabay #RepcoSC #TCRAust #Supercars #Motorsport #ADL500
David Noble's DJR From the race track to your device with Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell on Inside Supercars David Noble talks about what he saw in the team at his first race meeting in Adelaide, Where his interest in motorsport started and the opportunities for the team to grow in the next couple of years. Inside Supercars Podcast: Subscribe Apple Podcasts I ;Spotify I Google Podcasts Supported by: P1 Australia Link:P1 Australia The Gates RevLimiter – Subscribe here: Apple Podcasts I Spotify I Google Podcasts MusicCreative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com MusicComa-Media from Pixabay #RepcoSC #TCRAust #Supercars #Motorsport #ADL500
Full show with Dan Brettig of the Age off the back of the Test, Kane editorial on the fixture, Peter Drury in Doha, David Noble on his new Supercars gig, Trent Boult ahead of BBL debut tomorrow night
David Noble incoming CEO of Dick Johnson Racing joins Gerard and Kane to talk about the new gig
Sports Show with Rowey & Bicks
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Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Who might take over from Brad Scott at the AFL (0:27); The biggest decisions facing the new head of footy (5:00); Zach Tuohy revives the Irish presence in AFL (13:35) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rudy joins Kai Heron for a discussion on ecological political strategy. We discuss his political background, how to develop an ecological program out of the different ecology schools, the agrarian and land questions and how to approach liberal climate movements and trade unions. We also talk about the Green New Deal, the debates around focusing on production or consumption, eco-modernism and degrowth. We finish by talking about Kai's articles on Ecological Leninism. Links: Revolution or Ruin and Climate Leninism and Revolutionary Transition co-authored with Jodi Dean. We also mentioned the books Colin Duncan's The Centrality of Agriculture, and David Noble's Progress Without People: In Defense of Luddism.
David Noble gives listeners his best insights into how the War Room goes on deadline day in the Trade Period.
David Noble was facing the heat from Josh Gabelich and Sarah Olle as they asked him about his experiences of Trade Period.
Cam Luke and Adam Cooney are joined by David Noble for a chat on the shift in the player movement industry across his long and varied time in football, Adam ties up the trade period's loose ends with a ten club mega trade, and the boys reflect on the Jack Bowes deal, and the threat of the pre-season draft for the Bulldogs and Magpies.
Newly appointed to the AFL Coaches Association board, David Noble joins Cam Luke & Adam Cooney for a wide-ranging chat on the trade period and how it's evolved during his time in the game.
Damian Barrett, Stephen Silvagni and David Noble are joined by Collingwood GM of Football Graham Wright.
Damian Barrett, Stephen Silvagni and David Noble debate the Jason Horne-Francis trade to North Melbourne.
David Noble and Stephen Silvagni discuss re-negotiating the second year of a rookie's contract and maybe adding in an incentive for when their career finishes.
David Noble digs deep into the Essendon list and grades them on a number of categories.
David Noble digs deep into the Adelaide Crows list for Noble's Nous.
The Late Trade with Damian Barrett, Stephen Silvagni and David Noble. Also joined by Matt Rendell.
David Noble joins Cam Luke & Adam Cooney on the final day of the AFL trade period, reflecting on how the industry has changed across his time with Brisbane, Adelaide & North Melbourne.
David Noble joins Cam Luke & Adam Cooney to unpack the Ollie Henry stalemate - how seriously do clubs take the threat of walking a player to the pre-season draft?
Damian Barrett, Stephen Silvagni, David Noble and Matt Rendell on The Late Trade, Day 11 Trade Radio 2022
David Noble picks apart Hawthorn for Noble's Nous on the Late Trade.
Adelaide Crows List Manager Justin Reid joined Damian Barrett, Stephen Silvagni and David Noble on the Late Trade.
David Noble picks apart the Gold Coast Suns for Noble's Nous on the Late Trade.
The boys discussed Bathurst 1000, spoke to Maurice Brosnan, David Noble, Sam Edmund, Mark Skaife, Cal Twomey, and much more.
The boys discussed trade, the potential for time to run out on some trades, splitting picks, retaining players who want to leave, and more.
David Noble runs the microscope over the Port Adelaide footy club heading into 2023.
David Noble casts his eye over the Saints and their position heading into 2023.
David Noble assesses where the Western Bulldogs are at heading into 2023.
David Noble looks at Carlton's list and where they're at heading into the 2023 season.
Damian Barrett, Stephen Silvagni and David Noble on the Late Trade for Day 9. Also joined by Matt Rendell.
Sports Show with Rowey & Bicks
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The boys spoke about Jason Horne-Francis, Tarryn Thomas, Rory Lobb, Tom Mitchell, and more.
The boys rambled about the NRL Grand Final, talked trade, spoke to David Noble, Andrew Thorburn, had Questions Without Notice, and much more.
The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking
Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 281, an interview with a leadership coaching legend, David Noble. Most leaders experience a lack of motivation to continue the things they once had a passion for. So, how do you rekindle the fire of motivation when it starts to die? The key is to know your “why” and assess if your reason is strong enough to continue the journey. In this episode, David shares the role he plays in reframing things and bringing the best out of leaders, executives, and CEOs. David shares a powerful new framework called MOVE that characterizes great and extraordinary leaders. Most of us dislike having only one strategy to win. In David's framework, he discusses the four simple yet powerful options that will take you to the same goal: lean in, lean back, lean with, and don't lean. David Noble has more than twenty years of global experience advising CEOs, their teams, and major investors on leadership and strategy, and an additional fifteen years as a top executive. He was named by Thinkers50 as one of the world's top coaches. Noble has served as a senior adviser to Egon Zehnder and Oliver Wyman. Get David's book here: Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes Are High. David Noble and Carol Kauffman. Enjoying this episode? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
The boys rambled about the Grand Final, trade period, they spoke to Michael Gervais, David Noble, Michael Gleeson about Jordan De Goey, and more.
David chats with the lads about the trade period, salary dumps, Essendon, North Melbourne and Clarkson situation, Geelong, the De Goey situation,
Both Carol and David are two of the world's top coaches and their work is profound. In this episode, we discuss the importance of leadership in today's world but we take an even closer look at making sure the leaders we have are making the right decisions and the winning moves in real time. They share a lot of tools that will help you do just that and to use and validate your instinct.