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Megan Reitz

11 Podcast Episodes

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How to lead in the new era of employee activism | Megan Reitz

TED Talks Daily (SD video)

What does it mean to lead in this new age of employee activism? Megan Reitz offers a four-point crash course on what employees want from their organizations and how leaders can rise to the challenge of building proactive and productive workplaces where every voice and perspective has the chance to make a difference.

16mins

14 Sep 2022

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How to lead in the new era of employee activism | Megan Reitz

TED Talks Daily

What does it mean to lead in this new age of employee activism? Megan Reitz offers a four-point crash course on what employees want from their organizations and how leaders can rise to the challenge of building proactive and productive workplaces where every voice and perspective has the chance to make a difference.

16mins

14 Sep 2022

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How to lead in the new era of employee activism | Megan Reitz

TED Talks Daily (HD video)

What does it mean to lead in this new age of employee activism? Megan Reitz offers a four-point crash course on what employees want from their organizations and how leaders can rise to the challenge of building proactive and productive workplaces where every voice and perspective has the chance to make a difference.

16mins

14 Sep 2022

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060. Mary Inman & Megan Reitz: Dealing With a Culture of Silence

Leading Transformational Change with Tobias Sturesson

Many organizations struggle with a culture of silence in which critical concerns are neither welcomed nor raised, essential feedback is unshared, and vital ideas are left unsaid. But how do you measure a lack of something? How do you deal with something that isn’t there? What strategies and habits need to be implemented to deal with silence? This final episode of Season 5 is a recording of an online live Healthy Culture Initiative event with Megan Reitz and Mary Inman. Listen in on this critical conversation between your host, Tobias, and these guests as they explore how to deal with a culture of silence. Megan Reitz is a facilitator, teacher, speaker, executive coach, researcher, and author dedicated to exploring and finding ways to improve the way people interact with one another in the workplace. She is Professor of Leadership and Dialogue at Ashridge Executive Education – part of Hult International Business School. She is ranked as one of the top 50 management thinkers in the world by Thinkers50 and is on the 2021 HR Most Influential List of Thinkers by HR Magazine. Megan is the co-author of "Speak Up: Say what needs to be said and hear what needs to be heard". Mary Inman is a lawyer and partner in Constantine Cannon’s London Office. She launched the firm's international whistleblower practice and specializes in representing whistleblowers worldwide under American reward programs. Mary is a recognized expert and frequent author and speaker on areas related to the application of the American whistleblower laws internationally and the use of whistleblower laws worldwide. Duration: 01:22:03

1hr 22mins

30 Jun 2022

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057. Megan Reitz: A Culture of Speaking Up & Listening Up

Leading Transformational Change with Tobias Sturesson

A culture of speaking up and listening up does not happen by default. Leaders need to build it with intentionality and an awareness of their blindspots. Researcher and author Megan Reitz is passionate about helping people flourish in their workplaces through the way they speak with, listen to, learn from, and care for each other. In this engaging and helpful episode, your host Tobias and Megan discuss building cultures of listening, understanding positions of power and its impact, and a framework for fostering psychological safety. Megan Reitz is a facilitator, teacher, speaker, executive coach, researcher, and author dedicated to exploring and finding ways to improve the way people interact with one another in the workplace. She is Professor of Leadership and Dialogue at Ashridge Executive Education – part of Hult International Business School. She is ranked as one of the top 50 management thinkers in the world by Thinkers50 and is on the 2021 HR Most Influential List of Thinkers by HR Magazine. Megan is the co-author of "Speak Up: Say what needs to be said and hear what needs to be heard".   Duration: 50:38

50mins

19 May 2022

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Greatness Podcast (Ep 36) | Megan Reitz Discusses Team Mindfulness and Speaking Up

Greatness Podcast

Do you experience frustration that no matter how much you encourage people to speak up you still feel that you’re not hearing everything you need to hear? You’re not alone. Megan Reitz, author of “Speak Up”, visited the Greatness podcast to share her research about the conversational patters we become stuck within both as people and as organizations; and how power and labels, real and imagined, filter what we hear and what we say. Megan shares research-based tips for how to listen with curiosity, not just a skill but a philosophy and one that is central to our work at Conversant.

29mins

23 Oct 2020

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#165 How to speak up at work with Megan Reitz

Squiggly Careers

For the 4th episode of our Setting Yourself Up for Success series, Helen talks to author, researcher and professor Megan Reitz about speaking up at work. Together they discuss why speaking-up feels hard and how our conversational habits can hold us back. They talk through the TRUTH framework Megan has developed to understand what gets in the way of speaking up and how to overcome challenges and Megan also shares the importance of managers being prepared to 'listen-up' to what is being said.For more on Megan's work, head to: https://www.meganreitz.com/You can buy her book here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Speak-Up-what-needs-heard/dp/1292263016For everything else Squiggly Careers related, head to www.amazingif.com Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

20mins

20 Aug 2020

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26 - Speaking Truth to Power with Megan Reitz

Curve Benders by David Nour

Her passion and curiosity centers around the quality of how we meet, see, hear, speak, learn with, and encounter one another in organizational systems. She believes how we might encourage dialogue is not only more humane, but it also enables us, our colleagues, and our society to flourish. Working at the intersection of leadership, change, dialogue, and mindfulness, she has presented her research to audiences throughout the world and is recognized by the Thinkers50 Radar of global management thinkers. Her recent research with John Higgins on ‘Speaking Truth to Power’ – examining how perceptions of power enable and silence others, is the subject of her new book, Speak Up: Say what needs to be said and hear what needs to be heard. As well as running her own business, she is a Professor of Leadership and Dialogue at Ashridge Executive Education – part of Hult International Business School. Previously she was a consultant with Deloitte, an executive at Boo.com, and worked in strategy consulting in what is now the strategy arm of Computer Science Corporation. Educated at Cambridge University she gained an MA in Land Economy, a Masters in Change Agent Skills and Strategies at Surrey University, and a Masters in Research at Cranfield School of Management where she also earned her Ph.D. Most valiantly, she’s the mother to two wonderful daughters who test her regularly on her powers of mindfulness and dialogue. Join me on this episode of the Curve Benders podcast with Megan Reitz. In the opening section of the podcast, I also reference my recent The Way I See It…Innovative Teams Thrive Through Visionary Leaders. Hope you’ll get a chance to read the rest of the article. Don't forget, I turn the show notes from these podcasts into more in-depth articles, so check them out in our Free, Member-Based community, Nour Forum. Join us at NourGroup.com/Forum.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-nour/message

36mins

28 Jul 2020

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NCELive Podcast 22 - Megan Reitz - Mindfulness

#NCE Live

Brilliant conversation with Megan Reitz and Dr Matt Silver exploring mindfulness and the impact it can have on our own and teams performance.Megan Reitz is a facilitator, teacher, speaker, executive coach, researcher and author dedicated to exploring and finding ways to improve the way we interact with one another in the workplace.www.meganreitz.com

58mins

13 Jul 2020

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#NCE Live Pocast 15 - Megan Reitz - Speaking Truth to Power

#NCE Live

Brilliant conversation with Megan Reitz and Prof Ben Laker exploring how members of an organisation can speak truth to power. Megan Reitz is a facilitator, teacher, speaker, executive coach, researcher and author dedicated to exploring and finding ways to improve the way we interact with one another in the workplace.www.meganreitz.com

1hr 7mins

22 May 2020

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