#113 Tribal Leadership

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John King, co-author of Tribal Leadership talks about:

  • The five stages of tribal leadership

  • What happens when you reach stage four tribal leadership

  • The difference between management and leadership and why organisations need leadership

  • The power of permission in leadership

  • Why nature is the original leader

Cultural Flow Architect & Rogue Scholar, John King, is co-author of The New York Times  #1 best selling Tribal Leadership, which changed the trajectory of thinking about Organizational Culture.

Internationally recognized as a senior teacher, coach, and program leader, John’s executive clientele have been featured on all major television networks and in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

John is on Faculty for CELA at American University in Bulgaria, the Middle East Leadership Academy (MELA) in the Gulf Region, and the Southeast Asia Leadership Academy (SEALA). He delivers The Cultural Map, Triads and Strategy, for the University of Arizona, Southwest Leadership Program (SWLP). John is Professor Emeritus at the Moscow International Leadership Academy (MILA).

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