“We’re living in a time when self-awareness is more important than ever.”
On today’s episode, Suneera Madhani shares her conversation with @drlauragallaher an Organizational Psychologist, Speaker, and Leadership Coach and founder of Gallaher Edge.
She began her career at NASA Kennedy Space Center. After the Space Shuttle Columbia exploded upon re-entry in 2003, killing everybody aboard, Kennedy Space Center hired Laura and a team of organizational psychologists to change the cultural influences that were deemed to play a role in the tragedy. She worked for 8 years with NASA to positively influence culture, develop leadership capacity, and improve organizational performance at Kennedy Space Center.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR:
- How Laura became an organizational psychologist and working with NASA to transform their culture following the Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy
- Laura shares why fear is a normal experience, why you need to be conscious of your fears to address them, and the one fear we all have
- Understanding defensiveness, how we can overcome it to be better leaders and using the principles of active listening to build strong relationships
- Why conflict can be a good thing and the importance of inviting a diverse perspective of ideas
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