Charles Vogl: Leadership and Creating Cultures of Community
Today’s guest is Charles Vogl – Author, speaker and advisor – thought leader for the Google School for Leaders and whose work is used to develop leadership worldwide for organisations such as Airbnb, LI, Amazon and the US Army.
We will be discussing:
- The different reactions to leadership and cultures in organisations across sectors.
- Community and the art of belonging to make people feel more valued, involved and effective and why this has such a positive result.
- How leaders can bring this into their organisations to make them stronger and more vibrant.
- How we can also take these ideas into our private lives, our neighbourhoods and the larger community to spread this vibrancy further.
More about my guest, Charles:
Charles Vogl is an adviser, speaker, and the author of three books, including the international bestseller The Art of Community.
He works with Google in several capacities, including as a trusted thought leader for the Google School for Leaders, which develops over 20,000 Google managers. He is also a founding member of the Google Vitality Lab which works toward innovating healing strategies in our era. His work is used to advise and develop leadership and programs worldwide within organizations including Airbnb, LinkedIn, Twitch, Amazon, ServiceNow, Meetup.com, Wayfair and the US Army.
His latest book, Building Brand Communities (with Carrie Melissa Jones), was awarded an Axiom Business Book Gold Medal. His first book, The Art of Community, won the Nautilus Silver Award for Business and Leadership.
His work reflects a calling to help leadership create a culture of belonging in the most lonely era in organizational history. Drawing on three thousand years of spiritual traditions, Charles teaches the wisdom and principles to build deep community and resilient relationships that foster innovation and integrity within organizations and around the world. He holds an M.Div. from Yale, where he studied spiritual traditions, ethics, and business as a Jesse Ball duPont Foundation scholar.
- LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/charlesvogl
- Website: https://www.charlesvogl.com/