Dov Pollack is an executive coach and development consultant who has helped brands such as Charles Schwab, Slack, and Amazon. Through his executive coaching consultancy, Next Wave Leadership, he works one-on-one with leaders to find their presence and better tell their stories. He is a Founding Partner of Riverene and has previously worked with Future State Inc. and Hill Physicians Medical Group.
Dov is the host of the Next Wave Leadership podcast, where he interviews leaders about how they’re building great places to work by creating inspiring cultures in which to grow.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- How Shiva Dustdar taught Dov Pollack to be a citizen of the world
- Building networks by calling in instead of calling out with Jennifer DaSilva
- The value of teaching women to invest in other women
- Connecting women around the globe with Kristin Engvig
- Coco Brown explains what the pink ghetto is and how to end it
- Being comfortable in rooms not designed for you with Cara Shortsleeve
- How to understand and deal with your shadow
- The strategic importance of diversity with Michelle Gadsden-Williams
In this episode…
Dov Pollack has had the incredible opportunity to interview some of the greatest business leaders working today. The guests on Next Wave Leadership have not only shared their insights with the listeners but also shifted Dov’s viewpoint on leadership. This year has featured some incredible guests with some unique lessons on leadership. Now Dov shares some of his favorites with you.
In this special episode of Next Wave Leadership, Dov Pollack is once again interviewed by Chad Franzen of Rise25 to talk about the best episodes of the year. They discuss topics such as being a citizen of the world, learning financial responsibility from a young age, the pink ghetto, how the Enneagram is being used in the military, and much more. They also touch on what Dov will be working on in the future.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Chad Franzen on LinkedIn
- Dov Pollack on LinkedIn
- Next Wave Leadership
- Dov’s email: [email protected]
- “Shiva Dustdar, Head of Innovation at the European Investment Bank: On Financing Innovation by Innovating Finance, Saving the Planet Through Nature-Based Solutions, and Asking For the Impossible”
- “Jennifer DaSilva, President of Berlin Cameron and Founder of Connect4Women, On: Letting Go of Perfection, Building Networks for Women by Calling Them In, Not Calling Them Out, and Learning To Lead With Vulnerability”
- “Elle Bruno, Managing Director at Techstars Boulder, On: Helping Women Invest in Women, Changing the Game Through Angel Investing, and Summoning the Courage To Speak Out”
- “Kristin Engvig: On Ushering in an Era of Authentic Leadership Where Feminine Values Are Embodied and Our Global Interconnectedness Is Prized”
- “Coco Brown, CEO of The Athena Alliance: On Outgrowing the Pink Ghetto, Creating Digital Critical Mass, and the Importance of Including Women in the Boardroom”
- “Jennifer Harris, the CEO of Technology Management Concepts: On Starting From Nothing, Following a Path Towards Self Invention Through Three Digital Transformations, and Competing With Big Companies”
- “Cara Shortsleeve, CEO of The Leadership Consortium, On: Why It Is Ok to Really Want To Win, Learning To Be Comfortable in Rooms That Weren’t Built for You, and Why There Can Be No Diversity Without Inclusion”
- “Judah Pollack, Head of People at KindEarth.Tech and Former Faculty at Stanford StartX, On: Working With Military Leaders, Introducing the Enneagram Into a Corporate Setting, and the Import of Engaging With Your Shadow”
- “Michelle Gadsden-Williams, Managing Director and Global Head of Dei at BlackRock, On: Taking the Stairs to the C-Suite, Why Your Dreams Should Scare You, and the Strategic Importance of Diversity”
- The Charisma Myth: How Anyone Can Master the Art and Science of Personal Magnetism by Olivia Fox Cabane
Sponsor for this episode…
Founded by Dov Pollack, Next Wave Leadership is an executive coaching firm focused on helping CEOs, executives, and emerging leaders to deepen their executive presence, differentiate their voice, and embrace the plot and promise of their story.