In this episode of The Motivational Intelligence Podcast, we’re bringing you a closed door conversation with one of the world’s leading experts in the field of change, Dr. Gregory Shea.
Dr. Gregory Shea serves as President of Shea & Associates, Inc, is an Adjunct Professor of Management at the Wharton School, and is Senior Fellow at its Center for Leadership and Change Management. Dr. Shea did his undergraduate work at Harvard, got his masters degree in Management Studies from the London School of Economics and got his PhD in Administrative Science from Yale. He’s authored or coauthored 6 different books heavily focused on Leading Change, including his most recent Leading Successful Change: 8 Keys to Making Change Work” published by the Wharton School Press, and “Your Job Survival Guide: A Manual for Thriving in Change” published by Financial Times Press. He’s also published scores of articles in places like the Sloan Management Review and forthcoming the California Management Review.
He can be found on LinkedIn as Gregory Shea, and on his website: gregoryshea.com
In this episode, we get into his experiences fighting cancer, the concept of leadership proximity, how to quote “get to the work", systems thinking, and a whole bunch more. Please enjoy this wide ranging conversation with Dr. Gregory Shea. Listen to Episode 46, Dr. Gregory Shea: A World-Renown Expert in Change on How to Avoid Team Distraction and "Get to the Work", Build an Environment to Facilitate Change, Fight Cancer and Find Spirituality on your favorite podcast app!