Intentional Leadership with Peter Docker
“When we have that humble confidence, it opens up all sorts of possibilities within our team, because it gives us the opportunity where we can tap into the expertise of those around us and get their input so that we can figure out the answers to the challenges that we face.”
Peter Docker is a keynote speaker, facilitator, and author of the book Leading from the Jumpseat . Through his work, Peter enables leaders to unlock their natural talents. He’s focused on leadership that engenders commitment and human connection, an approach that liberates the collective wisdom of teams to generate extraordinary outcomes. Peter served for twenty-five years as a Royal Air Force senior officer and was a Force Commander during combat flying operations across the globe. Today, Aviv and Peter engage in a rich conversation on commitment, humble confidence and leading from a place of intentionality.
Essential Learning Points:
- [01:18] – Aviv introduces today’s guest, Peter Docker, who speaks to what he enjoys most about the work he does in leadership and expounds on the concept of ‘Jumpseat Leadership’
- [09:55] – Three practices of Jumpseat Leadership
- [13:23] – Commitment, fear, and love
- [18:58] – Humble confidence
- [23:38] – Belonging
- [26:45] – Why context setting is critical to leadership
- [31:25] – Top challenges facing leaders in this time of disruptive change
- [35:55] – What inspired Peter to join the Royal Air Force and lessons he’s brought from the military into the business world
- :55 – How Jumpseat Leadership can help our ability to handle crises
- [47:04] – Peter speaks to how he connected and collaborated with Simon Sinek
- [48:31] – Advice Peter would give his twenty-five year old self and two learnings he values above all else
- [51:11] – Final words of wisdom from Peter
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