In this episode, we sit down with Steve Hart to discuss how modern leaders can better lead in modern times.
Steve has over 30 years of experience in a leadership role with The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, where his focus was on helping people evolve, grow, and successfully navigate challenges and change. He is now a Senior Consultant and an Executive Coach with an extraordinary team at The Professional Development Group.
Over the course of his professional life, the common denominator that’s defined Steve is his role as a teacher. For the past 27 years he has served on the faculties of several universities - and before that, he taught at the elementary school level. Steve currently serves as a member of the Affiliate Faculty in the Organizational Dynamics Program at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania - where he also hosts the ‘Learning Aloud’ podcast.
A true Renaissance-man, Steve is also a singer-songwriter. He’s part of an acoustic band that plays original music he writes, that are born out of stories. For some of his music check out: I See Sylvie Through the Glass, HMS FLIGHT 93, HMS Because You Brought Me Home, Father Daughter Dance.
Today, Steve talks to us about how the world of autonomy, mastery, and purposes has changed and what has remained the same as we move into the world of Tomorrow.