Confronting Our Freedom: Leading a Culture of Chosen Accountability and Belonging
- 5h 11m 22s
- Peter Block, Peter Koestenbaum
- Gildan Media
In Confronting Our Freedom, a team of dedicated leadership coaches delivers an exciting and engaging new take on management and leadership. Drawing on recent events in the market and in the world, including the Great Resignation, the COVID-19 pandemic, and widespread digital transformation, the authors invite you to reimagine ideas of freedom and accountability in the context of work. You’ll explore how freedom of action―for managers and employees―is what gives rise to true accountability, both in the community and in the workplace.
In the book, you’ll also find:
- Discussions of the power and structure of freedom, including its implications for our own choices and lives
- Ways to shift the focus of your leadership and management to accountability and freedom
- Strategies for shifting the illusion of clear roles and expectations to one compatible with fully human organizations
A groundbreaking and incisive approach to managing and leading others in virtual, hybrid, and in-person settings, Confronting Our Freedom will be an eye opener for managers, executives, and other business leaders seeking to improve their ability to inspire others to their fullest potential.
About the Author
PETER BLOCK is a writer and consultant working in the areas of chosen accountability, the reconciliation of community, and restoring the common good. He is the author of nine books, including the bestselling Flawless Consulting, Stewardship, and Community: The Structure of Belonging.
PETER KOESTENBAUM is a renowned existential philosopher and the founder and chairman of Philosophy in Business and the Koestenbaum Institute. After a career in academia, he worked as a business consultant and leadership coach for major companies around the world, including Ford, IBM, Novartis, Citibank, Volvo, Amoco, and more. His most recent book-length work includes The Heart of Business: Ethics, Power, and Philosophy and Leadership: The Inner Side of Greatness.
In this Audiobook
Prologue: Then Was the Moment
Introduction: The Philosophic Insight
Chapter 1 - The Power and Structure of Freedom
Chapter 2 - The Potential of Anxiety
Chapter 3 - Speaking of Death and Evil
Chapter 4 - Fully Human Organizations
Epilogue: Final Words from the Philosopher