Forgiveness as a business leader

Season 1, Ep. 7

Welcome to New Rules: the podcast about how leaders, entrepreneurs and businesses must change, break and re-write the rules to innovate in our ever-changing and complex world. Host, Ruth Cooper-Dickson (Positive Psychology Practitioner) will be joined by a guest who is a leader and respected expert in their own industry having a real honest conversation about their experiences of innovating their business through the lens of a positive psychology theme.  

Our last episode of the season had to finish on a deep topic and the wonderful David McQueen and I go there with the concept of forgiveness. David literally has the best energy of any human I know, and the conversation is unstoppable (by his own confession he is an open book!). David is a leading executive coach, facilitator and speaker. He is the co-founder of Q Squared, a leadership development company and the host of the Leadership Decoded podcast. David brings a refreshing insight of adopting forgiveness in the workplace, especially in leadership. Brutally honest about how he needs to forgive himself before sitting and listening to others with empathy, and how he has reconciled sharing his business knowledge with the wider public whilst simultaneously building his highly successful family firm. 

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