About this episode
Our goal with our leader chats is to provide our educational leaders with pragmatic input, advice, and direction that adds to their skillset and perspective. It’s fair to say that we nailed it with this episode due to the work of David Noble and Carol Kauffman. Their book, Real Time Leadership is one we highly suggest you look into right away. When you listen to their wise advice, likely you will understand why. One thing that is great about this discussion, is that their leadership expertise in fact does not only pertain to education. Jeff always aims to make sure our content is well-rounded, so as leaders, we are always trying to look beyond our field to learn and grow.
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David Noble is the founder of VIEW Advisors, a consulting firm that works globally with CEOs, their teams, CXOs, Boards of Directors, investors, and star athletes on leadership and strategy.
He also serves as a senior advisor to Egon Zehnder, the Institute of Coaching, and the Oliver Wyman Group and was previously on the management advisory board of TowerBrook Capital Partners, the first B Corp private equity fund. In 2021, David was named by Thinkers 50 as one of the world’s top coaches and is a member of the Marshall Goldsmith MG-100 group of leaders and coaches.
David brings a rare combination of leadership, strategic, and operating lenses to his advisory work based on over three decades of experience as an operating executive and a consultant to senior leaders.
Carol Kauffman is an international leader in the field of coaching, an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, a visiting professor at Henley Business School, and a senior leadership adviser at Egon Zehnder.
At Harvard, she launched the annual Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference, one of the most highly attended events at HMS. Her professional development program, Leader as Coach, won Harvard’s Inaugural Program Award for Culture of Excellence in Mentoring and has been rolled out throughout the United States. She was also the founding editor in chief of Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice, the first peer-reviewed coaching journal published by a major house.