A New Kind of Leadership

A recent interview with the nRhythm team

In a survey that just came out through Bloomberg Business week, it was revealed that many people believe we are about to enter into a period called the Great Resignation and that over 41% of people are seriously considering leaving their jobs. But, even before the pandemic, 66% of employees were disengaged at work. 


In this recent interview by Kate Byrne, CEO of Katapult X, Alexandra Groome Klement, Jeff Su, and Tre’ Cates from the nRhythm team talk about the shocking levels of disengagement in our workforce and why we need to shift our approach to how we design our organizations, careers, and leadership to solve it. Watch below.

In this conversation, we discuss: 

  • How we have purposefully designed our organizations to run like machines and what negative impacts are showing up in society because of it. 

  • How we can create workplaces with more heart and spirit

  • The living systems science behind nRhythm’s work  

  • nRhythm’s six guiding Regenerative Design Principles  

  • Why we need a new type of leadership and what it looks like. Watch the video below to hear what Tre’ Cates, nRhythm’s Managing Director, has to say about a new approach to leadership:

Regenerative Leadership Program

This fall, nRhythm is launching a new program to support you in becoming a regenerative leader. If you're curious to further support your growth as a leader, and apply this new approach towards unleashing your organization's regenerative potential.

About the Interview Host:

Kate Byrne is the Editor of WomenAdvancing.org at MediaVillage.com and CEO of KatapultX, the global community platform mobilizing and connecting the people, power, capital and technology, to solve the world’s biggest problems. Previously she was President of SOCAP Global, the purpose-driven platform whose brands SOCAP, Total Impact, SPECTRUM, World Changing Women, and Conscious Company Media unlock capital to move markets. A leader in digital media and social impact for over 25 years, Kate has married her interest in technology and its ability to advance social good and has been recognized as one of the 40 Most Influential People in Media.


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