April 15, 2021

How to lead, care and win with authenticity with Dan Pontefract | Global Thought Leader

How to lead, care and win with authenticity with Dan Pontefract | Global Thought Leader

In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli talks with Dan Pontefract, CEO, and Founder of Pontefract Group and author of four books including his most recent book Lead, Care, Win: How to Become a Leader Who Matters. Dan Pontefract shares his thoughts on how to lead with greater humanity, care, and compassion.


Some highlights:

  • Dan Pontefract on the pandemic as a potential to reset
  • Dan Pontefract shares how crisis can impact leadership values
  • How to increase employee engagement even with remote work
  • Dan Pontefract on the need for greater authenticity and humility in leadership



Also mentioned in this episode:

Eric Yuan, Founder of Zoom


Connect with Dan Pontefract:

Dan Pontefract Official Website

Dan Pontefract on LinkedIn

Lead. Care. Win Book

Dan Pontefract on Twitter: @dpontefract


Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:

MahanTavakoli.com


More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: 

PartneringLeadership.com



Dan Pontefract

CEO, and Founder of Pontefract Group and Author

Dan Pontefract is a leadership strategist, keynote speaker, best-selling author and he founded the Pontefract Group in 2014.

The four books he authored, LEAD. CARE. WIN., OPEN TO THINK, THE PURPOSE EFFECT, and FLAT ARMY, are all critically acclaimed and best-sellers.

His third book, OPEN TO THINK, is the 2019 get Abstract International Book of the Year winner and the 2019 Axiom Business Book Award Silver Medal winner in the Leadership category.

A renowned speaker, Dan has presented at four different TED events and also writes for Forbes and Harvard Business Review. Dan is an adjunct professor at the University of Victoria, Gustavson School of Business, and has garnered more than 20 industry awards over his career.

Previously as Chief Envisioner and Chief Learning Officer at TELUS — a Canadian telecommunications company with revenues of $14 billion and 50,000 global employees—he launched the Transformation Office, the TELUS MBA, and the TELUS Leadership Philosophy, all award-winning initiatives that dramatically helped to increase the company’s employee engagement to record levels of nearly 90%. Prior to TELUS, he held senior roles at SAP, Business Objects, and BCIT.