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Distributed Leadership with Celine Schillinger

Celine Schillinger is an award-winning French entrepreneur, change practitioner, and consultant. She has over 30 years of field experience, working with both small and global organizations across several continents. 


A solid track record on transformation informs Celine’s vision of change, engagement, and leadership. She’s been a blogger since 2013 and a TEDx speaker, she was knighted by the French government for her workplace change efforts. 


She also has a debut book that has just launched, entitled ‘Dare to Un-Lead: The Art of Relational Leadership in a Fragmented World’, which we have two copies to give away, for free, via the link in the show notes below.


This episode is an incredibly rich conversation about leadership, change and why the management practices from the ear of Taylor and Ford, just don’t cut it in the modern workplace.

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