Leading with Style
About This Show
What does it mean to “look like a leader?” Does cultivating your public persona play a defining role in owning your authentic power? How has focusing on one's "beauty" become seen as an artificial endeavor? Join Personal Branding and Identity Specialist Joui Turandot as she and her guests tackle these challenging questions and more, by diving deep into this highly potent and under-explored factor in the discourse on leadership.
Listen in bi-monthly as Joui interviews trailblazers from all walks of life from Activists, Artists, Entrepreneurs and Visionaries on how image has played a key role in discovering their authentic brand as a leader.
Most Recent Episode
Being Unique While Staying Authentic: Interview with Ken Burke, Professor of Film Studies
How do you distinguish yourself in a cluttered world while maintaining substance and honesty? In my fascinating discussion with film studies professor and media producer Ken Burke we examine the interplay between uniqueness and authenticity. “If you are trying to make an impact, what you need is something that really speaks to deep inner emotions,” says Burke. We talk about using any craft, from film to style, to make an impression while staying connected to sincerity. What does it take to find authenticity? Which qualities of your persona do you change to make an impression and which do you maintain? “It’s increasingly hard to sell individual vision,” Burke explains “when the culture is willing to be overwhelmed by pure spectacle of technological abundance.”