This is one of the most enjoyable conversations I’ve had on the podcast.
I learned new ways of thinking about group flow states, elite performance, and deliberately practicing in teams.
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- 3:30 Two big misunderstandings people have about jazz
- 8:00 Why is jazz a more useful metaphor for leadership than orchestra or opera?
- 22:00 The rhythm section exemplifies shared leadership
- 26:00 From “that’s not my role” to using signals to help each other out
- 32:00 Constant feedback helps you perform at a high level
- 36:30 Ensemble mindset, “big ears”, and three ways to listen
- 43:00 Group flow states and grooving to the music
- 55:00 Developing excellence by practicing “in the shed”
- 1:00:30 Trading silos for shared purpose so you hum as a team
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