Alexis Monville (en)

Tag: leadership

  • Revisiting ‘Good Strategy Bad Strategy’

    Revisiting ‘Good Strategy Bad Strategy’

    In my latest reading journey, I revisited a cornerstone of strategic thinking, “Good Strategy Bad Strategy” by Richard Rumelt. This masterpiece, which I’ve always held in high regard for its insightful analysis and practical advice, struck a new chord with me, illuminating facets of strategy with even greater clarity. My return to Rumelt’s wisdom was…

  • Redefining Growth: Pearlside’s Vision Beyond Numbers

    Redefining Growth: Pearlside’s Vision Beyond Numbers

    To redefine leadership and organizational growth, looking beyond conventional metrics is essential. Recently, while discussing Pearlside‘s value proposition, I encountered a thought-provoking question regarding our milestones for growth at different scales – 50, 500, and 5,000 people. This moment of surprise sparked a deeper reflection on my true aspirations for growth and impact, leading me…

  • The Art of Thinking: 25 Insights into Human Misjudgment from Charlie Munger

    The Art of Thinking: 25 Insights into Human Misjudgment from Charlie Munger

    In “Poor Charlie’s Almanack,” Charlie Munger analyzes the psychological factors that lead to poor decision-making. Known as the 25 standard causes of human misjudgment, these principles provide invaluable insights into why people think and act the way they do. As a leadership coach, understanding these causes can be transformative in guiding teams and individuals toward…

  • Navigating the Evolution of Cloud Infrastructure: Insights from Michael Galloway

    Navigating the Evolution of Cloud Infrastructure: Insights from Michael Galloway

    In this enlightening episode of “Le Podcast on Emerging Leadership,” we dive into the dynamic world of cloud infrastructure with Michael, a seasoned tech industry expert. With over 20 years of experience, including significant roles at Yahoo, Netflix, and now HashiCorp, Michael offers a rich perspective on the evolution of technology and leadership. Michael’s journey…

  • Beyond Top Ten: My Essential Non-Fiction Reads for Leadership and Personal Growth

    Beyond Top Ten: My Essential Non-Fiction Reads for Leadership and Personal Growth

    A few months ago, Kevin Fishner presented me with an intriguing challenge: to list my top non-fiction books. As simple as it sounds, this task quickly unfolded into a reflective journey through the pages that have shaped my understanding of leadership, personal growth, and organizational development. But how does one confine such a wealth of…

  • The Conductor’s Magic Wand: Transforming Leadership with Noah Max

    The Conductor’s Magic Wand: Transforming Leadership with Noah Max

    In the latest episode of Le Podcast on Emerging Leadership, I had the pleasure of hosting Noah Max, a visionary in the realm of classical music. Noah, a composer and conductor, shares his profound insights on leadership within the creative arts. 🔹 Creative Leadership: Noah describes his role as a composer akin to being a…

  • Ioanna Mantzouridou on Revolutionizing Leadership with AI

    Ioanna Mantzouridou on Revolutionizing Leadership with AI

    In our latest episode of Le Podcast on Emerging Leadership, I am honored to feature Ioanna Mantzouridou, Co-founder & CEO of Dextego. Join us as we delve into Ioanna’s inspiring journey from her roots in HR to leading an innovative AI coaching platform. Key Highlights of the Episode: Don’t miss this episode if you’re interested…

  • Pivoting Forward: The Birth of Our Vision

    Pivoting Forward: The Birth of Our Vision

    By Alexis Monville & Jeremie Benazra “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.” This ancient wisdom resonates deeply through the cycles of life, reminding us how impactful the understanding and embracing of endings is to welcome new chapters truly. So, what does it take to pause and reflect meaningfully at the closing of…

  • The Essence of Leadership: Insights from Agile Tour Bordeaux

    The Essence of Leadership: Insights from Agile Tour Bordeaux

    At the recent Agile Tour Bordeaux conference, attendees had a unique opportunity on Friday afternoon: a segment dedicated solely to exploring ideas through open space technology. Within this dynamic framework, I had the privilege of conducting a workshop that probed the nature of leadership. The high participation and engagement from attendees made this discussion exceptionally…

  • Navigating the Human Side of Remote Work with Lisette Sutherland

    Navigating the Human Side of Remote Work with Lisette Sutherland

    Lisette Sutherland is an expert in remote collaboration, not just remote work. With a rich international background, Lisette brings a unique blend of experiences to the table. She’s lived in Germany, the United States, and now calls the Netherlands home. Lisette is also the host of the Collaboration Superpowers podcast, where she explores the nuances…