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How will leadership change with technological transformation? What is the best way for leaders to leverage AI? How should data inform hiring decisions? In this episode of thinkPod, we are joined by Daniel Dworkin (principal at Kotter) and Yao Huang (founder and CEO of The Hatchery). We talk to Daniel and Yao about the how leadership has changed with the disruption of AI, the unique skills of a leader and whether that can be easily detected, and whether AI will augment or replace leaders in the future. We also get into using affordable AI as a leadership coach, the delicate balance of nudging employees while also promoting trust, the importance of empathy, and how leadership will change with generational turnover. “You need as a leader to create a sense of urgency around what you're working on and that involves really tapping into not just the business case, the head aspect of the work, but also the heart. What's the emotionally compelling aspect of the innovation opportunity that's in front of you and how do you get people tapped into that so that they can persevere through the setbacks that inevitably come along as you're moving through an innovation?” -Daniel Dworkin “You're seeing things like remote work where you're humans aren't next to you anymore and yet you still need to drive culture, motivate them, keep them working and not quitting every six to 12 months....They're gathering people on iPads and Facetime chats and it takes a leader that can really drive the energy through the screen and motivate them through purpose. And so WHY you're doing this company, whether it's large or small, and what are you making and what does it do for the world and the people around you.” -Yao Huang Connect with thinkLeaders and our panelists: @IBMthinkLeaders @dannydworkin @thehatchery BIOS Daniel Dworkin helps clients unleash their full potential to create value for all stakeholders. He is a Principal at Kotter responsible for leading strategy execution and change initiatives with clients across industries, including aerospace, financial services, healthcare, and technology. Prior to joining Kotter, Daniel was a Partner at Schaffer Consulting where he supported organizations to accelerate progress towards growth and transformation goals. He writes about leadership, innovation, and culture for Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Chief Executive Magazine, among others. Daniel believes in the power of business to elevate humanity. He serves as the Co-Chair of the Board of Conscious Capitalism NYC and is a member of the Advisory Council of the Fund for Public Housing. Yao Huang is a highly entrepreneurial executive who works with businesses and start-ups in many industries with a focus on technology, assisting with revenue and funding. She is the founder of The Hatchery, a venture collaboration organization instrumental in developing the New York technology ecosystem. She leads the Hatchery’s enterprise incubator in New York building products with corporate partners — from ideation, development, sales, funding to exit. The Hatchery looks to change the way companies are built anchoring in customers first. Yao was named by Forbes as one of eleven women at the center of New York’s digital scene, and by Beta Beat as one of 25 Women Driving New York’s Tech Scene. She also traveled with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Indonesia in 2011, as a member of the U.S. State Department Global Entrepreneurship Program Delegation.