Together with his partner, Alex Cameron runs Socia, a company in the UK that helps collaborative leaders succeed in complex and challenging business environments. Alex’ partner is David Archer, who was my guest in episode 31 of the Collaborative Business Podcast.
In this conversation with Alex we explore what it means for a leader to be a collaborative leader. You will hear Alex make a very clear distinction between teamwork and collaboration. Alex shares a great story with us about London Underground and their MD Mike Brown who understands very well why collaboration was essential to improve the organization and what it takes to be a collaborative leader.
Using this example Alex shares what worked and what did not work for Londen Underground in collaboration and what lessons were learned.
Tune in to this episode with Alex Cameron to learn more about collaborative leadership!
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Previously on The Collaborative Business Podcast:
- CBP-70: The final episode
- CBP-69: Alliances as a force multiplier – with Suniel Mande
- CBP-68: Alliance Networks with Andrew Shipilov
- CBP-67: Alliance Analytics with Bill Davidson
- CBP-66: Alliances in SAS with Pat Finerty