Adaptive Leadership and AI Ethics with Marisa Zalabak
MAR 10
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In this interview, Thom Singer sits down with a very interesting guest who is an expert in Adaptive Leadership and AI Ethics. Marisa Zalabak has an eclectic background hand a deep curiosity for learning. They discuss emotional intelligence, organizational justice, character, sustainability, and a whirlwind of other topics. 

About Marisa Zalabak

Marisa Zalabak, founder of Open Channel Culture, coaching and consulting for Adaptive Leadership and Organizational Culture, focusing on human potential, essential skills and sustainable practices for the emerging future.

Marisa currently serves as a co-chair of a committee expanding global AI Ethics education with IEEE.org, the world’s largest professional organization advancing technology for humanity. She is a contributing author of IEEE’s recommended standards for the ethical design of artificial intelligence as well as co-author of proposed approaches for transdisciplinary collaboration in the development and mobilization of AI.

Marisa is a member of MIT’s U.Lab with the Presencing Institute; co-creative innovation labs building capacity in programs and action research worldwide to support and scale societal innovation. She also serves on global leadership teams in business, education and society such as: Million Peacemakers-developing a global youth peacemaking initiative and Women4Solutions-1,000+ executives and entrepreneurs in 30+ countries building inclusive businesses aligned with sustainable development goals. 

Marisa serves as a signatory with The Knowledge Pledge- dedicated to connecting global experts with high potential social entrepreneurs to share knowledge, co-create solutions, and scale impact. In addition, she has served as an advisor for multiple restorative/social justice initiatives (e.g. Anti-Violence Project, Vera Institute for Arts & Politics). 

As an Educational Psychologist and researcher, TEDx & keynote speaker with expertise in Social-Emotional & Creative Intelligences and Organizational Culture, she has implemented programs and trained thousands of educational leaders fostering creativity and humanity in education.

Marisa's career has been interdisciplinary, working across a wide range of fields and sectors; performing arts, television, business, education, psychology, research, restorative justice, social equity, leadership development, organizational culture, public speaking and AI ethics. 

A dedicated optimist, Marisa is deeply committed to supporting responsible leadership, healthy partnership with advanced technologies for regenerative futures with lasting legacy.

Website:www.openchannelculture.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marisazalabak/

https://thomsinger.com/podcast/adaptive-leadership 

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