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Carmen Medina: Rebel at Work Carmen Medina, former Deputy Director for Intelligence Central Intelligence Agency and NSI Advisory Board member, joins Iron Butterfly to discuss her 32 years’ experience in the Intelligence Community. Carmen is the co-author of Rebels At Work: A Handbook for Leading Change from Within and of the landmark piece, Diversity’s New Frontier: Diversity of Thought and the Future of the Workplace. Her story as a change agent at CIA is featured in Wharton School professor Adam Grant’s bestseller Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World.This far ranging conversation hits on a variety of topics including racism, diversity, and inclusion in the Intelligence Community; how to be a leader that breaks the mold; and working in apartheid South Africa. Tune in to to hear her story and tips for excelling in the Intelligence Community and beyond. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 2.7: Failure Stories - Carmen Medina This month, we spoke to Carmen Medina, a career CIA officer, who told us a story of a time in her career when she made a mistake, and felt like she had failed. We talked about lessons she learned from that, and how she recovered.

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Literature discussions and immigrant elementary children with Dr. Carmen Medina &quot;Dr. Baker&quot;:http://web.missouri.edu/bakere/ and Dr. Carmen Medina discuss literature discussions and immigrant elementary children
Carmen Medina Bonus - On Interconnectedness, Failure , Kindness and Optimism This weeks bonus episode we go back to Episode 76 where we interviewed Carmen Medina - the ex-Deputy Director for Intelligence at the CIA.We pick up this episode where I ask Carmen about her perspective on the state of the World today and the direction we are headed. Carmen discusses the web of causality, our interconnectedness and her perspective on communications, and being heard in a polarized environment and she values failure.&nbsp;Carmen is a deeply reflective woman that lives by the principles of playfulness and kindness.&nbsp;I hope you enjoy this short dose of optimism with Carmen Medina.&nbsp; &#10;&nbsp;See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
076: CIA Rebel On Power, Curiosity, Empathy and Trump - Carmen Medina -Part 2 Guest Overview&nbsp;Former CIA Deputy Director of Intelligence, Carmen Medina is a veteran of the Intelligence Community, she is also the author of Rebels at Work: A Handbook for Leading Change from Within.Puerto Rican born, to a fun-loving father and an achievement-driven mother, Carmen excelled through an itinerant childhood to lead school debating teams. Her forensic debating skills and serendipity led her to a University scholarship and ultimately set her on her path to a 32-year career in the CIA.In Part two we discuss her perspective on power, the current state of the world and her hope for the future. We also cover the role of curiosity and creativity in her work at the CIA, applying empathy to be heard by policy and decision-makers in today’s polarized political environment. And finally, we end with her life insights as she answers our quick-fire questions.&nbsp;I hope you enjoy this refreshing and fun episode and learn from the kindness, reflective wisdom, and optimism of Carmen Medina.&nbsp;Thanks to Munish Walther Puri for the connection.&nbsp;What we Discuss&nbsp;&nbsp;The role of curiosity and creativity in her role as an analyst&nbsp;Her curiosity in soft power over hard power&nbsp;Her prediction that peace would happen without violence&nbsp;The brittleness of power&nbsp;The evolution of the CIA’s intelligence on how societies workEmbracing cognitive biasDealing With Trump&nbsp;Her optimism and how reading a book called Complexity changed her perspective&nbsp;Her perspective on the world&nbsp;What if the Romans had discovered the Internet and Electricity?Carmen’s view on talking truth to powerRespecting decision makers cognitive style and personality and providing a broader context so they listen, and in a framework, they appreciate&nbsp;The role of empathy&nbsp;Her Principles&nbsp;Inequality of opportunity&nbsp;Expecting and demanding failure&nbsp;Taking ownership of your impossible&nbsp;&nbsp;Social Links&nbsp;Rebels at WorkLinkedInTwitterLinks In The Show&nbsp;Olive Shriner&nbsp;ArgoZero Dark Thirty&nbsp;Zanu PF&nbsp;Bob Gates&nbsp;Iran US EmbassyComplexity Mitch WalthropBrowser Newsletter&nbsp;See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
075: Carmen Medina - Her Path To A Life In The CIA - Part 1 Guest Overview&nbsp;Carmen Medina is a former CIA Deputy Director of Intelligence. A veteran of the Intelligence Community, she is also the author of Rebels at Work: A Handbook for Leading Change from Within.Puerto Rican born, to a fun-loving father and an achievement-driven mother, Carmen excelled through an itinerant childhood to lead school debating teams. Her forensic debating skills and serendipity led her to a University scholarship and ultimately set her on her path to a 32-year career in the CIA.In Part One Carmen unpacks her chaotic and unsettled upbringing and childhood, the role of her education, how debating helped her develop the skills that served her well over her CIA career.&nbsp;We discuss her experience of interning at the CIA in 1978, a time before desktop computers, operating as a human algorithm, to running the South Africa desk, and leaning into the male-dominated CIA culture to make her voice heard.In Part Two we discuss her perspective on power, the current state of the world and her hope for the future. We also cover the role of curiosity and creativity in her work at the CIA, applying empathy to be heard by policy and decision-makers in today’s polarized political environment.And finally, we end with her life insights as she answers our quick fire questions.&nbsp;I hope you enjoy this refreshing and fun episode and learn from the kindness, reflective wisdom, and optimism of Carmen Medina.&nbsp;What we Discuss&nbsp;The impact of her itinerant upbringing from being an Army child&nbsp;The role her mother played in setting her standards for achievementHow her father made her appreciate the fun in life&nbsp;The role of her grandmother in being a rock of stabilityDeveloping a skill and talent forensic debating at schoolBeing the first in her family to go to college and universityDealing with male prejudice of her father questioning her need to learnHow a serendipitous debating experience led her to secure a scholarship at a Catholic University in Washington DC&nbsp;How she transitioned out of Law to Georgetown for a Masters in Foreign Service&nbsp;Getting accepted as an intern at the CIA&nbsp;Being asked to stay on a full time&nbsp;Starting out as a watch officer before the era of Desktop computers&nbsp;We discuss how her role was pre-internet days she acted as a human algorithm or search engine&nbsp;Her point of view on the veracity CIA based films Argo and Zero Dark ThirtyHow she was promoted to the Africa Division to cover South Africa while apartheid was still in full force.&nbsp;The experience of joining a male-dominated CIA at age 24 and being determined to avoid being pigeonholed as just another token woman.&nbsp;The challenges of conveying an image in the workplace as a woman.&nbsp;The role of curiosity and creativity in her role as an analyst&nbsp;Her curiosity in soft power over hard power&nbsp;Her prediction that peace would happen without violence&nbsp;The brittleness of power&nbsp;The evolution of the CIA’s intelligence on how societies workEmbracing cognitive bias&nbsp;Her optimism and how reading a book called Complexity changed her perspective&nbsp;Her perspective on the world&nbsp;What if the Romans had discovered the Internet and Electricity?Carmen’s view on talking truth to powerRespecting decision makers cognitive style and personality and providing a broader context so they listen, and in a framework, they appreciate&nbsp;The role of empathy&nbsp;Her Principles&nbsp;Inequality of opportunity&nbsp;Expecting and demanding failure&nbsp;Taking ownership of your impossible&nbsp;&nbsp;Social Links&nbsp;See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kodsnack 344 - How to be a successful heretic, with Carmen Medina Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Carmen Medina about affecting change in organizations. Carmen used to work at CIA, and talks about her work there as a heretic, working to affect changes at a theological level. How can you get your ideas implemented without being in a position of power? How can you sneak ideas through side doors? Why might you consider digging into the beaurucratic sides of the organization? And what do tug boat pilots have to do with all this? Finally, we touch a bit on the challenges of promoting diversity and diversity of thought. Does your organization have a working agreement on how to disagree? Thank you Cloudnet for sponsoring our VPS! Comments, questions or tips? We are @kodsnack, @tobiashieta, @iskrig and @bjoreman on Twitter, have a page on Facebook and can be emailed at info@kodsnack.se if you want to write longer. We read everything we receive. If you enjoy Kodsnack we would love a review in iTunes! You can also support the podcast by buying us a coffee (or two!) through Ko-fi. Links Carmen Medina Øredev 2019 Carmen’s Øredev talks: So you want to be a change agent: a survival guideand Diversity of thought: the key to innovattion Puerto Rico South by southwest Rebels at work Adam Grant Titles Puerto Rican by birth and Texan by nationality A big formative influence A veteran of the CIA I was a heretic at CIA How to be a successful heretic Be a good thinker I was arguing theological change What made me try again There is no silver bullet that fits all shoe sizes Befriemd the beaurucratic black belts Tug boat pilots Learn to be a better beaurucrat Make your idea community property Creating a climate where new ideas are always welcome How do we disagree? The nice, orderly process of disagreement
A Rebel at the CIA: An Interview with former DDI Carmen Medina SPY Historian Vince Houghton sat down with Carmen Medina, the CIA’s former Deputy Director of Intelligence and Director of the Center for the Study of Intelligence. She is also the author of Rebels at Work: A Handbook for Leading Change from Within.
On Silence & Broken Leadership with Carmen Medina Actionable insight about how what we know about leadership is wrong, messy processes, and the importance of silence.Carmen Medina spent 32 years at the CIA, but when you meet her you will hardly notice. She is recognized as a national and international expert on intelligence analysis, strategic thinking, diversity of thought, and innovation and intrapreneurs in the public sector. She is the co-author of the book Rebels at Work: A Handbook for Leading Change from Within. Her story as a heretic and change agent at CIA is featured in Wharton School professor Adam Grant's bestseller Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World. Carmen is Puerto Rican by birth and Texan by nationality.   Referenced in this Episode: 

 Rebels at Work: A Handbook for Leading Change from Within by Lois Kelly &amp; Carmen Medina

 Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World by Adam Grant

 It's Time to Fix Our Toxic Notion of What Makes a Good Leader by Nora Bateson
Connect with Carmen Medina: HER WEBSITE / REBELS AT WORK TWITTER / HER TWITTER / FACEBOOK / LINKEDINFor show notes and to learn more about our guests go to podcast.sentendremethod.com  or via Instagram @whatsleadership
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