In today’s episode, Anil and Ashish sit down with Amy Elizabeth Fox, a person who played a huge role in Ashish’s own transformation.

Amy Elizabeth Fox is the co-founder and CEO of Mobius Executive Leadership, a premier firm specializing in transformational leadership. They offer immersive executive development services like experiential leadership sessions, coaching, and retreats. With two decades of experience, she has guided senior leaders from various sectors, including CEOs and Board Chairs of Footsie 100 companies and Fortune 500 team members. She’s a pioneer in integrating trauma literacy into vertical leadership development and founded the Next Practice Institute to elevate industry standards.

Since 2007, she has been a senior consultant at McKinsey & Company. Starting Fall 2023, she’ll be part of the faculty at the University of Chicago’s Leadership In Society program and the African Leadership Institute’s Tutu Fellows program. In 2024, she’ll co-lead a global certificate program for trauma informed consultants and coaches with Thomas Huebl.

Throughout the episode, Amy sheds light on the importance of trauma healing for leaders, and how it can unlock their true leadership potential and bring about positive transformation. 

She shares insightful stories and examples, helping us understand that trauma is not limited to extreme experiences, but rather it encompasses various events that overwhelm us emotionally and linger in our lives.

She also talks about the connection between inner health and leadership, understanding how trauma affects our behaviors, decisions, and relationships in the organizational setting. Amy urges leaders to embark on their healing journey and foster a culture that encourages open dialogue and vulnerability, allowing employees to grow and thrive together.

Listen now and be inspired to embark on your own path of transformation!

What You’ll Learn in this Show:


@MyHappinessSquad Instagram

Ashish Kothari LinkedIn

Anil Ramjiani LinkedIn

Happiness Squad Youtube Channel


Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds 

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