As a leader you head projects, drive new initiatives, and create organizational change.
These are skills you use every day - but how often do you reflect on these practices? How do you know if you are doing a good job, or getting better?
Leadership practices are often based on what worked in the past.
However, evidence indicates that traditional leadership skillsets are failing to keep pace with the rate of change in our environments. To be successful we need to consider a different approach to leadership. We need to lead with tomorrow in mind.
Why you should Attend:
Leadership can be a complicated field which requires you to match your personal experiences with the current thinking of the day. Unfortunately, leadership trends emphasize either fleeting "quick wins" or a repackaged version of what has worked in the past.
What does it mean to be a "good" leader? Often the measuring stick of leadership is delivering results, at any cost. Sinking employee engagement, high burnout, and a hyper-complex world are objective measures that this style of leadership is unstainable.
The practices of good leadership are evolving. Don't limit your career and your health by trying to force fit traditional leadership into today's world. To be successful, you need to lead with tomorrow in mind.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Employee Experience
- Any People Managers
- Project Leaders
- Individuals wanting to Improve their own Leadership Practices
Richard Rittmaster is an accomplished leader with a history of developing talent. Working in talent management and talent strategy, he enjoys process of creating people-centered solutions that advance enterprise business goals. Rittmaster also advises on innovation strategy, learning strategy, change management, and employee experience.
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