Mon Mar 14 PDT (in about 2 months)
In your timezone (EST): Mon Mar 14 11:00am - Mon Mar 14 11:45am
The world has changed and is changing ever faster. New generations expect the organisations they work for and with, and buy from, to have a purpose and possess a moral compass. And yes, even work for the greater good! Leaders can make new commitments, organisations can adjust their marketing and advertising, but real change and transformation must start within the individual before it can transfer to organisations and society, authentically. As Tolstoy wrote, “Everyone wants to change the world, but no one wants to change himself [herself]”. The traditional leadership we see in typical hierarchical organisations have a short shelf life remaining. Increasing complexity in our societal expectations, fast changing technology and the climate crisis all demand a leadership approach that is more decentralised and distributed, more inclusive yet emergent. More values based! This requires leaders that have reached a higher level of human development. How do we do that? It requires leaders, especially the next generation of top leaders, to become more self aware, more emotionally intelligent, and able to bring their values to full consciousness in all they do. This journey is often counter-intuitive and requires leaders to overcome those strong human defaults that were ingrained in our DNA way back in the stone age. This webinar will provide some insights into how this can be achieved.
Chairman, LeaderShape Global