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Changed Thinking Before Change
How will you survive in the next 10 years? Past success does not always translate into future success. In today’s ever-changing world of complexity, keeping up with the rate of change is challenging.
This presentation and set of workshops are aimed at creating a platform for change, thus “Changed Thinking Before Change!” Through well researched case studies and industry examples, these presentations/workshops are educational and thought provoking addressing the following key questions:
- What is changing and how will that impact you?
- What needs to change and who needs to change at your end?
- What is the significance for sustainability and growth of your business?
- What are the consequences of not adapting to change?
- What is the urgency?
Leading and Competing into the Future - What’s Your Strategy?
Why do some organizations scale while others fail? In today’s marketplace, opportunities abound. They always have and will into the future. Yet many of today’s successful business will not survive into the future but why? What role does leadership play and what differentiates the winners from the rest?
In this presentation and set of workshops, discussion revolves around the role of leadership in shaping the future for your business within this fast-paced globalized economy, where constant change and disruptions define the standards. The significance of leadership growth for the future of your organizational success, especially the C-suite executives, is also discussed highlighting the following key points:
What is a Business Strategy?
- Defining a framework within this globalized economy of evolving technologies and disruptive trends
- Distinguishing between the traditional approach and what’s needed in today’s ever-changing business environment
- Understanding the CEO’s role in Business Model Reinvention
- Building a Strong Top Team
- Building a Healthy Organization
Is collaboration necessary for the success of the organization? According to Robert Hargrove’s book, Mastering the Art of Creative Collaboration, he noted that “In (the) future the source of human achievement will not be extraordinary individuals, but (an) extraordinary combination of people.” This notion is further supported with a study by Dr. Robert Kelly of Carnegie-Mellon University, yet most organizations are far from being collaborative. Operational silos, ego clashes, etc. are common in many organizations impeding decisions and progress.
Within this presentation and set of workshops, leadership shifts necessary to survive, thrive and collaborate into the future are discussed. The study of highly effective leaders and executives in the business world indicate certain characteristics associated with an alpha male/female style. Described by an HBR article as highly intelligent, confident and successful, discussion includes how to work or collaborate with such alpha leaders.
- Self awareness of responses to various situations
- Individual behaviors within team settings and how they impact decision making and organizational performance
- Awareness on leadership and management styles including your perception vs. the perception of others
- Shifting behaviors to foster collaborations, a starting point for leadership growth
Included within this workshop is a behavior and motivators assessment for each participant along with a confidential two (2) hour one-on-one debriefing session to review individual assessment results.
Organizations Stop Growing When Leaders Stop Growing
In today’s ever-changing world of complexity, true competitiveness for any organization lies in its ability to remain relevant and ahead of change. To do so requires becoming a “learning organization” that is able to reinvent itself on an on-going basis. And learning start at the top.
This presentation or set of workshops will be further illustrated with specific case studies as to why some businesses scale while others fail and what role leadership plays. The objectives will be to:
- Identify leadership’s role helping to distinguish between tactical/task and strategic
- Create clarity on where they and their organization need to grow to remain relevant into the future
- Develop self-awareness about their leadership/management style and how their own biases, filters and behaviors impact decisions and organizational growth