Ushering Leadership Development into the 21st Century

In our increasingly complex and disruptive world, we need to be able to adapt and navigate the waters of adaptive change. This means we need to rethink how we define and develop leaders.

Brené Brown recently completed a 7-year study of leadership and organizational culture. She asked over 150 global C-suite leaders what needs to change for leaders to be successful in a complex, rapidly changing environment. The one common answer was: We need braver leaders and more courageous cultures.

This white paper redefines how we look at leadership and offers insight for what it actually takes to develop EVERYONE to show up as a brave leader and how to leverage that to create more courageous workplaces.

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Watch our Webinar! 5 Key Rehumanizing Principles to Transform Your Workplace

Our world is rapidly changing and becoming increasingly complex. There is an acronym used to describe this reality that originated from the U.S. Army War College more than 2 decades ago and, in recent years, has become widely used in the business world. VUCA - volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. In a VUCA world, the rules of business need to evolve; psychological safety is easily disrupted, inherently triggering people to operate from a place of scarcity and self-protection rather than from openness and collaboration. Unfortunately, stuck businesses neglect to acknowledge this new disruptive reality and have become increasingly dehumanized, making workplaces the 5th leading cause of death in the United States and accounting for 8 percent of our healthcare spend.

Quite simply, organizations that can’t adapt to the demands of the world today and tomorrow will become obsolete. The antidote is to leverage 5 key principles that rehumanize our workplaces and communities. In this webinar, Dr. Rosie Ward previews her new book with Dr. Jon Robison, Rehumanizing the Workplace (published by Conscious Capitalism Press) by exploring the 5 key principles that are universally at play for more flourishing workplaces and communities.

 

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Watch our Webinar! Leverage Your Untapped Resources to Transform Your Culture

Traditional learning has focused on managers and content experts as the primary source of learning for employees. When asked, however, employees are more than twice as likely to report that they learn more from their peers than their managers. Furthermore, 90% of employees reported they would happily coach a colleague if asked. Peer coaching is transformational, builds new channels for career development, and fosters connections among employees. Join us for this insightful webinar with special guest, Brandon Peele, Market Evangelist for Imperative. Learn what peer coaching is, why it is effective for creating a cultural transformation, and how you can implement peer coaching within your organization

About Brandon Peele:
Brandon serves as the Market Evangelist for Imperative, a company dedicated to connect people to purpose on a massive scale. He serves clients who want to exceed their business and talent development goals. He also writes books and gives keynotes. Brandon has had the pleasure to serve moms, dads, students and retirees, as well as professionals and executive teams from successful companies like Tesla, The Smithsonian, Apple, the EPA and Google, awaken their purpose-driven leadership and create profitable high-impact businesses.

He also serves organizations like Johnson & Johnson, Illumina, the United States Marine Corps, Morgan Stanley, prAna, Dr. Hops Kombucha and AnnMarie Skincare, and leads purpose work at events and conferences like the Purpose Summit, Wonder Women in Tech, Global Purpose Day, and the Greenerminds Summit. Occasionally, he teaches courses and lectures at places like Stanford University, the University of California, Columbia Business School, Northern Arizona University, The Institute of Noetic Sciences and the California College of the Arts.

Prior to discovering his purpose - creating a planet on purpose - Brandon built teams and led projects for a number of successful social enterprises, start-ups and Fortune 500 Companies, such as Merrill Lynch & Co., Autodesk, Bebo/Aol., Crackle/Sony, Intertainer and SunTechnics. He’s passionate about the broader purpose movement and serves on the Council of the Global Purpose Leaders and collaborates with the Global Purpose Movement.