Benjamin Franklin famously suggested that there is nothing sure other than death and taxes. This was updated last century to include ‘change’ and it’s now time to add the fourth to the list – a creeping sense of being an impostor in your own role.
The pace of change in today’s workplace is creating a new dynamic of risks for leaders. 75% of companies on the S & P 500 index by 2020 havent been founded yet. The emergence of artificial intelligence, automation, augmented reality, increasing customer experience needs and up to 5 generations in a workforce contribute to a landscape that is challenging current leadership capabilities & experiences. For current and aspiring leaders it is imperative to navigate the elements that can diminish achievement and cloud professional judgment.
Join Dr Terri Simpkin, expert in contemporary and emerging leadership paradigms, as she reveals and discusses the suite of elements that, without immediate consideration and action, will weaken leadership capacity and diminish business success.
Death of certainty
Taxes of discontent
War for talent
Famine of personal leadership confidence
The session is interactive and explores why leaders must increasingly identify and assess external environmental impacts on the workforce and future leadership profile needs. Leaders must also increasingly recognise and overcome personal challenges to confidence and capability as a leader of others where teams are increasingly working with robots and artificial intelligence.
Who should attend?
C-Level Directors, Business Leaders, HR Directors, People Managers, Change Leaders, Senior HR Managers, OD Practitioners and Leadership Development Specialists.
|When:||Fri 7th Dec 2018 | 9:00am - 1:00pm|
|Where:||Central Court, London|
|Speaker:||Robin Kermode, Executive Coach, Communication and Presentations|