Free Webinar: Leadership 3.0: Re-thinking Leadership Development for Yourself and Your Organization

Free Webinar:Leadership 3.0: Re-thinking Leadership Development for Yourself and Your Organization 21 October 9.00am – 10.00am NZDT  In a fast-paced, ever-changing, more diverse global work environment, traditional leadership development programs are no longer very effective.  Organizations have changed, the business climate has changed, learners have changed, and the needs of leaders have changed.  Today, a more integrated and experiential approach to leadership development is required. In this webinar we will provide insights on how to leverage technology in a leadership development program.  We will show you how to create a community of learning and how participants can sustain their momentum once the program is completed.  Keeping pace with new learning methodologies and systems is critical to your staff’s and organization’s success. In this webinar we will: 1.       Evaluate your current leadership development program against five criteria2.       Discuss the key shifts required to respond to the current needs of leaders3.       Identify what the ‘3.0 learner’ wants from your organization and its leadership programs4.       Create a plan of next steps for yourself, your team or your organization Join us for this free webinar and learn what you can do to re-think what the leadership development process means – for yourself as well as for your teams and organization as a whole.  To sign up go to About the Facilitator:Athena Williams-Atwood, Managing Director of Amplify Leadership Ltd, brings passion and commitment to leadership development with over 18 years experience across diverse fields including financial services, high-tech, government, law and non-profit.  Her clients include professionals at Adobe, Agilent, Amdahl, AMP, Bank of America, Bayer Healthcare AG, Chordiant, Cisco, eBay, Fujitsu, HP, Microsoft, NASA,  PricewaterhouseCoopers, PowerTV, Scientific Atlanta, Siemens, Stanford University, State Farm Insurance, State of Texas Comptroller, Sun Microsystems, Wells Fargo Bank,  and several  small to mid-sized companies.

Expires: 2020-05-21 10:56:14 +00:00