The 21st Century Leader: A Data-Driven Approach to Understanding What Society Expects from Leadership
The command and control world of the 20th century has given way to a social, open, and interdependent marketplace in which leaders achieve high performance results by also being selfless, expressive, and humble. A new breed of leader, documented in the New York Times best seller The Athena Doctrine, has emerged and is thriving in an era of fierce competition by bringing the best of what both men and women offer into their leadership style.
Through groundbreaking empirical research with 64,000 people in 13 countries and interviews with more than 100 cutting-edge leaders in business, technology, politics, sciences, and the arts, John Gerzema and team reveal how adaptive leadership requires skills traditionally thought of as “soft” or “feminine”. In his webinar, John will discuss how these “Athena” skills and competencies, such as empathy, collaboration, and communication, now drive tangible business outcomes and give organizations a competitive advantage.
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Aug 20, 12:00 AM UTC | Online