They are enabling and know how to build relationships and create a network that supports each other on common goals. They are architects and know that operations are just as important as strategy. Companies are moving toward positive psychology in their practices, catching people doing things right, instead of the traditional leader that uses poor feedback and a tightly controlled or punitive environment. The work of the future means that people have more choice to work on projects, they are not as concerned with titles and are learning new skills and working in different teams throughout the day.
Explore how businesses move too fast for the old style of leadership and management.
Learn why companies need people who can think and solve problems in new ways.
Discover the steps you can take to balance freedom and control and get the best out of your team!
Who should attend?Industrial leaders including C-Suite executives, Plant Managers, frontline organizers, and engineers.
At Harvard, she managed a Gates Foundation grant of $3.5 million with the Change Leadership Group, managed programs for university leaders, and supported projects at the Kennedy School of Government. Genet is the first American teacher to be awarded the prestigious Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Distinguished Academic Performance for her work in developing young managers in the United Arab Emirates. Genet serves as a Research Associate at Harvard Business School where she supports faculty in researching global entrepreneurship and innovation.
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