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21st Century Leadership…

Most Management styles are now officially obsolete…

In reality, they were 15 years ago but most companies simply stumbled on with Baby Boomer strategies implemented by bewildered Generation X managers…

In order to thrive, we have to change…

Remember the “good old days” when people did what they were told, were grateful for work, and never asked for pay rises…?

Well, they weren’t that good, but they sure are old…

In business, there has been a perfect storm of change affecting the landscape;

  1. Covid 19 – expectations of the work from home, and the Great Resignation…
  2. Millennial Generation – post-industrial age, technology-driven, and renewable focussed…
  3.  Skills valued higher than Education…
  4. Outputs being measured rather than inputs…

People are chasing freedom, flexibility, independence, and choice over their career – in fact, the word “career” is becoming completely misunderstood by employers now too…

Whilst technology may be replacing skills and jobs, fundamentally, most companies need people to deliver the value proposition to their clients, stakeholders, and shareholders – and their ability to have access to the brightest and best will increasingly define their levels of success…

If you think the best person for the “job” just happens to be living within 5 miles of your office, then you are deluded…

The new generation thinks differently, wants different, and expects different – as business leaders and employers we have to be aware and in sympathy with their expectations…

David is a motivating and engaging speaker who presents his material in a simple and entertaining manner with the confidence and belief that his years of experience, expertise, and results bring.
The audience is involved throughout, fully immersed in every session. A great learning experience, tremendous value for money, and lots of fun.
I would encourage anyone trying to grow and improve their business to get along to one of David’s workshops.
I’ll certainly be booking some more.
Richard Brewin UK – Accounting

The new generation treats the prospect of a 2,000-hour pa, 40-year job as a toxic relic to be avoided – and yet our organisations still build their hopes around retention targets and measuring inputs of time rather than outputs of value.

How we anticipate and respond to the landscape will define our levels of success, growth, and achievement.

For sure – we can’t ignore it – it’s here it’s happened…

So what can be done…?

In this 1 hr Bite-Size Workshop, David will discuss the following principles and how business owners and leaders can take their organisations into the brave new world…

  1. Tactical vs Strategic Leadership…
  2. The Four Day Week – is it real or just hype…?
  3. Reinventing Organisations – is Teal right for you…?
  4. Leadership vs Management – what works and what doesn’t…
  5. Making the choice and making the change…

This may be uncomfortable and challenging for many people – especially those born before 1975, who crave the safety, security, and predictability of the Industrial Age hierarchy – but only those companies that recognise and embrace the discomfort of the new will survive to see it…

So join me and get uncomfortable with a range of new ideas, contemporary concepts, and strategies that will enable you to future proof your company, and enable it to not only survive but thrive in this brave new world…

Based on the work of Frederic Laloux, Karl Popper, and Andrew Barnes along with contemporary experience gained from working with the global client network of RROK – this Bite-Size Workshop will introduce you to the tactics and strategies you need to stay relevant in a changing world…

The Workshop is FREE to attend and will be delivered via ZOOM – simply register your place and the ZOOM link will be sent out to you closer to the event…

Look forward to seeing you there.

Best Regards

David

Date

Nov 22 2021

Time

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Cost

FREE
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