Cranfied School of Management and British Council
With Alexander MacKenzie, Cranfield Associate, Centre for Customised Executive Development, Cranfield School of Management
A Taster Event as part of the Fearless Leadership Executive Development Course at Cranfield School of Management and part of the British Council 'Knowledge is GREAT' Lecture Series
ABOUT THE EVENT:
FEARLESS LEADERSHIP: CHANGING YOUR LEADERSHIP MINDSET
Business leaders are recovering from a series of world-changing events that few saw coming. These changes are forcing leaders to rethink and reinvent how an organisation achieves its purpose.
Responding to new challenges and opportunities requires leadership which is marked by powerful cross-functional collaboration where people at all levels genuinely assume personal responsibility for a collective output.
Rather than changing the leaders, we argue that organisations should invest in doing their leadership differently.
A mindset shift from leader-driven change to leadership-enabled change lies is at the core of our approach. This means naming and addressing the intractable, messy problems and starting with them...and not with the leaders.
It’s an approach that has been informed and honed by interviewing senior executives from a range of organisations actively involved in dealing with complex and uncertain problems.
Fearless Leadership is at the heart of this approach. Designed for leaders who want to lead on transformation from the inside out,
it works with emotional transparency in balance with courageous action and anchoring personal values to organisational goals. Working with real time leadership issues as core content, delegates are expected to show up authentically and to challenge and radically support one another in an open and conscientious way.
Fearless Leadership is not for the faint hearted.
This taster event will held on Friday 17 November 2017. Registration will commence at 6.30pm.
Venue: Level 3, British Council, 30 Napier Road. Singapore 258509
Time: 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Pre-booking is essential and places are limited.
Please note: Timings may vary.
All registrations are subject to availability. We reserve the right to limit and/or refuse registration without assigning any reason. We will confirm all valid registrations with a reminder email. If you do not receive a reminder email but have a valid registration please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for confirmation before arriving at the venue.
ABOUT ALEXANDER MACKENZIE:
Alexander MacKenzie, Cranfield Associate
Alexander has been a leading pioneer in working with the arts in business for over 25 years. He is a director of two open learning programmes within Praxis and co facilitates on a number of programmes for CCED where he has been working as an associate for over 12 years.
He is particularly recognised for his work in the use of storytelling as a tool for learning and development in organizations. Alexander combines his early careers in education and social work with his business consultancy learning and has created a dynamic experiential approach within the world of corporate leadership development. His seminal approach to combining the creative and strategic orientation of left and right brain preference within the context of personal development has been widely adopted and promulgated internationally.