LEADERSHIP LAG 3D Leader
No-one ever said leadership was simple. But there can be no doubt that currently, a unique set of conditions is adding huge complexity to the role of leading. Rapid technological change, digital disruption and automation are radically altering what organisations do and how they do it. New roles and markets are emerging, while others are disappearing. Coupled with this is the uncertain political and economic backdrop against which organisations must continue to operate.
So what type of leaders are required as we embark on the Fourth Industrial Revolution? What skills are important and how will existing and future leaders acquire them?
This talk will discuss the behaviours and attributes that make up the core components of leadership so that individuals and leaders are able to make decisions on which are the most valued and relevant capabilities to bring out the best in themselves and others.
• Finding the leaders that will take us into the future: What type of leaders do we need, and why do we need to look at leadership more holistically?
• Why we need to talk about leadership?
• What are considered to be critical leadership skill: The skills, capabilities and behaviours that are most prevalent in leaders in the work place.
• Finding the right balance of leadership skills: What combination of skills and capabilities make up the optimum mix for future leaders?
• Facing up to the leadership challenge: Five areas on which organisations should be focusing.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Victoria is the Head of Sales for City and Guilds Group in South East Asia. She leads sales, strategy and business development across ASEAN, Greater China, China, Japan and South Korea. She works with training providers, colleges, universities, employers and governments offering high quality and high impact vocational qualifications, endorsement, consultancy, quality assurance, digitalization and e learning across all key sectors including leadership and management.
Victoria has vast experience in managing and leading teams and contracts in employment, skills, welfare, education and legal services. She takes pride in adding value to her regional consultation process by supporting clients to explore key pain points and skills gaps in their organization to identify the right learning and development solution.