cultures where participants takepersonal responsibility to act for the integrity and success of the organization).
Public conversation about inequityGlobal movement (globe)Interconnected perspective (social, economic environmental)Millennials have stepped into their leadership (pic)Honoring of process expertise Teachable moment about the “how” versus the “what”
profoundimpact that context and situational influence have on our behavior.
And to wrap up today– I’d like to point to the Harvard Business Review…and a recent HBR article titled Why Sustainability is the Key Driver of Innovation.The piece was written by the great business strategist and author, C.K. Pra-ha(accent)-lad — who sadly died last week. He argued thatthe current economic system has placed enormous pressures on our planet while catering to the needs of only about a quarter of the ppl in the world. That traditional approaches to business will collapse, and companies will have to develop innovative solutions”He said – “This will happen only when executives recognize a simple truth – Sustainability = Innovation”.I’d like to end there. We look forward to having you at our next Leader Lens on May 26 with David McConville.Thanks for joining us – and I’ll turn this back to Michael Tirrell
MICHAEL….AW – move to next slide when he introduces me
What are thecharacteristics ofthis style ofleadership?
characteristics• Horizontal leadership (vs. vertical)• Leaderful• Consensus driven• High value placed on process• Diverse & divergent voices• Technologically savvy• Globally networked
What tips would yougive leaders whowant to drive changewithin complexity?
• Article: Occupying, Organizing and the Movements That Demand Both, by Rinku Sen• Get skilled at process: people want the process itself to be as dynamic as the result itself• Be adept at diagnosing the problem: this will guide your choice of tools
David Snowden & Mary Boone, HBR, A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making