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"Effective Leadership Leading People, Teams, and Projects"
The Event is a unique learning platform that is designed to be a profound learning experience that will challenge the longstanding belief, cause you to think critically from the position of self awareness and solidify the value that will be the foundation of your action.
- Host Leadership: Leading as a host,
- Organizational Change Management Lessons Learned
- Building a culture of leadership
Timings9:00 AM - 4:00 PM General Hours
Entry FeesPaid Ticket Starts from 1150 USD View Details
|500 - 1000 |
10 - 50 Exhibitors Estimated Count
Category & TypeConference
Education & Training
Editions11 Feb 2020 1st Edition
Next edition likely in Feb 2021
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|Tue, 11 Feb 12:30 AM - 01:30 AM||Lunch Lunch|
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|Tue, 11 Feb 08:00 AM - 09:00 AM||Registration Registration|
|Tue, 11 Feb 09:00 AM - 10:30 AM||Host Leadership: Leading as a host, not a hero – Dr. Mark Mckergow Session|
#Messilah 1Host Leadership: Leading as a host, not a heroHow to buildengagement and responsiveness using a new (yet ancient) leadership metaphor When we think about leading teams, it’s easy to look toohard at the leader as an individual. What matters more is the relationship between the leader and theteam. Mark McKergow will speak about thenew yet ancient metaphor of leading as a host, not a hero (or indeed aservant). Building on thousands of yearsof host-guest relationships, Mark will share his research into how great hostscan lead, and how leaders can learn to host. Thinking of the team as your guests is a rapid and effective first steptowards engagement and progress. The metaphor of hospitality as leadership is particularlyrelevant in Arabic cultures, where hospitality first emerged in the desertBedouin peoples thousands of years ago. Mark will share a little of how hosting has already played a part in thedevelopment of humanity, and how we need to reclaim and relearn these lessonsin the 21st century. The talk will be full of practical ideas including Mark’smodel of the Six Roles of a host leader, and the four positions for a hostleader to take while they are at work. Acting as a host helps to build relationships and engagement with yourpeople, which in turn is the key to performance and results. Bring along a real-life leadership challengeand Mark will help you expand your thinking about it and build some concretenext steps during the presentation. Bio: Dr Mark McKergow is an international speaker, teacher andauthor. His work in developing SolutionFocused practice for coaches and organisational settings led him to co-authorthe best-selling The Solutions Focus (now in 11languages) as well as helping to found the SOLWorldcommunity and SFCT/ASFiO professional bodies.His latest book is Host: Six new rules roles ofengagement for teams, organisations, communities and movements, theresult of a decade of research into post-heroic leadership. He is based in Edinburgh, Scotland, has beena visiting research fellow at the University of Hertfordshire and plays thesaxophone.
|Tue, 11 Feb 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM||Coffee Break Break|
|Tue, 11 Feb 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM||The Leadership of Change – Peter Gallagher Session|
#Messilah 1The Leadership ofChange 10 Organisational Change Management Lessons Learned We are in the middle of 4IR and change disruption is theorder of the day. Rapidly changing customer buying habits, access to newtechnology, and social media accelerate the way organisations need to adapt tochange to remain competitive or even survive.After delivering change, transformation, business andprocess improvement projects for over thirty years, Peter has identified tenkey challenges organisational leaders face while delivering change. Thiskeynote discusses these key challenges, providing insights and solutions.The keynote covers: Change Definition, Sponsorship, PreviousChange History, Detailed Change Plan, Communication, Readiness, ManagingResistance, Developing New Skills and Behaviours, Adoption, and Sustaining andClosing the change. “To achieve futureorganisational change management success, analyse previous change history tomitigate previous weakness and enhance future success" ~ Peter FGallagher Bio:Peter Gallagher is an organisation change management andimprovement expert, author, speaker, consultant and trusted adviser toC-suites.Peter is a highly accomplished, accredited and skilledglobal strategy implementation executive, with a proven track record oftransforming and improving the world’s largest and most successfulorganisations in over twenty countries. He has Big Four external consulting andinternal consulting experience, has held senior roles in industry and hasboardroom experience as a NED over a thirty-year career.Companies he has worked for include: EY, Shell,NCR and Bombardier Aerospace. His clients include EQUATE, Saudi Aramco, ADNOC,Aegon, Lloyds, Boeing and Rolls Royce. He is the author of The Leadership ofChange Volumes 1 – 3: Change Management Fables, Change Management Pocket Guideand Change Management Handbook.
|Tue, 11 Feb 01:30 PM - 03:00 PM||Building a Culture of Leadership – Joseph F. Paris Jr Session|
#Messilah 1State ofReadinessThe Organization:The competitive advantage of the 20th Century company went to thecompanies who had a command of process excellence. But the enemy of the 21stCentury company is time. We live in a world of disruption – whether technology,competition, globalization, and geopolitical – that is occurring at anaccelerated pace from just a few years ago. It will not be the company facingdisruption or causing disruption that will prevail, but rather the company thatis in the better state of readiness that will prevail - the one that canincreasingly see the opportunities and threats further beyond the horizon andcan devise and deploy decisive responses more quickly. To win, we need tounderstand what our existing capacities and capabilities are (and where welack), and we have to continually hone our ability to engage such that successis as pre-ordained as is possible.In this session, we will explorethe importance and construct of an organization that is nimble, understands itscapacity and capabilities - as well as its weaknesses and limitations - and isproficient in accelerating the decision-making process and reacting to changesin circumstances as being the strategic advantage.The Leadership:The Captain of the ship is responsible for getting the ship and allsouls aboard safely from where it is to where its destination. And the Ship'sCrew are responsible for successfully executing their duties from within theirfunctional smokestacks. But the Ship’s Steward is the advocate of the ship -ensuring that the efforts of the crew are aligned to the successful completionof the journey and the Captain understands and commits to the needs of the Crewfor achieving that success. Similarly, the role of the Steward of a program is to be anadvocate for the Operational Excellence or Continuous Improvement program -ensuring alignment and commitment achieved and maintained and thatcommunication protocols ensure this is sustained. In this session, you willlearn; · The roles andresponsibilities of the Ship's Captain (the Executive Leadership) and that ofthe Crew (the Departmental Leadership and Practitioners) · The roles,responsibilities, and benefits of stewardship as advocate of a program · The importance andconstruct of effective communication protocolsBio:Joseph F. Paris Jr. is a recognized thought leader onoperational excellence; an international entrepreneur; a prolific writer; and asought-after strategist, consultant, and speaker with engagements around theworld. His book, “State of Readiness” (May 2017) has been well received andendorsed by business leaders from highly respected companies – with operationsaround the world and across industries – and promises to be a definitive workon the field of Operational Excellence.With over 30 years of experience in international businessand operations, he is routinely called upon to offer guidance to C-suite andsenior executives and business-operations and -improvement specialists who wishto improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of their organizations. Heis highly valued for his ability to provide strategic insight and tacticalanalysis—and to convert these thoughts into reality by successful engagementand execution.
|Tue, 11 Feb 03:00 PM - 03:15 PM||Coffee Break Break|
|Tue, 11 Feb 03:15 PM - 04:00 PM||Panel Discussion Session|
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