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Leadership: Past, Present, and Future

Leadership: Past, Present, and Future
Where is leadership headed as we move into the next decade and beyond?  That’s one of the questions that best selling business author Ken Blanchard will answer in this webinar on Leadership: Past, Present, and Future.

Drawing on his extensive experience studying, speaking, and writing about leadership for more than 30 years, Ken will explore how leadership thinking has evolved and where he believes it is headed.

Beginning with large landmark studies that first brought together scientific management and human relations thinking, Ken will guide attendees through some of the world’s best known leadership models and how they informed the creation of Situational Leadership® II—the most widely taught leadership model in the world today.

Ken will also share his thoughts on leading a new generation of people in the workplace. You’ll learn the skills and behaviors that are going to be required to successfully guide and develop performance in the future.

 Who should attend:
  • HR and OD professionals focused on the design, management, and strategy of learning and development in their organizations.
  • Senior leaders looking to solve complex business issues, achieve measurable results, and develop leadership capacity to improve productivity and performance.
  • L&D decision makers evaluating learning systems and leadership models that build values, skills, and competencies that help people and organizations lead at a higher level.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the most popular and respected leadership experts of our time.
 

Presenter

  • Ken Blanchard

    Ken Blanchard

    Co-founder, Chief Spiritual Officer, The Ken Blanchard Companies

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