In her keynote speech, Jude Jennison introduces 7 leadership skills that horses teach us about leading change. She explains why they are critical to business and the impact these skills have on clients, teams and organisations.
Jude inspires her audience by sharing her personal accounts of life and leadership, the lessons she has gained through her corporate leadership experience and how it was only when she overcame her fear of horses that her leadership skills developed in earnest.
Audiences are regularly moved by her stories of working with horses and leave the talk inspired to fine-tune their leadership and develop the courage, compassion and commitment that Jude role-models in every day work and life.
Jude is an international speaker, Horse Assisted Educator and author of the book Leadership Beyond Measure. She helps senior leaders develop embodied leadership skills through live events and workshops with horses. Horses provide non-judgmental feedback, enabling clients to identify their leadership behaviours and transform themselves into courageous and hugely influential, non-verbal communicators.
Twitter: @judejennison and @leadershipwhisp
Linked In: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/judejennison
Tel:0800 170 1810
Mob: +44 (0)7584 248822
In challenging and rapidly changing business environments, new leadership skills and behaviours are needed to lead through uncertainty and transform business. Leaders need to be agile and influential at all levels within the organisation. The old style of command and control no longer works. Instead, blame, judgment and criticism need to be replaced by responsibility and shared leadership.
Organisations who embrace a collective leadership approach will engage teams, inspire their clients and create lasting change.
Research shows that in the presence of horses, people are more aligned, more authentic and more transparent in their approach. Horses model leading from the collective, where every member of the herd takes responsibility for combined success. Jude will explain how working with horses enables teams to model collective leadership and lead change with confidence and clarity.
Jude is an international speaker, Horse Assisted Educator and author of the book Leadership Beyond Measure. She helps senior leaders develop embodied leadership skills that have a profound impact on clients and teams. Through live events and workshops, she partners with horses who provide non-judgmental feedback, enabling clients to identify their leadership behaviours and transform themselves into courageous and hugely influential, non-verbal communicators.
Twitter: @judejennison and @leadershipwhisp
Linked In: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/judejennison
Tel: 0800 170 1810
Today’s fast moving, highly competitive marketplace is placing unprecedented pressure on organisations and individuals to develop and change. From taking advantage of technology innovations to capitalising on the opening up of global markets, protecting ourselves from economic uncertainties to understanding the expectations of our customers and workers; the need for strong leadership has never been greater. Why? Because everything rises and falls on leadership.
And leadership is not about position or job title. Leadership is about the person. Strong leaders give hope and confidence. They provide the optimism that leads to success and achievement, an optimism that can so easily be affected by uncertainty and change. Leadership is a skill that can be learnt and developed.
In this webinar Simon Jackson will share his experience and insight that has been gained over many years working with leading global brands on transformation initiatives that have focused on leadership development and change programmes. We will explore the essential elements of leadership and how our behavior so significantly affects those around us. We will look at the inner game of leadership to understand how our own thinking may be holding us back.
If you are an experienced leader, how do you know how you are doing? Whether you are an experienced leader or you are aspiring to lead others, we all have the ability to grow and become better leaders.
What will it take to convince the C-Suite that leadership development is a smart investment? Join us to learn the 5-step process for mapping out the ROI in a way that will get their attention every time! This goes beyond talent management and the typical reasons cited within human resources. It's what you need to truly pique executive interest.Read more >
This leadership webinar outlines a new theory of leadership for the 21st century: the incomplete leader. Jon Cowell, Chief Executive of Edgecumbe Consulting, discusses the notion of incomplete leadership using the Primary Colours® Model of Leadership. The successful application of these ideas have helped individual leaders and leadership teams from across the world align their personal and collective efforts to bring effective leadership teams together. We will also hear how these leadership ideas have been adopted by two different organisations, BSI Group and EDF Energy, to help them focus their leadership efforts to create the conditions for their organisations to succeed.Read more >
Coaching on an individual level can impact not only a leader’s performance but also that of their team and the rest of the organisation. In this webcast, Principal Consultant, Katy Lyne explores some real-life examples of where the MBTI framework adds richness and depth to coaching sessions within a large engineering organisation during times of growth and change. Katy looks at practical examples of where MBTI Step I and MBTI Step II have been pivotal during coaching sessions and have impacted leadership and team effectiveness.Read more >
According to author and long-time advisory consultant Ken Gonzalez, leadership is not a spectator sport, you need to actually try being a leader in order to become one. Ken also says that leadership now matters far more than management.
Larry Cooper says that anyone at any level can be a leader - the real role of existing leaders is to nurture and create new ones. Larry also believes that when an organization’s leaders no longer have to make any day-to-day decisions is the point at which they will have achieved true leadership agility.
So with all the talk about leadership agility and how leadership is now more valued than management, how are we to make sense of it all?
In this lively talk Ken and Larry will explore the differences between leadership and management, why leadership now matters more, the real role of leadership, the challenges to achieving it, and what leadership agility looks like. Finally, they leave you with three key take-away’s for better understanding the premise of true leadership agility.
Join Keyaan Williams, Senior Executive, C|CISO Programs at EC-Council for his Corporate Governance for CISOs webinar series! The fourth webinar in the series will cover the topic of Leadership from an IS executive perspective. Technical expertise is a critical component of security leadership; however, the modern CISO must possess a myriad of fundamental business to run a successful program. This session will focus on non-technical areas in which the CISCO should be competent and communicate effectively: strategic planning, financial management, contracting, and vendor management.Read more >
Managing IP, in association with the Managing IP Women in IP Global Network, invites you to join a free web seminar focusing on leadership in the IP professions.
This webinar will cover:
•Attributes that make a good leader
•Formal leadership schemes
•Preparing for a leadership role
•How to engage mentors to aid you in your journey as a leader
•Tracking your progress
The live audience will be able to ask questions of the speakers during the webinar, which will be in English and will last one hour.
What will a ‘leader’ look like in 2050? The world is changing physically, technologically and demographically, and this will have a huge impact on HR and in particular leadership. John Hackston, Head of Research and Development at OPP, will describe these trends, the implications for future leaders, and how the MBTI can help.Read more >
* Webinar duration is about one hour, including Q&A*
There are four distinct qualities that enable leaders to effectively create and sustain a culture of excellence. Caterpillar Safety Services has conducted three years of research and development to identify the key drivers of leadership excellence and will soon validate the findings in the manufacturing, construction, energy and mining industries. In this discussion, we'll give you a sneak peek at our pioneering research in leadership assessment. Built upon four domains and 14 leadership elements, our process of leadership capability improvement promises to transform your organization from good to great --- from normal to exceptional --- from unsafe to safe.
1.Understand what is required to create a culture of safety excellence
2.Explain the 4 secrets to leadership excellence and their relationship to cultural excellence
3.Discover the 14 elements of safety leadership that build a culture of safety excellence
[This event is scheduled at a time to accommodate the Asia-Pacific region. If you are unable to attend the live event, a recording will be available immediately following the live presentation.]
Frontline leaders have the power to make or break a safety culture. The way in which supervisors manage safety on the front line, the methods by which they engage employees about safety and their ability to turn management’s commitments into action has a direct impact on the behaviors that drive performance. In this first installment of a four-part webinar series on supervisor safety leadership development, Caterpillar Safety Services’ Asia-Pacific Consulting Manager Brett Haskins will explain the first step in nurturing excellent supervisors – defining expectations for safety accountabilities.
You will learn:
•Why supervisors are a critical link to creating and sustaining safety excellence
•How to properly define the activities and goals that positively impact performance
•How activities fit into an accountability model that drives positive results
•How to properly engage the workforce in developing well defined activities
Welcome to the registration page for the Livestream of the 14th Annual SAS Government Leadership Forum. By registering for the Livestream, you can view all of the action happening at the live conference in Washington, DC, all from your device.
Today more than ever, data is interwoven in our lives. We know the positive, progressive things that big data enables. We’ve also seen the dark side, marked by cybercrime, fraud, privacy breaches and more. To make better decisions faster that lead to real change, it’s crucial that everyone involved in those decisions has access to the right information. SAS® makes this possible. Join us for this exciting forum to learn about all the innovative technologies that are transforming how we run government, our businesses and the world. You’ll see firsthand how SAS makes analytics accessible to everyone today to uncover new and exciting opportunities that effect real change, faster than ever thought possible.
Keynote presentation by Alec Ross, former Senior Adviser for Innovation to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and author.
General sessions featuring government and SAS executives on fast-evolving analytical technology and how it’s changing our world.
Breakout sessions on best practices and stories of innovation in fraud and improper payments, cyber security and more.
Join the conversation by tweeting #SASGOV!
Attributes that make a good leader
Preparing for a leadership role
Engaging mentors to aid you in your journey as a leader
Tracking your progress
There is a large amount of literature on happiness and the importance it has on our lives and work. There have been various studies into the connection between happiness in the workplace, learning and productivity and the general well-being of staff and individuals. This introductory webinar will introduce the neuroscience of happiness and the connection to creating a positive culture and how using humour as a cognitive tool helps create adaptable, resilient teams.
In this webinar you will explore:
- What is Laughology – The science and psychology of motivation, emotions, happiness and humour
- Why happiness, humour and laughter is vital in all workplaces
- What does happiness really mean for organisations
· How a happy workforce is more flexible to change
· Humour as a system for processing information and being positive
Organizations of all shapes and sizes are constantly challenged to adequately fill and strengthen their leadership pipeline – thus calling into question if they are truly prepared to take on the challenges of today and achieve the strategy charted for the future.
Please join us for an exciting and thought provoking webinar featuring Gelair Gilson and Jayson Finnigan from ManpowerGroup as they explore challenges to attracting high performing talent to leadership roles and the keys to identifying and fostering potential in the next generation of leaders.
According to IIA guidance, internal auditors are charged with monitoring organizational ethics and assessing whether management policies, procedures, and practices support ethical operations. And while management usually seeks to set, promote, and perpetuate an ethical climate, some leaders seem either motivated by self-interest or so focused on other operational priorities that they overlook their obligation to steward organizational ethics.
What can internal audit do to articulate this risk of unethical behavior? How can internal audit influence the tone at the top? How can internal auditors persuade management to see the value proposition for ethical leadership? This webinar addresses these questions and equips auditors, audit directors, and CAEs to make a compelling argument as to how ethical leadership drives bottom-line results.
By the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:
-Compare contrasting views of behavioral ethics
-Differentiate between moral and conditioned honesty
-Examine rationalizations commonly indicative of moral disengagement
-Explain why ethical stewardship is a primary leadership responsibility
-Correlate ethical leadership to organizational results
-Formulate a compelling argument in favor of an ethical tone at the top
Perspectives on Leadership is a one-on-one interview series with contact center executives.Read more >