Monday, 20. April 2020, Online, SECOND WORKSHOP: HOW TO STOP FEELING DAUNTED
About this Event
This is the second of a series of ten workshops each highly interactive session is limited to a maximum of 20 delegates and is designed to help directors and executive be, and remain, undaunted. This workshop will use case studies illustrating the ways in which successful leaders have faced massive challenges and surprises, both predictable and unpredictable, and explore how they managed to deal with them, whilst their rivals often failed. For the winners, the challenges became opportunities to see and realise competitive advantages.
The outbreak of the Coronavirus and the stock market crash may well make the challenges you **** as a directors or executives more daunting. But these developments merely add to the existing list of issues and problems making your task increasingly difficult
Whilst the problems leaders give most attention to are real, they are rarely the cause of a corporate crisis. They merely make matters worse. As the makes clears, the real cause of most corporate crises are governance and management failings associated with internal issues that leaders could, and should, control.
Traditional approaches to governance and management are the real problem. The mindsets, methods and tools of the industrial era are inadequate and sometimes dangerous. But the old ways still dominate in practice. And they still dominate what is taught in business schools.
Successful leaders are adopting very different ideas, methods and tools. They often totally contradict prevailing ‘wisdom’., and are essential to becoming and staying an undaunted leader.
The Briefings and related Taster Events and Workshops are based on extensive research which culminated in a conference we ran on March 9th in London, and for a book to be published later this year. For full details of the Taster Event and all the other initiatives
Related articles can also be found in the supporting on Medium. It represents a growing body of knowledge and supports a growing community of interest in the issues raised.