Resilient leaders are capable of moving forward in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles, extracting more value from their teams and taking mistakes or failures and turning them into experiences that drive positive change for the future. They help organizations flourish and grow by building a culture that can flex.
Resilient leaders are critical to navigating the new normal prevalent in today’s business world. In this free, on-demand webinar, learn how to identify resilient leaders in your organization.
What is resilience in leadership? Here's a description from H2C:
The belief that leaders have the endless stamina, ideas, and skills it takes to deliver success year after year is a fallacy of the past. Thus, resilience, the ability to bounce back, cope, renew, and revitalize, has become a key watchword for today's savvy leaders... Learning to be resilient is a full-time job, which never stops. If leaders are to enjoy continued success, today's leaders must understand two related issues with regards to resilience. First, passion for excellence can take them only so far; leaders will burn out if their physical, emotional and mental limitations are ignored. A recent study by Korn-Ferry found that 90% of leaders were let go due to physical or mental conditions that impaired their leadership effectiveness. Second, organization changes planned without consideration for the impact on the human condition, will not only cause current leadership to falter, but they will also cause the next crop of leaders to be inefficient and ultimately everyone will suffer.
Are you developing resilient leaders capable of moving your organization into the future? Here's your chance to find out.
In this free on-demand webinar, you will learn how to spot characteristics common in a resilient leader, three proven strategies for developing ready now, resilient leaders and how to recruit resilient leaders in your organization.
This webinar is brought to you by Chief Learning Officer and lead by Sarah Le Roy, vice president of talent management at Linkage. Le Roy has worked with leaders at all levels across a number of industries focused on driving business results through strategic talent management, action-driven coaching, team building and the development of problem solving strategies. Le Roy holds a BA from Williams College in religion and in literary studies, and an SM from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management.