Event Date: 07/09/2014 (2:00 pm EDT - 3:00 pm EDT)
Due to greater demands for performance, complex issues, and limited resources, doing more with less is an everyday reality for leaders in today’s organizations. The good news is that you can stay ahead of the competition—if you know how to expand your brain bandwidth. That’s right. With the proper tools, it is possible to build your thinking agility so you can tackle tough mental demands and develop a more strategic mindset. This webinar will show you how.
Join Ann Herrmann-Nehdi , the CEO of Herrmann International, teaching Leadership Agility: Four Steps to Getting More Done with Less, an exploration of thinking styles and their impact on leadership, communication, and decision making. Based on more than 30 years of extensive brain research, this highly engaging webinar will reveal how to harness your full brainpower to perform more effectively and manage complex issues, all while keeping a visionary eye on the future. So dial in to jump start your brain! With new skills and some practice, you’ll be able to handle life’s curve balls and minimize blind spots—both today and tomorrow.
Participants Will Learn
- How to develop agile thinking skills to become a more effective organizational leader.
- Clues to identify your thinking preferences and how they differ from others’ styles.
- Why diverse thinking styles are required to achieve specific business outcomes.
- How to apply agile thinking techniques to “see around corners” and plan for the future.
Who Should Attend
- Organization Development Professionals
- Human Resources Managers
- Leaders at all levels
- Emerging and aspiring leaders
The company that originated the Whole Brain Technology®, Ann Herrmann-Nehdi is the CEO of Herrmann International. She is an engaging speaker who has delivered keynote presentations and educational sessions for associations around the world. A thought leader in her industry, Ann is a member of the SmartBriefs on Workforce Advisory Board, an advisor to the American Creativity Association and Innovation Network, and a faculty member for the Institute of Management Studies.