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5 New Organizational Waves That Will Dramatically Change Leadership in 2017...
Fri, May 12, 2017, 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM PDT
Doors open 8 am program 8:30am- 10:30am
5 New Organizational Waves That Will Dramatically Change Leadership in 2017
How to Ready Your Team to be Adaptable, Aligned & Engaged
In an age where any business or institution may be “Uberized” overnight, major shifts in the way organizations are formed, operated and lead will accelerate in 2017. From “digital first” strategic initiatives to concerns about knowledge retention and transfer, leaders will need to be prepared to develop adaptability and maintain trust within their workforce. These major strategic shifts will impact everyone- C-suite, middle management and line employees alike.
In this highly interactive session, the 5 major waves of organizational change will be examined along with the impacts and specific prescriptions for how leadership must evolve to be relevant in both a new operating environment and to a new generation of employees with higher demands for autonomy.
Participants will be given a roadmap to help them “re-invent” both leadership and eliminate legacy practices that impede change and growth.
1. Examine the big 5 of organizational shifts- digital first business structure, intrapreneurship, customer centricity, knowledge transfer and adaptability mindset.
2. Explore new leadership structures and models that are being used for both operational and workforce effectiveness (case reviews and results).
3. Learn how to fast track alignment and engagement of the entire team to tap their contextual IQ and buy-in for change.
4. Develop your customized business case for organizational leadership evolution for your own company with metrics and ROI.
Scott Hamilton, CEO, Nextworks Strategy, President, Executive Next Practices Institute, Director, Nextworks Strategy
Debbie Nix, Vice President Human Resources and Risk Management, Covenant Care
Scott Hamilton is a globally noted business leader in the area of board, executive and organizational performance from entrepreneurial ventures to the Fortune Global 500. Hamilton is the co-founder and CEO of NextWORKS Strategy™, a team of top industry thought leaders that assist companies turn strategy into unified, positive action. NextWORKS offers unique, “next practice” methods and programs to help boards, executive teams, individuals and their organizations (for profit and nonprofit) build the internal organizational capability needed to motivate, innovate, execute and sustain extraordinary results.
Scott’s industry leadership and results have been both broad and deep. He has led major corporations in executive roles and as a trusted advisor to companies such as Parsons (Engineering Services), Worley (Engineering), McDonald’s (Manufacturing and Distribution Suppliers), Nestle USA (Food and Distribution divisions), Bergen Brunswig (Healthcare- Distribution), Aramark (Hospital Management), AlliedSignal and DirecTV (Telecommunications and technology), among many others. His client programs have included strategic execution planning, large-scale change efforts, organizational design, leadership team building, merger and acquisition/integration teams, employer brand building, customer alignment and in-house executive development programs.
He is on the executive committee for several non-profits such as the (Medical) Device Alliance and is the author of the upcoming 2017 book “The Unbroken Wave of Change”.
Hamilton also serves as the President of the Executive Next Practices Institute (ENPI), a research and forum-based organization comprised of several thousand top tier business, community and academic leaders (CEO, COO, CFO, Top HR, Board Directors & others). These forums, broadly known as “ENP” feature top thought leaders guiding top tier leaders through highly collaborative sessions in the review of emerging trends, innovative techniques, and formulation of new strategies that move organizations “beyond the status quo”.
Hamilton is a frequent keynote speaker and panelist at conferences, trade associations and private company events. He and his NextWorks advisors frequently lead corporate team retreats, development workshops, team building and planning sessions worldwide.