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This highly interactive session will examine the key leadership challenges facing organisations as we prepare for a new world of work.

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By unfreezing past constraints, the COVID-19 wrecking ball has provided organisations with a once in a lifetime opportunity for driving change and transformation; excising the legacy technologies and leadership approaches that stifle innovation.

With the genie being out of the bottle in terms of new ways of working, there is no going back to ‘the way things have always been done around here’.

To emerge stronger from the current crisis, organisations will need to leverage the ‘innovations born of necessity’ in 2020 to build resilient, modern, intelligent, innovative workplaces fit-for-purpose in a VUCAD world – Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous and Digital.

To seize the moment, do we need to reimagine leadership, turning much of our existing thinking on its head?

"Only 12 percent of senior executives ‘strongly agreed' that business leaders in their organisation have the right mindsets to lead them forward in an uncertain world."

Source: MIT SMR (A New Leadership Playbook for the Digital Age, 2020).

As a change leader, we would be delighted if you could join us for the Reimagine Leadership Virtual Roundtable sharing your experiences, hopes and expectations for the future.

About the Roundtable

Facilitated by Dr. Jim Hamill, the highly interactive session will examine the key challenges facing leaders as we prepare for a new world of work.

  • Leadership lessons learned from the disruption of 2020.
  • Strategy: In an era of pervasive uncertainty, is a radical, blue ocean, scorched earth approach to strategy development and strategic management required?
  • Organisation, People, Culture: How do we excise the legacy structures, management thinking and cultures stifling innovation; unleashing the creative potential of our people and high-performing teams, breaking free from the cultural norms of the past?
  • Technology: How can we leverage the full potential of existing and emerging technologies to support new ways of working, building organisational resilience, reimagining how we engage with customers, how we operate internally, transforming our underlying business model in the process?
  • Leadership: What are the key traits of a successful leader of change for a VUCAD world? Do we need to turn our traditional thinking about leadership on its head? What new approaches to leadership development are required?
  • Do our organisations have the leadership dexterity to seize the moment?

We hope you can join us on Thursday 17th June, sharing your experience with the group.

The format of the session will be a short Panel Discussion followed by a Q&A session. The session will be highly interactive and participative.

A live Chat Forum will run in parallel with the main session to maximise group participation and discussion.

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Dr Jim Hamill, Managing Director, Reimagine Leadership

With 35yrs Global Management experience, Jim is widely recognised as a leading expert on digital supported transformation and leadership. He has held Visiting Professorships or delivered Senior Executive Programmes in the US, Singapore, Hong-Kong, Malaysia, China, Norway, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, France, Iceland, Malta, Russia, Ireland and the UAE. Currently Managing Director of Reimagine Leadership, an executive development consultancy working with organisations wishing to embrace new approaches to leadership and management for a volatile, uncertain, digital world, Jim will present a short overview of the latest research and thinking in this area – sensemaking; scorched earth strategy development; humanocracy; excising bureaucracy; digital mastery; orchestrating successful transformations; reimagining leadership.

Maggie Morrison, Director, Hi55 Ventures

In a career spanning more than 30yrs, Maggie has held senior executive positions in the UK and internationally with some of the world’s leading technology based companies including NTT DATA, CGI, HP, Cisco and 3Com. She has served as a Non-Executive Director at Skills Development Scotland, The Scottish Apprentice Advisory Board, The Wise Group and currently serves on the Board of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce. Having lived and worked in France, Germany, Switzerland, The Netherlands and the USA, Maggie has recently left corporate life to build a portfolio career working in areas she is passionate about, helping small start-ups to scale as well as focussing on giving back. She is currently a Director with Hi55 Ventures, a start-up business delivering a brand-new asset class, Pay Asset Finance, to help companies unlock affordable working capital and provide an attractive new employee benefit. A seasoned senior executive, Maggie will discuss the key traits of a successful leader of change as we enter a post-pandemic world.

Brendan Martin, Managing Director, Buurtzorg Britain & Ireland and Public World

Brendan is Founder and Managing Director of Public World, a social enterprise providing learning and development support to organisations wishing to improve delivery through self-managed teams and enhanced staff engagement. He also leads Buurtzorg Britain and Ireland, Public World's partnership with Buurtzorg Nederlands, the internationally renowned Dutch based organisation that has successfully ‘reinvented’ the delivery of home care through its innovative operating model built on freedom, trust and autonomy - ‘Humanity Over Bureaucracy’. Founded in 2006 with just four nurses, Buurtzorg has grown exponentially to become an organisation of 11,000 nurses and 4,000 domestic helpers providing health and social care at home to 100,000 people. The company’s workforce is organized into twelve hundred self-managed, empowered teams, each with complete responsibility for their own locality. There are no planning, HR or marketing departments and no managers. A fifteen-thousand-person organisation with two senior directors and a staff group of just 50. Voted Dutch Employer of the Year six times, Buurtzorg outperforms its rivals in virtually every area of activity, including top marks from the Dutch Care Inspectorate.

Brendan is responsible for bringing the Buurtzorg model to Britain and Ireland. He will deliver a short presentation providing an overview of how the Buurtzorg model works, sharing his experiences and hopes for the future.

Who Should Attend?

Public and private sector CEOs; Transformation and Change Leaders; Leadership Development Executives; CTOs; and others with an interest in the future of work in a VUCAD world.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any queries about the event.

Thank you and take care.

Dr. Jim Hamill

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