Duration: 1 hour
Price: Free

As a new decade begins, every leader in the world at every organizational level faces a shared challenge: grappling with the impact of rapid innovation, a changing workforce, and powerful cultural and societal shifts.

To better understand the state of disruption and its implications, our research team conducted a study asking leaders around the world to name the disruptive trends that will significantly affect their organizations in the next 5 years.

In this webinar we’ll share the results of our newest trends report, Talent Reimagined 2020: The Human Element of Disruption. Attend the webinar to learn:

  • The 5 disruptive trends and the competing tensions of each cited by leaders around the world;
  • The underlying human element present within each trend – crucial in realizing the trend’s positive potential;
  • How organizations can leverage talent and culture to harness the opportunity of these disruptive trends; and
  • Specific, strategic recommendations for leaders and organizations to respond in 2020 — and beyond.
You can also learn more by downloading our research report, Talent Reimagined 2020: The Human Element of Disruption. 
About The Presenters

Cheryl Flink, Ph.D.
Global Director: Research & Evaluation, Leadership Analytics, Knowledge Management
Center for Creative Leadership

Cheryl Flink leads CCL’s Global Research & Evaluation and Leadership Analytics functions. Her role contributes to our collective work to accelerate leadership development and performance for the benefit of society worldwide.

Cheryl has served in a number of executive positions overseeing strategy, analytics and research, marketing, and professional services. By linking data, technology, and analytics to strategy, product development, and business execution, she has enabled organizations to find new market opportunities, improve revenue and cost drivers, and leverage data to address business challenges.

David Altman, Ph.D.
Chief Operating Officer
Center for Creative Leadership

David Altman is Chief Operating Officer of the Center for Creative Leadership, where he oversees global P&L, Leadership Solutions/Knowledge Management, Operations, and Digital Learning.

Before his appointment as COO in 2017, David served four years as EVP/MD of CCL-EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) based in Brussels Belgium and nine years as VP/SVP/EVP of CCL’s global Research, Innovation and Product Development group. Before joining CCL, he spent 20 years working in academic medical centers (Stanford University and Wake Forest University).

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