Duration: 1 hour
Leaders at every level are experiencing the squeeze: the proverbial pressure to “do more with less.” To thrive in today’s highly competitive and resource-strapped marketplace, forward-thinking executives are reimagining their approach to talent. They’re considering how their organizations must continually innovate, operate more nimbly, and maximize the contributions of every individual.
There are new rules of engagement in the new millennium and disruption has become the new normal. Companies no longer have the luxury of shepherding staff through years-long training programs or following linear paths to leadership. Companies need digitally savvy leaders who are agile, strategic, data-driven, and resilient—and they need them now.
We’ll share the results of our new emerging trends report, Talent Reimagined, which revealed the changing landscape and what organizations are doing about it. This webinar will address:
- The 7 emerging trends reshaping leadership development — a mix of challenges and imperatives that are influencing tomorrow’s workforce;
- Specific strategies you can use to respond to each of these 7 emerging trends;
- Ways to equip your people — regardless of job title or responsibility — to think more strategically and become more innovative; and
- How the most transformative senior executives globally are reimagining talent for the future.
Client Solutions Director, Southern Europe Region
Center for Creative Leadership
Monica is an experienced facilitator and executive coach who works with leaders across different industries and geographies. When facilitating and coaching, she engages in impactful conversations, enabling leaders to better serve their organizations. Monica partners with her clients to support them addressing the leadership and systemic side of their business challenges.
Monica has 20 years of international business experience across different industries, including Food/Beverages & Tobacco (Philippe Morris Spain), information technology (Sun Microsystems), professional services and consulting (Accenture), and executive education (CCL).
As CCL's Faculty and Coaching Talent Director for Europe and the Middle East, Monica leads a team of 9 and manages a community of 145 senior leadership associates. She also partners with the General Managers to meet clients’ needs by growing CCL delivery capacity and capability.
Monica is fluent in English, Spanish, and Italian and has a working knowledge of French. She holds a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management and Organization from ESIC (Business & Marketing School, Madrid) and an MSc in Philosophy from the University of Venice.
Global Director, Custom Solutions
Center for Creative Leadership
Clemson’s broad span of clients includes numerous commercial, public, and non-government agencies, offering a variety of leadership development, virtual learning, and coaching programs. His C-suite work includes commercial leaders as well as elected and appointed senior government officials across the spectrum of foreign relations, defense, education, intelligence, and humanitarian aid.
Clemson is responsible for the Custom spectrum of CCL’s leadership portfolio, which leverages the unique abilities of CCL research, content, client outcomes, technology, and strength of faculty to deliver a wide variety of leadership development experiences. This includes developing the global client-centric practice for the coordination, creativity, integration, strategy, design, delivery, and evaluation of CCL’s custom leadership experience journeys.
Prior to joining CCL, Clemson served over 24 years in the US Army. As the leader of a strategic planning team, Clemson developed international agreements, created organizational training and partnership programs, and mentored senior government officials.
Clemson’s undergraduate degree is from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. He earned an MA in Political Science, MPA, and Doctorate from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. He also holds an MA in Security and Strategy from the US Army War College.