Virtual Solutions to Build Leadership Skills for the New World of Work

Virtual Solutions to Build Leadership Skills for the New World of Work

On Demand

Duration: 30 minutes

About the Webinar

A 30-minute product webinar.

COVID-19 has impacted us all, and leadership is even more important in these times of uncertainty and disruption. With the rapid shift to a new world of virtual work, many professionals have been forced to execute on initiatives that require new leadership skills: leading virtual teams effectively, aligning the organization amidst rapid change, and developing a strategy to reinvent the organization for the future that lies ahead.

In this 30-minute product webinar, we’ll discuss 3 of our virtual programs designed to help leaders navigate these unique challenges through a learning format that offers both convenience and an engaging, human-centered experience.

What You’ll Learn

In this webinar, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at the following 3 programs:

  • The Effective Leader: Designed to help mid-to-senior level managers lead effectively in an ever-changing, virtual, and disruptive world;
  • Leading Across the Organization: A highly-personal, interactive live online experience designed to help leaders of functions, departments, or divisions balance strategic and operational priorities in the new world of work; and
  • Leading Strategically Experience: For executives and senior leaders, this experience centers around an intense business simulation while addressing each participant’s current challenges, taking their strategic leadership to the next level.

You can also learn more about how to lead in this new world of work by exploring our virtual leadership programs.

About the Presenters

Karissa McKenna

Karissa McKenna
Global Portfolio Lead
Center for Creative Leadership

Karissa facilitates leadership development solutions with a special focus on leadership in high tech, biotech, and research-oriented organizations where collaboration and innovation across organizational boundaries and areas of expertise are critical to success. She works with leaders on the frontlines and with women in science and engineering from clients in industry, government, and non-profit settings through our Advancing Technical Women and Maximizing Your Leadership Potential solutions.

Kelly Simmons

Kelly Simmons
Senior Faculty Member
Center for Creative Leadership

Kelly is a Senior Faculty member at our San Diego campus. Kelly facilitates open enrollment programs such as Leading for Organizational Impact. She also is responsible for leading the design and delivery of custom leadership development solutions for our global corporate clients. Kelly is a specialist in systems thinking in organizational, team, and individual leadership development. She has leveraged her broad expertise in technical and sector knowledge with her specializations in organizational systems, learning and development, culture change, coaching, and facilitation to engage organizations to meet the wide range of situations that her clients face.

Monica Bortoluzzi

Monica Bortoluzzi
Global Portfolio Lead, Leading Managers EMEA
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. She partners with her clients to support them in 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, information technology, professional services and consulting, and executive education.

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