Time: Tues, Sept 10, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Price: Free

Rapid, disruptive change has become the reality for organizations around the globe. The shifting threats and opportunities are connecting and converging in ways never seen before — and require that leaders lead in a new way.

Leadership in this dynamic environment requires more than individuals managing operational systems, structures, and processes. Instead, leadership today requires a fundamental shift to grow bigger collective minds and align culture and strategy — because the relationship between culture and strategy is critical in organizational change and transformation. CCL calls this fundamental shift in how leaders see the world and take action “vertical development.”

In this webinar, we’ll explain the concept of vertical development and share real-world examples of how it can elevate strategic awareness, develop both/and mindsets, and improve responses to complex, high-stakes organizational dilemmas. These case studies will include a variety of applications, ranging from how one company broke down silos to improve supply chain management to how improvements in agile decision-making increased public awareness. You will learn:

  • How vertical development improves organizational outcomes by elevating and shifting the beliefs and practices of leadership culture;
  • How elevating leadership culture creates more responsive teams with improved strategic capabilities; and
  • What executives’ teams do better when using a vertical development orientation.

Whether you’re an advisor to executives, an executive yourself preparing your organization for transformation, or a senior HR leader seeking to seriously accelerate the performance of senior leadership teams, in this webinar you’ll find provocative ideas and concrete examples to explore how vertical-ready leadership culture enables organizations to meet future complex challenges and opportunities.

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About The Presenters

John B. McGuire
Senior Fellow, Practice Leader
Center for Creative Leadership

John is a CCL Senior Fellow, specializing in Change Leadership. He is an international authority on leadership culture and organizational transformation, and co-founder of CCL’s Organizational Leadership and Transformation practices. As a researcher-practitioner, John’s innovation essentially reforms traditional change methods to be consciously driven through the senior leadership’s culture, beliefs and practices. John is a practitioner, author, speaker, and researcher.

Charles J. Palus, Ph.D.
Senior Fellow, Senior Research Faculty
Center for Creative Leadership

Charles (Chuck) is a Senior Fellow and faculty member in Research at the Center for Creative Leadership. He is a designer, facilitator and researcher in the CCL Organizational Leadership Practice and is one of its co-founders. Chuck specializes in vertical development, leadership culture transformation, mediated dialogue, and societal leadership.

Cheryl Flink, PhD
Global Director, Research & Evaluation
Center for Creative Leadership

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.

Cheryl leads CCL’s Global Research & Evaluation function, the new Leadership Analytics practice, and the Knowledge Management function. The team is responsible for creating the original research, analytics products and services, and market-facing content that informs our product and portfolio IP and competitively differentiates CCL.

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