Increasing expectations on leaders, senior management or otherwise, are accelerating as the needs or individuals, communities and political aspirations transform our world. To be innovative, to create seismic change and to build teams who truly collaborate, a leader today has to inspire not just to instruct. So how does Generation X compare to those raised in the capitalism focused 1980's in this regard? How do we shift our focus from profit to sustainability, and mean it? This series of talks addresses these questions and will radically shift your opinion of what a leader really is. It's not just a title, it's an attitude!
I know, it sounds odd! But some people are able to read and interpret cultural temperatures like a 'canary down a mine' senses poisonous gas. I am one of those people. With the shift in individual expectations towards working from home, family time and a sense of fun at work, how do organisations adapt to accommodate this? How can you attract new recruits with something other than hard cash? Money secures new people, culture retains them. This service is a genuine investment in operational success and retention of talent.
Based on my book Leadership Now. This series of youth leadership talks is aimed at children from 12 years old up to the Under 25's. Their leadership style needs to be free-range, adaptable and non-hierarchical for them to have a chance to save our world and transform their children's future.
Start Up Youth
The Start Up generation are coming and they need information to turn their ideas into a real business, and fast. From charities to social businesses to tech start ups, Generation Z will be ready to take on a new world with new challenges requiring new solutions. They may be playing with toys now, but the born-digital generation has ideas that will reach far beyond anything my generation (40+) has ever imagined! The course is designed to deliver the business skills to help them achieve those dreams.