Leading Effectively in a Complex World
As a leader—be it a manager, team lead, or individual contributor—how do you know which leadership style is best? And how are decisions best made on the team? When, if ever, is a command-and-control style appropriate or even a “best practice”? What about collaborative consensus building? Should a single expert make the call, or should the team agree on everything? In this experiential workshop, Diane Zajac and Doc Norton will explore the complexity of work and examine how it maps to leadership and decision-making. You’ll learn when command-and-control is actually best versus when collaboration is most effective. Finally, Doc and Diane will teach you tools to improve your collaboration efforts. Return to the office a more aware leader, prepared to help your team have the highest impact through your effective leadership and decision-making.