In this webinar, Al Blixt, coach, consultant, author, and expert on innovation and change, will share with us how to lead strategic innovation and change. We will look at the benefits of truly leading innovation and change, not just talking the talk.
Leading strategic innovation and change provides people with critical knowledge and skills important for success in encouraging and managing innovation. We will learn how to develop effective skills for the managerial and executive levels and what it means to create accelerated adaption for the demands of tomorrow. We will also look at how you change your infrastructure to an innovation hub!
We will examine the three leadership roles of strategic innovation:
The Leader as a Visionary
The Leader as an Architect
The Leader as a Change Champion
Finally, we will discuss the importance of emotional intelligence (EQ) as a key factor in your ability to be effective as a leader. The four elements of EQ are self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management. The good news is that you can learn to improve your proficiency in each of these areas. Al will discuss how to use Emotional Intelligence when you are in the roles of visionary, architect, and change champion.
We look forward to your participation in this much-anticipated webinar!
Albert B. Blixt (shown below) has more than 25 years' experience designing and implementing rapid strategic change in complex organizations. Mr Blixt is a developer of the Whole-Scale Change methodology as Senior Partner at Dannemiller Tyson Associates. His area of expertise includes strategic planning, work process, and organizational redesign, leadership coaching, team development, training and the facilitation of whole system change. Al also serves as the Managing Partner of New Campus Dynamics, a firm that specializes supporting innovation and change in higher education.
He is the author of four books including being co-lead author of Leading Innovation and Change: A Guide for Chief Student Affairs Officers on Shaping for the Future (NASPA 2015). Here is the link to his latest book.