Event Date/Time: Feb 28, 2002
End Date/Time: Mar 01, 2002
A one-and-one-half day symposium to be held on February 28 through March 1 at the Ritz-Carlton San Francisco. In a world where the workplace is changing dramatically, the challenges facing leaders are more daunting than ever. In fact, the very definition of a leader is being transformed from someone whose authority derives from the position held to someone who has the human qualities required to build an agile organization, foster continuous innovation, and inspire outstanding performance. Technology triumphs, the Internet, downsizing, industry consolidation, globalization, and disruptive innovation are just a few of the trends creating the flatter, leaner, and more adaptive organizations. At this event, we'll explore what it takes to be a leader in this exciting--and confusing--work world of the future. How you can create a learning organization that can celebrate its institutional memory yet still embrace the new and untested. How you can create a cause that people can embrace in their minds and hearts. What "tried and true" leadership rules of the 20th century are quickly becoming extinct--and which you discard at your peril. Leaders today must be pragmatists, problem solvers who are both teachers and strategists. CEOs and management thinkers alike acknowledge that the key to success in this economy is innovation. Now learn what it takes to be an "innovative leader."
The cost for this event is $3,250 per person, inclusive of meals and materials. Those registering on or before January 31 will save $500--the early bird cost is $2,750.
This event is sponsored in part by Accenture.