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Recording available - Register for the replay belowMaking Governance for Every companyThe Assessment Methodology of Corporate Governance in Small, Medium and Large EnterprisesDr. Sadeq AlAbdulwahab
Most large companies apply rule-based governance by complying with international rules such as the Sarbanes–Oxley Act, King Report on Corporate Governance, or the Cadbury Report.
However, these rules require matters and issues that small and medium enterprise (SME) cannot fulfill, or it is not applicable for non-large companies. Although rule-based governance is not applicable for SMEs, SMEs must apply principle-based governance.
This webinar will explain the principles of governance and show the basic requirements that satisfy the principles of governance for every company.
The webinar will demonstrate how to assess the requirements of governance based on the size of company, the objectives of strategy, and the cost of applications. It will explain how to plan a transient governance that grows equally with the growth of the company until it reaches to the governance level that fulfils the required principles and rules.
Dr. Sadeq AlAbdulwahab is a governance expert at Advisory and Mentoring Pte Ltd, and CEO of Management Doctor Consultancy Center. AlAbdulwahab is a Doctor of Management with 21 years’ Experience. He is a certified management trainer by Kingston Academy and a certified Management Consultant with VETASSESS.
He worked for 4 years as governance advisor for the board of directors at Nawat Holding Company. Dr. Sadeq has provided many training courses in governance, crisis management, strategy management, business continuity planning, succession planning and leadership development.
He has also authored many papers related to governance and related subjects. He authored a textbook titled “Leadership Development Process: Triplex process of assessing, promoting and empowering leaders”. In this textbook, Dr. Sadeq provides many methodologies to empower leaders through proper governance.
Target Audience :
Board of Directors, Members in Governance Committees, Senior Executives of small, medium or large companies , and governance officers
Language : English
Discover 4 2-minute videos to explain the importance of Governance and why it is applicable to your business.
Recording availableCritical and Creative Thinking for Frontline InnovationBill Jarrard
The Critical Thinking Community (criticalthinking.org) defines Critical Thinking as that mode of thinking - about any subject, content, or problem - in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skilfully taking charge of the structures inherent in thinking and imposing intellectual standards upon them.
This Advisory-Mentoring masterclass builds on the Making Innovation Happen masterclass Bill facilitated last year by looking at Critical Thinking as a way to boost creativity. Bill will discuss what leaders might do to develop the thinking skills of people in all areas of the organization to creatively solve problems, improve productivity, and realise potential opportunities.
Critical Thinking when engaged for creativity enables personal and team innovation, and the delivery of real results. By developing insights into creativity and the skills to use a set of critical thinking tools that alter the basic approach to thinking, participants will:
• understand the nature of critical and creative thinking and how they provide a powerful framework for seeking out innovation
• appreciate how the deliberate application of critical thinking leads to creativity on demand and inspires innovation at all levels
• explore a toolkit of critical and creative thinking tools that focuses creative energy when and where desired.
Recording availableExpanding your SME business - path to success, tips and traps Dr. Krishna Kumar N G
Every business organisation constantly pursues growth.
Sometimes, we see some lop sided growth, few other times the growth is short lived.
In pursuit of growth, organisations fail to know the strengths of the business activities which actually are the forces that propel growth.
Through this webinar you will get to know about the core business activities that need to be identified and addressed to get the desired growth.
Together with this you will also know about the few business expansion approaches and about the traps the organisations should avoid to ensure a correct and continued growth.
Few relevant actual business examples will be shared for the benefit of the attendees.
After attending and listening to the webinar you will be able to know and address the gaps in your organisation’s business activities, and what business expansion approach you should select for having a strong & sustainable growth-oriented organisation.
Recording availableParadox Mastery – tap the “Genius of the AND” solutions Bill McLellan
“ Builders of greatness are comfortable with paradox. They don’t oppress themselves with what we call the tyranny of the OR, which pushes people to believe that things must be either A OR B, but not both. Instead, they liberate themselves with the Genius of the AND ……disciplined thinkers expand the conversation to create ‘Genius of the AND’ solutions. ”
– Jim Collins BE 2.0
Bill sets out with the daily objective of helping you acquire contemporary knowledge and insights to tap the undiscovered opportunities you and your talent pool present.
Following years of experience as an owner, business director and executive leader and manager in both listed and unlisted companies. He is passionate about helping business owners and leaders transform their businesses and their teams by activating their leadership, engagement, cohesion and effectiveness supported by predictive behavioural technologies.
As a successful C-Suite Executive, Manging Director and Entrepreneur with a background in military, mining, energy, energy retail, sustainability, energy consulting, behavioural engineering and “SaaS”. His obsession is to provide leadership, talent development and learning for senior leaders, managers and teams, specialising in greatly improving business performance and effectiveness.
Bill leverages the REACH Ecosystem and Harrison Assesments Talent Development technologies together with a like minded best of breed network to provide an ECOSYSTEM AS A SERVICE.
This service helps business owners, leaders and their organisations ‘tap the genius of their people’ to shift the culture and to turn the potential of their people into performance using proven frameworks informed by people-performance, analytics and data. He holds a Masters in Applied Finance, BCom Hon (Bus Economics) and a BCom.
Recording availableStop Telling, Start Coaching Ricky Nowak
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) makes more decisions, the nature of leadership will change. Leaders’ hard skills will continue to be eclipsed by smart machines, but their soft skills will become more important than ever." - Harvard Business Review
Now more than ever we need people to coach with empathy, skill and insight.
Today's agile, hybrid environment demands more asynchronous sharing through digital collaboration tools, while resources, including time, are often constrained. The question being asked now is how can leaders help their teams thrive in this continually changing workplace and resist the temptation of telling people what to do – when it’s often quicker and easier to just give instructions and expect people to do what they’ve been told.
Well now that theory has blown up in the faces of leaders as new cohorts of people want to be coached rather than told.
In this 45 minute interactive webinar participants will learn how to ask questions rather than give instructions and help themselves and their people achieve a better balance between risk and reward, time and energy and work and productivity.
They will also have access to some of the best probing questions to ask their people when helping with planning, looking for commitment, helping them check in, make emotional connections and draw out more from them.
Recording availableMindset Moments | Connecting with your inner CEO Martin Probst
Our mindset has an enormous effect on how resourceful we are and our thoughts are our constant companion - more intense than the relationship with our best friend.
In this engaging webinar, Martin will share some simple yet profound strategies that you can implement instantly to promote more supportive and powerful thoughts to improve your wellbeing.
- How to master your mind
- The power of thoughts
- Creating certainty in times of uncertainty
Learn more about the Speaker and Expert.
Martin Probst is an award-winning learning professional and #1 International Bestselling author, assisting individuals, teams and organisations to lead with confidence and succeed in today’s busy and ever-changing environment.
Through his company PROfound Leadership, Martin’s vision is to strengthen organisation through human-centred leadership and positively transform their future and generations to come.
His mission to maximise human potential and empower individuals and teams with skills of the future, has led him to:
- Work in different industries on 6 continents for over 30 years
- Become a Certified ‘Learning Facilitator’ and ‘Virtual Facilitator’ (Asia Pacific Institute for Learning & Performance) and certified in many other transformational modalities
- Design and deliver almost 200 workshops and speaking engagements
- Teach for over 10 years in formal education
- Facilitate over 1,000 hours of one-on-one coaching sessions
- Author many books, including the latest #1 International Bestselling book ‘I did it!’
- Being awarded “Learning Professional of the Year” at the 2019 Australian Learning Impact Awards
His company being placed in the ‘Top 10 Leadership Development Training/Coaching Companies’ APAC 2020.
Martin is directly impacting the lives of many managers in Australia and around the globe through his simple-yet-effective and solution-based leadership strategies, so they can successfully deal with the human aspects of the business.
“Dare to make a difference!”
Recording availableThe neuroscience of peak performanceDavid Krueger
This webinar has been configured in a unique way to ensure there is a very high interaction with our Expert.
It will help you reach your top performance, better understand how our mind and brain work and bring success to you and your business.
Here is an outline of the seven sections of the Webinar:
Successful Collaborative Conversations
Performance Growth Mindset
Developing a Peak Performance Story
Deliberate Practice: Structure and Applications
Performance Enhancement Neuroscience
Navigating Extreme Success
Before engaging in the Q&A with David Krueger, we will be sharing with you a video and white paper.
Access them after your register or let's review them together on August 11th.
In the Q&A session, the opportunity is to have your specific questions and context to be shared with our Expert.
David will be giving you a response to ensure you can reach and sustain the peak performance you deserve and you aspire to have.
Learn more about David Krueger, MD
David is an Executive Mentor Coach, and CEO of MentorPath®, an executive coaching, training, and publishing firm. His work integrates the mind, brain, and performance sciences with strategic coaching to help practicing and performing professionals create strategies to achieve and sustain peak performance.
Author of 24 trade and professional books on success, wellness, money, and self-development, and 75 scientific papers, he is Dean of Curriculum for Coach Training Alliance, was named Top Executive Mentor Coach of the Year 2021 by IAOTP, is Advisory Board and Contributing Faculty, Bauer College of Business, University of Houston, and Founder, NeuroMentor® Institute for Peak Performance.
Dr. Krueger founded and served as CEO for two healthcare corporations, co-founded a third startup that went from venture capital to merger/acquisition, and founded Houston Gathering of Angels, an angel investment group.
Recording available Untangle your supply chain – what to do now and next? Flavio Pietrocola
Supply Chain, E2E, Value Chain/Stream…no matter what the title we use, most of us would have learnt its consequences from not finding toilet paper and flour in supermarkets in March 2020 or having to stop manufacturing and assembly lines because of the Suez Canal closure only a few weeks ago, or having to currently pay an average 2-3 times more for a containerload from Southeast Asia.
This webinar is meant to clarify such concepts as supply chain efficiency, flexibility, agility, resilience and benchmarking whilst providing a practical and uncomplicated approach on how to improve your supply chain to the benefit of all its partners including, naturally, yourself.
Recording availableThe Story and Lessons from One of the Top 10 World Digital Transformations – The DBS Bank Story Robin Speculand
Harvard Business Review ranked DBS Bank in the top 10 digital transformations of the last decade.
Simultaneously the bank was awarded the World’s Best Bank by Euromoney, The Banker and Global Finance over a 12-month period. It is the first bank in the world to receive this recognition.
How did DBS achieve this recognition and successfully transform when more than one out of digital transformations fail?
Under the stewardship of CEO Piyush Gupta, the bank transformed from banking being a pain to “Making Banking Joyful” for its customers. Discover how the bank leveraged technology to make banking invisible to achieve this.
This webinar highlights how DBS created a 28,000-employee start-up, transformed its core and became customer-obsessed—the bank’s three strategic priorities for implementation. It explains what the bank did differently to implement its strategy while sharing intriguing lessons from three years of research, interviews and development of the book, World’s Best Bank: DBS’s Strategic Guide to Digital Transformation.
• The bank’s digital purpose aligned and inspired everyone.
• DBS adopted the term “GANDALF” to transform its technology architecture.
• DBS initially engaged employees and encouraged innovation by introducing hackathons.
• Customer journeys became the core of everything the bank does.
• It became the first bank in the world to launch an ecosystem platform.
• It transformed to a digitally driven organization.
• It measures a digital strategy, showing on its P&L that digital customers are twice as valuable as traditional customers.
• It adopted agile, DevOps, design thinking, AI, ML and other tools.
• It developed algorithms to know when employees considered leaving.
• As a responsible citizen of the world, DBS is enhancing its focus on sustainability.
Woven throughout the keynote are examples and stories stemming from Robin Speculand’s research for his new book World's Best Bank: DBS’s Strategic Guide to Digital Transformation.
Recording available. Tactical & Strategic Planning When Facing Runaway RisksDr. Franco Oboni
Tactical & Strategic Planning When Facing Runaway Risks
Key-words: Planning, Value, Sustainability, Climate Change, Green Projects, Evaluation, Risk-informed, Runaway risks.
Recent disasters such as large-scale fires, flooding, hail and dust storms, locusts and epidemics linked to various hazards around the world demonstrate the need to enhance tactical and strategic planning to foster healthy awareness and reduce fears and panic reactions.
Climatic divergence from long term averages and “usual extremes”, both in terms of frequencies and intensities, reinforces this need.
Furthermore, a new wave of Green Deals (EU), the Paris agreement and other efforts from key players around the world will require careful evaluations and risk-informed decisions to avoid financial blunders, unsustainable decisions.
Consider this webinar as a medicine to help containing fear and knee-jerk reactions, reduce blunders, enhance value building and ethics, while planning for climate change and other “runaway” hazards.
The main takeaways will be the numerous real-life examples showing how modern techniques allow to trace a sustainable path through uncertainty, generate value and reinforcing ethical positioning of a corporation.
Recording Available -
The Banking sector after Covid19: How will it serve SMEs?Paul Griffiths
The pandemic has put the banks' SME clients on life-support from governments around the world; how will those SMEs come out of this crisis and will they be able to honour their debts to banks?
The pandemic has also radically changed how we buy, and how we pay.
It has propelled us towards a cashless society, it has changed how we finance purchases through the emerging of Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) Fintech schemes that mostly disintermediate banks. AI in the hands of Fintechs has made great leaps in predicting borrowers behaviours far better and more broadly than banks' traditional credit scoring systems thus making obsolete the banking sector' core competences, managing credit risk.
To cap it all, central banks in the main economies are threatening to launch their own digital currencies that would further disintermediate banks.
So, the webinar will delve into the daunting decisions that banks will have to make to stay in the game.
Recording availableEthics of Governance in Science: How relevant is its application to AI? Paul Griffiths
Homo sapiens is probably the most complex entity which has been observed in the universe.
Our species is complex physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
One of the most important characteristics of homo sapiens is curiosity. It has been argued that curiosity is one of the primary drivers which is responsible for the progress that has been made throughout former eons (Rovelli, 2016, p.233). It is being aware about, and sensitive to, our context – but more than that, ‘the key to true curiosity is pausing to ponder the causes’ (Isaacson, 2021, p.5).
Deep down, it is about being conscious about the limits of our knowledge.
However, curiosity need not always be a “good thing”. There is an aphorism which declares that curiosity killed the cat!
In science fiction, creating a device that will deliver super-intelligence (one that is even more complex than the human) gives its developers extraordinary or even unnatural powers with respect to other humans, but in the real world that is not even the worst-case scenario.
The serious threat is what happens in the case that super-intelligence arrives and those that have summoned it lose power over it?
In this webinar, we shall see that AI in its machine learning form poses threats to society of a magnitude that has never been experienced by the human species, including the exacerbation of the impact of other boundary stretching sciences such as nuclear power and human gene editing.
Nevertheless, curiosity must not be abated and AI’s development cannot be stopped because it also has the potential to transform human life in a positive manner, including the understanding of consciousness and how the human mind works.
For all the above, AI in its machine learning form, more than any other technology, needs to develop under the most sophisticated governance standards and these need to be defined now.
What are the ethical implications?
Where do we start to define those governance standards?
In this session, we will attempt to build inroads into these challenges.
Isaacson, W. (2021) The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race, Simon & Schuster: New York
Rovelli, C. (2017) Reality is not what it seems, Penguin Random House UK
Recording availableDocumentation and the methodology of governance and compliance or How to keep the directors out of jail George Kesteven
Traditional approaches to corporate documentation — a library of policies, procedures, manuals, and other documents — are not effective for managing multiple, complex compliance requirements.
• Carry a high, and frequently hidden, risk of non-compliance
• Are time-consuming and expensive to maintain and audit
• Do not provide executives and directors with assurance that their organization is aware of all its obligations and doing everything it should to meet them.
The knowledge management approach to governance and compliance documentation offers a solution to these problems. It provides a structured, disciplined approach to managing the organization’s obligations and the activities and controls it has in place to meet them.
• Is simpler to set up and operate
• Identifies overlaps, gaps, duplications of effort, and ambiguities of accountability and responsibility
• Reduces the total quantity of documentation (typically, in our experience, by over 60%)
• Provides line-of-sight governance: directors and executives can see that their organization is meeting its obligations
Target audience - Who would benefit from this webinar
• Managers with accountability for specific governance and compliance requirements (quality, safety, environment, KYC, TCF, etc)
• Managers with overarching accountability for governance and compliance
• Executives and directors with personal liability for their organization’s compliance status
Content and benefits of the webinar
1. The risks and costs of traditional documentation
2. The knowledge management approach
3. Integrated compliance, line-of-sight governance
4. Accountabilities, responsibilities, turf wars
5. Getting value from legacy documentation
Recording availableHow to Implement Digitalization Robin Speculand
Digitalization is rapidly becoming a hygiene factor in leading organizations. Leaders have now embraced the need and integrated it into every part of their business while staying focused on its value to customers.
Yet fewer than one in five digital implementations are succeeding.
The top reasons for such a high failure rate is that leaders fail to change their mindset and their organization’s culture. They don’t recognize it’s about transforming the whole business model, not applying “digital lipstick.”
In fact, leaders often find themselves overwhelmed with many different moving parts when implementing digital. They ask, “Should we start by adopting cloud or becoming agile or leveraging AI or integrating DevOps or focusing on security or training employees in new skills or becoming data-driven . . . ?”
First, a digital vision is required to ensure leaders are creating alignment across the business and consistency in actions and measures. They are then responsible for creating their “playbook” by (1) identifying how digitalization affects their customers and (2) deciding what needs to transform internally.
Still, many leaders struggle to understand not only what is required for their organization but also from themselves. This interactive presentation challenges them to avoid the most common mistakes and guides them toward what works. It presents the Ticking Clock© Model that identifies the three strategic stages and 11 operational steps for any organization implementing digital, and it sets up a holistic playbook for leaders to follow.
The presentation also shares digitalization best practices using cases and secrets from around the world while sharing insights from the Digital Implementation Playbook.
Pinpointing why digital implementation frequently fails
The Ticking Clock© Model – highlighting the strategic and operational requirements
Explaining how the Ticking Clock works with examples and use cases to reinforce key points
Discover more about Robin
Robin Speculand is a recognized pioneer and expert in strategy and digital implementation. He is driven to transform strategy implementation globally by inspiring leaders to adopt a different mindset and approach. He is the founder of three companies and three business associations. Robin is CEO of Bridges Business Consultancy Int and co-founder of the Strategy Implementation Institute and Ticking Clock Guys. A TEDx presenter, facilitator for IMD and an adjunct faculty member for Duke CE and Singapore Management University, this international bestselling author has sold more than 50,000 books worldwide. He recently co-authored the Digital Implementation Playbook.
Recording availableWhy women are great for sales and the bottom line Sue Barrett
It’s time we give women more credit for the real value they deliver to teams, customers, and business results.
Research shows that women have a higher win rate than men, which is consistent with the fact that women rate higher in key competencies for top sales performers.
However, research shows that the sales function has the second largest gender equity gap of all business functions after supply chain. The same research shows that companies with more women in their workforce achieve better business results. In addition, different research has found that sales units led by female managers displayed higher effectiveness in terms of better job satisfaction and job involvement; lower role ambiguity, job anxiety, and burnout; higher organisational commitment; and with a lower propensity for staff to leave.
So, business and sales leaders, what are we waiting for?
Join Sue Barrett where she will explore and answers questions on:
1. Why it pays to have more women in your sales team and leadership roles
2. What women and men can learn from each other when it comes to sales and leadership
3. What are the qualities that women bring to sales, especially large complex sales, that put them in the upper echelons of sales performers?
4. Women are progressing but there are still obstacles in their way. What's preventing women from reaching their potential?
Recording availableDesigning and Delivering Digital Presentations Ricky Nowak
Ricky helps leaders achieve transformational change and results for themselves, their teams, and their businesses.
She is committed to helping people develop their authentic style and presence so they can connect and communicate with greater results.
In this presentation, Ricky will have a conversation with you about how you can present virtually and have greater influence and impact. She will be sharing best practice examples, tips and techniques for you to use from the lounge room to the board room.
Let Ricky help you and your team.
Recording availableHow to Commercialise Conversations to Win More Business Ricky Nowak
Ricky Nowak helps leaders achieve transformational change and results for themselves, their teams, and their businesses. She is committed to helping people develop their authentic style and presence so they can connect and communicate with greater results.
In this presentation, Ricky will share with you tried, tested, and trusted ways to commercialise your conversations and win more business. Ricky will discuss how you can ask for the business, ask for referrals and ask your clients questions that really resonate with them on every level, so they want to do business with you.
This presentation focuses on to how you can increase your results and the results of your business by shifting your mindset from surviving to thriving.
Her proven five critical disciplines method covered in this presentation will bring you closer to your people, your business, and your customers.
Recording availableExcellence in Execution – More Critical than EverRobin Speculand
Leaders have been taught how to plan but not how to execute their plan, and this has created a strategy execution skills gap. The skills gap is a key reason that significantly more strategy executions fail than succeed.
This keynote addresses not only how leaders can become excellent in execution but why their success is more critical than ever.
After creating a strategy, leaders have to execute it, which is far from a fait accompli—especially in a digital world where execution can be extremely tough. Leaders themselves don’t execute strategy; their people do. Instead, they are responsible for overseeing the strategy they’ve crafted and then championing its execution.
Leaders are stewards of the strategy they create. Therefore, they must communicate it, align it to the culture, identify the right measures, change the processes, engage and support their people and constantly review its execution.
Strategy is about making the tough choices; execution is about taking the right actions.
Yet many leaders struggle because they underestimate the scale of the challenge and lack a framework to guide them. This results in taking the wrong actions at critical times. Due to accelerated market demands, they are also under pressure to deliver on their strategy promises quickly.
In providing leaders with the structure they require, this keynote introduces the Implementation Compass™. The Compass, a proprietary Bridges tool, highlights the eight areas of excellence in execution that direct leaders—and their whole organization—to take the critical right actions.
This straight-talking, highly engaging and informative presentation is invaluable to company leaders who want to avoid common pitfalls and achieve excellence in execution. It is delivered by a global thought leader and one of the most prolific writers in the subject – Robin Speculand.
• Why strategy execution is one of the hottest leadership topics today
• The Implementation Compass providing stories, videos and examples
• How leaders identify the right actions and develop the discipline to take them
• Lessons on what works and what doesn’t work from around the world
Using stories, examples, videos, provocative questions and mini case studies, this keynote gives leaders an understanding of how to conquer the strategy execution challenge for their company.
Robin Speculand is a recognized pioneer and expert in strategy and digital implementation. He is driven to transform strategy implementation globally by inspiring leaders to adopt a different mindset and approach. He is the founder of three companies and three business associations.
Recording availableMission Critical Knowledge Management (Part 2/2) Dr Jack Jacoby
If one eliminates the hype and slick sales pitch by vested interests, and examines the area of knowledge management from a business or organisational perspective, the solutions to knowledge management are not nearly as complicated or as expensive as they seem. Effective knowledge management is about identifying and securing the knowledge required to make the decisions needed to deliver the KPOs associated with each role within the organisation. Such knowledge is termed mission-critical knowledge. This methodology shows you how 3 metrics can inform the business simply and quickly where in the organisation its poor decisions are being made and where the organisation’s vulnerabilities lie.
Recording available Selling Better, Faster - Total Sales Team Turnaround Sue Barrett
Better, Faster - Total Sales Team Turnaround. We bring a well-researched 21st Century systems thinking approach to sales that includes a complete selling system which is engineered for growth, not personality driven. This is deliberate as we need leaders in business to shift their thinking away from seeing training as the ONLY solution to selling better when the right training is a part of the solution.
Recording availableDecision Hierarchy (Part 1 of 2)Dr Jack Jacoby
The Decision Hierarchy allows the organisation to state the relationship easily, accurately, and consistently between the organisation’s mission, and the way that every part of it contributes to that mission/purpose. The Hierarchy identifies a universal relationship between these elements that will accommodate the strategic choices made by corporations or the operational, structural, and cultural differences which exist in a heterogeneous, pragmatic, and commercial environment.
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Recording available Making Innovation Happen Bill Jarrard
Innovation is vital for success, particularly in tough and rapidly changing times, but according to research reports, organisations struggle to get it right. So why is embedding a focus on innovation frustrating organisational leaders? In this interactive presentation we explore why Innovation is Simple, But not Easy! You will learn that if you're serious about innovation, the first thing to do is to stop talking about it, and instead focus on the leadership actions needed to make it happen. By understanding your context for innovation and the ingredients involved in creating an organisational culture that supports creativity and innovation, you can take the necessary action to achieve enterprise innovation. This interactive presentation is based on Bill’s paper, Innovation is Simple, But not Easy!, which will be made available to all participants, plus some recent thoughts on how leaders can start to create a culture of innovation in their organisations.
Recording available The Five Disciplines of a Leader’s Mindset Ricky Nowak
The world is changing quickly. That ferocious speed is propelling us towards change and challenge in ways most of us thought would never happen to us in our lifetime. But challenged we are and the antidote to the anxiety now is taking action and not be exhausted by fear. The FIVE DISCIPLINES OF A LEADER’S MINDSET is designed to remove the noise and fear and replace it with results that are enduring, positive and exciting. Each component focuses on one of five exponential and exciting mindsets people need to unearth new models of work, community and home and help them develop resilient relationships and rewarding communication that fit into a brave new world. This presentation will include:
• Setting your mindset to set your outcome,
• The link between resilience and mindset,
• The gift of a growth mindset in volatile times.
Recording availableBiases in Decision-Making Dr Frank Ashe
If we accept there are cognitive biases in decision making, how can we account for this and help senior executives and Board members make better, less biased decisions? I’ll skip the academic studies and pull examples from the real world over a range of industries. Each example will demonstrate where bias could be present (we can never be sure!) and what could be done to reduce the likelihood of being affected. Management examples cover: strategy - development and execution; safety, touching on risk management in general; asset investment and divestment; managing people.
Recording availableWhy Does Risk Management Keep Failing? Dr Frank Ashe
There are plenty of examples of risk management failures just in this year, let alone through history. With risk management being discussed, and taught, over the last 2,500 years, why do we see it still failing? Risk is multi-faceted, so it’s not surprising to find that the reasons for its management failures come in various flavours. But one common factor is clear – risk management is undertaken by people, and people aren’t dependable. A bad risk culture is a favourite culprit these days, but there’s more to it than that.
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