Workshop Session | Thursday, June 28 | 11:55 – 12:40 p.m.
Track: Leadership Development
Work has changed, so why haven’t our leadership strategies? Today’s organizations are idea factories, constantly trying to keep up in an intensely competitive, innovative global marketplace. Gone are the days when leadership meant keeping track of clear, steady progress towards well-defined goals. We’re living in a creative economy, and leading top talent means understanding how learners are motivated. In this session we’ll explore: 1. The paradox of psychological safety; 2. The role of control; and 3. The myth of money as motivation. Attendees will learn how to ditch the habits that are holding their leaders, their teams and their organizations back, and explore new tools for leading the workforce of the future.
What will you learn?
- Understand how leading a learning organization differs from leading a “doing” organization
- Apply these strategies in an interactive simulation
- Synthesize learning with current challenges in your environment
|Katy Tynan, Chief Talent Strategist, Liteskip Consulting Group
Katy Tynan is the bestselling author of practical guides to leadership and career development, and an internationally recognized expert on how work is evolving. In a world where 70 percent of employees are disengaged, Katy helps organizations ditch out of date management practices and create an inspiring, engaging culture.
Over her 20-year career span in talent development, Katy has worked with hundreds of emerging and established leaders to improve their skills and master the art and science of management.
Katy is the author of Survive Your Promotion! The 90 Day Success Plan for New Managers, and her latest book, How Did I Not See This Coming? A New Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster from ATD Press.