Leadership and Chaos: Simplifying the Complexity
Date: October 3, 2016
Time: 7:00 pm- 8:15 pm
Place: Business Building Room 125
Leadership is difficult and seemingly overwhelming as leaders are called to operate in complex and, at times chaotic, environments. According to a Global Chief Executive Officer Study conducted by IBM (2010), "Today's complexity is only expected to rise, and more than half of the CEOs doubt their ability to manage it" (p.8). This seminar equips leaders with simple principles from complexity science to develop a lens for understanding systems thinking, lead and manage complex environments, and bring about systemic change.
Speaker: Dr. John Shoup, Dean of CBU School of Education.
The first 20 people to arrive to this seminar with be given a copy of Leveraging Chaos - The Mysteries of Leadership and Policy Revealed
Written by John R. Shoup and Susan Clark Studer
There is no cost to attend, but we require registration so that we know how many people to expect. Register using the form below: