RECORDED: 20 September 2017
Over the past decade, the leadership landscape has changed. Globalization, technology, diversity, and market volatility have made the world of work more complex, fast paced, and unpredictable.
Data suggests that leaders and managers are struggling to keep up. Based on our norms, today’s leaders and managers now feel they have less information to do their job well. They think their own bosses are providing less recognition for good performance and less support for work-life balance. Relationships with colleagues are not as collaborative as they once were. And, in some organizations, commitment levels are declining.
In this webinar, we will:
• Discuss the leadership challenges of the day;
• Identify resilient and maladaptive responses to stress;
• Provide HR and Leadership Development specialists with new ways to help their leaders and managers manage themselves and their direct reports.
Who should attend?
Human Resources Director Level and Above
Patrick Hyland, Ph.D., Consulting Services Leader, Washington, DC., Mercer Sirota