The best leaders are those who are willing to learn from unlikely sources.
The tragedy of leadership is that all too often it carries with it the expectation that all learning has already taken place, all expertise is already locked in. The result? Little or no room for questions, explorations and discoveries.
Life is much more interesting if it is an ongoing quest for knowledge, if we remain curious rather than certain.
Join us for this 60 minute webinar that will take place on the 28th August 2023.
7pm Johannesburg | 6pm London | 1pm New York
(The recording will be available for those who can't attend either live call.)
The world needs a new leadership response to a global context of change, complexity and uncertainty. Keith is passionate about helping audiences around the world to understand what this response looks like and to equip leaders with the tools needed to respond to this changing context.
His focus is on intentionally building the capacity to help leaders understand the implications and meaning of change. His research and global experience of over 20 years has helped him identify the key-defining factors of a successful leader in the 21st century with the ability to learn, grow and be adaptable.
Keith works in numerous international executive leadership programmes and with business schools including London Business School, Duke CE, the Asia Pacific Leadership Program and the Gordon Institute of Business Science. He consults directly with clients at a board, executive and senior leadership level across a wide range of industries and sectors on subjects that include the future of leadership, global trends, strategy, diversity and talent