Global Voices: What does future-ready leadership look like? Elissa Farrow and Dr Thomas Mengel (Members webinar event)
Times are: 6pm EDT (27th September) 8am AEST, 11am NZDT (28th September)
The Change Management Institute's Global Voices series promotes and shares the latest research and thinking in international change management. Regardless of where you are based, you have access to the voices that shape the profession around the globe.
The Global Voices series is available to our Members only.
What can we learn from past and present leadership approaches to prepare and anticipate future challenges and scenarios?
Join us in conversation with Elissa Farrow, a futurist, researcher and PhD candidate at the University of Sunshine Coast and Dr Thomas Mengel, Professor of Leadership Studies at the University of New Brunswick, Canada.
Drawing on years of research, we will explore and share:
- Insights presented in Dr Mengel’s book: Leadership for the Future: Lessons from the Past, Current Approaches, and Insights from Futures Studies and Foresight.
- The role of artificial intelligence (AI) and knowledge in leadership processes for the future
- How these insights might impact the focus of change professionals who are often supporting and developing change leadership
- Explore value oriented leadership and the change managers role in co-creating meaningful futures together.
About our Speakers
Dr Thomas Mengel
Dr Thomas Mengel is Professor of Leadership Studies at the University of New Brunswick, Canada, and holds degrees in theology, adult education, history, and computer science. He has worked and consulted in project management and leadership in both Europe and North America, and is also a professional futurist and writer. He has published widely including editing and contributing to Mengel, T. (2021; ed.) Leadership for the Future: Lessons from the Past, Current Approaches, and Future Insights. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Elissa Farrow is the founder of 'About Your Transition' a consulting group specialising in futures strategy design, implementation and adaptation. She has held a range of global board positions including with the Change Management Institute and in organisations promoting the prevention of domestic and family violence. She holds graduate degrees in management, project management, social science; her doctoral research due for completion in 2021 is examining organisational adaptation implications for organisations as result of Artificial Intelligence.
- Times are 6pm EDT (27th Sepember) 8am AEST, 11am NZDT (28th September)
- 60 minutes duration
- FREE for members
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