April 28, 2011
We’ve evolved from Management to Leadership, and now need to evolve to Creativeship, defined as the necessity to create an organizational culture that can compete and thrive in this new era.
The combination of technological advances (including social media), globalization, shifting economic drivers, government intervention, vastly different motivational drivers within different generations, and the emergence of social responsibility is leading to a pronounced shift in the definition of leadership. Over the past 25 years, we have seen the shift from managing things, data, process (management) to leading people (leadership). Going forward, leaders will now need to focus on Creativeship – defined as creating sustainable cultures.
Attendees will be pushed to think differently on how best to flourish in this era of speed, technological advances, and innovation.
Key take-a-way points include:
- Why you need to link your employment brand to your product or service brand
- Importance of thinking global
- Why and how to leverage social media
- Best practices to boost innovation, speed, technology, engagement, purpose, inclusion, collaboration, and engagement
Monster would like to thank Bob Kelleher for presenting this webinar.
Author and Founder of the Employee Engagement Group
Bob Kelleher is the author of the critically acclaimed book, Louder Than Words – 10 Practical Employee Engagement Steps...that Drive Results (climbed to the #3 Workplace book, #5 HR book, and #12 Management book on Amazon). Bob is also a noted speaker, thought leader, and consultant on the subjects of employee engagement, workforce trends, and leadership. Bob is also the founder of The Employee Engagement Group, www.EmployeeEngagment.com). Before opening his own consulting business, Bob was the Chief Human Capital Officer for AECOM, a Fortune 500 global professional services firm, with 45,000 employees located in 450 offices throughout the world. Before joining AECOM in 2005, Bob worked for ENSR as an Executive Vice President of Organizational Development, and Chief Operating Officer. While at AECOM and ENSR, Bob spearheaded award winning employee engagement programs and initiatives.