Most good leaders want and try to become better. Unfortunately, few of them implement these good intentions. Leadership sustainability has to show up not only in personal intentions but also in observable behaviors.
HR leaders and talent managers need to think of themselves as leader-makers, helping leaders figure out why they should change, what they should change and helping them build discipline on how they should make the change work. Successful leaders know who they are and what they stand for.They know who they are; they know what values are important to them; and they communicate their objectives in a powerful way. And that’s why their transformative leadership skills drive tremendous value into their businesses.
In this webinar, Dave Ulrich will help you think critically about the actions you must take to prepare your organization and leaders for positive change. We’ll talk about:
- How to summon the vision and courage necessary for driving change.
- Asking tough questions that can help leaders shape their vision.
- Sharpening mental and emotional toughness to make strategic, lasting change.
- Implementing the right changes and dealing with disruptions they may cause.
- Sustaining and managing momentum.
David Ulrich - Professor - Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Dave Ulrich is a Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan and a partner at the RBL Group (http://www.rbl.net) a consulting firm focused on helping organizations and leaders deliver value. He studies how organizations build capabilities of leadership, speed, learning, accountability, and talent through leveraging human resources. He has helped generate award winning data bases that assess alignment between strategies, organization capabilities, HR practices, HR competencies, and customer and investor results.
He has published over 200 articles and book chapters and over 25 books. He edited Human Resource Management 1990-1999, served on editorial board of 4 Journals, on the Board of Directors for Herman Miller, and Board of Trustees at Southern Virginia University, and is a Fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources.