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The Leaders required to support the transition to a sustainable economy
January 25 @ 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm GMT
The 21st Century is placing unique demands on our leaders. The transition to a sustainable economy requires an evolution in how leaders show up and utilise their inner resources. To have the desired impact it is no longer sufficient for good managers to call themselves leaders.
Self-awareness and self-knowledge, allied with constant development and the ability to host critical conversations are what differentiate good leaders from great leaders. No matter the size of your organisation.
In this event, the inchigo Team, a P27 Strategic Partner, shares their human-centric approach to business leadership development.
Please note that this webinar will not be recorded – it will be held under the Chatham House Rule. After the event, everyone booked will receive the main takeaways.
Who should attend?
Founders and leaders of growing Small and Mid-sized Businesses (SMBs) who want to grow and make the world a better place. They want to reduce their environmental impact or take advantage of the green economy. It is also for executives at larger businesses working with SMBs.
Russell Saunders, Partner, inchigo
Russell is a highly sought after and skilled facilitator, coach and MC. He is equally comfortable and effective working with individuals, teams or large groups. He began his working life in sports and then shifted sharply into the Performing Arts before jumping into business. He brings the skills and insights he developed in his previous careers as a tennis player and coach and then as an actor to engage, communicate and inspire the people he works with. He utilises his passion for the development of people and organizations and his experience of working with the senior levels of many businesses to create programmes that explore the skills, the mind-set and the techniques for Leadership, Engagement and Change.
Moderator: a business advisor from P27.
To reflect on what is leadership today, and the role leaders can play in supporting the transition to a greener economy.