About the Event
Today's workplaces are experiencing profound shifts as they respond to and prepare for increasing complexity in the world around us. Leaders at all levels are being called on to create more equitable, inclusive, socially aware, and sustainable organizational cultures. As a leader, you are expected to navigate yourself and others through these significant and wide-reaching social changes. In this session, you will have an opportunity to engage with others in a dialogue about what it means to be a leader in these times and to explore key strategies needed for leading today. Learn some of the fundamental concepts framing these shifts and how to redefine your own leadership role as you work adaptively and collaboratively to address and disrupt existing structures and systems.
About the speaker:
Georganne has been working in organizations in the area of leadership development, coaching, consulting and training for over 25 years. She is a faculty member at both the Justice Institute of British Columbia and Adler University. She is a cofounder, leadership consultant and coach with LeadershipMind Consulting, where her focus has been on leader, employee and team development. Her focus is mostly in not-profit, governmental and educational settings, although in previous days, she has done much work in corporate settings. She has developed and delivered curriculum on a wide range of topics, including collaborative leadership, building healthy teams, navigating conflict and many other areas of leadership development. She is passionate about helping people take their place as true compassionate, and skillful leaders. Georganne has a Masters Degree in Organization Development and is currently studying for her Doctorate in Social Sciences, focusing on leadership and human flourishing. Georganne lives on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish people, in Vancouver, with her partner, Anne and her black lab, Verdot.