Leadership for the Execution of Strategy
We invite you to join this unique opportunity to hear compelling insights from the Global Research Project at the Palladium Group | Leadership for the Execution of Strategy webinar. The research team, a unique collaboration between industry and academia, led by research partners Palladium Group, Monash University and the University of Queensland, will share insights from the second phase of a three-year field research program designed to understand the essential leadership qualities required to drive successful strategy execution. This webinar will build on the Global Leadership for the Execution of Strategy Forums conducted by the research team in October 2012.
Share in findings that will make a fundamental difference to how your organization leads the execution of strategy and deals with the hurdles to strategy execution. Learn about the different approaches of high and low performing organizations and receive practical tips that will make a real difference to you and your organization. This webinar will address:
- Feedback from the research highlighting the critical leadership barriers to execution
- Practical models that can be applied to assessing “leadership fitness” for execution
- Best practices from high and low performing organizations
- The importance of “sense of meaning” as a critical performance enabler
This webinar will be highly interactive, including the use of practical tools to ensure that you can contribute to the research and provide you will tangible outcomes that you can use in your organization. All participants will also receive a pre-publication copy of the forthcoming Leadership for the Execution of Strategy Whitepaper.
View a summary of the research findings in this video
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UQ Business School's Professor Charmine Härtel, an internationally renowned organizational psychologist and management scholar presents on the Leadership for the Execution of Strategy Webinar Series. Professor Härtel is reporting on findings from an ARC Linkage Project, which she is lead Chief Investigator on.