Today’s leaders face a unique set of challenges—economic uncertainty, technological shifts, and recovery from a pandemic have all taken a toll on how both leaders and employees see themselves and their talents.
This insightful webinar examined the key leadership tensions that global organizations must address for their people to lead effectively and successfully.
Research conducted by the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) in association with ExecOnline, surveying more than 43,000 leaders around the globe, shows why your organization must understand and work to resolve the challenges and pressures leaders face, to thrive and flourish in this environment.
Organizations must also equip their leaders with the tools they need to resolve these tensions, prioritize resources, and manage conflicting demands. In turn, these efforts can also improve performance and retention among leaders.
Key takeaways from the webinar:
- An understanding of the 3 key leadership tensions global managers face in 2023
- Critical skills for leaders to alleviate these tensions
About the speakers:
Kathryn Kernick leads CCL’s coaching business across Europe, having previously held General Management, Client Advisory, and Engagement Director roles. She brings 20+ years’ experience of partnering with organizations globally to address critical leadership challenges and is passionate about transforming individuals, teams, and organizations.
Jeneva Patterson is a Senior Faculty member at CCL based in Brussels. Her vast and diverse experience in multiple sectors, for corporate and not-for-profit global, Fortune 50 organizations offers expertise and additional perspectives for CCL’s clientele. Jeneva serves as both a faculty member and leadership coach and is responsible for design, delivery, facilitation, and organization of development solutions. Topics of expertise include culture change, women’s leadership, cross-cultural communication, diversity and inclusion, virtual team development, positive psychology, mindfulness, and resilience.