TLN’s mission is to support leadership development professionals and to progress leadership development in Australasia and the Indo-Pacific.
The initial phase of Covid was a crisis in which we increasingly sought formal authority to deliver direction, protection and order. This session aims to build our profession’s capability to build leadership post crisis: how do we help individuals, teams, organisations and nations exercise leadership in the road ahead, to recover and to emerge a new, better world? With on-balcony themes combined with dance-floor practicalities, this session is intended to be a significant support to our highly impactful profession.
Julia Fabris McBride is Vice President of Kansas Leadership Center and has been at the forefront of best practice in virtualising leadership programs. This session focuses on creating an online holding environment - an emotional safe space in which leadership development can occur, and considering other challenges of online programs and activities. For LD professionals only.
Location: Online Date: October 6 2020 Time: 10am AEDT / 9.30am ACDT / 8.30am ACST / 7am AWST / 11am FJT / Noon NZDT Duration: 60 minutes + 30 minute post-session peer debrief
Free for TLN members, A$50 non-members. (+GST for Australian registrants)
Numbers are limited.
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TLN is a non-profit member association, founded in 1995. Over the past several years we've held multiple highly acclaimed events, featuring Marty Linsky, Niki Vincent, Ed O'Malley, Lisa Lahey, Brigid Nossal, Philip Hayton and many others. We're focusing on building our profession by bringing leadership practitioners together to make progress and build networks. We want to benefit the world through better leadership development in individual practitioners and in business, government and civic organisations.
Leadership Network exists to support individuals and organisations who build
leadership capacity in their organisations and communities.
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