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In-Dialogue2022-05-03T10:42:31+00:00

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Network and learn in a series of interactive webinars
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Advanced Executive Fluency

Join us for the report launch

When leaders become executives, they must become fluent in new ways of thinking, acting and being that are uniquely required for their enterprise-wide responsibility.

Now, perhaps more than ever, we need executives who can anticipate, navigate and lead in a disrupted and complex world. Leaders who are sufficiently well developed to meet the challenges of today.

In Waldencroft we have been exploring what these new ways of leading are and how can we develop them. Our resulting research report Advanced Executive Fluency, is being published on 13th May 2022. It’s the outcome of a research project by Dr Jacqueline Conway, with contributions from 17 CEOs.

This webinar is a chance to hear from Jacqueline what’s essential for executive leadership teams.

In our research, we have identified four ‘fluencies’:

  • Cognitive fluency: diagnose and work effectively with complexity
  • Futures fluency: anticipate possible futures and create a positive legacy
  • Ethical fluency: create just outcomes for all of your stakeholders
  • Emotional fluency: self-regulate internal emotional states to solve bigger problems

Join senior executive, HR and development professionals in an interactive session.

When?

Time: 08:45 – 10:00 on 13th May 2022 online via Zoom.

You’ll be sent full joining instructions when you register here

About the event

Join with senior executives and HR peers in a complimentary session that will help you to maximise the impact of your C-suite.

In an engaging and interactive virtual session, you will:

  • Learn about the context and challenges today’s leaders face
  • Understand what is meant by ‘fluency’
  • Learn more about the four fluencies
  • Consider the role of HR in supporting executive level leaders in developing these fluencies
  • Share experiences of leading in complexity and approaches to supporting leaders that are having a positive impact

Reasons to attend

  • The opportunity to hear in-depth insights and reflections from our research
  • A chance to reflect on the challenges of executive leadership in your organisation
  • Gain ideas on what you can do to support your executives become fluent and enable your organisation to thrive
  • Network and share experiences with other executives and senior HR leaders

This is a free 75 minute, live and interactive session.  Places are for senior executives and senior in-house HR leaders who have responsibility for executive effectiveness and development.

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Our ability to recognise and manage complexity has been transformed by the work that Jacqueline has done with us. She is a respected and trusted advisor to our Executive Team.

Gordon Dewar, CEO, Edinburgh Airport

My team and I have benefited enormously from Jacqueline’s coaching and guidance. She is quite simply the best in the business in this space.

Ray Fitzgerald, President & COO, WW

We have worked with Jacqueline as a facilitator of change. She’s well-structured, direct yet empathetic, and focused on organisational excellence, illustrated with credible examples.

Richard Williams, Principal & Vice Chancellor, Heriot-Watt University

Your executive team has the potential to be the most potent unit of performance in your organisation.

Find out the key to creating excellence in your executive team.

Our ability to recognise and manage complexity has been transformed by the work that Jacqueline has done with us. She is a respected and trusted advisor to our Executive Team.

Gordon Dewar, CEO, Edinburgh Airport

My team and I have benefited enormously from Jacqueline’s coaching and guidance. She is quite simply the best in the business in this space.

Ray Fitzgerald, President & COO, WW

We have worked with Jacqueline as a facilitator of change. She’s well-structured, direct yet empathetic, and focused on organisational excellence, illustrated with credible examples.

Richard Williams, Principal & Vice Chancellor, Heriot-Watt University
Can we help you?

Our Practice Areas

Anticipate

Using strategic foresight to anticipate the future

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Navigate

Solving intractable problems and navigating complexity

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Lead

Developing executive capacity to lead adaptive organisations

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The disruptors facing business today are too challenging for your executive leaders’ primary focus to be day-to-day execution.

Yet too many executive teams fail to balance their functional leadership: a focus on execution – with enterprise leadership: ensuring the organisation adapts in our new world.

And so often the relationships between executive leaders are characterised more by competition than collaboration.

We can help transform the impact and effectiveness of your ExCo.

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