Navigating the new demands of leadership

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In only a few years, there has been a radical change in our expectations of leaders.

Demands have arisen on multiple fronts: leadership is now more personal and individual; leaders must be tech-savvy while being human-focused; leaders must straddle the needs of employees with the often-conflicting needs of the business.

Mindsets and skillsets required to lead today and into the future are evolving faster than ever, and many organizations are behind in equipping leaders to continually keep pace and succeed.

 

What you will learn 

In this one-hour virtual panel session, you will hear two future-focused thought leaders from Fortune 100 companies, discuss the future of leadership with facilitator Michelle Moore, a Leadership and Transformation expert and HORN SVP, Client Solutions and Delivery. Specifically, they will discuss:

  • What will be required to lead successfully in the future, and
  • How they are preparing leaders in their own organizations

 

Meet your Panel

 

Chris Scott, Director of Talent, Nestlé Canada

Chris leads leadership and talent development for Nestlé Canada. The insight Chris brings to this role is informed by a wealth of cross-functional business experience as well as direct experience in leadership roles. Chris has a lifelong passion for finding innovative ways to help young talent and developing managers grow as leaders. He is exceptionally well-informed on – and always ready to discuss – new ideas of leadership and people development.

 

Michelle Moore, SVP Client Solutions & Delivery, HORN 

Michelle’s 25+ years of experience with leading organizations around the globe include working on the strategic level to use human capital to solve complex business challenges, as well as on the individual level to help leaders maximize personal effectiveness. She is passionate about the impact of technology on organizations, teams and people – a forward-thinking expert in leadership and workplace trends.

 

Jo Ann Miele, Director Talent Management, Bayer Canada

With 25+ years of HR experience in leadership, transformational change, and talent management, Jo Ann is a strategic and results-driven organizational development leader. Her thought leadership is informed by extensive experience with C-suite leaders in both global Fortune 500s and leading Canadian organizations. Jo Ann has an impressive track record in transforming culture, positively impacting employee performance and achieving long-term business goals.

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