How can we solve new and emerging problems in today’s rapidly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world?
Our Adaptive leadership program with Pat Reed is a strategic program designed for leaders at all levels to drive positive change. The adaptive leadership approach was developed by Ronald Heifetz and Marty Linsky at Harvard University as a response to the inadequacies of current leadership. It recognises the need for adaptive leaders to mobilise teams to tackle adaptive challenges.
This MasterClass with agile thought leader, Pat Reed is designed to help resolve the most pressing and perplexing challenges leaders face. It will help you to break through obstacles, continuously learn, adapt and develop new capabilities to thrive in complex, competitive, and challenging environments where there are no easy answers. You will engage in a learn-by-doing methodology and explore scenarios where you can apply techniques to envision and design the future while experiencing new ways of thinking and working in teams. This experiential program is designed to help leaders to create adaptive learning organisations of the future.
About Pat Reed
Pat is an experienced agile executive, transformational leader, and adjunct professor. Pat has 40+ years of experience in roles such as Executive Director at the Walt Disney Company/Walt Disney Pictures & Television, Senior Director at Universal Studios Motion Picture Group, CIO at GameWorks and Senior Director at Gap Inc. More recently Pat has worked as a consultant with organisations such as eBay to improve their organisational agility.
Pat’s unique skills include transformational leadership, connecting strategy to delivery and solving business challenges by leveraging deep domain knowledge of human behaviour, patterns and design thinking, and empirical methods with a focus on value.
Corporate group?In-house/private course query
During this course, you will learn about:
Anyone in, or aspiring to be in, leadership roles with a willingness to challenge the status quo and embrace change.
A willingness to challenge traditional thinking and a desire to deliver outcomes for the organisation.
This course will contribute 14 PMI® Professional Development Units (PDUs) towards your chosen certification (7 leadership hours and 7 strategic hours).