We live in a time of unprecedented speed, connection, and uncertainty, says University of Toronto chancellor Rose M. Patten.
While many organizations are adapting to this new reality by reinventing business models, fewer are examining the implications of these changes for developing effective leadership. In her new book Intentional Leadership, Patten draws on her expertise and a framework tested with more than 900 senior leaders across industries and geographies to shine a spotlight on this emergent and often neglected space.
UWindsor chancellor Mary Jo Haddad will join Patten to discuss her case for continuous renewal, focusing on the human side of leading, on Monday, Jan. 30.
The conversation promises tools and tips for self-awareness, feedback, intention, adjustment, and practice that will help attendees to develop as intentional leaders. It will run 5 to 6 p.m., in person in Desautels Hall at the Rotman School of Management, 105 St. George St., Toronto; or virtually by livestream.
Registrants to either will receive 30 days’ access to a video replay of the session and a hardcover copy of Intentional Leadership: The Big 8 Capabilities Setting Leaders Apart. Find details and buy tickets on the event website.