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December 2021 Webinar
December 2, 2021 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Sharilyn D. Franklin, Ph.D.
The Leadership Doctor
Decades ago, the term “Disruption” was perceived negatively and avoided by most leaders who strived for stability and some semblance of security. Today, however, the practice of disruption is coveted and has emerged as the new normal in both business and in life.
How did this happen? Will it continue? And how should individuals prepare to survive or thrive in a state of disruption?
According to Forbes, “the major cause of disruption is the rapid advancement of technology and globalization… and the key to surviving in a world of disruption, where the external environment is changing at lightning speed, is to change the game internally.”
Changing the game internally, clearly references organizational strategy but what kind of leader, attributes, sensibilities, and skillsets are required to deal with and/or deal out disruption?
During our session, we will:
- Explore and discuss the concept of disruption and the disruptive style of leadership.
- Consider the perspectives of both the disrupted and the disruptor.
- Share strategies for surviving and thriving in this hyper-competitive marketplace that is ever-evolving and increasingly disruptive.
More about Sharilyn:
Dr. Sharilyn Franklin (aka, The Leadership Doctor®️) has a long history of successfully working with individuals, teams, and organizations to identify problems and create opportunities. Dr. Franklin has received over 200 business, civic, or academic awards resulting from her work with brands like Goldman Sachs, Gillette, Sprite, and CNN to name a few.
She currently holds specialized certifications in Coaching, Teams, and Diversity & Inclusion. She also supports Webster University as the Executive-In-Residence for the Walker School of Business. In that role, she helps to improve and align academic offerings with industry demands. She also develops curriculum and travels globally throughout Webster’s system facilitating management topics, such as Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Human Capital, and Strategy. As an international professor, Dr. Franklin has inspired learners from all around the globe, including Russia, Pakistan, Ghana, and China to name a few. She is an acclaimed Consultant, Board-Certified Coach, and Catalyst for improved productivity and performance.