How do you build leaders for a globalised world? And how do you challenge yourself and continue to build on your own success?
This is just some of the ‘real talk’ we’ll be having at the 2016 Leadership Revolution.
Following the enormous success of last year’s event, we’re bringing together some of the world’s smartest and most influential thinkers for a series of talks, Q&As and executive coaching sessions that will challenge conventional thinking. You’ll also hear from game-changing industry players leading the way in innovation and collaboration, from companies including Siemens, Cisco, CSIRO and Cablex.
VIDEO:The world’s #1 leadership thinker reveals the 3 keys to leadership success
Peter Ryan talks to Dr Marshall Goldsmith about the key characteristics shared by successful leaders – and the most common mistakes they make. What is the “success delusion”? And what is the “superstition trap”? Find out in this short 13-minute taste of what Dr Goldsmith will bring to the Leadership Revolution.
VIDEO: Aussie Leadership in 11 minutes
The ABC’s Senior Business Correspondent, Peter Ryan, talks to Liz Skelton about Australian culture and its impact on our capabilities as leaders. What does Liz mean when she refers to “counterfeit leadership” and the “seduction of a singular leader”? And how has recent instability in Australian political leadership affected the global perception of our country?
Marshall Goldsmith’s visit to Australia for the Leadership Revolution could not have been better timed, with the world still digesting the stunning result of the US Presidential Election. Here, in an interview with ABC Radio 774’s Jon Faine, Marshall discusses the divisions among Americans that have led to the success of Donald Trump, and offers his insights regarding the likely social, political and economic fallout.
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