CCODN January 2012 Event: Innovative Leadership

  • 18 Jan 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Franklin University, Phillips Hall, Room 220-220A, 201 S. Grant Ave.

Registration

Innovative Leadership

Today's successful executives need to optimize their performance at individual, organizational, and global scales, within complex business environments.  They need to innovate the way they lead at the same pace as they innovate their products, services and processes.  During this session we will look at a comprehensive model to help leaders, coaches and OD professionals assess a leader's ability to implement transformative change.  Participants will score themselves on the innovative leadership scale and discuss the criteria.  Join us to learn why innovative leadership is the differentiator to implementing innovative business change. 

Outcomes/What participants will learn:
  • The 5 key domains of innovative leadership
  • How do I score on the 5 key innovative leadership domains?
  • Explore the 5 domains and potential improvement recommendations

Presenter Bio:


Maureen Metcalf, the President of Metcalf & Associates, Inc., is a distinguished leader, consultant, and teacher focused on helping leaders transform themselves and their organizations in service of creating healthy sustainable organizations that support their customers, employees and communities.  She is also the author of The Innovative Leadership Fieldbook.


Date:        Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Location:   Franklin University, Phillips Hall Room 220/220A

Visitor parking
available in lot C or D.

Time:       5:30 Check in, dinner and networking

               6:00-7:30 PM - Program

Cost: CCODN Members - $15 through January 16, 2012

         Non-members $30 through January 16, 2012
         Walk-ins/At the door - $35
         Sponsors - free
         First Time Guests - Free
- Contact Peggy Potter at
         peggy@ultimateassist.com to receive code to register
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