What’s it all about? New demands on the HR profession – business partnerships, strategy and analytics, and values-based thinking – suggest the need for an evolving leadership model. Tricia Naddaff, President of MRG in Portland, Maine, offers a fresh way to view this leadership conundrum by breaking down the challenge into three imperatives. The imperatives for shared leadership, organizational effectiveness, and HR impact. Tricia begins by describing how leadership has evolved over the past 6 decades to the point where it is unrealistic to expect individual leaders to be effective on their own at the full range of expectations. Part two looks at modern organizational conditions that challenge leaders to be impactful and identifies how organizations can support the success of leaders and non-leader employees. The denouement (and where we will spend most of our time) looks at the HR role in creating and supporting leaders who can drive more effective organizational practices and cultures. Witness new research on the Best Leadership Practices of highly effective HR leaders – helping HR leaders to think about their leadership growth goals.
Why you’ll want to participate in this session.
- Explore a new model of shared executive leadership that encourages growth and vitality, recognizes that the amalgam of talent needed for business success rarely resides in the guise of one person, and at the same time keeps the management team connected to time-honored vision and values.
- Gain a better understanding of how current organizational and market conditions impact effectiveness and your business bottom line.
- Learn how to employ HR as the fulcrum for building c-suite and other alliances that enhance this new model of shared leadership and organizational effectiveness.
Approved for SHRM Credit and HRCI Business Credit.