Are you facing leadership challenges in your daily work? Do you want to become a leader who is both analytical and self-aware, with a strong sense of responsibility; someone who understands how to make people thrive and who has the confidence to take the organisation forward?
We have the pleasure to welcome Dr Sharon Varney for a session on leadership in complexity and change where you have the opportunity to explore today’s leadership landscape, discuss the leadership challenges it brings and discover new possibilities for leadership and change.
You will be able to experience an interactive session including discussions and group work. Identify a valuable step you can take to adapt your leadership for a complex world that is in constant motion!
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Dr Sharon Varney began her career working in complex organisations with an international reach – manufacturing, utilities, travel, banking, oil and gas. In the early 2000s, she came across complexity theory. And so began her journey into academia as she explored what complexity theory meant for leadership and change practice. Now, Sharon brings those insights into her leadership and organisation development work in many different sectors and is constantly striving to advance the leading edge of informed practice. Sharon is Director in Practice for The Henley Forum and teaching on the Executive Certificate in Leadership.
Her new book, ‘Leadership in Complexity and Change: For a world in constant motion’ addresses complexity straightforwardly without dumbing it down. It draws on her award-winning doctoral research and subsequent application of key ideas by a wide range of managers and professionals in diverse sectors from retail to healthcare, finance, charities and government bodies.