Event: LEADERSHIP: AUTHORITY VS. INFLUENCE

 
  • When: Wednesday, 19th of July 2017, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (IST)
  • Price: Complimentary
  • Who should attend: HR Heads, L&D Heads, HR Managers and Senior HR & L&D Leaders
 

How should leaders lead? Everyone seems to have a theory, but none of them really challenge the basic assumption of leadership: that leaders need positional authority to lead. While the old school of thought says leaders should be authoritarian and know all the answers, the new school says that they should be collaborative and quick to embrace change. It all revolves around the not-so-crazy idea that the most influential leaders are the ones who can get people to follow them—without positional authority. It’s not as simple as flicking a switch, of course. Before chasing influential authority, leaders must first build a culture of trust and learn to sow ownership among their team members. Both of which requires tactical changes like team-based measurements, transparent communication, and exposing team members to user’s lives at a personal level. Join Niel Nickolaisen, Chief Technology Officer of O.C. Tanner, on July 19, 2017 as he discusses influential authority vs. positional authority and more in this webinar.

The Webinar covers:

  1. The difference between positional authority and influential authority, and how choosing the latter can make you a better leader
  2. The importance (and function) of the Trust/Ownership model and the Macro Leadership cube
  3. Real-world methods of building trust, growing ownership, connecting people to purpose with the goal of creating a culture of greatness that’s contagious

Speakers


Dana Rogers

Dana Rogers

Director, People Systems and Total Rewards, O.C. Tanner
Neil Nickolaisen

Neil Nickolaisen

Chief Technology Officer, O.C. Tanner
Sandra Christensen

Sandra Christensen

Vice President, Awards, O.C. Tanner

For more information contact…

Rinki Gulati
rinki.gulati@peoplematters.in
9999460870
0124 4412 311


Partners

  • O.C. Tanner

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