The future of work will change, but what will make our leaders thrive and succeed in the future? In order to nurture leadership skills for the future we will need very specific competencies. Motivators are changing and we are entering a new era for leadership.

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How do we future proof our next generation executive?

The pace of change shows no sign of slowing down and the workforce is rapidly evolving. Jobs will be introduced and jobs will be eliminated. Is your organisation future ready? What are the behaviours that will drive our businesses forward, guide it through change and inspire our people to achieve greatness?

In this informative and interactive event we will share research identifying the fundamental characteristics of our future leaders and what steps you could be taking to be a next generation executive. To increase your chances of success as a leader in the future, come and discover what futurists are predicting are the critical leadership approaches and characteristics for 2020 and beyond.

Our aim is to equip you with the tools and strategies to take a longer term, and more ambitious view of your capacity to positively shape the changes that are coming. How can we prepare our people for the leadership challenges in the future and how should we transition people when jobs change?

The FOW is an active and ongoing conversation. Join IBM and IMNZ in this interactive and informative event.

 

 

Auckland

When:  5:00 (for a 5:30pm start) - 7pm on
            Thursday 17th August 2017
Where: BNZ Building - Level 7, Deloitte Centre,
            80 Queen Street, Auckland 1010
Price: Complimentary for members,
          $45 for non-members + GST

Wellington

When:  12:00 (for a 12:30pm start) - 2pm on
            Tuesday 22nd August 2017
Where: HRINZ Head Office – Level One,
            11 Chews Lane, Wellington
Price: Complimentary for members,
          $45 for non-members + GST


Aug 22
Tue 12:00 PM - Tue 02:00 PM
WellingtonIMNZ
  • Event
  • Free for IMNZ Members Free
  • $45.00 excl. GST

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