115 Adaptive Leadership

115 Adaptive Leadership
Yesterday's adaptations are today's routines
115 Adaptive Leadership

Adaptive leadership is a practical approach to solving business issues throughout organizations. The process guides leaders at all levels on how to identify and focus on the what’s important when facing changes or challenges in their business environment.  The Adaptive Leadership theory was introduced by Harvard professors Marty Linksy and Ronald Heifetz, with the belief that businesses are constantly changing and adapting to these changes involves diagnosing, interrupting, and innovating as a means of creating capabilities that align with the aspirations of an organization. The model allows leaders to go beyond simply addressing issues by finding creative ways to solve them utilizing the skills and talents of all employees throughout all levels of an organization. This course is a combination of pre-work, live content delivery, and workshops.

Instructor: BJ Snowden is the Dean of the West Sacramento Center at the Sacramento City College, and is part of the 2021 Board of Directors at the American Leadership Forum.
3/15/2024 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Behavioral Health Auditorium A & B 1925 E. Dakota Ave Fresno, CA 93726

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