Effective leadership and organisational resilience in this new era of uncertainty and disruption are very different. We face a new era of radical uncertainty and disruption brought about by slow-moving challenges, such as climate change, meeting the needs of an ageing society and tackling poverty and respond to shocks including pandemic, extreme weather, and terrorism.
Resilience is not only about bouncing back, but also thriving when faced with adversity. How might you help your organisations to be agile, leverage opportunities and drive innovation in order to remain competitive, and even sustainable, in the face of challenging conditions?
Over the last 20 years, we have been working with policymakers, executives and those in leadership roles to implement a strategic approach to enhancing organisational resilience.
2 days Program that will show you leadership mind set shifts are required to develop organizational resilience.
Learn how to build a mind set whereby people pick up on, report and respond to the early signals of impending issues
Explore how to build commitment to resilience with key influencers at all levels across the organisation, rather than it being the responsibility of an individual or specialist department
Master the Cranfield resilience framework to make strategic choices about resilience and to provide a clear direction of travel
Understand and use the Cranfield resilience framework to clarify the assumptions, culture, processes and practices that need to be in place to move to the desirable future state
How to embrace paradox and balance the need for risk management and compliance with the need to be able create the conditions for creativity, innovation and adaptation
Recognise the leadership approach that is needed for uncertain and unpredictable times
Professor David Denyer
David Denyer is a Professor, consultant, writer and speaker with an international reputation for his research on leadership and change.
Professor Kim Turnbull James
Kim is a Chartered Psychologist, with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from University College, London and a PhD from the University of Aston, Birmingham, she is also a member of the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Elmar Kutsch
Elmar Kutsch has held a variety of senior management positions and has successfully delivered large projects for finance and public sector organizations in Germany.
Quentin Dunstan has over twenty years’ experience in coaching and business development and joined BSI in 2015.
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