Organisations, Cultures, Boundaries: Exploring New Leadership in a Networked World
That we live in a very networked world may seem obvious, given the variety of communication and social media tools available. For some time, these tools have meant practically instantaneous global communication, and each intersection and interconnection in this networked environment brings its own influence on the aggregation of the organisation culture.
At a time when the great resignation (employees exiting the workforce in mass numbers and recalibrating their priorities) is trending globally, contemporary leadership is called to adjust their vision, values, boundaries, and organisational culture to respond to pervasive stakeholders’ anxieties, fears and fantasies.
How do we lead in a time of blurred boundaries between work and home, with personal space no longer private from the instant intrusion of work and other community demands? How do we lead in a 21st century networked environment, while managing our own leadership, personal and organisational anxieties, in a global system under review?
This 5th Caribbean Group Relations Conference, Organisations, Cultures, Boundaries: Exploring New Leadership in a Networked World, taking place online from 17 — 19 November, 2022, provides a space to explore how our cultures, organisations and the boundaries we have created can adjust to facilitate the visionary leadership required in this networked relationship space.
More information about the conference can be found here.