Have you ever met someone who seems to have a natural gift for leading people?
They appear blessed with an innate understanding of how people work, how to engage them and get the best out of them. It can often seem like they have superpowers.
The truth is, effective, modern leadership isn’t supernatural. Leaders aren’t born; they are shaped through a set of skills - available to everyone - that can be learned, practised and honed over time. The key is being intentional about the leader you want to be.
Whether you’re a start-up, NFP or a multi-national organisation, the impact of a modern approach to leadership that focuses on human connection is priceless – allowing you to better connect with others, collaborate more effectively and inspire those around you.
Join us as we speak with Pete Shepherd, leadership coach, Founder of Human Periscope and former Head Coach of Seth Godin’s altMBA, who has worked with executive leaders from Fortune 500 companies and brands as diverse as Google, Slack, Woolworths, Westpac, the Royal Australian Navy and UNICEF.
In this session, you’ll learn:
Richard Wilkins Director, Marketing and Communications, Asia Pacific, O.C. Tanner
Richard has communicated the powerful impact of meaningful employee recognition to Asia Pacific markets for more than a decade. Over that time, he has consulted with numerous ASX200 companies on recognition brand, change and embedment strategies. Through a range of leadership roles spanning marketing, creative design, sales and product, Richard constantly seeks to identify and share stories of the profound human impact of recognition and its ability to help people thrive at work.
A member of the O.C. Tanner Asia Pacific leadership team since 2014, Richard has an extensive B2B technology background, having previously held a range of sales, marketing and communications roles within the fintech sector.
Pete Shepherd Founder & Director, Human Periscope
Pete Shepherd is the Founder and Director of Human Periscope, a company whose mission is to help leaders be better leaders. They do this by focusing on the real, human skills of leadership through leadership development programs, executive coaching and keynotes.
For over a decade Pete has supported companies right around the world including Google, Westpac, Woolworths, Kraft Heinz, UNICEF and The Australian Navy as well as some of the world’s brightest minds including 20 times best-selling author Seth Godin.
Pete is a TEDx speaker, writer and co-host of the weekly podcast The Long and The Short Of It (which has had over 400,000 downloads across 150+ countries).
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