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Intentional Leadership: 8 Key Capabilities of Successful Leaders [Webinar]

Tuesday 24th August: Join Rose Patten, Chancellor of the University of Toronto, in an interview and event focusing on the eight capabilities of resilient and intentional leaders

 

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“We can thrive as leaders by intentionally and deliberately reinventing ourselves, checking our beliefs and placing far greater emphasis on human skills and other select but highly personal leadership qualities” says Rose Patten.

IEDP is delighted to welcome Dr. Rose M. Patten, Chancellor of the University of Toronto to deliver a timely webinar in which she will define intentional leadership and the eight key capabilities of successful leadership.

Dr. Patten who is also Special Advisor to the CEO and Senior Executives at BMO Financial Group and is an Honorary Colonel at the Canadian Armed Forces College, is uniquely qualified to lead this important webinar.

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Intentional Leadership: 8 Key Capabilities of Successful Leaders

Date: Tuesday 24th August, 2022

Time: London 2pm; Paris 3pm; Toronto 10am

Format: 1 hour (25 minute presentation + discussion + Q&A)

Speakers: Dr. Rose M. Patten, Chancellor of the University of Toronto, Adjunct Professor and Executive in Residence, Rotman School of Management. Hosted by IEDP’s Roddy Millar

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Rose Patten believes we can enhance our leadership practice by shifting our emphasis away from the traditional dimensions of leadership. Mastering the ‘Big 8’ leadership capacities will increase trust in your leadership and inspire every level of your organization, leading to greater performance.

The eight leadership capabilities include intentional leadership, character, adaptability, contextual communication, spirited collaboration, strategic agility, being intentional and developing other leaders.

Leadership is a skill that can be learned, believes Patten, but it requires continuous effort and a willingness to change as your professional and personal context changes. Today our context is uncertain and volatile, making this webinar essential and timely.

Takeaways from this webinar:

  • Insight to the essence of good leadership
  • A new perspective on your own leadership challenges
  • . Learn a more conscious and intentional manner of leading
  • Learn to promote self-awareness and intentional leadership in others

 

About the speaker: Dr. Rose M. Patten was elected Chancellor of the University of Toronto in 2018. She is also Special Advisor to the CEO and Senior Executives at BMO Financial Group. In this role she advises on select strategies with a particular emphasis on strategy execution, leadership development and succession for top leaders. Dr. Patten's career has spanned the four financial sectors—banking, trust, insurance and investment banking. She was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women in 2007. She is an experienced board member and has served on a number of corporate and philanthropic boards.

Dr. Patten is Adjunct Professor and Executive in Residence at the Rotman School of Management, teaching Senior Leadership, Talent and Succession, and Governance. The Rose Patten Mentoring Leadership Program has been named in her honour.

Most recently Dr. Patten was appointed Honorary Colonel, Canadian Armed Forces College—The College provides Leadership Development for all segments across the Military in this role she will provide advisory and advocacy for the College and Military organization.

 


Rotman School of Management is Canada’s leading business school and has Canada’s largest group of management faculty. It is home to some of the most innovative research institutes in the world





 
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