"Successful organizations of the future will by fully engaged, balanced teams of men and women working together synergistically to produce extraordinary results. Integrated Leadership is the new competitive advantage for organizations and institutions in the 21st Century or for driving better business results." - Rebecca Shambaugh
Today’s research and trends have shown that organizations with inclusive cultures and leadership yield greater levels of engagement, collaboration, and bottom line performance. Despite the business case for inclusion only 66% of employees said that less than half of the managers and leaders in their organization are inclusive. The investment of companies’ time, money, and resources to grow, advance, and retain their female leaders is not happening as quickly as we need it to.
So, what’s the problem? Today’s organizations need to be adaptable to be able to manage workplaces of the future and to create cultures that are not only diverse but that also leverage that diversity for competitive advantage. Men still represent over 80% of the executive suite and corporate boards and should be an important part of the solution for creating an inclusive leadership model that represents greater diversity and better gender-balanced leadership teams. To make real progress and achieve inclusive leadership we must learn to engage men, women, and the organization.
This unique and powerful forum, led by Rebecca Shambaugh, leadership expert and CEO of SHAMBAUGH, will engage a diverse slate of leaders and executives in a conversation regarding their vision for an inclusive workplace. The goal is to highlight how organizations and leaders can grow and sustain the differentiating environment that fosters inclusion and collaboration while increasing the number of women at the leadership table.
SHAMBAUGH will design the specific approach, format, and questions for your Fireside Chat so it addresses your core issues and opportunities. Topics may include:
This offering builds on Rebecca Shambaugh’s groundbreaking new book, Make Room for Her, Why Companies Need An Integrated Leadership Model to Achieve Extraordinary Results, McGraw Hill 2013.
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