With the current social, economic and political climate, 21st century business leaders are faced with growing volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity in their decision-making environments more than ever before.
Being able to navigate, interpret and make sense of the so called VUCA world is critical to not only the long-term success of individual leaders and organisations, but also for the broader societies.
To be effective in a world where the goalposts are constantly moving, leaders are required to foster agility and resilience in the way they operate within their organisations.
In this DeakinCo.’s fishbowl event, we hosted a panel of esteemed thought leaders to discuss the hallmarks of individual and organisational leadership in a VUCA world, drawing on current business practice.
- Dr Marcele De Sanctis, CEO of Organisational Psychologist at Centre for Leadership Advantage
- Chris Styring, Head of Leadership and Talent at Fluor
- Marisa Cursio, Learning Producer, Global Learning at Telstra
- Professor Amanda Pyman, Head of Department, Management from Deakin Business School