OASIS & IVEY - Leading in Complexity Workshop with Martha Maznevski

OASIS & IVEY - Leading in Complexity Workshop with Martha Maznevski

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OASIS & Ivey Academy Invite you to participate in this workshop, which will contrast the leadership of two archetypes, Hercules and Buddha.

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With the support of the Frank Cowan Company and in collaboration with Ivey Business Academy, OASIS is hosting a webinar that will look at the two archetypes of leadership, Hercules and Buddha.

Leading in uncertainty means shaping clear direction and alignment while the environment is shifting quickly, while at the same time leading others to be engaged and empowered. In this workshop, we’ll contrast the leadership of two archetypes, Hercules and Buddha. We’ll explore how they show up in your own leadership, and what strengths they bring you. Then we’ll look at how to combine them to lead for extraordinary results and sustainable people development. You’ll have a chance to put them in practice for a few weeks, then we’ll get back together and you’ll work in small groups facilitated by coaches. You’ll reflect on your leadership and learning, and identify ways to keep developing your leadership.

There will be a maximum of 100 participants for this workshop. The workshop will be delivered in two 2- hour sessions.

Session 1 on Wednesday, 14th April from 1PM-3PM will be delivered to the entire group by Professor Martha Maznevski.

This will involve breakout discussions and cover:

• Introduction to Leading in Complexity;

• Exploring your Hercules and Buddha; and

• Setting up your practice.

In Session 2, participants will work in smaller groups, capped at 34 participants each, with an Executive Coach. There will be three options for Session 2:

• Wednesday, 9th June 9 (9.30AM-11.30AM);

• Wednesday, 9th June (1.30PM-3.30PM); and

• Thursday, 10th June (9.30AM-11.30AM)

This follow up Session will look at:

• Reflecting on your leadership in practice; and

• Facilitating large group and small group dialogue about taking your leadership to the next level

Once you have registered, and received your email confirmation, you will need to follow a link to choose your second session date and time .

There will be no additional cost for the second session, it is included in the original price.

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Professor Martha Maznevski

This workshop will be lead by Professor Martha Maznevski of the Ivey Academy. Professor Maznevski joined the Ivey Business School as a professor in September 2016, returning two decades after graduating from Ivey with a PhD in Organizational Behaviour, specializing in cross-cultural management. She teaches mainly in the areas of leadership, teams, and global management, including specific topics such as leading continuous and disruptive change, diversity and inclusion, and leading digital transformation. She is a strong advocate of action and experiential learning. Prior to joining The Ivey Academy, Martha held various program directorship roles at IMD (Institute for Management Development) in Switzerland, which is consistently ranked among the top three executive education institutions in the world. Her program directorship portfolio included large open programs and a wide variety of custom programs for senior leaders at companies in a broad range of industry sectors and geographies. At The Ivey Academy, Martha is a Faculty Director and co-directs the Ivey Executive Program. She also designs and directs programs for custom partners such as LafargeHolcim, Cascades, Maple Leaf Foods, and AIMCo, and launched the Ivey Coaching Academy, a program to develop experienced executive coaches. Martha serves as a consultant and advisor to public and private organisations in North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia on challenges and opportunities of managing people globally, and works regularly with global humanitarian and conservation NGOs.

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