Amidst the darkness and difficulty of the last few years, we’ve seen, across industries, the rise of a new kind of leader. One that puts the needs and experiences of people on par with profitability. One that recognizes that, without investments in people, organizations will fail. One that leads with empathy, listening, and actions that drive meaningful change for people in organizations.
This is the rise of the human-centered leader.
In the Human-Centered Leadership Program, built from in-depth qualitative research conducted by our partners at the Josh Bersin Company, we’ll dig into this phenomenon. We will examine the emergence of human-centered leadership (HCL) and discuss why it will have a significant impact on the way we lead and manage for years to come. We’ll look specifically at how human-centered leadership philosophies can inspire and inform our work as people leaders, even if we aren’t in formal positions of leadership. And we’ll discover ways to assess and measure our progress as we and the leaders of our organizations move toward increased human-centeredness.
ApproachOnline social learning, teams of 30-50
Learning Time4-6 Hours
Duration5 weeks. Next starting: July 4, 2022
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