Many senior leaders in the pharmaceutical and healthcare services sectors tell us about the challenges of leading their organizations through geopolitical, technological, and human capital disruptions. Faced with increasingly complex and volatile business landscape, these leaders, who have been very successful in their roles in the past, now realize they need to completely re-examine their leadership identity.
How do they balance risk management and compliance with building a culture of agility and innovation? How do they deal with the challenge of reimagining operating and business models while dealing with resistance to change and organizational fatigue. And more importantly, how can they engage, retain and develop a multigenerational workforce that values a more collaborative and inclusive environment, wants more work life balance, and expects organizations to live up to their values.
The leadership style of command and control is no longer effective. The future of work now requires leading through Trust and Inspiration. Building trust comes from not just by being a subject matter expert, but by creating psychological safety that encourages risk taking, experimentation and learning from experiences. Inspiration comes from communicating purpose, creating energy and commitment to the strategic direction of the organization.
Join AmCham and CCL for an engaging roundtable discussion to connect with other senior leaders, discuss these critical questions, and share experiences and best practices.