How do leaders make decisions that elevate humanity in a complex, technology-driven business world?
As technology breaks down boundaries, business decisions have a growing potential for global impact. For leaders, this reality means rethinking traditional decision-making models to balance people, planet, and profit. As they do, they can orient in one central truth — the only way to serve the complex needs of humanity is to put stakeholders at the center.
Future-focused consultant and author of the May 2021 book, Convergence: Technology, Business, and the Human-Centric Future, Deborah Westphal will lead a discussion about ways to meet the needs of humanity without neglecting the need to produce a profit. She will share mental models required in the 21st century for complex systems thinking and human-centric leadership, along with ways to shed obsolete concepts that may be holding the organization back. The session will include peer breakout discussions and conclude with 30 minutes of post-event networking. Join us for a powerful and productive virtual discussion.
May 19, 2021 12:00 - 1:30pm EST
This virtual meeting will be held on Zoom (link will be shared upon registration and in event reminders).
Sponsored by Dragon Army
Deborah Westphal’s career spans more than 30 years, and virtually every continent. In 1999, Alvin Toffler tapped her as one of the founding members of his eponymous consulting firm. A passionate humanist and life-long learner, she has guided government and corporate leaders to challenge biases, ignite ideas, and build resilience for a secure future.
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