In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn about Singularity University’s Reimagining Leadership Program. This program is designed to develop the leaders that the future needs and is being purpose-built with our Executive Education alumni community in mind. It’s intended to disrupt leaders by challenging them to think differently about themselves, their leadership, and the changing world around them.
In a world of accelerating change, growing complexity, and exponentially advancing technologies, leaders will have to embrace continuous learning, develop new mental models, and build new skills to maintain future-readiness and break free of maladaptive practices and outmoded assumptions. Reimagining Leadership achieves this, while also creating a robust learning community of peers who stay connected long after the in-person experience.
In this webinar, SU’s Catherine Brown and Jeffrey Rogers offer a first look at the new program and a primer for translating future thinking into current practice as a more adaptable and effective leader.
Watch this webinar for the opportunity to:
At Singularity University, we prepare leaders to thrive amid uncertainty and empower them to lead their organizations into bold new futures with valuable tools, frameworks, and leadership models not found elsewhere.
See how we can help your organization become exponential, with leaders who are prepared to tackle the coming changes and seize new opportunities.
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Catherine oversees our open enrollment offerings, including the flagship Executive Program. Prior to SU, Catherine spent 12 years at Google, where she helped to create and deliver world-recognized leadership development strategies and programs aimed at growing Google’s most senior leaders. Catherine is passionate about helping leaders navigate complexity and maximize their positive impact.
Jeffrey Rogers is a facilitator, speaker, and program designer who creates interactive educational experiences driven by storytelling, engagement, and play. He’s an academically trained social scientist (UC Berkeley, University of Texas-Austin) with a deep belief in the transformative potential of exponential technologies as tools to de-risk experimentation, accelerate learning, and create change.