Through a case simulation and peer case consultation process, participants will apply concepts to real-time leadership challenges. They will also learn how to view complex organizational challenges in a different lens, while exploring corrective measures and options that may produce innovative and lasting outcomes.
All Engineers and Geoscientists BC registrants. Session is also applicable for non-registrants.
- Articulate some key concepts from the Adaptive Leadership framework;
- Describe how one can use these concepts to address their own leadership challenges;
- Recognize how to decrease stress and tension, while enabling others to engage in complex challenges during uncertain times; and
- Understand how anchoring oneself allows to continue to prioritize ones work and meet leadership expectations.
- 8:30 AM–9:40 AM: Introductions, Setting Norms Case Simulation: The Case of the Flower
- 9:40 AM–9:50 AM: Break
- 9:50 AM–10:50 AM: Defining Leadership?
- 10:50 AM–11:00 AM: Break
- 11:00 AM–12:00 PM: Adaptive Leadership: An Introduction
- 12:00 PM–1:00 PM: Lunch
- 1:00 PM–2:00 PM: Adaptive Leadership: An Introduction (cont’d)
- 2:00 PM–2:10 PM: Break
- 2:10 PM–3:10 PM: Peer Case Consultation
- 3:10 PM–3:20 PM: Break
- 3:20 PM–4:30 PM: Remaining Adaptive: Resilience and Agility
CEO and Co-Founder, Gamar Leadership Group (GLG), Ltd.
Adel Gamar is CEO and Co-Founder of GLG Ltd., a boutique firm specializing in adaptive leadership, organizational strategy, and change management. He is driven to forge effective collaborations among business, government, and non-profit sectors while creating lasting and impactful solutions. Over the course of his career, Adel has advised senior leaders of Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and governments worldwide. He served as Education Specialist at UNESCO and Policy Fellow at Harvard Law School. While at Harvard, Adel taught adaptive leadership and negotiation. He currently teaches leadership and collaboration at UBC Sauder Executive Education.
Adel holds an MPA from Harvard and a B.Ed. from the University of Calgary. He currently serves on the boards of Douglas College (Vice-Chair) and Boston-based Knovva Academy.