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To succeed and indeed survive in today’s world of accelerating change and disruption leaders need to constantly evolve themselves, their teams and their organizations. This session will outline the need for this type of leadership, present the Evolutionary Helix, a 4-step framework for evolving faster than the pace of change and tools to develop their awareness, teams and stakeholder relationships.

 
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The book is based on my 20 year’s experience as a software developer, digital leader, leadership coach, and consultant. As part of the research for the book, I interviewed 40 digital leaders to gain both national and international insights.

I will outline the need for change based on disruptive technologies such as VR, AI and 3D printing that will change the face of society and most market verticals. How constant evolution is the only way to achieve sustained success.

Summary of the recommendations from 40 Digital Leaders in the Career Success Pyramid

Overview of the Evolution Helix and how it can be used to avoid distractions, develop higher perspectives, create disruption and build great organizations

Wrap up with a Q&A

Learning Outcome

  • Why we need to evolve to keep pace with disruption
  • Recommends for a successful career
  • 4 Step framework that facilitates your evolution and that of your teams

Target Audience

Digital Leaders (Tech Leads through to CTO, CDO, COO, and CEO)

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