Mindfulness - where business and the behavioral sciences intersect

This event took place on:
Thursday, February 13, 8:30 - 9:30am
Location
Drucker - Mindfulness - where business and the behavioral sciences intersect

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What are the next generation of (subtle) leadership skills and capacities? How can individuals and organizations let go of ego and transform mindsets to evoke creativity?

 
Innovation and creativity are understood as necessary skills for thriving in a dynamic economy, but what is often left out is the role of transforming the mind itself. Today's overwhelming challenges require leaders to move beyond "being effective" to fundamentally change themselves and how they see and relate to the world. How can individuals and organizations let go of ego and transform mindsets to evoke creativity, productivity and innovation? In this edition of our Drucker Business Forum series we heard about a new model for creative and productive leaders, a model in which innovation is actually a complete mentality, not a business-led process.
 

Guests:
Jeremy Hunter, PhD: Assistant Professor of Practice, Peter F. Drucker School of Management, Claremont Graduate University; co-author chapter "Making the Mindful Leader: Cultivating Skills for Facing Adaptive Challenges" with Michael Chaskalson in the new The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Leadership, Change, and Organizational Development. @JeremyHunter123

Nick Udall, PhD: co-founder and CEO of nowhere, where he works with CEOs and executive leaders of global businesses to develop breakthrough strategies and build cultures of innovation; Chair of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on New Models of Leadership. His new book, Riding the Creative Rollercoaster: How Leaders Evoke Creativity, Productivity and Innovation, is out this month. @drnickudall

This program is a Drucker Business Forum co-presented by SCPR and the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University.


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