Impactful leadership entails leading effectively across differences. However, such a leadership aspiration can only be actualized when leaders are able to tie it into their style of collaboration. The sudden move
Impactful leadership entails leading effectively across differences. However, such a leadership aspiration can only be actualized when leaders are able to tie it into their style of collaboration. The sudden move to working and collaborating online can exacerbate this sense of isolation. In this interactive session, we will explore common pitfalls and close with practical strategies.
Join us, 9 AM San Francisco / 12PM New York / 17:00 London / 18:00 Berlin
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About Prof. Nouman Ashraf:
Nouman Ashraf is Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream within the Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management area at the Rotman School of Management. He possesses a broad range of professional, academic and research interests, with a specialized focus on enabling innovative and inclusive practices within organization life. For the last decade and a half, he has held progressively senior roles at the University of Toronto. He is a recognized thought leader in governance and has taught thousands of directors in the national Rotman program on Not for Profit Governance in partnership with the Institute for Corporate Directors since its inception in 2007.
An award-winning faculty member, Nouman teaches Emancipatory Leadership within the Executive MBA as well as the OMNIUM Global Executive MBA Program, Leading Social Innovation within the 2 and 3 Year MBA programs, and Leading across Differences within the Rotman Commerce Program. He is the Academic Director of various custom leadership programs in partnership with Rotman Executive Program clients.
His previous consulting clients include Telus, Cliffs Natural Resources, Bayer, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the Ontario Trillium Foundation, United Way Toronto, and numerous post-secondary and healthcare institutions.
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm New York Time