There’s a firehose of ideas and information about leadership out there - there seem to be more people writing books on leadership and offering leadership trainings than we can even count, let alone process effectively. Many of us are passionately interested, but how to make sense of this tidal wave?
From over 35 years of working with leaders in finance, consulting, technology and entrepreneurship - and the last ten years working directly with global leadership thought leaders(!) - Scott Downs offers a set of simple questions that can help each of us organise our own thinking and learning about leadership into a unique personal or organisational tapestry of understanding.
This interactive talk is not about pushing any one perspective on leadership, but rather about a framework that can help us all curate and make sense of our leadership learnings in our own way - as a basis for action and change. The body of the session will be about making the framework come alive through collective exploration of participants’ personal interests and concerns.
18:30 - 19:00 - Networking and Refreshments
19:00 - 20:00 - Nine questions for your (personal) leadership programme
20:00 - 20:30 - Q&A
Facilitator: Scott Downs
A Vice President of Temenos+Agility, an international boutique training and consulting firm, Scott has over 35 years experience working in and with leadership and product management teams in banking, professional services, technology, and industry. For eleven years, he was a Managing Director at JPMorgan. More recently, he has gravitated toward organisations calling forward great leadership and great organisational cultures.
Scott joined Temenos+Agility in December 2016 to develop its business in the UK and Europe and to contribute to its leadership practice globally . He is excited about weaving Lean-Agile mindsets, together with the Temenos journey toward clarity, co-creation and vision, to inspire great leaders, great change agents, great products and great organisations.
Married with three adult daughters, Scott loves conversation and music; and walking with Theo, the family Labrador retriever, in the fields and along the rivers of the English countryside.