Developing Leadership through an Intentional Corporate Culture - Manchester
30 September 2016 | The Midland Hotel, 16 Peter St, Manchester, M60 2DS
Developing Leadership through an Intentional Corporate Culture
with Balaji Krishnamurthy
On Friday 30th September, over 1o0 CEOs, MDs and business leaders attended a Vistage Open Day+ at The Midland Hotel, Manchester to hear Balaji Krishnamurthy. The session featured thought provoking logic and a passionate style of delivery that challenged delegates to examine their own unique style of leadership.
Whether you missed this Vistage Open Day or just want to remind yourself of what was covered, watch the video below for the Key Takeaways from Balaji.
- Creaing your own style of leadership
- How intentionality drives change in an organisation
- A concrete framework for building an intentional corporate culture
- How to use use concrete tools to analyse a soft subject like corporate culture and use it to develop leadership from within
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