Resolving Tomorrow's Dilemmas
Anthony is passionate about building a more human world, one leader at a time. As a mentor and coach he helps leaders navigate complex, demanding environments so they can perform and lead at their best. He is a CEO, entrepreneur, thought leader, philosopher, and author who has made a life out of questions.
Often called the ‘CEO Whisperer', he is a confidant to senior leaders in large publicly traded companies across four continents and almost every sector of industry. During a 10-year global dialogue he has spoken to more than 150 influencers from the business, academic, military, and social sectors. A constant theme is a concern about the quality of leadership for the 21st century. This was the impetus for his 2015 book: Humanise. Why Human-Centred Leadership is the Key to the 21st Century.
Anthony writes and speaks extensively on human-centred leadership. He is a guest lecturer at the School of Business (Sydney) and the University of Notre Dame Australia. He speaks on radio, at conferences, and in boardrooms. He has also been quoted in a wide range of business media, he writes for the popular press and been published in the Journal of Management Development.
Whether advising a board, mentoring a CEO, delivering a keynote presentation, or helping an executive team navigate uncharted waters, his approach starts in the unknown, using a unique search process that blends creativity, philosophy, and navigational theory to help people gain clarity, focus, and momentum.
Humanise: Why Human Centered Leadership is the key to the 21st Century. Global trends show we are facing significant challenges in the business world and need a shift in our leadership capability to stay relevant. But what sort of leaders do we need for the 21st Century?
With the current restless workforce and especially new generations coming into the workplace looking for a more noble purpose and cause to their work, there is a need to build an organisation which is more human-centered.
Join Anthony Howard for a provocative session which:
• Reflects on the limitations of a transactional approach to leadership and business
• Looks at the changes that are accelerating volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) in which leaders now operate;
• Raises three questions:
• What kind of organisation do you need to create to succeed in this environment?
• What kind of leader do you need to become to lead in that organization?
• What kind of person do you need to become in order to be that leader?