On April 4th, Iolanda Meehan will speak at the WORKTECH19 Tokyo conference, for all those involved in the future of work and the workplace.
What do Trust, Leadership and Workplace Transformation have in common in Japan?
When: April 4th
Where: Toranomon Hills, Mori Tower, 5th Floor, Tokyo
What: Strong leadership is a no brainer in succeeding in the competitive world of work today. Yet, even after leaders are groomed for years, why does employee engagement in Japan continue to point at poor leadership? Iolanda will share her provocative views on how the evolving Japanese workplace will challenge leaders to design a new way of working where all employees are free to work anywhere, anyhow and anytime. The future generations of workers demand that we re-define leadership and how leading with more flexibility and empowerment (and less power and politics) will create a better world of work. Iolanda will point out 6 leadership skills that will be challenged once organisations want to get the ultimate benefit of new ways of working.
This session will be highly engaging and interactive, and you will walk away with your mind pondering on a number of insights and keen to make a change in your own teams and organisations.