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May 10, 2016 DE SHRM Chapter Breakfast Presentation
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Save the Date for a Breakfast meeting on May 10, 2016 to be held at 7:30 AM. The topic this month is on "Interdisciplinary Competencies Needed for Creative & Critical Leadership Engagement” and will be presented by Dr. Robin Weinstein of Wilmington University

5/10/2016
When: May 10, 20 16
7:30 AM
Where: Christiana HIlton
100 Continental Drive
Newark, Delaware  19713
United States
Presenter: Dr. Robin Weinstein, Wilmington University
Contact: Laurie Sample
302-367-7476


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May 10, 2016 Breakfast Meeting

Christiana Hilton

7:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Interdisciplinary Competencies Needed

for

Creative & Critical Leadership Engagement

Dr. Robin Weinstein

 

 Approved for SHRM Certification and HR Certification Business Credit


Save the Date for a Breakfast meeting on  May 10, 2016 to be held at 7:30 AM.  The topic this month is on "Interdisciplinary Competencies Needed for Creative & Critical Leadership Engagement” and will be presented by Dr. Robin Weinstein of Wilmington University.  

Globalization continually changes the landscape in which leaders must operate. An underlying challenge of globalization is the increasing pace in which change is occurring in society. For organizations to remain competitive and relevant, it requires leaders who are able to adapt to the emerging landscape through critical and creative thinking.

 

The critical thinking competency is emphasized in the learning outcomes of higher education institutions. However, equally important is the competency of creativity in the effective practice of leadership. Critical thinking allows for leaders to analyze, while creativity provides leadership with a set of skills to think "outside the box."


This presentation highlights the importance of integrating multiple academic disciplines in developing a holistic leadership paradigm that can address the needs of the present, while preparing for future changes. The presentation will argue that while traditional management and leadership theories are important, it is equally important that leaders have an understanding of the arts & humanities, as these disciplines provide a unique lens to understanding the increasingly diverse and competitive global environment, as well as inspiring creativity. Leaders must be “well-rounded” in developing their personal paradigms, as well as nurturing the worldviews of their followers. Effective and relevant leadership paradigms in the changing landscape are both critical and creative and utilize a broader set of skills than those found in traditional leadership models.

 

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