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The Annual National Leadership Psychology Conference
Melbourne, Australia 22 – 23 February / 2012
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About the conference
Applying the Tools of Evidence-Based Leadership Development and Psychology to Develop Resilient Leaders that Positively Influence Culture and Organisational Effectiveness Liquid Learning is delighted to present The 2nd Annual Leadership Psychology Conference 2012. Following the success of 2011, this upcoming event will provide deeper practical insights from leading practitioners and experts to ensure that delegates are well equipped with evidence-based principles to design leadership initiatives suited to the current business environment.
• Identifying the Psychological Traits of Successful and Resilient Leaders
• Applying Evidence Based Tools to Identify and Develop Resilient Leaders
• Practical Tools to Improve the Neurological Performance and Social Competence of Leaders
• Establishing an Evidence Base and Measuring the Impact of Interventions New problems require new thinking to solve them.
While leadership continues to be a vital element in achieving successful outcomes within all organisations, to sustain ongoing performance the approach to developing leaders needs to evolve to address a new set of challenges. In an uncertain, dynamic and often volatile business environment, the key differentiating factor for high performing organisations is that they have developed resilient leadership capability. To begin this process, learning and leadership development practitioners need to be very discerning about the tools they are using. The first question that should be considered is: Forget about the hype, what does the evidence tell us? Leadership is about the mind. It is a relationship, a human interaction, and involves a social exchange, so we must look to psychology in order to truly understand and answer many of the complex processes at play. Through this lens we are able to make informed, evidence-based decisions about how to best approach the development process with leaders and their teams. A key benefit of an evidence-based approach, is that you have a basis for measurement, planned outcomes and demonstrating the impact of interventions – a key priority in an environment of heightened fiscal discipline around learning and development expenditure. This conference will bring together a range of leadership, learning, people and organisation development practitioners and experts to engage in a lively conversation about their emerging thinking about leadership and how to go about nurturing it. Participants will leave this interactive conference inspired, excited and more knowledgeable about how to address complex leadership challenges through applying pragmatic solutions.