WHY ADAPTIVE TEAMS
ARE MORE SUCCESSFUL
Why Adaptive Teams Are More Successful
Change is no longer optional. Most companies are vulnerable to being disrupted — irrelevance is around the corner.
Adaptability has become a competitive advantage, not to survive but to thrive. In this webinar we would cover the principles of Adaptive Teams, how to turn adaptability into a competitive advantage and build a culture of innovation.
You will learn:
Why organizations must adapt to thrive not just survive
How Adaptive Teams are more engaged, accountable, agile and more successful
The "Adaptive Teams Framework": Mindsets and Behaviors required
The new ground rules to encourage a culture of experimentation
Practical steps to promote adaptability by increasing your team self-awareness, creativity, and resilience
8 June 2018 // 9 AM Singapore Time
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Gustavo Razzetti helps teams and leaders ignite and accelerate a culture of change. He is the CEO and founder of Liberationist, Change Leadership and author of the books Stretch for Change and Stretch Your Mind.
In his capacity advising CEOs of everything from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, Razzetti has been able to lead and transform organizations for over twenty years.
Razzetti’s professional experience lies at the intersection of change leadership, personal development and innovation.
He has consulted companies in almost every business category including Verizon, P&G, 20th Century Fox, Coca-Cola, General Motors, Allstate and the Mexico Tourism Board, among others. Gustavo was previously EVP at Leo Burnett Chicago. Prior to that, he worked as CEO of Euro RSCG in New York, Argentina, and Puerto Rico.
He has authored hundreds of articles on innovation, change leadership and self-improvement. Razzetti also participated in the—by invitation only—Innovation Leadership Program at Stanford University.
Gustavo has participated in hundreds of conferences as keynote speaker as well as facilitating workshops in the US, Europe, Latin America, and Middle East.
Now living in Chicago, Razzetti is married with two sons.
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