Leadership Insights on Leading in the Digital Era

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Is leadership in the digital era really so different? In many ways, yes. Today's leaders must become digitally literate, develop an adaptable mindset, and embrace new tools. And in conquering these digital challenges, they grow as leaders.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Acquire insights on how leaders can operate with confidence in today's digital spaces.
    Acquire insights on effective listening at scale in today's digital realm.
    Acquire insights on how to drive digital business transformation.
    Acquire insights on how to use digital tools effectively.
    Acquire insights on how to acquire new mindsets for leading in the digital era.
    Acquire insights on why it is important for everyone to adopt technology at a company.
    Acquire insights on how to handle digital disruption effectively.
    Acquire insights on how to master digital technology and tools for the workplace.
    Acquire insights on leadership in a digital space.
    Acquire insights on the realities of management in the 21st century.
    Acquire insights on how leaders can master the skill of sharing to shape.
    Acquire insights on the different tools that digital leaders can use to their advantage.
    Acquire insights on how to lead change through disruptive leadership.
    Acquire insights on how to get executives on board with digital tools.
    Acquire insights on how to use digital technology to engage both inside and outside your company.
    Acquire insights on how leaders can guide their teams through a rapidly changing future by embracing new technologies.
    Acquire insights on how leaders must be prepared to deal with disruptive elements in the future.
    Acquire insights on why leaders must embrace additional mindsets and skill sets to navigate through the rapidly changing world.
    Acquire insights on the need for forecasting the future by transforming surprise into anticipation.
    Acquire insights to understand that machines will continue to impact the work that humans do.
  • Acquire insights to understand that leaders should help employees understand how technology is going change their jobs.
    Acquire insights to understand that soft skills are the contributions that humans make to an increasingly automated world.
    Acquire insights on understanding that when you take a break from technological distractions, you can take the time to find your values.
    Acquire insights on understanding the value of face to face conversations and the important role it plays in our social development.
    Acquire insights on exploring the link between social media and anxiety.
    Acquire insights on the advantages to spending time away from your phone.
    Acquire insights on becoming a digital minimalist and the benefits of a less cluttered lifestyle.
    Acquire insights on how you can begin your journey to becoming a digital minimalist.
    Acquire insights on the rates of change between technology, individuals, organizations, and public policy.
    Acquire insights on a correlation between a company's digital maturity and the use of cross-functional teams.
    Acquire insights on how an entrepreneurial mindset is critically important for large organizations seeking to adapt and compete in a digital age.
    Acquire insights on idea sharing and how to get the right information to the right people at the right time so that they can do their jobs better.
    Acquire insights on the three-part process of innovation in digital environments.
    Acquire insights on how a byproduct of the covid-19 crisis was a dramatic uptick in the use of digital technologies.
    Acquire insights on the type of changes associated with organizational digital transformation.
    Acquire insights on leading a digital transformation.
    Acquire insights on the human skills matrix, the 41 different frameworks for the social, individual, cognitive, non-technical skills that help you thrive in organizations.
    Acquire insights on engendering a digital startup culture.
    Acquire insights on replacing pre-digital assumptions with digital assumptions.
    Acquire insights on how to go from it leader to true strategic partner.

IN THIS COURSE

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    1.  Engagement in Digital Spaces
    1m 35s
    Leaders need to be able to operate with confidence in digital spaces. FREE ACCESS
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    2.  Listening at Scale
    1m 7s
    Listening at scale in the digital realm differs from how leaders listened in the past. Are your listening skills effective in today’s digital spaces? FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Driving Digital Business Transformation
    1m 39s
    All leaders have a growing obligation to drive digital business transformation. Although leaders’ objectives may differ, their success strategy includes the same three components. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Align Digital Tools with Objectives
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    Digital tools are only as useful as you make them. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Adopting New Mindsets
    3m 43s
    Leadership in the digital era requires a different way of thinking. Dorie Clark explains how to make the shift to a more agile and adaptable mindset. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Your Company's Digital DNA
    2m 54s
    Technology has to be adopted by everyone at a company, not just the IT department. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Disrupt or Be Disrupted
    2m 42s
    Digital disruption doesn’t have to be a negative situation if you handle it correctly. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Becoming Digitally Literate
    2m 27s
    Even the digitally-averse can learn to master digital technology and tools for the workplace. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Leadership in a Digital Space
    2m 7s
    If you have good leadership skills in general, leading in a digital space can open up new channels for your abilities. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  The Realities of Management in the 21st Century
    3m 3s
    Although the concept of management is timeless and universal, certain realities are specific to management in the 21st century. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Sharing to Shape
    1m 1s
    Sharing to shape is a difficult skill for engaged leaders to master, but it forms the foundation for digitally connecting with people. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Tools for Digital Leaders
    1m 29s
    Digital leaders have an almost endless array of tools to use to their advantage. FREE ACCESS
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    13.  Leading Change
    1m 23s
    Disruptive leaders are committed to creating a movement, not just a project. FREE ACCESS
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    14.  Get Executives on Board with Digital
    1m 54s
    When it comes to digital tools, the proof is in the pudding. Showing concrete results encourages executives to dive in. FREE ACCESS
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    15.  Using Digital Technologies to Engage Others
    2m 11s
    Digital technology can help you engage both inside and outside your company. FREE ACCESS
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    16.  Leadership in the Digital Era
    3m 13s
    As companies tackle the transformation brought about by the digital era, leaders must embrace new technologies while guiding their teams through a rapidly changing future. FREE ACCESS
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    17.  Skill Sets for the Future
    2m 55s
    Disruptive elements are a constant reality that leaders have to be prepared to deal with. FREE ACCESS
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    18.  Leader Mindsets
    1m 31s
    To navigate this rapidly changing world, leaders must embrace additional mindsets and skill sets. FREE ACCESS
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    19.  Transform Surprise into Anticipation
    2m 40s
    If you wait to be surprised by the future, it might not be a nice surprise. Instead, forecast the future you want. FREE ACCESS
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    20.  Humans and Machines
    1m 24s
    Machines will continue to impact the work that humans do. FREE ACCESS
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    21.  Supporting Employees in a Changing World
    3m 34s
    Leaders should help employees understand how technology is going change their jobs. FREE ACCESS
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    22.  Soft Skills and the Future
    3m 9s
    Soft skills are the contribution that humans make to an increasingly automated world. FREE ACCESS
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    23.  Finding Your Values
    1m 30s
    When you take a break from technological distractions, you can take time to find out what is really important to you. Finding your values takes time, however. FREE ACCESS
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    24.  Understanding the Value of Face-to-Face Conversations
    1m 42s
    Today, people rely heavily on digital communications, such as texting, social media, and online posts. However, face-to-face conversations still have an important role in our social development. FREE ACCESS
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    25.  Exploring the Link between Social Media and Anxiety
    1m 57s
    As social media usage has increased, so too have anxiety levels. Is there a connection between the two trends? FREE ACCESS
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    26.  Spending Time Away from Your Phone
    2m 25s
    Many people carry their phone with them at all times. This enables them to respond quickly to messages and unexpected events. However, are there advantages to spending some time without your phone? FREE ACCESS
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    27.  Becoming a Digital Minimalist
    1m 24s
    When you’re a digital minimalist, you’re not distracted by your phone or your social media feed. You are able to more fully enjoy each present moment. Discover the benefits of a less cluttered lifestyle. FREE ACCESS
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    28.  First Steps to a Digital Minimalist Lifestyle
    1m 47s
    A digital minimalist lifestyle can seem daunting. However, you can make the transition in gradual steps. Find out how you can begin your journey to becoming a digital minimalist. FREE ACCESS
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    29.  Rates of Change
    3m 31s
    Many of the challenges that companies face in today's digital environment are caused by the differing rates of change between technology, individuals, organizations, and public policy. These different rates of change create gaps between these different players. There are three different types of gap: the adoption gap, the adaptation gap, and the assimilation gap. Find out how companies can overcome the challenges resulting from these differing rates of change. FREE ACCESS
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    30.  Autonomous Teams
    2m 50s
    Research indicates a correlation between a company's digital maturity and the use of cross-functional teams. It appears that when companies use cross-functional teams, their organizational processes and management structures are less likely to obstruct their ability to work digitally. However, it is not just about doing cross-functional teaming. It is about doing it differently; providing autonomy for accomplishing goals and evaluating them as a unit; and cultivating the type of managerial and organizational environment to support them in this process. FREE ACCESS
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    31.  Execution Culture
    3m 48s
    Just because the challenges a company faces are caused by digital technology, it is a mistake to assume that the solution will necessarily involve digital technologies. Many of the most effective solutions do not involve technology at all. Some involve different ways of organizing, developing talent, or collaborating with customers. Find out how an entrepreneurial mindset is critically important for large organizations seeking to adapt and compete in a digital age. FREE ACCESS
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    32.  Idea Sharing
    3m 53s
    It has long been recognized that organizations need to effectively create, share, transfer, and otherwise manage knowledge. This is a core business concept. The challenge is to determine how to get the right information to the right people at the right time so that they can do their jobs better. FREE ACCESS
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    33.  Establish Conditions for Experimentation
    3m 33s
    One positive of the COVID-19 crisis might be that it's forcing companies to be more experimental and risk tolerant. When a crisis occurs, you have no option other than to experiment to determine new ways of doing business. Innovation in digital environments is a three-part process. Find out how to establish the conditions for experimentation. FREE ACCESS
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    34.  Acute Chronic Disruption
    3m 9s
    Alongside concerns about health and safety, a byproduct of the COVID-19 crisis was a dramatic uptick in the use of digital technologies. These technologies enabled organizations to reduce face-to-face interactions and safeguard health, including video conferencing, grocery delivery applications, and B2B in e-commerce. Looking at COVID-19 through the lens of digital disruption, it would be characterized as the equivalent to an acute medical condition, being severe and rapid in its onset. FREE ACCESS
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    35.  The Process Toward Digital Maturity
    3m 45s
    The concept of digital maturity describes the type of changes associated with organizational digital transformation. Digital maturity is not a destination or state that an organization permanently achieves. Rather, it is an ongoing and continual process that unfolds over time. Find out about the elements of maturity relevant to digital technology. FREE ACCESS
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    36.  Leading a Digital Transformation
    4m 39s
    A company doesn't need a digital strategy. Rather, it needs a strategy constantly powered by digital. And if you can get certain leadership capabilities in place, your company will be able to change over and over again to take advantage of every new technology that comes up. FREE ACCESS
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    37.  The Human Skills Matrix
    2m 33s
    Although there is a huge focus lately on training the technical skills—and those skills do need to be taught—it is even more important that people are given the human skills they need to work together and thrive in large companies around the world. There are 41 different frameworks for the social, individual, cognitive, non-technical skills that help you thrive in organizations. Together, these make the Human Skills Matrix. FREE ACCESS
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    38.  Engendering a Digital Startup Culture
    3m 45s
    To get a digital startup culture, you need to change the way you manage your people, the way you hire people, the way you incentivize people, and the way you organize information. Although this can be difficult or impossible for a large company to do, there are ways to be digital enough. This means getting the innovative, fast-moving culture needed without having to redo everything. This requires a rethinking of the culture and a rethinking of what's behind your culture. FREE ACCESS
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    39.  Replacing Pre-Digital Assumptions with Digital Assumptions
    3m 41s
    As most leaders in large companies grew up before the digital age, many of the assumptions about what will work and what won't stem from the pre-digital age. There are five assumptions that can get in the way of doing great digital work. Find out what these assumptions are and how you can stop making them. FREE ACCESS
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    40.  How to Go From IT Leader to True Strategic Partner
    3m 35s
    IT leaders and CIOs often lament that they're not allowed be strategic, while envying the luck of those IT leaders who are permitted to be strategic leaders and initiate transformations. It's not about luck, however. There are four steps that can take you from being a disrespected order taker to a true strategic partner. FREE ACCESS

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