Visual Thinking for Effective Leadership
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
In the face of organizational complexity and workplace chaos, it’s time to challenge leaders with a new way of thinking. Visual thinking, that is. Grounded in research, this dynamic technique is an excellent way to stimulate dialogue and provide a deeper understanding of how leadership plays out in organizations. After all, if a “picture paints a thousand words,” imagine what leaders can accomplish when they harness the power of visual thinking through the use of imagery, intuition, and metaphors.
Join experts David Horth and Chuck Palus of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) when they present “Visual Thinking for Effective Leadership,” a highly interactive webinar that will explore this concept, examine best practices, and show you how to apply it to leadership development.
What you will Learn:
- The research and best practices behind visual thinking
- How visual thinking promotes creative and effective leadership
- How visual thinking works and how it can be applied
- How visual thinking can help leaders to improve direction, alignment, and commitment
- How to use visual tools to encourage a creative leadership conversation
Who Should Attend:
- Practicing leaders and leadership development professionals
- Human resources professionals and consultants
- Training and development managers and directors
- OD professionals
- Managers and executives
- Training consultants
About the Presenters:
An accomplished designer, facilitator, and executive coach, David Magellan Horth is a Senior Enterprise Associate at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) in the Design & Evaluation Center. He is considered a worldwide expert on organizational creativity. David is the co-author of The Leader’s Edge: Six Creative Competencies for Navigating Complex Challenges, co-inventor of the Leadership Metaphor Explorer™, and he holds a B.Sc. (Hon) from the University of Surrey.
Chuck Palus is Manager of the Connected Leadership Project at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®). He is the co-author of Making Common Sense: Leadership as Meaning-making in a Community of Practice and The Leader’s Edge: Six Creative Competencies for Exploring Complex Challenges and co-inventor of the Visual Explorer™ and the Leadership Metaphor Explorer™. He holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Boston College.