Date(s) - Tuesday, 05/16/17
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
NEW DATE: TUESDAY, MAY 16th
NEW VENUE: SCANDINAVIA HOUSE
Research has routinely asserted that past performance is the number one predictor of potential. An associated body of research has isolated a construct that also possesses a high degree of explanatory value when assessing the potential of talent—a construct called learning agility. Recent research has focused on isolating the behaviors associated with learning agile people. The presentation will explore the nine behaviors associated with learning agile people and how you can enhance development of those behaviors. The presentation will also engage people around four thought provoking questions: What experiences are you creating (and how are you measuring them)?; What conversations are you fostering?; What risks are you underwriting and why?; What are you doing to accelerate the accumulation of experiences and conversations that matter? The audience takeaways will be the ability to identify the nine behaviors associated with learning agility, and the cultural drivers that support or impede the behaviors’ ability to thrive within an enterprise.
Bernard (Bernie) Banks is a noted expert on the subjects of leadership and organizational change. Currently, he is the Associate Dean for Leadership Development and a Clinical Professor of Management at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. As an Associate Dean, Bernie possesses responsibility for leader development integration across the school’s global portfolio of programs.
Bernie retired from the U.S. Army as a Brigadier General in 2016 after having successfully led West Point’s Department of Behavioral Sciences & Leadership in his final assignment.
A West Point graduate, Bernie is broadly educated. He holds graduate degrees from Northwestern, Columbia, and Harvard Universities. Additionally, he earned his Ph.D. in social-organizational psychology from Columbia University. Bernie’s work has been published in a variety of outlets (e.g., Harvard Business Review, Military Psychology, New York Times). Furthermore, he has worked extensively with organizations across all sectors concerning their leader development efforts (e.g., Procter and Gamble, Mercedes Benz, General Electric, IBM, 7-Eleven, The US Forest Service, International Chiefs of Police).
NYHRPS is grateful to The Five O’Clock Club
for underwriting this program.
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