Thu, 17 Sept|
Future of Work Institute
The Future of Leadership in a Digital World
Leadership 4.0: What skills are needed by the new generation of leaders?
Time & Location
17 Sept 2020, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm AWST
Future of Work Institute, 78 Murray St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
About the Event
What skills are needed by the new generation of leaders? How can we develop them and build leadership capabilities that are required to successfully lead in the age of digitalization, AI and robotics? Currently the world is in the midst of a significant transformation in the way companies worldwide operate. The fourth industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0, is shaping businesses and changing the way products are produced and offered to consumers. While every organization operating today is different, all face a common challenge – they must be successfully led through technological advancements and new working principles brought by this industry. This digital revolution leads to new ways of working and leading high-performing teams. It seems that Industry 4.0 requires Leadership 4.0.
Dr. Vita Akstinaite is a lecturer in Management at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. Vita has completed PhD at University of Surrey, working on the identification of linguistic markers of the CEO (executive) hubris. She is also a co-founder of The Hubris Hub that focuses on helping businesses to understand hubris and encourages inter-disciplinary collaboration.
This session will be run face to face at 78 Murray Street and online. Due to social distancing restrictions, spaces in the face to face session are extremely limited. To reserve your spot, please contact Diane.Garnham@curtin.edu.au as soon as possible.