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The Strategist Competency Model: The Future Of Leadership Development
With Maureen Metcalf, Michael Morrow-Fox, and Susan Cannon

When: Wednesday May 11, 2016
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Join Maureen Metcalf, Susan Cannon, and Mike Morrow-Fox, authors of ten award winning books focused on developing leaders, for a highly informative webinar about the leadership competencies required to successfully navigate today’s challenges and those of tomorrow.

Understand the Changes Leaders Will Face

Acclaimed futurist Susan Cannon will look forward, predicting the challenges leaders will need to navigate over the next thirty-five years, and backward, exploring the history of the co-evolution of leadership with society.

Understand How to Focus Your Personal and Organizational Development Goals.

Morrow-Fox and Metcalf will then step in to share their “strategist competency model” of leadership, focusing on the seven competencies leaders need to demonstrate consistently to effectively manage the volume and complexity of change they will face going forward. Based on the work of developmental psychologists and reflecting post-conventional worldviews associated with increased complexity in thinking, strong emotional intelligence, and conscious behavior, the model’s efficacy has been verified with extensive research and observations within a wide range of organizations. Metcalf and Morrow-Fox will walk participants through the competencies and discuss how each impacts an organization’s ability to navigate the challenges leaders face.

Speaker Biographies

Susan Cannon, PhD, interdisciplinary scholar-practitioner, author, integral master coach, and futurist brings 25+ years to innovation, learning, and change in human systems. She is a partner at Vollett Executive Coaching, professor of Organizational Development and Leadership at Fielding Graduate University, and faculty at The Shift Leadership Academy. Susan is a pioneer in women's leadership development and co-author of the groundbreaking 2016 book The Way of The Mysterial Woman: Upgrading How You Live Love and Lead. The recipient of three Association of Washington Business awards, she has a Ph.D. in Integral Studies with a concentration in Transformative Learning and Change in Human Systems from the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Maureen Metcalf, the CEO of Metcalf & Associates, Inc., brings 30 years of business experience to support her clients' leadership development and organizational transformation. She combines intellectual rigor and discipline with an ability to translate theory into practice in all of her work. She designs and teaches MBA classes in Leadership and Organizational Transformation at Capital University and Global Leadership at The Ohio State University. She hosts an international radio show on Voice America, Innovative Leaders Driving Thriving Organizations. She is the primary author of an award winning series of books focusing on Innovative Leadership.

Michael Morrow-Fox, Principle, Metcalf and Associates, has more than 20 years of experience in leading technology and human resources operations as well as and several years of full time university teaching. Michael is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Six Sigma Green Belt. He holds a Bachelor's of Science in Employee Counseling, an MBA in Organizational Leadership, and is currently completing his Doctorate in Educational Leadership. An ultramarathoner and Iron Man competitor, he has summited Mt. Kilimanjaro, climbed to the Mt. Everest base camp, completed the Inca Trail, and trekked the Grand Canyon rim to rim.