Book by Dr. Matthew Kutz
Book by Dr. Matthew Kutz

DR. MATTHEW KUTZ

 
Matt Kutz (Ph.D. in Global Leadership) loves being a husband and father and takes leadership development seriously. He a Fulbright Scholar in the Medical Sciences (University of Rwanda, East Africa) and a Visiting Research Scholar in the College of Medicine at Griffith University and Gold Coast University Hospital (Queensland, AU). Dr. Kutz holds a Ph.D. in Global Leadership and is an award-winning author, international scholar, and editor of two academic journals. Dr. Kutz's book on Contextual Intelligence was a Leadership Book Award honoree for Innovation and Cutting-Edge Perspective; in addition to that he has written multiple other books and textbooks on leadership and management. Matt is a certified and licensed Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has worked with elite athletes and Olympic committees around the world as well as Team USA (Track & Field). Dr. Kutz's passion is mobilize the leader in everyone and loves helping take leaders and teams to the next level of their leadership performance. He challenges all students to think differently about leadership and requires that you deeply evaluate the hidden assumptions about your leadership behaviors and beliefs.

CONTEXTUAL LEADERSHIP:
HOW TO DIAGNOSE COMPLEXITY AND MAKE DECISIONS IN CONTEXT

 
Navigating complexity and uncertainty is a crucial leadership literacy for business and organizational success. Traditional and business-as-usual models of organizational management are not only inadequate, but hazardous. Dr. Kutz is a thought leader in the area of contextual intelligence, a key component of leadership literacy that is required for a global mindset in a rapidly changing marketplace. Dr. Kutz combines cutting-edge research and real-life anecdotes to outline the 12 behavioral practices of contextually intelligence leaders and delineates how those behaviors contribute to effective use of the 3D Thinking Framework™ (using hindsight, insight, and foresight) to improve leadership and decision-making. Highlights of this workshop include deconstructing the mental models that poison our leadership potential and address how thinking differently improves morale, helps to navigate uncertainty, personal and employee engagement, and tears down walls between the generations at work.
Boston - March 24, 2020
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