Next-level leaders bring more to their organization than their peers and are recognized as indispensable strategic human assets. This practical and engaging program teaches techniques that allow leaders to see around corners, anticipate the next big thing, lead teams to achieve challenging goals and make wise decisions that hold up in situations of uncertainty and volatility.
Participants will learn how to pick critical issues and early signals from a flood of information, think in the future tense, and apply collaboration to see ahead insightfully. They will also build their executive scanning system, learn the best questions to ask in uncertainty, and practice making wise decisions with unique forecasting techniques.
Bob Treadway is a globally praised advisor on forecasting, strategy, and leadership development who believes that foresight and anticipation strongly enhance a leader's effectiveness and value. He's served as top-rated leadership faculty for industry programs in financial services, agriculture, food, information security, and government. His clients include Berkshire Hathaway, Motorola, Hilton, the Federal Reserve, Gillette, ExxonMobil, American Express, Syngenta, US Gypsum, and the National League of Cities.
Mr. Treadway assists his clients in developing long-ranged thinking, forecasting the environments of tomorrow, forming robust strategies, and taking action on what's ahead.
He has advised trade negotiators on the long-term future, financial examiners on how to evaluate strategy, telecommunications companies on the uses for unlimited broadband, and wealthy foundations on how to get the greatest return on their philanthropy. While he is called on to make forecasting presentations for a wide range of organizations and industries, leaders often comment on his skillful instruction that allows them to become better forecasters on their own.
Three best practices for looking into the future
How to enhance your "Executive Scanning System"
Four techniques to see around corners
Applying "next level" techniques to better forecast the future