Leading through Change and Disruption:
Making Change Your Competitive Advantage

Audience

 Business Leaders, Executives, Owners

Executive Overview

Every business leader understands that change is happening at an accelerated pace. Organizations that succeed and thrive have cultures that embrace flexibility, adaptability and learnability.  

Companies like Google, Bridgewater and PIXAR have put this philosophy into action and have come to dominate their industries. 

But while not every company can be Google, every organization can learn from these best practices to position themselves for sustained success and develop a competitive advantage. 

In this 45 to 60 minute keynote, Brad Wolff will show attendees how to avoid becoming the next Blockbuster by showing leaders how to develop an organization that can adapt and thrive in any environment. 

Learning objectives:

  • The three critical people-oriented components you must have to survive in today’s chaotic business world
  • The three key principles you need to implement to create an organization that thrives in disruptive change
  • Examples of prominent companies that created a competitive edge by adopting these principles

Related Breakout & Workshop

Breakout

Leading through Change and Disruption: Five steps to turn change into competitive advantage

Features of the breakout session include:

  • A straightforward, five-step process to achieve a flexible, adaptive, learning organization that’s poised to thrive in any environment.
  • A review of how Google’s three principles for creating a great culture can be applied to any organization
  • A better understanding of the relationship between culture, leadership and personal development as the foundational components for success

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Workshop

LEADING THROUGH CHANGE AND DISRUPTION: TURNING CHANGE INTO YOUR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 

Features of the workshop include:

  • A straightforward, five-step process to achieve a flexible, adaptive, learning organization that’s poised to thrive in any environment.
  • A review of how Google’s three principles for creating a great culture can be applied to your organization
  • Interactive exercises to facilitate learning-in-action
  • Review of recent examples disruptive change and how companies “could have” adapted but didn’t

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Meet Brad

Brad Wolff

Managing Partner, PeopleMax;
Bestselling Author of People Problems?

As a business leader in two companies, Brad Wolff experienced both business failure and success. Truth be told, his failures taught him more about leadership than any books or classes ever could. His lessons are grounded in reality which he applies to his coaching, speaking, writing and training.

A 25 year career in the recruiting and retention industry gave Brad a unique insight into what works and doesn’t work when hiring and leading people. These lessons help clients and audiences develop more effective mindsets and actions to achieve better results with less stress and conflict.

Through research, training and experience in the field of human potential, Brad helps clients become more of who they want to be – which helps them develop as leaders who influence others to excel.

Effective leaders build great cultures, that drive high engagement and outstanding results. In other words an optimized workforce that achieves greater success with less stress and more fulfillment.

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