As we continue adjusting to the new normal of our post-pandemic world, many organizations are exploring new leadership models. The shift away from the typical office experience has prompted a reexamination of traditional hierarchical systems and how we can reorganize in ways that produce more equitable outcomes. As leaders grapple with questions of how organizational values may have shifted, we ask how new forms of leadership can better reflect those values.
Join NationSwell Council members Beth Bengtson, Radha Ruparell, JaTaune Bosby, and Reyna Montoya for a discussion in our ongoing Break the Bias series exploring these alternate forms of leadership that challenge the norms of the typical workplace dynamic. We will explore atypical leadership models such as shared leadership, adaptive leadership, and collective leadership, and others.
The panel will explore questions about what it means to truly share power and how these new models can be used to further organizational goals while creating safer, more equitable workspaces that open up new ways for people to interact and collaborate, and allow for the inclusion of perspectives that were previously missed or undervalued.
This event is open to all Council members, especially CEOs, founders, and others in leadership roles.
Head of Global Leadership Accelerator
Teach For All
ACLU of Alabama
Founder & CEO
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