Bridget Beattie, Group Executive Vice President, Asia Pacific Middle East, Right Management
Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)
Date : June 22, 2016
Time : 4:45 PM - 6:00 PM
Price : $0.00
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Traditional Leadership Models have Failed – Predicting, Developing, and
Measuring Leadership Effectiveness in the Human Age
Most Likely to Lead, a recent report from ManpowerGroup’s Right Management, shows that a new approach to identifying and developing leaders is urgently needed if organizations want to succeed in a new and challenging environment. The report reveals that 40% of companies, leaders are unprepared to meet the business issues they will face over the next three to five years.
In this session, Bridget will share Right Management’s point of view, the P3 Leader Model, a practical and easy-to-execute model to build strong leadership pipelines in today’s talent-centric business environment. This new framework achieves what outdated approaches don’t by defining success not just in financial terms but also the impact on human motivation in today’s talent centric environment. In addition, she will also share ManpowerGroup’s 7 Steps to Conscious Inclusion, a practical guide to accelerating more women into leadership.
About the Speaker
Group Executive Vice President, Asia Pacific Middle East
Bridget Beattie is the Group Executive Vice President for Asia Pacific Middle East for Right Management, the global leader in talent and career management workforce solutions within ManpowerGroup. In this role, Bridget is responsible for the strategy formulation and execution of Right Management’s vision for all markets within Asia Pacific Middle East. She also heads up Strategic Partnerships globally. In addition, Bridget continues to lead the Australia and New Zealand operations of Right Management as General Manager.
Bridget has an extensive commercial background in senior management, consulting and the law, gained over thirty years. She is a regular commentator in the Australian, Indian and New Zealand business press, and a regular speaker at conferences in Asia. Bridget and her family live in Melbourne, Australia.