We are pleased to invite you to our Wednesday Research Seminar. It will be held on February 6th from 4pm, at Middlesex University Dubai in the Oasis Theatre, Block 16, Knowledge Park.
Wednesday Research Seminar Series was launched in 2008, and has featured more than 240 presentations to date. The seminars provide a forum for researchers to share their work. Presenters include faculty from Middlesex University Dubai and other universities in the United Arab Emirates, as well as researchers from other global institutions. Dr. Glenn Williams will deliver seminar on:
“What is the link between leadership character, organisational culture, and long-term success?
In the light of high-profile collapses and public leadership failures around the world, there is no better time than now to challenge the traditional discourse on leadership — and in particular, a leader’s values and ethics in relation to personal and organisational performance. In 2011, Dr. Glenn Williams set out to explore the link between leadership character and performance. What defines it? Can it be measured? Is it more likely that businesses will thrive if their leaders and workplace culture have a set of values that consistently drives not only their performance, but become foundational to their business practices, brand, and results? How do organisations maintain a strong commitment to ethical leadership when they are under pressure to deliver great results? Dr. Williams will share from his research and give practical insights from his direct work with CEOs, Board Chairs and executives, having worked with leaders in 40 countries.
Dr. Glenn is the founder and CEO of LCP Global Pty Ltd, a leading strategic management consulting firm. With more than 25 years working as a psychologist, executive, and board member in more than 40 countries, he is passionate about changing the way leaders think and behave.
He works with business leaders, executive coaches, HR professionals, consultants, and leadership development professionals to give them the tools they need to help organizations achieve their objectives. Its leadership solutions are backed by rigorous research and include the results-oriented Leadership Capacity Program.
Before founding the firm in 2010, Glenn held senior roles with a global U.S.-based NGO with offices in 18 countries that provided educational products in 150 countries. He served as Group Vice President, Senior Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer for Global Operations, overseeing up to 700 direct staff members and a budget of US$110 million.
Earlier in his career, Glenn was a regional sales representative with the multinational company NSK Bearings and launched Pro-Fam Australia, which focused on building strong families and communities and grew into Asia, North America, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East.
Glenn holds a doctorate from George Fox University, where he focused on the relationship between leadership character and performance. He also facilitates executive roundtables for Halftime Australia, helping leaders align their successes, influence, and opportunities to build a legacy of significance.
We look forward to welcoming you at the seminar.
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