Nancy Hauge, Jim Kouzes to Present at this Year’s UNICON Team Development Conference
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At this year’s UNICON Team Development Conference, you will have the opportunity to listen and interact with three speakers recognized internationally for their contributions to leadership studies – Nancy Hauge, Jim Kouzes and Patrick Lencioni.
Here’s more about guest speakers Nancy Hauge and Jim Kouzes.
Nancy is the Chief Human Resources Officer at Automation Anywhere, a company striving “to make work human by automating mundane business processes.”
For Hauge, more human interactions through a greater dependence on technology isn’t a paradoxical concept.1
“Consider what happens when someone asks us what tomorrow’s weather will be like,” Nancy Hauge said.
“Back in 2005, we would have Googled it on our computer. By 2015, we would check our smartphone. Today? We can say, ‘Alexa . . .’ and never lose eye contact with the other person.”
“Now think about that from a business perspective,” Hauge said. “People who have fingers on the keyboard, looking up information, transferring stuff from one spreadsheet to another can now hand over those tasks to the bots. And what do humans get to do? They get to engage with other humans, solve real problems, create more things.”
Link to Nancy Hauge presentation at Human Capital Institute
“Reimagining HR In A Bot Economy”
Jim is an Executive Fellow at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University and the co-author with Barry Posner of the award-winning and best-selling book, “The Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations”
Jim has co-authored over a dozen other books, including Stop Selling & Start Leading, Learning Leadership, The Truth About Leadership, Credibility, Encouraging the Heart, and A Leader’s Legacy, as well as the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI)—the top-selling off-the-shelf leadership assessment in the world.
The Wall Street Journal named Jim one of the ten best executive educators in the U.S and Jim has also been recognized as one of HR Magazine’s Top 20 Most Influential International Thinkers,
Jim is also an experienced executive. He served as president, then CEO and chairman of the Tom Peters Company from 1988-until 2000. Prior to his tenure at TPC he directed the Executive Development Center at Santa Clara University from 1981 through 1987. He also founded the Joint Center for Human Services Development at San Jose State University, which he directed from 1972 until 1980. Jim’s lifelong career in education began in 1967-1969 when he served for two years in the Peace Corps.2
Top 10 Leadership Lessons by Jim Kouzes
1 By Mark Emmons, contributor Dynamic Signal https://dynamicsignal.com/2019/08/28/nancy-hauge-summit/