Judgment is the key to true leadership. A leader’s most important role is making good judgment calls in three domains: key people, strategy and crisis. Great leaders have a high percentage of good judgment calls; they are only good if the execution is successful.
The second most important role is to develop other leaders who can make good judgment calls. Leaders are said to have a good judgment when they repeatedly make judgment calls that turn out well. And these calls often turn out well because they have mastered a complex process that unfolds in several dimensions.
Why do some organisations consistently win in the marketplace, while others struggle from crisis to crisis? The answer is LEADERSHIP. Winning organisations have good leaders who know how to make smart decisions and implement them quickly and they develop others to be leaders as well.
Noel Tichy is a Professor of organisational behaviour and human resource management at the University of Michigan Business School and a worldwide consultant specialising in leadership and organisational transformation.
Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) in partnership with Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Foundation and Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam will be the first to organise this Guru Event and bring in Dr Tichy to present BRAND NEW MATERIAL on leadership based on his latest book ‘Judgment: The Essence of Leadership’. Co-authored by fellow leadership sage, Warren Bennis, this discovers a major new concept in the study of leadership and will be addressed for the first time in Brunei.
This special Guru Event entitled “Judgement Calls: Developing Leaders to Compete in a Challenging Global Environment” by Noel Tichy will be held on Monday, 20th October 2008 at the Empire Hotel & Country Club Theatre. The event is organised by UBD in partnership with Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Foundation and Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam and sponsored by the Empire Hotel & Country Club.
The Guru Event would benefit individuals who are involved in decision-making roles in their organisations such as Permanent Secretaries, Deputy Permanent Secretaries, Director Generals, Directors and Deputy Directors of Government Ministries and equally Executive Board members, Presidents, Chairmen, Vice Presidents, CEOs, Managing Directors, General Managers, Head of Departments, Marketing Directors, CIOs, COOs, CKOs, Human Resource Executives and Training Directors instrumental in developing the workforce; Managers being groomed to lead the organization and Academicians.