OD Network Webinar 10-7-2014 -Peer to Peer Leadership: An OD Perspective
Peer to Peer Leadership: An OD Perspective
Presented by: Mila Baker
Aired on Tuesday, October 7, 2014
12 PM EDT/11 AM CDT/9 AM PDT
Duration: 90 Minutes
Join in for a lively discussion on a new framework and perspective on organizational life - building peer to peer network communities and peer to peer leadership. As new workplace designs, organization structures and new leadership styles emerge from organizations struggling to adapt and adjust to the new realities of a global, transparent and hyper connected world, organization development practitioners are helping organizations implement the changes necessary to be successful. Based on new book - Peer to Peer Leadership. Why the Network is the Leader, Mila Baker will give an overview of how organizations are responding, the books concepts and the upcoming session at the ODN Annual Conference, October 25-28, 2014, that will be held in Philadelphia will continue the dialogue on the role of OD in this new landscape.
To find out about Mila's session at the conference and more, click here.
Mila Baker is a top practitioner-scholar, corporate executive and author of Peer to Peer Leadership. Why the Network is the Leader. She is an innovative, visionary and strategic thinker who is passionate about organization development, leadership, communication in organizations and developing leaders to be successful. Dr. Baker is Associate Professor Human Resources Management and Organization Development, New York University School for Continuing and Professional Studies and Visiting Professor at Kuwait University. She lectures on strategic change, organization development, human resources, multicultural communication, leadership, and organization design. She is a frequent speaker and consultant and coaches senior leaders. Prior to joining NYU she spent most of her career in large multinational organizations including Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer Inc, Dana Corporation and the World Bank. She is a licensed psychologist and lives in Brooklyn.