Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn: People-centered leadership practices to develop a culture of learning

August 27, 2020 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Central Time
Contact AME: 224-232-5980 | conference@ame.org
Fees
Complimentary
DESCRIPTION

In this webinar, Katie Anderson will share insights and practices about leadership and learning and challenge you to set your intention for your personal improvement. The webinar will showcase examples from her forthcoming book, "Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn"—the result of years of conversations between her and Isao Yoshino, a 40-year Toyota leader and John Shook’s first manager at Toyota. Join us and explore the practices of people-centered leaders, coaches, and learners aiming to create cultures of learning.

PRESENTER

Katie Anderson

Katie Anderson is an internationally recognized leadership coach, consultant and speaker. Anderson is best known for her focus on helping individuals and organizations lead with intention. In 2013, she launched KBJ Anderson Consulting to work with leaders at all levels and organizations of all sizes to connect and align their purpose, process and practice to achieve higher levels of performance. Additionally, Anderson facilitates the thriving AME San Francisco Bay Area Consortium.

She has lived in five countries outside the United States – including the UK, Australia and Japan. It was during her family’s 18-month experience in Japan that she developed a professional relationship with 40-year Toyota leader Isao Yoshino. What began as a connection filled with deep conversations evolved into the forthcoming book, "Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn: Lessons from Toyota Leader Isao Yoshino on a Lifetime of Continuous Learning." She retains a strong connection to Japan and regularly leads study trips to Japan for leaders looking to deepen their knowledge of lean practices and Japanese culture.

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