Being good isn’t good enough these days. If you want to thrive, if you want to make an impact and if you want to achieve exceptional results then you need to be remarkable. Remarkable gets noticed. Remarkable does better than everyone else. Remarkable enables your finest work. But achieving remarkability is no easy task these days—the pace of change and disruption is making it harder and harder to stay at the front of the pack. Adam will share with you the blueprint and DNA you will need to become remarkable. It is a rendering of what your organization needs to be and have in place— the core pillars of Purpose, People and Platform create the foundations for long-term remarkable performance. Rooted in twenty years of leadership experience he will share the realities, challenges and benefits of achieving remarkability and the transformation journey.
Participants will come away with:
· Full understanding of the remarkability framework and its component elements
· The benefits of remarkability
· The process to achieving remarkability, including common barriers and how to overcome them
· A framework for staying remarkable
Adam believes in the potential of leaders to make their organizations remarkable and do work that can change their communities and the world.
Adam works with executives, leaders and boards to help them achieve remarkability through organizational renewal and transformation. Amidst the challenges of disruption, change and complexity, he uses a proven structure that will enable any organization to move from stale or struggling to remarkable. He brings over twenty years of experience in leadership, governance, strategy, culture and change to help his clients create greater impact, relevance and value as an organization. He is the author of Making Remarkable: How to Deliver Purpose, Inspire People, and Build a Platform for Exceptional Results.
When not helping clients become remarkable organizations, Adam is a Director at the Canadian Centre for Advanced Leadership in the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary. Prior to current roles, Adam was the 18th President and CEO of the Calgary Chamber of Commerce where he took a struggling and traditional chamber of commerce and transformed the organization into a dynamic and award-winning entity. Adam has also held the positions of Vice President and Chief Economist for Calgary Economic Development, and Manager with PWC in its Real Estate Advisory Services practice based in Calgary, Alberta.