Authentic leadership. What does it really mean?
Gabrielle Dolan, a keynote speaker at the IABC World Conference, happening 11–14 June 2017, doesn’t just talk about being an authentic thought leader, she lives her life like one. Her motto is “I believe the best relationships are built on trust and mutual respect, so if that sounds all good to you…let’s go.”
As a communication professional, you are in the best position to use the power of communication to unify and support your organization’s marketing and brand efforts. That’s why the IABC World Conference will offer a rich assortment of new insights, case studies and expert analysis to help you get there.
We’ll bring our theme, Global Business: Lead Communication—Make Real Impact, to life with sessions that will inform your ability to improve the performance of your organization.
Why authenticity matters
Gabrielle’s session, “Authentic leadership: What does it really mean?” will challenge and entertain, as well as motivate and inspire you to elevate your role as a communication professional.
The presentation will cover:
- The evolution of leadership and the global trends that are driving this change.
- The impact and opportunities this change is having on communication professionals.
- The evolving role of corporate affairs/internal communications.
- The future capabilities and characteristics required to succeed as a communication professional.
- The opportunity communication professionals can embrace to influence organizational strategy, be the voice of the people and to champion authentic leadership.
Here’s a personal invitation from Gabrielle:
Gabrielle Dolan is a global thought leader on authentic leadership and communication. She has worked with thousands of high-profile leaders from around the world, helping them to become better leaders and communicators using the art of business storytelling. Gabrielle is a highly sought after international keynote speaker. She works with some of Australia’s top 50 ASX companies including NAB, Australia Post, Telstra and ANZ and multinational companies such as Accenture, Ericsson and International Committee Red Cross.