Join our On Demand Webinar on ‘Making Strategy Stick’
Setting strategy is the starting point for a successful leader. It is the platform on which you can build your leadership and ultimately make your mark.
David Pich, Chief Executive of the Institute of Managers and Leaders, will talk through the steps you should consider when setting strategy and the reasons why strategies fail.
As the author of IML’s Leadership Matters: 7 skills of very successful leaders’ chapter on Setting Strategy, he knows all too well the impact of good strategy, and the consequences of strategy when it is unaligned with a business’ vision.
Successful leaders set strategy. If you can’t set strategy – and crucially, if you can’t communicate that strategy effectively – you are almost certainly doomed to fail as a leader.
During this webinar you will learn about:
- Why your business needs strategy
- How to set a clear strategy
- When strategy needs to evolve
Meet our guest speaker
David Pich MA (Cantab), CMgr FIML , GAICD – Chief Executive, Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia and New Zealand
As the first national Chief Executive of the Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia and New Zealand – one of Australia’s oldest, largest and most pre-eminent, non-profit leadership Institutes, David advocates for sound management and leadership practise in the workplace and beyond.
He began his career in senior HR roles at Cadbury Schweppes and Hewlett-Packard, and followed this in executive roles across Marketing, PR and fundraising at PwC, Gadens Lawyers and CanTeen. His first Chief Executive appointment was at a medical research foundation in Sydney. From there he was appointed as the Head of Australia and New Zealand at ACCA – one of the world’s largest membership organisations.
David is a graduate of Cambridge University and Western Sydney University and is the author of two bestselling and utterly absorbing books about sound leadership practice. In his spare time David is the Deputy Chair of the Intensive Care Foundation of Australian & New Zealand and the President of the P&C of the local state primary school.
He lives in Brisbane with his wife and two young daughters and when he’s not talking about, and presenting on, leadership, David can be found plodding the streets in search of the ever-elusive sub-3hour marathon.