INTO the UNKNOWN. Decision Making in a complex world
We are pleased to invite you to the EGN Cross Functional Webinar: INTO the UNKNOWN. Decision Making in a complex world where the consequences off failure are high by Grant Rawlinson.
Date/Time: Thursday, July 2, 10.30am - 12.00pm interactive webinar. Registration/networking 10am – 10.30am.
Topic: INTO the UNKNOWN. Decision Making in a complex world where the consequences off failure are high.
This program will take leaders on a journey to experience critical strategic decision-making at this incredibly complex time.
The program will focus on:
- What decisions we must make?
- How we should be making decisions at this time?
- What decision-making culture does our team need as we transition our of crisis and into recovery mode?
Based on Axe’s the real-life exploratory expedition to travel from Singapore to New Zealand by Rowing Boat, this is an immersive experience which will take you far away from the normal office environment with the specific objective of allowing you to focus back on your office environment, but from a different perspective.
About the speaker:
Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson
Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson is a team decision-making coach and human powered explorer.
Axe inspires and coachers leaders and teams how to adopt the “Explorer’s Mindset” so they can lead their fields by being unique rather than playing in the same pack as everyone else. Through teaching teams working in complex environments how to make better decisions together, Axe helps organisations become more exploratory minded, highly-aligned and adaptable, and antifragile.
From the summit of Everest, walking across entire countries to crossing sea’s and continents completely by human power, Axe’s unique and powerful solutions have been developed through years of hard earned experience operating in teams in high-pressure, complex environments all over the world.
10:30am: Welcome & EGN update
10.35am: INTO the UNKNOWN. Decision Making in a complex world where the consequences off failure are high by Grant Rawlinson
11.55am: Meeting Close