The industrial age notion of how organisations work is being challenged by new ways of working. However, actually letting go of habits, beliefs, processes and attachments that no longer serve leaders and their organisations is another matter.
Blaire explored the importance of how leadership can truly bring about the step change needed to embrace the future. She highlighted the importance of being responsive and the notion of ‘bug fixing’ – encouraging leaders to fail fast, fail quickly in order to be their own disruptor. By challenging myths around leadership, Blaire tackled outdated notions of what has been done historically to identify how true innovation can be achieved.