CHEC HELD INVITES YOU TO A CRITICAL CONVERSATION IN OUR PLANNED SERIES ON OPEN AI: Higher Education leadership in challenging times
Critical conversationalist: Dr. Cobus Oosthuizen
The world we live in is rapidly changing, and we face complex challenges that require exceptional intellectual character to effectively lead. As leaders, we need to possess a combination of traits, such as curiosity, humility, adaptability, resilience, and critical thinking, that enable us to navigate uncertain and volatile environments with wisdom and agility. This Critical Conversation will introduce the Triarchic Leadership Mindset for navigating the complex today and uncertain tomorrow. Mental processes form the bedrock of leadership thinking, reasoning, and acting, and the right mindset is critical for navigating the complex, chaotic, and unpredictable times we find ourselves in, let alone an uncertain future. This Critical Conversation will introduce attendees to the appropriate mindset required to successfully lead in these challenging times.
Topic: Higher Education leadership in challenging times
Date: 26 May 2023
Register: Register online
Bio of critical conversationalist
Cobus is the Dean of Postgraduate Business Programmes at Boston City Campus. His areas of specialisation are Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy, with keen interests extending into the areas of technology, innovation, complexity, philosophy, ethics, artificial intelligence, futures studies, neurophilosophy, and practical wisdom. His research focus is on leadership cognition, mental modalities, and neuroplasticity to enact peak leadership performance. In April of this year, Cobus received the Morné Mostert award for Futures-related PhD (Title: “A 4IR Integrated intelligence Taxonomy and Measurement Framework for Top Management.”)