Developing tomorrow’s leaders has never been more important.
Technology, globalization, and current events have transformed the corporate work environment, and experts agree that the unprecedented pace of change we are seeing will only quicken. With so much up in the air, there is one thing that remains certain: Developing those who will lead tomorrow’s companies has never been more important. Within this context, pro bono is emerging as an innovative, high-impact strategy that can equip corporate leaders with the skills they will need to thrive.
We at Taproot wanted to explore the connection between pro bono and modern leadership, so we brought together two leadership development experts and pro bono enthusiasts: George Hallenbeck, Director, Commercialization at the Center for Creative Leadership, and Austin Dowling, Head of Human Resources for the Americas at Macquarie Group. The pair sat down with Cat Ward, Taproot’s former National Director of Advisory Services, to discuss essential leadership skills and how pro bono can help develop them.
This dynamic conversation explores the latest on where corporate leadership development is going and how pro bono is forging exciting new paths to create the leaders we need both today and tomorrow.
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