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Free Webinar Recording: Tribal Leadership, A Primer with Dave Logan

May 14, 2012

Original date: May 16, 2012
Presented by: Dave Logan

Are your leaders going tribal?

Believe it or not, they already have. Every organization is composed of tribes–tribes which wield more organizational power than any one leader, including the CEO.

View our complimentary Linkage webinar with Dave Logan, Senior Partner at CultureSync and professor at the Marshall School of Business at USC, to learn more about Tribal Leadership, which David Allen (of Getting Things Done fame), calls “required reading.”

In this pre-recorded webinar, viewers will:

  • Explore the concept of Tribal Leadership
  • Catalogue five stages to which their organization’s tribes adhere
  • Map out their organization’s tribal landscape by identifying the active tribes in their organizations

By mastering the principles of Tribal Leadership (New York Times #1 best-seller), which emerged from a ten-year study of 24,000 people, leaders may forge more effective workplaces and achieve greater strategic success. Join this webinar to learn some Tribal Leadership basics–or join us at the Global Institute for Leadership Development to learn more from Dave Logan and 17 other thought leaders on our faculty roster.

About Dave Logan

Dave Logan GILD

Dave Logan is a New York Times #1 best-selling author, faculty member at the University of Southern California (USC), and management consultant.  He teaches management and leadership in the USC Executive MBA,  and is also on the faculty of the Getty Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University and the American College of Physician Executives.

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