Benevolent rebels are the most under-valued talent tribe in every organization. The idea people, the courageous truth seekers, the passionate few who will go the distance to help the organization succeed — and not for money or recognition.
So why are so many benevolent rebels banished to corporate Siberia at the very time we need them the most? Why do 90 percent of companies believe that activating rebels can create a more innovative corporate culture BUT just a third are very satisfied that rebels can provide value in their companies? What new management skills are needed to lead rebels so that they provide value instead of dissolving into disruptive troublemakers?
Lois Kelly shares highlights from the , offers advice on how to help rebels believe in and unleash their much-needed value in positive ways, raises some provocative views on new management competencies in an age of change and innovation, and comes clean about her corporate rebel story and how it’s affected her career.
You’ll come away inspired, provoked, and open to changing in ways that will make a difference — to you, your organization, and those you want to inspire and serve.
To learn more about my personal rebel story and some fascinating insights and advice for positive corporate rebels, click on over to the Rebel, Rebel page.