With rapid and far-reaching advancements in technology and communication, this highly dynamic environment challenges us to embrace continuous innovation and adaptability. What it means to be successful is evolving and with that brings new styles of leadership and ways of doing business. But there are some things that should remain the same, across the ages. Some things are just timeless.
Continuing the discussion started at our Top 100 Awards, this series will go deeper into how leaders become “Timeless”—integrating change, but also retaining core values—and what that really means for the organizations they serve. Hear from the Top 100 Winners within your own community, including JudyLynn Archer, 2009 Top 100 Award Winner, President & CEO of Women Building Futures, Colonel Krista Brodie, 2013 Top 100 Award Winner, Canadian Armed Forces, and Jenny Gulamani-Abdulla, 2013 Top 100 Award Winner, President of Gulamani-Abdulla & Co., Immigration Consulting.