Every corporation needs to have T-shaped leadership, which consists of individuals who are able to transfer information across the organization while maintaining their focus on their departments. Join Dr. Gibson as he dissects the subtleties of Big-T Leaders (BTLs) and Little-T Leaders (LTLs), as well as the ways in which businesses can foster and optimize this talent in order to establish a firm that is constantly innovating and expanding.
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Creating Organizational Alignment with “Mission Command”
Creating alignment while an organization is undergoing transformation is always a tough endeavor. During his presentation on this subject, Dr. Gibson explains how the philosophy of Mission Command, which is utilized by the United States Military, can be utilized by organizations of any size to create vertical and horizontal alignment while scaling. Mission Command is defined as the execution of decen
What aspects of the culture of my organization are responsible for the high levels of mental stress and burnout that my employees experience? Who would you recommend as a good example for women of color who are trying to become successful in a field that is dominated by men? Moreover, what actions would Deion Sanders take? When it comes to crisis leadership, Dr. Gibson is able to provide accurate responses to all of these queries. Dr. Gibson has cooperated with notable CEOs and sports icons who are prepared to share their stories of crises so that others can benefit from them. In addition, he has developed a five-step plan for leaders who are ready to tackle staff burnout.
Military Diversity and Leadership
Drawing on his twenty-five years of meritorious service in the Army, Dr. Gibson has delivered presentations on a variety of subjects that are related to the United States military. The participation of veterans in the civilian workforce, the mental health and wellness of service members, military mentoring, and diversity, equity, and inclusion within the African American military community as well as the wider military community are some of the issues that fall under this category. However, this list is not exhaustive.