LEADERS AS BEACONS OF THE GOOD
Supported by Autonomous Non-Commercial Organization Russia – the Country of Opportunities
Maria Afonina, Vice Rector for Educational Activities of the Management Workshop "Senezh"
Anna Zavalina, Head of Pedagogy at the Management Workshop "Senezh"
Artem Metelev, Chairman of the Council, Association of Volunteer Centers; Member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation
The world has changed a lot during the pandemic, and some new challenges and new formats of social interaction have emerged. The pace of change is in fact so fast that we have no time for knowledge to be structured or formalized in textbooks, manuals, and books.
The time to develop algorithms to tackle a New Challenge has dramatically shortened. Professionals and specialists are faced with a situation where they are required to develop algorithms “here and now.” As a result, the mission of conveying the skill of teaching how to learn has been vested on the leaders, on those who take risks and are the first to make a new decision in the new reality.
Issues for discussion:
• What kind of world are we going to live in after the pandemic?
• How can we prepare for it now, when this should have been done yesterday?
• Why does a leader in the modern world have to take not only social responsibility, such as implementing social and charitable projects, but also to be a source of knowledge and education?
• Why does a leader in today's world need the competencies of a coach?