Netaly Ophir Flint is a Partner at KONU - an international consultancy for leadership development and change management that specializes in the art of Adaptive Leadership. At KONU, she works with mission-driven individuals, executives, and organizations to help them adapt and thrive as they tackle complex challenges in a rapidly changing world.
Until recently, Netaly served as the CEO of the Reut Institute Group - a 21st Century think tank and leadership group designed to address the most pressing issues facing Israel and the Jewish people. In the past, Netaly led Reut’s groundbreaking work on the changing relations between Israel and world Jewry, specifically focusing on the Israeli Diaspora as a catalyst for Jewish Peoplehood.
Netaly holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government as a Wexner Israel Fellow and a dual MA in International Relations and Conflict Management and Resolution from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She is also a certified mediator and facilitator.
Sunday 22nd Nov
Leadership for Turbulent Times
We are currently living In a volatile, uncertain, complex, and adaptive world. The need for progress and change on difficult systemic issues is all around us: digitalization, political uncertainty, race and inclusion, financial upheaval, and the list goes on. In this context, people are increasingly called on to lead their teams and communities through significant operational and cultural reforms. However, the attributes that served our management well in the past - technical expertise, respect for functional and industry boundaries, and deference to hierarchy - are no longer sufficient. To survive and thrive in this environment, more adaptive approaches are needed.
In this session, we will draw on the Adaptive Leadership Framework – developed at Harvard’s Kennedy School – to gain insights into how to navigate these turbulent times. Join us to deepen your leadership practice for this crucial moment in history.