Sam Isaacson (UK)

Sam Isaacson (UK)

Executive Coach (EMCC), Founder of the Coachtech Collective

Sam Isaacson is an experienced executive coach and business adviser now best-known as a thought leader on the intersections of leadership, coaching and technology. His work is predominantly with leaders dealing with disruptive change as well as governance advisory, with a particular focus on digital transformation and innovation.

He led the introduction of England’s biggest coaching qualification in the form of the Coaching Professional apprenticeship standard and has contributed in several ways to the practitioner and academic literature on coaching. He engages with the biggest coaching professional bodies on the development of guidelines for the use of technology and regularly speaks on the topic.

He is the founder of the Coachtech Collective, an open community of professional coaches grappling with the emergence of technology, and sits on an advisory board for Chiltern Music Therapy.

16:00 - 16:30

Artificial intelligence and the future of leadership

In this session we will explore the intersection of AI and leadership. Leaders will gain an increased awareness of how leadership styles and practices have been shaped by technology changes, how leadership will be affected by the current trajectory of change, and what to adopt as good leadership practices for the future. Coaches will benefit from an increased understanding of leadership challenges presented by technology and how to incorporate these into their coaching practice. Specifically, we will look at: the role that AI has historically played in organisations and on society, and the direct and indirect impacts it has had on leadership current capabilities of AI and the decisions leaders are having to make on a daily basis the trajectory of AI and what leaders will need to do to have the most positive impact in the future

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