17Oct2012
October 18, 2005 Hanover Manor
An Alternative Leadership Model for the 21st Century –
Keeping your Sanity, Sense of Humor and Soul in the Workplace

Kenny Moore


PDP Information:
Program Number: C020-18102005 
Program Title: "An Alternative Leadership Model for the 21st Century –  Keeping your Sanity, Sense of Humor and Soul in the Workplace " 
PDUs: 1.5 
Category Type: 3
Subject Areas 
Knowledge: 10
Process: 06
Application/Specific Interest Groups: 30
Activity Sponsor: NJ/PMI Chapter
Kenny Moore, former monk and present-day business executive, discussed the changing role of leadership in a turbulent and unforgiving business environment. This interactive, insightful and entertaining session focused on organizational theory, case studies and various H.R. interventions in a NYC Fortune 500 company. 
The program addressed the following business principles: 
• The surprising fact that leaders who can manage to “close their mouths and listen” have a better chance of being heard, believed and followed 
• Getting out of the way and letting employees use their God-given talents makes them want to stay and contribute to the bottom-line; rekindling the lost art of “intrinsic” motivation can be fun, 
• “Managing” change is a self-contradiction, perpetuating the false belief that we could be in charge of making someone else actually change; 
• Inexpensive and rewarding (personally, professionally and commercially); losing your soul to maximize shareholder return hurts the business and prolongs your stay in Purgatory. 

Kenny Moore is co-author of “The CEO and the Monk: One Company’s Journey to Profit and Purpose”, rated as one of the top-ten best selling business books on Amazon.com. Reporting directly to the Chairman and CEO, he is Corporate Ombudsman and Director of Human Resource at KeySpan Corporation. Kenny has over 20 years experience with change management, leadership development and healing the corporate community. He’s been profiled on CBS Sunday Morning News, and interviewed by Tom Peters, The Wall Street Journal and Fast Company magazine regarding his unique leadership style. He is past-President of the New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group. 

Kenny did not have vu-graphs.

Updated: 09Jun09