Adrian Peter Tse
Mar 7, 2016

Media360 Talks series: Lindsay Pattison on how to be a modern media leader

ASIA-PACIFIC - From artificial intelligence to gender inequality, Lindsay Pattison, CEO at Maxus Worldwide, gives a speech packed with insights for current and future media leaders.

Pattison spoke at Campaign Asia-Pacific's Media360Summit on 25 February. This is the first in a series of many videos we will be publishing to give everyone a chance to see inside this invitation-only event.


  • 1:50 Artificial intelligence and leadership virtures
  • 4:35 Leadership styles: baby boomers, Gen X, Gen Y
  • 12:00 Why would people want to follow you?
  • 13:00 Empowering talent: charisma isn't enough
  • 19:00 Does being a woman matter in the way that you lead?
  • 23:00 Diversity drives better business results
  • 26:00 Taking the best of male and female leadership

See also:

Leadership must tackle unconscious bias: Lindsay Pattison
MEDIA360 SUMMIT – As any media professional knows, their industry is constantly changing. At the summit in Hong Kong, Maxus’s global CEO Lindsay Pattison suggested people are failing to update their leadership style accordingly.
All Media360Summit coverage

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