Webinar: The evolution of leadership how to become a better leader for the new millennium

Written by
Changeboard Team

04 Jul 2016

04 Jul 2016 • by Changeboard Team

With change now a constant in the business landscape, the requirements of modern business leaders has transformed. How can you future-proof yourself as a leader?

Watch our exclusive webinar to hear Adam Kingl, executive director of thought leadership for London Business School Executive Education, share tactics and truths on developing your own leadership capabilities – and those of others in your organisation – to be fit for the future.

This webinar covers:

  • What competencies effective leaders need to be successful in the 21st Century 
  • How requirements differ from level to level 
  • The role of learning in the workplace
  • How to set up experiments in your own organisation 
  • Why embracing failure is a positive step

Watch the webinar here

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About the speaker: Adam sits on London Business School’s Executive Education Board and is responsible for curating and representing the School’s research, and transforming it into many formats for a practitioner audience.

He has consulted and taught courses in areas such as unleashing personal and team creativity, strategic innovation, management innovation, organisational culture, high performing teams and generational paradigms of work and leadership. He has worked with organisations including ADCO, Aldar, BBC, BP, De Beers, Disney, Ericsson, LVMH, Oman Oil, Orica, Pixar, Tesco and Zurich.  

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