EFMD has launched the Innovation in Leadership Special Interest Group (SIG) to take a fresh look at what their leaders do, what makes them effective, and what kind of talent
EFMD has launched the Innovation in Leadership Special Interest Group (SIG) to take a fresh look at what their leaders do, what makes them effective, and what kind of talent development will shape the leaders of tomorrow.
Sponsored by Hult/Ashridge, the group brought together La Baloise, Barry Callebout, Bayer, Engie, Essilor, Naturgy, Nokia, Repsol, Siemens, SwissRe, L’Oréal and UBS, who have analysed 8 beliefs, which constitute the building blocks for Innovation in Leadership, based on business and academic literature and the direct experience of the group.
To learn more about the outcome of this group, we invite you to join our three free webinars.
This is webinar 2 of 3:
How the eight beliefs created coherence across the 12 partner organisations in the SIG and helped clarify the nature of the innovation that each member company had initiated.
Case study One: Need to change fundamentally leadership mindsets in L’Oréal
Speaker: David Arnera
Case study Two: Pushing responsibility on the leaders to help themselves; building peer-to-peer learning in Bayer
Speaker: Susan Francis
This webinar is dedicated to learning professionals from both companies and L&D providers (Business Schools, Executive Education Centers / Consultancies).
Attendance is free but requires registration in advance.
This EFMD webinar will be run using Zoom.
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(Thursday) 13:00 - 14:00
Speakers for this event
Deputy Director HR Learning Corporate, L’Oréal
Managing Director, Nigelpaine.com Ltd.
Senior Learning & Training Manager – Executive Curriculum, Bayer