february, 2021

wed24feb13:0014:30onlineParadoxes of LeadershipNeuroscience-based Leadership in the Information Age13:00 - 14:30 Location:Online

Event Details

Our world is changing. It changes at an accelerating rate. So should we, if we want to keep up with the change. We need to re-invent ourselves, as we have been re-inventing our environment. We have become the chief architects of life on earth. But the chief architect more resembles the magician’s apprentice, because the impact of change we are causing is beyond our grasp, creating climate change and upsetting our ecosystem.

In this session Prof. dr. Steven Poelmans will present the main ideas of the book “Paradoxes of Leadership. Neuroscience-based Leadership for the Information Age”, a book written for the leaders and shapers of this new world: the ones who are clever enough to understand that in order to recreate a better world we need to become smarter than our previous selves.

Based on hundreds of observations of managers-in action in the NeuroTrainingLab™ Steven Poelmans developed the Paradox Theory of Leadership. Its central premise is that successful managers are capable of balancing many paradoxes while engaging in complex human interactions that involve solving problems and building relationships.

This session is about how to lead and interconnect people in the knowledge and service society, with the brain in mind.

The session is led by:

  • Prof. dr. Steven Poelmans, Professor of Neuromanagement & Strategic Leadership, Antwerp Management School, University of Antwerp
  • Bruce Fecheyr-Lippens, founder of Huapii and former Chief Talent Officer at Euroclear

Registration

Free registration

Speakers

  • Bruce Fecheyr-Lippens

    Bruce Fecheyr-Lippens

    Founder of Huapii and former Chief Talent Officer at Euroclear

    Founder of Huapii and former Chief Talent Officer at Euroclear

  • Steven Poelmans

    Steven Poelmans

    Professor of Neuromanagement & Strategic Leadership, Antwerp Management School, University of Antwerp, Belgium

    Professor of Neuromanagement & Strategic Leadership, Antwerp Management School, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Location

Online

Time

(Wednesday) 13:00 - 14:30