In-Person: 24 May 15.00 – 25 May 15.00 CEST / Online: 25 May 16.30 – 15.00 CEST
The last two years have been among the most challenging for leaders who have had to embrace reinvention and restructuring on a mass scale while maintaining motivation in a hybrid work environment and attending to their own wellbeing.
This event will explore how organisations’ expectations around leadership capabilities are shifting. We will consider to what degree the new work context demands leadership capabilities that are different to those we have prioritised and valued historically. We will explore what steps we can take to improve the impact of leadership development, to respond to new demands and to best prepare leaders to be effective in unforeseen circumstances.
This session will be run in partnership with faculty from IMD Business School and will build on the accompanying CRF research report.
- Challenge your assumptions about the characteristics of high impact leadership.
- Update your thinking about how to design and deliver effective leadership development through input from expert faculty and dialogue with peers.
- Evaluate whether current strategies for leadership development are fit-for-purpose and how they need to adapt to the new business context.
Who is this Event for?
HR Directors and senior Talent, L&D and Leadership development specialists with responsibility for developing leaders in their organisation.