HEC Paris in Qatar, one of the world’s leading providers of executive education, will host ‘Leading Leaders through Complexity’ Executive Short Programme on January 28-29 to educate managers on how to become more effective leaders in today’s complex and disruptive business environment.
Prof Michelle Zandvoort, HEC Paris, an expert in the psychological elements of change management and leadership training, will lead the two-day executive short programme that will be held at the HEC Paris campus in Tornado Tower.
This programme is designed to help senior leaders develop new leadership pathways through innovative learning processes with an in-depth reflective practice.
The programme provides new insights on how leaders can successfully guide their organisation through both evolutionary and disruptive changes, how to ‘co-create meaning’ with stakeholders, and the new ways of leading ‘self’ as well as leading others.
“Today’s managers need to be agile and highly adaptive in order to sustain and succeed in tough times. This fast paced digital era demands leaders who are equipped to take disruptive decisions and lead the team from the front. Our ‘Leading Leaders through Complexity’ Executive Short programme aims to harness these qualities and offer them the ways to influence and motivate their team members to drive changes. Additionally, the programme aims at enabling managers to discover new ways of building and maintaining resilience in the face of major challenges. Participants will also be learning key concepts and skills to optimise their current leadership style,” said Prof Zandvoort.
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