Leadership Skills Series: Making Adaptability a Habit
Learn how to develop mindsets, tools, and practices to make adaptability and agility a personal habit.
Headspring Virtual Masterclasses
We all know that we are living through an age of unprecedented rates of change. We are all well versed in narratives about landscape shifts, industry disruptions, strategy redundancies. However, familiarity with the challenge does not necessarily equal a solution.
What do we as individuals need to navigate these waters? What skills do leaders especially need to develop to keep their organisations relevant and successful in the 21st century?
Join us for a virtual talk led by Adam Kingl, business educator and author of Next Generation Leadership, to debate these and other questions and understand what adaptability means for your business and your teams.
What you'll learn:
- Mindsets, tools, and practices that you can use for yourself and in the learning and development of others to make adaptability and agility a personal habit.
- How to collectively build the organisational capacity and capability for adaptation.
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Expertise and Experience
Leadership and Management Educator, Author and Strategy Consultant
With a career spanning a wide range of industries including entertainment, consulting, and education, Adam Kingl has spent decades working in innovation, strategy, culture and leadership. Adam is an expert on generational paradigms in the workplace, creativity, strategic and management innovation, the future of work, leadership and culture, and fulfilling organisational and personal purpose.
Adam is Associate Faculty at Headspring, the joint venture between Financial Times and IE Business School. Previously, he was the Regional Managing Director for Duke Corporate Education, leading the organisation’s business in Europe, and advising clients on issues of adaptability, performance, creativity, and purpose. Before Duke, he was the Executive Director of Thought Leadership and Learning Solutions for London Business School (LBS). He also was an associate at Saatchi & Saatchi and the Management Innovation eXchange. Furthermore, Adam worked for the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), providing accreditation and creating standards for corporate universities and learning functions as a member of the CLIP (Corporate Learning Improvement Process) steering committee.
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