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Leadership Styles through the Crisis

In the turbulent times we’re facing, we more than ever need good leaders. Join our virtual session and learn the attributes and capabilities that rise up the priority list for business leaders.

Leadership through the Crisis

As the Coronavirus pandemic took grip of the world, leaders from politics and business alike were thrust into the spotlight and scrutinised for their decisiveness, reaction, communication and proactive approach to dealing with the crisis.


With no greater magnifying lens on leadership styles than a crisis, we take a look at the response from a number of business and political leaders, highlighting key figures – (Donald Trump, Jacinda Ardern, Boris Johnson, Bernard Looney, Brian Chesky etc ) and look at their response, communication, leadership styles, the responses they received and what these have done to their own brand. What can we learn from some of the events that shaped their leadership through the crisis and what can we learn from each leader? 


Combining this journalistic view of events with a expert view on leadership styles we look at what this means for the future of leadership - what are the attributes and capabilities that rise up the priority list for business leaders of the future?

SECURE YOUR PLACE

Thursday, 25 June

10am (BST) / 11am (CEST) /
1pm (GST)

SPEAKERS

Expertise and Experience

Michael Skapinker

Associate Editor, Financial Times
Executive Editor, Headspring

Adam Kingl

Leadership and Management Educator, Author and Strategy Consultant

Pilita Clark

Associate Editor and Business Columnist, Financial Times

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This event is hosted in collaboration with Headspring, a joint venture between the Financial Times and IE Business School.

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