C-level executives today need a different skillset to deal with the current business realities. What abilities and behaviours do organisations need in their leaders – now and in the future?
Take Ownership of Your Self-Development
While traditional management competencies are still relevant, they are not enough when it comes to dealing with extraordinary circumstances.
Reinventing business models, recovering damaged relationships, and restoring the enthusiasm of a demotivated team require true leadership, empathy, and an active interest in others.
While it is often easier to outsource learning and development to human resources, we believe each leader should take ownership of their self-development and that of their teams. This session will offer you key techniques and a methodology to develop your transformational leadership skills and to accelerate your self-development.
Join us for a virtual talk led by Álvaro González Alorda, Headspring Associate Professor and author of Head, Heart and Hands, to debate these and other questions and understand how you can transform yourself to transform your business.Watch on Demand
Álvaro González Alorda
Álvaro González Alorda is Associate Professor at Headspring and Managing Partner of emergap, a consulting firm specialized in transformation management. He has collaborated with more than 100 companies in 30 countries.
Álvaro is also a visiting professor at ESE (Chile), IAE (Argentina), IEEM (Uruguay), INALDE (Colombia), among other business schools. He is also a guest speaker at IESE Business School (USA). In addition to his consulting activity and his lecturing, Álvaro’s expertise in the industry is recognised worldwide and he is an international speaker of countless keynotes that have entertained and engaged thousands around the world including multiple presences in TED.
Álvaro studied at the University of Navarra (FCOM’96) and at IESE Business School (PDD’06) and completed a period of research at Harvard Business School (2007).Learn more about Álvaro González Alorda
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