The role of HR and L&D in the new capitalism
Chief Executives from the world’s leading organizations argued that companies should no longer advance only the interests of shareholders.
The shift comes at a moment of increasing distress in the corporate world amidst global discontent over income inequality, sustainability and substandard quality of work-life.
Though this shift seems unique, history shows us that capitalism has evolved numerous times over the centuries. At this inflection point:
- what can businesses do to survive and thrive?
- what role do HR and L&D leaders can play to leverage the positive impact of their businesses in society?
Join us for a fascinating conversation with Adam Kingl to answer this and several other questions.View on Demand
Author, Educator, keynote speaker and Advisor.
Adam is Adjunct Faculty at Ashridge – Hult International Business School and an instructor at Imperial College London, Sauder School of Business – University of British Columbia, Headspring Executive Development, and Duke Corporate Education.
Acknowledged for his thought-leadership in innovation, strategy, culture and leadership, Adam Kingl is a regular keynote speaker and conference facilitator – his work has entertained and inspired thousands of people and organisations.
Adam is also the author of “The Next Generation Leadership” – an inspirational and high praised book that explores the character of the emerging workforce and how the nature of leadership and business will change over the next few decades as Gen Y assumes managerial positions. Adam’s expertise can also be found in multiple publications such as The Financial Times, Sunday Times, Forbes, Fortune, The Guardian, and Fast Company, among many others.
Adam holds degrees from London Business School, UCLA, and Yale. Throughout his career he has served on the steering committee for the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). He was an associate at Saatchi & Saatchi and the Management Lab, the Executive Director of Thought Leadership at London Business School, and the Regional Managing Director for Duke Corporate Education Europe.Learn more about Adam Kingl
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