The future of work is still unclear even though public life is starting to show signs of coming back to life. What is clear is that the recent COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we should lead. Senior executives can no longer expect life to go back to normal. This presents a great opportunity for business leaders to transform work for the better. That starts with understanding the human aspect of leadership and why we must learn to lead ourselves before we can lead others.
In this talk, Dr Dimitrios Spyridonidis, Associate Professor of Leadership and Innovation at Warwick Business School, will discuss learning to lead in the new global environment.
- Draw upon the key leadership lessons learned that can inform senior executive development in the new global environment
- Discover critical leadership skills required to cope with a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world during and after COVID-19
- Find ways to create a new world of work that will be happy and productive
About Dr Dimitrios Spyridonidis
Dimitrios is an Associate Professor of Leadership and Innovation and studies healthcare systems and organisations. His core research interests are Leadership and Innovation. Within these, current themes include leadership and leadership development, innovation and strategic change, in the UK NHS and other healthcare systems (including China, Australia and US). Dimitrios is also involved in leadership research focusing on other professional services, primarily financial services in China.
His research has been published in leading academic journals including Organization Studies, Public Administration and Human Relations and is the lead editor of a 2016 Special Issue on Translational Research on the International Journal of Management Reviews.
Prior to joining Warwick Business School, Dimitrios was at Henley Business School and Imperial College London. Dimitrios has taught leadership and leadership development around the globe including UK, Ireland, Finland, Denmark, South Africa, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
This is the fifth in the series of events in partnership with Warwick Business School (WBS). WBS is delighted to offer 15% off its highly ranked, world-class MBA programmes, Executive Diploma series and the MSc Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation to City Women Network members.
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