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Virtual Workshop - The Mismatch between Leaders and Complexity

5 June Leaders and Complexity
Event information
Date 5 June 2024
Time 9:00-12:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)
Price Exclusive to members of The Henley Centre for HR & Organisational Capability *Up to 5 Places*
Venue Online
Event types:
Online masterclass

How do I book?

This event is exclusive to members of The Henley Centre for HR & Organisational Capability.

To book please contact your HR or Learning and Development team at your organisation.

Unsure who to contact? Please do not hesitate to contact us at hroc@henley.ac.uk

Description

We live in an increasingly VUCA world. In this workshop, we apply ‘levels of work’ theory to unmask the silent saboteur of leadership effectiveness that sits behind many recognisable symptoms. What can be done to counter this?

Professor Nick Kemsley

Nick Kemsley edited

Nick is an experienced HR and OD practitioner and recognised thought leader in organisational capability and HR effectiveness. He combines real-world corporate experience to group VP level with a senior consulting career, thought-provoking insights and research through his long association with Henley.

He offers considerable expertise and challenge on topics including HR strategy and operating models, talent and leadership, OD and organisational design, L&D, performance enablement, EVP, career pathing, succession planning and, in particular, organisational capability diagnosis and SWP, in which he is considered a global thought leader.

Working with other experts at Henley, our various other centres and our wider programme and administrative staff, Nick can ensure that you have access to Henley’s considerable resources in order to support the development of your function.

Professor Andrew Kakabadse

Andrew Kakabadse

Professor Andrew Kakabadse has undertaken global studies spanning over 20,000 organisations (in the private, public and third sector) and 41 countries. His research focuses on the areas of board performance, governance, leadership and policy.

His background is in environmental sciences, public policy, child guidance and psychiatric social work, and organisational psychology.

Andrew has published 45 books and over 250 scholarly articles, including bestselling books The Politics of Management, Working in Organisations, The Success Formula and Leadership Intelligence: The 5Qs. He has won numerous prizes for his scholarly articles.

He has consulted for the British, Irish, Australian, Omani, UAE and Saudi Arabian governments, as well as Citi, Bank of America, BMW, Ford, NatWest Bank, RBS, British Airways, Lufthansa, Swedish Post, Severstal (Russia), Heidrick and Struggles, KPMG, Bank of Ireland, Royal Ulster Constabulary and numerous other organisations. He has acted as an advisor to several UN agencies, the World Bank, charities, and health and police organisations.

Andrew is listed in Who’s Who and is a life member of the Thinkers 50 Hall of Fame. He is a Fellow of the European Academy of Science and Arts, the British Psychological Society, the British Academy of Management and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries. He has lectured all over the world and held numerous visiting positions including Macquarie University (Sydney), Center for Creative Leadership (USA) and Université Paris II Pantheon-Assas.

*Up to 5 places per member organisation. 'Up to' indicates the maximum number per member organisation. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.