October sees the return of Impact 2019, the conference designed for corporate innovation, strategy and R&D leaders. Over two days – 23rd and 24th October – in San Francisco (USA), innovation leaders from some of the world’s largest companies will share their learnings and advice. Attendees will also learn about metrics, governance, working with business units, personal […]
Described as a “female Davos”, the Global Female Leaders is an economic forum and network that asks how we can ensure that women and men develop their leadership skills to create a promising world for future generations. The summit brings together high-achieving women leaders, enabling the start a dialogue and work out a roadmap for […]
“Standing Up, Being Counted: Leaders Driving Change and Measuring Results” is the theme of the 15th annual Women’s Leadership Conference in New York. Organised by the Conference Board, the event convenes female and male innovation leaders to demonstrate how to drive change in 2019.
Sponsored by Boston-based Simmons University for almost 40 years, the Simmons Leadership Conference is the continuation of the mission of its founder to “enable women to acquire independent livelihoods”. The speakers are prominent professional women and thought leaders on women in the workplace, who are looking to inspire others to reach higher to achieve their […]
On April 1st-3rd in Melbourne the mission of Ci2019 (Creative Innovation 2019) is to help business leaders upgrade their organisations to Human Intelligence 2.0. It aims to explain the drivers of the current changes taking place, the implications for the future and the strategies and thinking that governments, businesses and individuals need to be successful, by […]
Innovation leadership is not just an innate talent, but it can be selected at the hiring level and developed within an appropriate company culture, according to innovation management expert Jean-Philippe Deschamps in his latest book ‘Innovation Leaders: How Senior Executives Stimulate, Steer and Sustain Innovation’.
In what he calls an era of “always-on” transformation, organisational change expert Jim Hemerling outlines five strategic imperatives, all of which have one thing in common: putting people first.
In the age of digital transformation, leaders today are faced with new challenges to innovate and compete in business. But while more companies are committed to gender equality in the workplace, just a quarter of senior roles across the world in 2018 were held by women. For those females in positions of leadership, we have rounded up the events specifically aimed at the development of women (and men) at the top of the ladder.
Despite competitive pressure to innovate and the billions spent on leadership development every year, the capability of leaders in organisations is not improving, according to a recent study. The Global Leadership Forecast shows quality leadership has remained stalled since the analysis began almost 20 years ago.