The London Open House event will be on Saturday, June 16, 2012.
This is an excellent opportunity to visit our campus in the heart of London. Hult's state-of-the-art central London Campus is a newly refurbished landmark building located in Bloomsbury. You will get the chance to meet Hult staff, professors, current students, alumni and, of course, fellow Hult applicants.
Some of our acclaimed professors will be giving sample lectures in different topics to offer you a better understanding of what it is like to be in a classroom at Hult.
We will be hosting an introductory class on Leadership with Professor Roger Delves:
Authentic Leadership - What should leaders do? - BIBA and Master programs
Understanding Organizational Politics - MBA and EMBA programs.
Time of the event: 11:00am – 5:30pm
About Prof. Delves - Management:
Educated at St Catherine's College, Oxford, Roger was a Board Director and Country Client Services Director with international advertising agency DMB&B, working with clients such as P&G, Bosch, Sterling Health and Mars/Masterfoods before moving into management education eighteen years ago. He has been Principal Consultant in management development consultancy Ellis Hayward, and Programme Director with Cranfield School of Management, working with Shell, Bertelsmann, Henkel and many others. He now works with triple accredited British school Ashridge, where he is Director of the Masters in Management, which is a global, virtual programme, and a module leader on the Ashridge MBA. With Hult since summer 2009 as an Adjunct Professor, Roger teaches in London on a number of core and elective classes for MBA, EMBA and other Masters programmes. He teaches Leadership and Ethics, and Management Communications, which includes material on business critical competencies such as writing, meeting and presentation skills, as well as behavioural material around coaching, holding difficult conversations and understanding organisational politics. He is also currently delivering an elective which explores the skills of negotiation. Roger is regularly published, is writing a book on leadership and dabbles in writing fiction. Married with three young boys, he lives in Greater London.