Leadership Skills for the Future: Lessons from a Pandemic

May 13th, 9am BST / 4 pm BST

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In the past year, the realm of work has undoubtedly changed beyond recognition, whether that be in the short, medium, or long term.

When it comes to leadership, following the past 12 months, we are asking ourselves these crucial questions: have the leadership skills needed to navigate this new COVID-19 world changed? What lessons leaders have taken from the past year, and what leadership skills do they feel are going to be needed in a post-COVID world?

Join this free webinar with Vicki Culpin, Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Hult Ashridge who based on her latest research Leadership for the 21st Century: Lessons from a Pandemic will share some of the most surprising findings into the future of leadership.

Join this 60-minute live session to explore:

  • Critical leadership lessons learned during the past year
  • What leaders know now, that allows them to perform at their best, that they wish they had known just one year ago
  • What are the most important leadership skills for success going forward

Speaker: Vicki Culpin, Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Hult Ashridge and author of the report Leadership in the 21st Century: Lessons from a Pandemic

When? May 13th 2021

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Our expert speaker:

Professor Vicki Culpin

Vicki is currently Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Hult Ashridge Executive Education and recently published her latest research 'Leadership in the 21st Century: Lessons from a Pandemic' where leaders across different levels and regions were surveyed to find out the critical leadership lessons from their experiences of the past year, what advice they would give themselves, and what they believe are the most important leadership skills for future success.

Vicki specializes in well-being research, specifically related to memory and sleep. She has spent over 20 years researching the impact of poor memory, how to improve memory, and the effects of reduced sleep with a variety of individuals including older adults, children, forensic populations, and employees.

Vicki works with a range of clients from across the world, teaching leadership development, along with sharing her research findings.

Vicki studied Psychology at Manchester University, followed by an MPhil and PhD in Psychology from Lancaster University and an MSc in Applied Forensic Psychology from Leicester University. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a Chartered Psychologist, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Christian Dahl Damsted
Hult International Business School
Hult International Business School 
Ashridge Executive Education