Next Generation Leadership: How young talent can thrive with your organization

Aprill 20th, 1 pm GMT+ 1

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What should we expect from Generation Y’s (Millennials’) views of work-life, careers, and leadership?  Why do they lack loyalty to their employers?  How we can be more inclusive with this generation?

Generation Y, who compose 50% of the global workforce today and 75% just four years from now, have very different views about work and how they wish to be led.  The multi-generational workforce has struggled with this tension.  Those differing paradigms hold profound implications for how the practice of ‘work’ will occur when Gen Y assumes senior leadership positions in their own right.

Adam Kingl has been researching this topic for a decade, culminating in his book Next Generation Leadership (HarperCollins, 2020).  In conversation, Adam will share some of his more surprising findings and peer into the future of work.

Join this 45-minute webinar to explore:

  • What do Generation Y want from their employers?
  • How can employers act more inclusively with respect to their largest segment?
  • What does the future of leadership hold when the majority of our institutions are led by Gen Y?

Speaker: Adam Kingl, Adjunct Faculty at Hult Ashridge

When?  April 20th, 1 pm GMT +1

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Our expert speaker:

Adam Kingl, Adjunct Faculty at Hult Ashridge

Adam is an author, teacher, facilitator, and consultant. Adam was previously the Regional Managing Director, Europe, for Duke Corporate Education. His book, Next Generation Leadership, was published by HarperCollins in February 2020.

Adam was an Associate of the Management Innovation eXchange and Saatchi & Saatchi for two years. He served on the steering committee for the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), which creates standards for and accredits corporate universities and learning functions.

Adam has taught courses in areas such as unleashing personal and team creativity, strategic innovation, management innovation, organizational culture, high performing teams, generational paradigms of work and leadership, and fulfilling organizational and personal purpose to organizations including ADNOC, Anglo American, BP, Carlsberg, Disney, HSBC, LVMH, Nestle, Oman Oil, Orica, Suntory, Tesco, William Hill, and Zurich.

Adam holds degrees from London Business School, UCLA, and Yale. He was raised in Silicon Valley, California, and now lives in Surrey.

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