The Leadership Experience: The magic of hindsight

A rare opportunity to reflect on what you wish you had known 10 years ago and what you know now.

Join Ashridge for an insightful and interactive event in London, facilitated by one of our specialist faculty, Lee Waller. Focusing on our newly released 'The Leadership Experience' (TLE) research. Developing leaders of the future by delving into path altering incidents that have happened to senior leaders over the past 10 years, making them the leaders that they are today.

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Agenda

09:00-09:30 Registration & Networking

09:30-09:45 Welcome & Introductions | Matt Copeland, SVP - Global Head of Business Development, Hult Ashridge Executive Education

09:45-10:15 Introduction to The Leadership Experience and previous research | Lee Waller, Faculty, Hult Ashridge Executive Education

10:15-11:00 Neuroscience of Learning | Max Neal, Biometrics Lead, Hult Ashridge Executive Education

11:00-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-12:00 The Leadership Experience - Practical Session

12:00-12:30 Open discussion followed by Q&A

Why attend?

  • Gain an understanding of what The Leadership Experience research is and how the findings have developed over the last decade
  • Put it into action and take part in a practical taster session
  • Insights into Heart Rate Variance monitoring, what are the stress triggers and how well we cope under pressure
  • A great opportunity to network with like minded professionals

Event details

Date: Tuesday 25th June 2019

Time: 09:00-12:00

Venue: Wallacespace Clerkenwell Green, 18 Clerkenwell Green, London, EC1R 0DP

Who is this for: HR and L&D Leaders

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Meet your specialist faculty

Hult Ashridge faculty member

Lee Waller - BSc (Hons), MSc

Lee is a member of faculty at Hult Ashridge Executive Education and was previously Co-Director of the Ashridge Center of Research in Executive Development.

Recent research projects have explored the neurological processes involved in experiential learning, the transfer of learning, and the role and influence of the leadership development professional. Lee teaches in the areas of neuroscience and learning, and developing a high performing learning organization.

She has worked with clients in both the private and public sectors to explore the learning needs of their individuals and the strategic objectives if their organizations.

Max Neal faculty member at Hult Ashridge

Max Neal - BSc

Max is an undergraduate Adjunct Professor at Hult International Business School, a MSc Applied Neuroscience student at King’s College, London and Ashridge’s lead on Heart Rate Variance monitoring.

His specialist research area is the use of Heart Rate Variance (HRV) to measure and analyse burnout, recovery and stress in elite athletes. Max delivers HRV programs across the Middle East, the United States and in the UK, working with businesses, the military and elite sports teams.

Prior to working with organizations using HRV, Max worked as a performance analyst and coach developer in elite professional and Olympic sports.

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