Masterclass

Leadership in complex times

How do current times influence leadership globally? And how can leaders develop their skills to have a positive impact on organisations?

Hult invites you to join us for an exclusive Masterclass on the topic "Leadership in complex times" with Hult Professor Jean Vanhoegaerden. Come and join us for the evening to experience what a LiveOnline Leadership class at Hult is like, and learn about crisis management from one of Hult's Top Professors.

March 17, 2022, 6pm

1 hour

GMT

Enter Details

+1

About the class

In todays complex times leadership becomes more and more important. In this session we will discuss what are some of the characteristics and behaviours for leaders to thrive in today’s world.

What are some of the new attitudes and skills that leaders need to develop?

Jean Vanhoegaerden

Jean Vanhoegaerden is a faculty member at Ashridge. His responsibilities lie in delivering management development programs for international clients, specialized in international management, organizational change, cross-cultural management, and globalization. His recent research focuses on global mindset and decision-making.

Jean has taught executive education programs in North and Latin America, Europe, South Africa, Australia, and the Middle and Far East. He is a frequent speaker at conferences around topics such as leadership, change, and cross-cultural differences.

Before joining Ashridge, Jean worked in HR and management development at Honeywell's European HQ. He has a Master's degree in organizational and personnel psychology and studied at Thunderbird, Harvard, and Tuck School of Business.

Expertise include

Leadership
Change Management
Decision Making

A classroom less ordinary

PLAY VIDEO

Teaching at Hult is no ordinary profession—but Hult is no ordinary school. We can’t wait to meet you in the classroom and see just how extraordinary you can be.

Can’t join us for this online session? Check out hult.edu/welcome to find more virtual sessions that will prepare you for life at Hult.