The WFEB Leadership Summit will bring together leaders from business, politics and academia to discuss global megatrends and the shift and agility in leadership needed to deal with them.
Never in history, has the political and economic landscape changed at a pace faster than today. The digital revolution has turned the world into a global village and the economic challenges in the last few years have led to incredible pressure for businesses to adapt their strategies and keep reinventing themselves. Even global businesses which have failed to keep up with the pace of change have faced extinction. This has undoubtedly created considerable dynamic demand on the business world and leaders, leading to anxiety and many a times a compromise on ethics and good governance.
To deal with the unprecedented speed of transformation and to cope with global challenges such as youth unemployment or the euro-crisis, one of the key demands on the leadership of the public and private sector is to adjust the systems and structures we operate in. However, if the leaders deal with the system and structures alone but don’t shift their attitudes and paradigms, can the transformation be successful? What kind of leadership attitude and skills are needed to sail through these extremely demanding times? How can organisations create a culture which allows for adaptability and transformation? And when do organisations run the risk that their culture eats up the best strategies for change?
The first World Forum for Ethics in Business (WFEB) Leadership Summit held in London will examine these dilemmas and more. It will also discuss the megatrends of the next few decades and evaluate how businesses can ensure resilience, ownership and alignment of the their leaders and teams to cope with the challenges ahead.
Welcome and Registration
Keynote Panel and Discussion: The Challenges, Status Quo and Megatrends
Keynote Panel and Discussion: Facing the Challenge: LeaderShift for Leadership Agility
Closing and Networking Reception
For more information and to register for this free event, please visit http://wfeb.org/london2015/
Christoph Glaser, Chief Executive, Transformational Leadership for Excellence
Prof. Rob Goffee, Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London Business School, Former Deputy Dean and Governor of London Business School
Michael Green, Executive Director, Social Progress Imperative and TED Speaker
Michael Izza, Chief Executive, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Leo Johnson, Partner, PwC
Rajita Kulkarni, President, World Forum for Ethics in Business
Jan Mühlfeit, Global Strategist, Coach, Mentor; Executive in Residence, Insead; Ret. Chairman Europe, Microsoft
Milind Pendharkar, Chief Financial Officer, American Express, Saudi Arabia
Ashok Vaswani, Chief Executive Officer, Personal and Corporate Banking, Barclays
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