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European School of Management and Technology

Inclusive Leadership

Sep 3—5, 2019
3 days
Berlin, Germany
EUR 3900 ≈USD 4327
EUR 1300 per day

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Description

Leveraging diversity and inclusiveness to create new opportunities

Key benefits

Participants will learn about and develop inclusive leadership practices. Through a mix of lectures, reflection, and experiential learning, participants will gain an increased awareness about topics and potential issues related to diversity and inclusiveness. Participants will leave with an understanding of the biases and obstacles to inclusion and learn what they as leaders can do to create diverse environments.

Key topics

  • How to make the mix work: Unlocking value through inclusive leadership
  • The science of inclusiveness: Why should you care about inclusiveness
  • Inclusive leadership practices: What works in practice and what does not
  • Your experiences with diversity and inclusiveness
  • Making inclusiveness work for you

Who should attend

Leaders in mid- to senior-level leadership roles who have managerial responsibilities or are leading large projects. The program is ideal for companies in industries challenged by disruption, talent shortages, and non-inclusive workforces, all of which hinder innovation.

Experts

Urs' focus in research and teaching is in the domain of Business ethics. Sometimes he also moves into the areas of Strategy and Change Management. He truly enjoys the opportunity and privilege to regularly discuss with executives the dilemmas that they really face in their daily life. Urs joined...
Gianluca is an associate professor (with tenure) of organizational behavior who joined ESMT Berlin in 2016. Previously he was an associate professor of organization and management at the University of Lugano and an assistant professor at Bocconi University. He holds a PhD in Social and Behavioral...

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