Leadership in a Technology Driven World

Imperial College Business School

Imperial College Business School

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Who should attend

This programme is designed for executives with team management responsibilities who need guidance on how to lead effectively in the digital age. Your class peers will come from a range of diverse, international industries and organisations.

About the course

Imperial Leadership in a Technology Driven World Programme is a five-day immersive course that equips participants with the skills to lead their teams through the digital age. The programme offers a practical and personalised learning approach, backed by theory and delivered through interactive coaching elements.

This digital leadership programme will help aspiring leaders to understand their strengths and weaknesses as leaders, understand the rapidly changing technological context of modern business, and emerge with the tools to lead in this challenging context.

Coaching is a key element of this personalised programme, encouraging participants to leave their comfort zone and view their leadership style from new perspectives. Participants will work closely with their international peers to navigate the digital landscape and become adaptive leaders.

Learning outcomes

Receive insights through case studies, coaching and self-reflection into your personal leadership style

Understand effective leadership skills and techniques needed to lead teams through the digital age

Have a clear learning and development journey flowing from before the programme starts through to after its conclusion

Network with international peers from diverse industries and backgrounds

Programme content

Before you arrive

At Imperial College Business School we believe that pre-program course work influences participant motivation and increases the activation of prior knowledge. Before you join the Leadership in a technology driven world you will be asked to complete:

  • Coaching Session with programme director:
  • Selective pre-reading
  • Structure reflective work
  • Diagnosing Profiling: Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) 360º survey.

Day 1

Welcome to the programme and your learning journey

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at Imperial College Business School & Frans Campher, Seasoned executive coach and trainer

Who are you as a leader? Why are you the way you are? Where do you want to go and what are your leadership goals?

Industry View: Leading teams in a Digitally Human age Rory Simpson, Chief Learning Officer at Telefonica

Leading the Digital Enterprise

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at at Imperial College Business School Digital transformation is happening whether we like it or not. How does it affect you as a leader? What tools and approaches can make you more effective as a leader in a digital enterprise?

Network Drinks

Join your colleagues at the end of day 1 for a chat over drinks and canápes

Day 2

Emotional Intelligence

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at at Imperial College Business School Emotional Quotient (EQ) is a powerful tool for leadership development. In this session, we will discuss EQ and provide participants with their ESCI reports

Authentic Leadership

Frans Campher, Seasoned executive coach and trainer To be an Authentic Leader you have to know who you are at your core. You also have to manage potential pressure points between your own values and those expected of you by your organisation.

Coaching as a Leadership Style: WHY?

Frans Campher, Seasoned executive coach and trainer

Coaching as a Leadership Style: WHAT?

Frans Campher, Seasoned executive coach and trainer

Day 3

Coaching as a Leadership Style: HOW?

Frans Campher, Seasoned executive coach and trainer

Coaching as a Leadership Style: PRACTICE?

Frans Campher, Seasoned executive coach and trainer

Becoming an Adaptive Leader

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at Imperial College Business School Adaptive leadership is a leadership approach developed to help leaders succeed in highly uncertain times. When facing new challenges for which the correct response is unknown, adaptive leadership provides a proven approach to engaging and motivating individuals and teams to take on challenges and come up with innovative solutions

Day 4

Cognitive Diversity and High Performing Teams

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at Imperial College Business School In this session, we will talk about the diversity challenge facing managers in modern organizations. But while effectively managing diversity is challenging, it also creates important opportunities for building teams highly effective, cognitively diverse teams.

Building an Innovative Culture

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at Imperial College Business School Innovation culture is the work environment that leaders cultivate in order to nurture unorthodox thinking and its application. Workplaces that foster a culture of innovation generally subscribe to the belief that innovation is not the province of top leadership but can come from anyone in the organization.

Crucial Conversations

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at Imperial College Business School Some conversations are important yet have the potential to result in conflict and negative emotions. At the same time, not all potentially conflictual conversations need to be had. How do you decide which difficult conversations you need to have and how can you best approach these conversations?

Managing your Boss

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at Imperial College Business School Managing your manager means building a relationship with your boss where he/she think highly of you, advocate for you and are active participants in advancing your career.

Industry View: Digital Disruption

Ron Kalifa, Deputy Chairman at Worldpay

Day 5

Using Big Data to Innovate

Mark Kennedy, Associate Professor at Imperial College Business School Big data is one of the most important new digital technologies. But sometimes it seems more hype than actuality. In this session, we will explore the potential of big data to revolutionize innovation in organizations and what leadership capabilities are required to get the most from big data.

Managing Your Personal Brand

Omar Merlo, Associate Professor at Imperial College Business School Leaders in organizations are more successful when followers and peers know and understand what they stand for and what their core capabilities and goals are. Understanding and managing your personal brand is therefore an important leadership capability and has an important impact on leadership success

Industry View: How leaders can manage their physical and mental well-being for sustained leadership success

Cath Bishop, World Champion Rower and Olympic Medallist

Programme Wrap-Up and Certificates

Nelson Philips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy at Imperial College London & Frans Campher, Seasoned executive coach and trainer

Experts

Omar Merlo

Fellow in Marketing BA, BComm (Hons), PhD (University of Melbourne) Professional experience Dr Merlo is currently Lecturer in Marketing at Imperial College Business School. He is also a Fellow in Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School and a Fellow of St Edmund's College, and has held Visi...

Nelson Phillips

Summary Professor Phillips'' research interests lie in four main areas. First, he has become increasingly engaged in a program of research looking at a range of different but related issues in entrepreneurship. From a more practical perspective, he is interested in how to scale up new, high-growt...

Frans Campher

Аs a seasoned executive coach, trainer and facilitator Frans has extensive knowledge of global markets, business practices and protocols. He has worked with CEOs, managing directors, senior executives, leaders and partners in national, international and global organisations, in both the public an...

Mark Kennedy

Dr. Kennedy's research focuses on the emergence of new markets and industries and the more basic building blocks of organising—categories, identities, forms, strategies, practices, reputation criteria and so on. Within this broad topic, he pays particular attention to meaning construction process...

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