London Business School

Leading Businesses Into the Future

Available dates

Jul 19—24, 2020
6 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 12500 ≈USD 16129
GBP 2083 per day
Nov 22—27, 2020
6 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 12500 ≈USD 16129
GBP 2083 per day

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About the course

Turbulent times call for resilient and visionary leaders. Prepare your organisation for the future.

Programme Impact

Be a future-focused leader

Build a responsive and resilient organisation that can navigate uncertainty and overcome adversity.

Benefits for you

  • Create a tangible plan to lead your organisation through future challenges.
  • Be a truly engaged, inspirational and dynamic leader with insights and tested techniques from our world-class faculty and distinguished guest speakers.
  • Gain new perspectives and unique ideas from international business leaders
  • Ensure a resilient future for your organisation by proactively thinking ahead, and understanding your firm’s competitive context.

Benefits for your organisation

  • Bring an organisational diagnostic back to your business, providing insight and understanding of how to build responsiveness and resilience.
  • Build your organisation’s collaborative capacity to support powerful networks and enable the flow of information and ideas.
  • Identify and disrupt assumptions and biases that could hold your company back.
  • Predict emerging trends and understand your customer needs, to question assumptions and explore alternative models.
  • Engage and communicate the unique value and positioning of your organisation to your employees

What you learn.

  • Disrupt with new perspectives – Ensure your organisation benefits from new perspectives and diverse opinions. Learn to harness diversity and disrupt assumptions and biases.
  • Build a collaborative culture – Wire your organisation to allow the easy flow of information and ideas. Discover ways to build stronger networks and utilise connections.
  • Engage with purpose – Tap into the power of your people by expressing your own unique passion and commitment to the business and finding their connection to it.
  • Ignite with great questions – Frame business challenges in ways that inspire teams to find innovative solutions. Unearth valuable insights into emerging customer trends.

How you learn

  • The world’s most eminent leadership thinkers – whose insights shape the most innovative and resilient global companies – guide your learning.
  • Undertake an organisational diagnostic and work with a personal coach to examine ways of securing your company’s future.
  • Identify specific, high-impact interventions to help you lead in groundbreaking ways.
  • Capture the shifting nature of work through time by visiting London locations and examining the traditions that shaped the city’s business history.
  • Visit an innovation company to explore how you can drive progress within your organisation.

Your learning experience

  • Influential management gurus Tammy Erickson and Professor Lynda Gratton combine world-class research with highly practical techniques.
  • A pre-programme diagnosis of your organisation and your personal profile actively inform the discussions and activities of the programme.
  • Specialist guest speakers and executive coaches inspire you with their distinct leadership styles and industry experience.
  • Post-programme coaching ensures you continue to successfully implement your leadership strategy.
  • Build senior executive networks with peers who come from a wide range of industries and countries.
  • Learn outside the classroom by examining the business practices, traditions and logic that shaped the actions of successful organisations.

Who should attend

  • C-suite executives of mid- to large-sized organisations.
  • Senior leaders from all spheres of business.
  • Regional directors or country managers.
  • Heads of a function or business unit within an organisation.
  • Senior civil servants and leaders of not-for-profit organisations.

Trust the experts

Lynda Gratton

Professor of Management Practice; Executive Education Faculty Director BA, PhD (Liverpool) Professor Lynda Gratton directs London Business School’s Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Organisations – considered the world’s leading programme on human resources – and the new programme Leading...

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Tammy Erickson

Tammy Erickson is an expert on leadership, the changing workforce, collaboration and innovation, and the nature of work in intelligent organisations. A McKinsey award-winning author, she has been three-times named one of the 50 most influential global management thinkers by Thinkers50. Erickson ...

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