About This Event
What makes an organisation resilient? What part do you play as a business leader in setting your organisation up to thrive in today’s ever changing world? As we continue to ask more and expect more from our people, we’ve partnered with Professor Ben Hardy from the London Business School to provide deeper insight into organisational resilience and the part you can play in building stronger organisations.
Ben will kick off the morning with his keynote session, which will be followed by a roundtable discussion on the challenges that you are facing.
Date: Wednesday 17th April
Time: 8.30am - 11.30am (session kicks off at 9am, breakfast)
Location: AllBright Private Members Club, Mayfair
Clinical Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Ben is Clinical Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Academic Director of Leadership Programmes at London Business School, where he has taught since 2014. Before this he was Head of School of Finance and Management at the School of Oriental and African Studies and has been a Fellow in Management, Finance and Physiology at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. His first degree was in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery from the University of Edinburgh. He worked as a veterinarian in academia, general practice and in the pharmaceutical industry before undertaking an MBA at the University of Cambridge. He then went on to complete an MPhil (with distinction) and a PhD in Organisational Behaviour.
Ben has taught on the EMBA, MBA, MiM and MiF at London Business School and the Master’s in Finance, MBA, EMBA at the University of Cambridge. He currently leads the Nestlé Leadership Programme and has taught and provided consulting services to a number of organisations such as Barclays, HSBC, WPP, BT, McKinsey, Novartis, McLaren Group, Slaughter and May, Royal Friesland Campina, Detica/BAE Systems, Agricultural Bank of China, International and Commercial Bank of China, and IBM. His research on the role of hormones and emotions in financial decision making and on linguistics has been published in leading science and management journals such as Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, Scientific Reports, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience and Organizational Research Methods. It has been covered in the Financial Times, The Times, BBC, Wall St Journal, Reuters, Sky News, The Daily Mail and The Sun.
Previous event feedback
I really enjoyed the event it was an opportunity to discuss topics at the top of my agenda with those in similar positions.