This programme is organised in two individual week-long modules. During the first week, you will look into the future with expert faculty from LSE and HEC in London. The tensions, contradictions and, most importantly, the opportunities will be explored and discussed. You will examine global threats, automation and the future of work, climate change and other important topics, thus setting the context for your own scenario planning and preparation for the future.
With this foundation in place, the second week in Paris will focus on how these issues can be intelligently countered through specific business models, techniques for communication and lobbying, internal creativity, supply chain management, and effective alignment of the behaviour of leaders with their vision.
Six broad themes will run through the two weeks: strategy, internal stakeholders, external stakeholders, financial markets, natural environment, and self-development.
Developing Leadership Skills
To ensure that you return to your organisation capable of harnessing your experience at Leadership 2030, the programme includes two workshops in each week devoted to developing essential, practical leadership skills for the future.
These sessions are dedicated periods of time for guided reflection on your leadership, personal branding and perception that aligns with your belief and style, and how to bring about personal change. We will guide the discussion by examining what the challenges of 2030 will mean for executive branding and perceptions and investigate how changing expectations will shape the businesses of the future.