British don to share leadership insights on better management of change

PAUL Griffith, the world’s first professor of management to lead a team to launch a rocket, will share insights into how world leaders can better manage change in the present uncertain times.

Griffith, a Professor of Practice and the Senior Vice President, Products at Ashridge Executive Education, Hult International Business School is to share his knowledge at the forthcoming programme of TEXEM UK.

The online executive development programme is titled, Self-awareness for better management of change in uncertain times and will come up on Feb. 8 to March 4.

According to a release on TEXEM’s website (www.texem.co.uk) issued by Director of Special Projects, Caroline Lucas, other expected faculties are, Prof. John Peters, Ambassador Charles Crawford and Ambassador Rachel Aron.

“Leveraging TEXEM’s tested and proven methodology, participants will learn practical skills and actionable insights from the faculties and gain valuable insights from their professional exchange with critical partners and colleagues.

“This programme aims to help develop leadership agility for innovation and sustainable success. Its focus is to help the participants develop a clearer understanding of how to drive innovation for sustainable success successfully.

“At the end of this programme, you should expect to develop excellent skills that will help you better understand and manage your team in a volatile work environment,” the release explained.

It affirmed that attending the programme would be a game-changer in how leaders manage change and take tough decisions for greater productivity.

Other benefits of attendance are, boosting leaders’ ability to make impactful decisions, becoming a better manager of challenging work situations, and imbibing the ability to manage recalcitrant employees.

Griffith, veteran senior executive from the oil and gas, telecoms and space industries, also spoke on the coming programme.

“Strategy involves ‘choice’ to deliver long term success. Making good choices in a fast moving and uncertain business environment is challenging.

“TEXEM can help you lead your organisation with strategic effectiveness by giving you the tools to assess your business context and respond to deliver exceptional results.

“In this programme, you will explore the best contemporary techniques for innovating your strategic leadership by identifying new value creation for your market and aligning your organisation for implementing these initiatives for maximum impact,” he said.

Griffith added that benefit from real life examples, immersive experiential exercises, powerful conversations and hands on executive experience would be highlighted.

He said participants would be challenged and supported to enhance their strategic leadership capabilities. (NAN)

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