Event

Corporate Advisory Seminar

Hosted by: EFMD

The event will start on: 18 Apr 13 16:00
And will end on: 19 Apr 13 14:00

Location: Brussels, Belgium
Contact:
caroline.malvaux@efmd.org

Theme
Leadership Development 2.0

Target Group
This Seminar is by invitation only and is dedicated to corporate learning and corporate HR practitioners from companies, as well as Executive Development Centres.

 
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Programme

Thursday, 18 April 2013
18:00 Speaker & Dinner at Restaurant ‘Rouge Tomate’

"Leadership Development 2.0 – A Harvard Perspective“

  • William D. Shea, Director, Corporate Relations & Market Development, Harvard Business School

 

Friday, 19 April 2013
08:30 – 08:45 Introduction to the Day: "Extra Normal – A teaser“ Agenda & Objectives
  • Mario Vaupel, Professor for Sustainable Leadership, Steinbeis University Berlin and former founder and head of ERGO Management Academy
09:15 – 09:45 Input: "Next Practices in Leadership Development“
  • Karlheinz Schwuchow, Professor of International Management & Program Director ISGM - International Studies of Global Management, Hochschule Bremen
09:45 – 11:15 Working groups for the input topics: Implications for my LD 2.0 work?
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 14:30 Input: "Future Trends for Corporate Learning and Development" – Key findings from research on "Leaders as learning facilitators"
  • Christoph Meier, Project Director, swiss centre for innovations in learning, at University of St Gallen
14:30 – 15:30 Input and Dialog: Two selected LD 2.0 topics
15:30 – 16:00 Open Discussion: Implications for our LD work?
16:00 Conclusions, Feedback

End of Seminar

logo pdf Download "The LD 2.0. Survey Report"

Over the past two decades, companies invest billions of euros in development activities and the installation of new units – Corporate Universities, Talent Management, Top Executive Programmes etc. in order to develop their leadership and management capabilities. The worldwide DDI study, “Global Leadership Forecast 2011: Time for a Leadership Revolution”, showed that there is strong evidence in support of this investment: corporations with the highest quality leaders were 13 times more likely to outperform their competition in key bottom-line metrics.

However, the majority of both LD customers and LD experts currently do not believe in the effectiveness of development measures. Only a third of leaders and HR professionals rate LD efforts as sufficiently effective. Furthermore, following the Mannaz study “Innovation in Leadership Development”, the LD community itself has formulated “A Cry for Innovation”.

In the spring of 2012, a group of companies including Allianz, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Telekom, ERGO, Metro, Rabobank, Swiss Life, Swiss Reinsurance and Tesa joined forces in the SIG to address these challenges and provide an LD-solution portfolio, which gives participants a clear direction on how they could improve crucial aspects of leadership development. The participants in this group – facilitated by Mario Vaupel, Professor for Sustainable Leadership, Steinbeis University Berlin and former founder and head of ERGO Management Academy – will share extensive outputs of their work and the key components of their jointly developed “LD 2.0. Guide”.

Additionally, the seminar will provide input from experts:
  • During the dinner session on 18th April ,"Leadership Development 2.0 – A Harvard Perspective“  
    by William D. Shea, Director, Corporate Relations & Market Development, Harvard Business School

  • "Future Trends for Corporate Learning and Development" – Key findings from research on "Leaders as learning facilitators"
    by Christoph Meier, Project Director, swiss centre for innovations in learning, at Univeristy of St Gallen

  • "Next practices in leadership development"
    by Karlheinz Schwuchow, Professor of International Management & Program Director ISGM - International Studies of Global Management, Hochschule Bremen 

Practical Information

  1. Venue
  2. Participation fee
  3. Registration
  4. Accommodation
  5. Dinner
  6. Getting to EFMD
 
1. Venue
EFMD
88, Rue Gachard
B-1050 Brussels
 
2. Participation FeeTop
  • 605€ (21% VAT included) FULL members of EFMD
  • 726€ (21% VAT included) non members of EFMD

Reduction fee: 10% reduction for the second registration from the same insitution

Fees cover attendance at the meeting, documentation, meals and refreshments, but NOT hotel accommodation. Hotel fees are to be paid directly to the different hotels upon departure (please refer to the Hotel Information Section further down for more details).

Cancellation Policy
Cancellations must be confirmed in writing. If we receive notice of your withdrawal by April 12, 2013, a cancellation administrative fee of 90,75€ (21% VAT included) will be charged. After this date, we regret we are unable to refund any fees. However, in such cases substitutes are welcome at no extra cost, as long as EFMD receives notification of the name, title and address of the substitute.

 
3. RegistrationTop
Please register via the above registration link
 
4. AccommodationTop
FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON BRUSSELS
(at 5' walking distance from EFMD)
Rue Paul Spaak 15
1000 Brussels, Belgium
T +32 2 645 61 11
F +32 2 646 63 44

Please use the Hotel Registration Form to get the EFMD group rate available until April 3, 2013. Accommodation is not included in the Seminar participation fee. The EFMD preferential rate with the Four Points by Sheraton Brussels for this event is:

  • 150€ per room per night in single occupancy (breakfast included)
 
5. Dinner on 18th April 2013Top
Participants who register are invited to the networking dinner.

Location
Rouge Tomate (in private room ‘la Bibliothèque’ 1st floor)
190 Av. Louise
1050 Bruxelles, BELGIUM
T +32 2 647 70 44
F +32 2 646 63 10
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salle bibliothque rouge tomate

Dinner Speaker (18.00)
  • William D. Shea, Director, Corporate Relations & Market Development, Harvard Business School, "Leadership Development 2.0 – A Harvard Perspective“  
Followed by the Dinner

6. Getting to EFMDTop
  • from ZAVENTEM national airport by taxi: 25-50 min
  • from ZAVENTEM national airport by public transportation: 50-70 min (trains from airport to Brussels Midi station or Central station every 15-20 min)
  • from TRAIN STATION Gare du Midi or Gare Centrale by taxi: 15-30 min
  • from TRAIN STATION Gare du Midi or Gare Centrale by public transportation: 20-40 min
  • From FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON BRUSSELS: 500 m (5’ walk - map