CEIBS Alumni Workshop Series Europe
Are all organisational cultures focused on high performance teams? Is yours?
Join us for this special skills-based workshop, as well as a chance to catch up and network with other professionals in person. Leading High-Performance Teams and Cultures is designed for CEIBS alumni to continue their learning journey after graduation. Leading teams and organisations is challenging, not all teams are “high-performance” ones, nor do all organisational cultures focus on high performance. This workshop offers a series of well-crafted exercises, discussions and mini-workshops to help you develop high-performance teams and cultures in your organisations. This interactive session will teach you how to foster teamwork through assessments for self-awareness and appreciation of diversity in communication styles, focus on your personal development through learning more about your strengths, spot strengths in your teams and peers, and recognise how each person in your professional and private ecosystem contributes to the collective culture.
Dr. Robert Straw, CEO, CEIBS Zurich Campus
Dr. Robert Straw coaches global executives how to create and lead high-performing teams and improve their personal leadership skills. Having spent 35 years in academia, financial services and industry, Dr. Straw now serves as CEO of CEIBS Zurich Campus and its European operations. Previously, he was the Head of Talent Management and Leadership Development for Europe at Oerlikon.
Lisa Bevill, Director of Center for Health, Well-Being & Happiness at IE
Lisa Bevill is a Learning Facilitator and Executive Coach, passionate about people, leadership development and professional/personal growth. Her focus is on facilitating greater self-awareness, honing strengths, fostering communication and leveraging diversity to drive connection, innovation, positive outcomes and high-performance.
CEIBS Alumni European Chapters
Free of charge for CEIBS alumni and current GEMBA and MBA students. Please scan the QR codes below to register. The workshops will be conducted in English.
April 1 & 2 (Barcelona, Spain)
May 6 & 7 (Milan, Italy)
June 9 & 10 (Zurich, Switzerland)
June 24 & 25 (London, UK)
September 30 & October 1 (Paris, France)