Keynote Speaker Category: Digital Transformation, Disruption, Economics, Leadership, The Future of Work,
Gianpiero Petriglieri is an expert on Leadership and Learning in the Age of “Nomadic Professionalism”; Named one of Thinkers 50 Most Influential Management Thinkers. He is also an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. For his full Bio, see below: –
- Competence is Not Enough: Leading and Learning in the Age of Nomadic Professionalism
- A Reminder to Leaders in the Age of Digital Transformation: Be Human
- How to be an Exceptional Leader?
- Future of Work: Learning is the New Currency of Loyalty and Trust
- Humanising Work: How Organisations Can Strike a Balance
- All alone now: Lessons from the gig economy.
Gianpiero tailors each presentation to the needs of his audience and he is not limited to the topics listed above. Please ask us about any subject that interests you and we can check this directly.
Petriglieri’s research appears in top academic journals and is featured in a range of media including the BBC, Financial Times, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. He writes regularly for Harvard Business Review, where his essays have been included among the “ideas that shaped management.”
Gianpiero Petriglieri is an award-winning leadership expert and Professor at INSEAD where he directs the Management Acceleration Programme, the school’s flagship executive program for emerging leaders. He also chairs the Initiative for Learning Innovation and Teaching Excellence.
Petriglieri has refined an inimitable approach to leadership development which aims to accelerate the development of individual leaders and strengthen leadership communities within and across organisations.
He designs and directs customised Leadership Development Programs for multinationals in a variety of industries, some of which have received industry-wide awards. He has chaired the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on new models of leadership, and was recently named one of the 50 most influential management thinkers in the world by Thinkers50.
He frequently talks about how Leaders can be trustworthy and foster commitment in this ever-changing 21st century workplace. He addresses how organisations can honour their history and traditions while working to transform it. He believes in nurturing a common culture while reaping the benefits of a diverse workforce.
He is a medical doctor and psychiatrist by training, his research also highlights the psychological, social and cultural functions of leadership development. His teaching methods provide a model of how to perform those functions purposefully for the benefit of individuals, organisations and society at large.
Petriglieri’s research also documents the rise and consequences of “nomadic professionalism,” a workplace culture in which authenticity and mobility have replaced loyalty and advancement as hallmarks of virtue and success. In this culture, the promise of learning is more potent than the promise of loyalty for many employees. Organisations that fail to keep this promise struggle to attract talent, while those that do are able to sustain people’s loyalty even after they leave. And the more that mobility renders careers and organisations fluid, the more timeless virtues like trustworthiness matter.
His keynotes and workshops help leaders better understand how changes in workforce mobility make new ways of leading and learning necessary—and allow them to reconcile commitment with flexibility. He is an insightful and engaging speaker with a unique perspective on what it means, and what it takes, to become and remain a Leader.
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