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POTRA People Futures Community of Interest: ‘The Future of Leadership’ Video Conference

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22 May
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Join King's Business School's conversation with Dr Ali Budjanovcanin and Professor Richard Bolden.

Join King's Business School as it hosts 'The Future of Leadership', the second video conference of the People Futures Community of Interest.  

Following the success of the inaugural video conference on Robotics and Automation in the Future Workplace, King's Business School now brings you a one hour video conference on future leadership and the opportunities and threats for the people component of Defence and beyond.  

Bringing together the stakeholder community comprising Ministry of Defence (including DSTL), civil servants across a range of Other Government Departments, interested academics and members of industry, this video conference is the 2nd in a series exploring topics of interest to 'People Futures' and will include guest speakers Dr Ali Budjanovcanin and Professor Richard Bolden with the opportunity for Q&A.  

Agenda

11:00-11:05     Welcome and Introduction

11:05-11:25     'Leadership for an e-world: Can we harness e-leadership and the affordances of social networking for interorganisational collaboration?', Dr Ali Budjanovcanin (King's College London)

11:25-11:30     Questions for Dr Budjanovcanin

11:30-11:50    'The Rhetoric and Reality of Systems Leadership', Professor Richard Bolden (University of the West of England)

11:50-11:55     Questions for Professor Bolden

11:55-12:00     Thank you and Close

About the speakers

richard-bolden
Richard is Professor of Leadership and Management at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England. His teaching and research explore the interface between individual and collective approaches to leadership and leadership development. He has published on topics including distributed, shared and systems leadership; leadership paradoxes and complexity; cross-cultural leadership; and leadership and change in healthcare and higher education. He is Director of Bristol Leadership and Change Centre and Associate Editor of the journal Leadership.
Dr Alexandra Budjanovcanin
Ali is a Lecturer in Work Psychology and Public Sector Management at King’s Business School, King’s College London. Ali’s teaching focus is in the area of leadership and she contributes to a number of programmes, including the MSc in Public Policy and Management at the Business School for which she is the Deputy Director. Her research focuses on e-leadership in organisations, careers in private and public sector organisations, as well as emotions in the workplace.

At this event

Katie Bailey

Katie Bailey

Professor of Work and Employment

Alexandra Budjanovcanin

Alexandra Budjanovcanin

Lecturer in Work Psychology and Human Resources Management


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