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Leadership insights:
What a leader should know, but might not have had found the time to find out

Thurs 27th November | 5:30 – 8pm | MMU Business School

Join expert staff from the Business School’s Executive MBA and MSc programmes as they deliver an evening of informative Master Classes that highlight key strategic areas of business every leader should know:

Keynote session:

Emotional Intelligence in High Performing Leaders - Coaching a Team to Drive the Business.
Stephanie Sturges

Stephanie will lead you through some of the latest thinking on how organisations can establish internal foundations of trust, achieve greater employee commitment and performance accountability, which ultimately leads to better organisational results and makes for true knowledge management.

Followed by your choice of one of the following:

Lessons from History - Learning from Past Project Failures
Lewis D Endlar MBA (Technology Management)

Despite a rapid growth in the number of projects being undertaken globally and the emergence of a wide range of project tools, techniques and methodologies to deliver these, the number of failed projects is still far too high.

Demographics are Dead!
David Edmundson-Bird

Why you as a business leader need to know that your future audience is who you think it is. David will present the essential new customer picture to understand and embrace the powers of:

  • Digital behaviour as an indicator of audience
  • The context of people’s location in the physical and digital world
  • Psychographics analysis: the targeting of beliefs, values, opinions, attitudes, interests and lifestyles

The Global Market in 2050 – What will it look like?
Dr Stuart Barrett

The speed of change in the global economy is such that the economic landscape will look very differently in just a few decades. The developing regions of Africa and Asia are predicted to increase their populations by over 2.2 billion by 2050, whilst the developed nations are expected to have diminishing populations by 2025 (Population Reference Bureau, 2012).

Book your place

Places are limited, so please register your attendance today:

This is a free event but you must reserve your place. Places are limited to a maximum of two per company. 

Who will benefit?
Managers, staff with an interest in developing their skills, business leaders, owners of SMEs and professionals who want to combine a part-time executive programme with their full-time careers. 

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