The session will invite you into a dialogue between two opposing Angels of Leadership. Lucifer and Gabriel will invite you to explore:
- How leaders can drive or undermine performance, and empower or alienate others
- Our collective responsibility for leadership behavior: Do we get the leaders we deserve?
- The kind of a leader you want to be and become
- The gap between leadership heaven and hell
- How you can be part of leadership solutions at your organisation
As our interactive audience, you will share your views and insights via real-time cloud-based quiz and polling tools.
To join us online, register here!
ESCP Business School Associate Professor in Leadership, International Teams and Change Management.
Robert was a Director at Citibank’s Corporate Bank in Europe where he worked for 17 years, and left twice. Once to follow his childhood dream to cross Africa in a Land Rover and return to his natal Cape Town. A second time for good and to do what he loves doing: helping leaders and teams stop, look and learn. 18 years as a Team Coach, Facilitator and Trainer for various Multinational companies, including Airbus, where he is a certified Facilitator in Team Dynamics and more recently a Team Coach for one of their ExComs. He has degrees in Literature and Transpersonal Psychology, is a qualified yoga instructor and father of 3 Spanish millennials.
Jack Pinter has spent more than 20 years creating and delivering interactive and experiential learning and development initiatives for clients in every sector across the world. Described by leadership guru Tom Cummings as ‘the swiss army knife of leadership development,’ Jack prides himself on his ability to create bespoke learning programmes, keynote speeches and events that meet client needs. Jack is an accredited mediator, coach and facilitator, and has appeared as a guest lecturer in business schools across Europe and the USA. Jack still enjoys an active career as a storyteller, musician, playwright and composer, working in theatre and television. Recent collaborations include work with Tim Robbins, Yoko Ono and Katie Melua.