Webinar: Leading for The Human Edge

The four business superpowers to succeed in the disrupted 2020s.

What does it mean to be a successful ‘future-fit’ leader in a post-Covid world? How can teams and organisations respond with creativity to the huge technological disruption that’s been unleashed by the pandemic?

In this inspiring and practical session, the award-winning author and London Business School organisational change veteran Greg Orme reveals the science-based tips and tools in his ‘4Cs’ Leadership Model of Consciousness, Curiosity, Creativity and Collaboration.

This session will help viewers to:

  • Build a culture of purpose, experimentation and entrepreneurship
  • Engage with digital disruptors such as AI-automation and remote working
  • Catalyse learning, personal development and creativity with curious questions
  • Discover ‘great problems to solve’ to accelerate innovation

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Greg Orme

Greg is a speaker, award-winning author and facilitator who’s delivered more than 350 talks to executive audiences around the world. He helps leaders thrive in a world of accelerating change through creative-thinking, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit. His book The Human Edge, how curiosity and creativity are your superpowers in the digital economy (Pearson, 2019) was named as the Business Book of The Year 2020.

Greg was the founding CEO of London Business School’s Centre for Creative Business. He now leads organisational change programmes with global clients in banking & insurance, automotive, FMCG, manufacturing and technology.

His portfolio of leadership development and organisational change clients include Sky, Ogilvy & Mather, eBay, BMW, the International Olympic Committee, the World Economic Forum, EY, Accenture, Tata Steel, the Young Presidents’ Organization, Randstad Group and Virgin Media among others.

Greg has appeared on BBC World News, Forbes and in The Financial Times. His first book The Spark, how to ignite and lead business creativity (FT Publishing, 2014) is now available in a Chinese translation.

Greg’s first career as a BBC and ITV television journalist enables him to speak and write with memorable clarity. As well as being a humorous and engaging speaker, his journalism grounding makes him a sought-after facilitator of large face-to-face and virtual events.

To see Greg in action go to https://gregorme.org/