To stay on top of their game, elite athletes and teams constantly review and reflect on their performance, taking stock of their achievements while learning from setbacks. Executives can benefit from applying this same philosophy to their leadership development. Setting new personal development objectives regularly and evaluating their progress is the best formula for achieving high performance and promoting lifelong learning and development.
With the above in mind, we would like to invite you to the
IAAG Leadership Check-Up Series 2018
with INSEAD Professor Vincent H. Dominé
This year, you have the unique opportunity to participate in the pilot of this Leadership Check-Up Program – exclusively offered to members of our German INSEAD Alumni Association.
• The Leadership Check-Up Series (LCS) provides IAA Germany members with an opportunity to reflect on their own personal leadership and apply state-of-the-art methodologies and tools to make sustainable progress on their specific development objectives.
• The LCS consists of four sessions that will be delivered by leading experts in their fields. IAAG members will be supported by Grow, the digital platform that INSEAD has partnered with to provide a digital development space for the leadership development programs in the MBA and EMBA.
• The number of participants is limited to 20 and interested participants will be asked to submit a brief outline of their motivation to participate.
Dates / time:
September 20th, 4.30-7.30 pm
October 22nd, 4.30-7.30 pm
December 12th, 4.30-7.30 pm (virtual)
750,00 € with a refund of 250,00 € on completion of the 4 sessions and on providing feedback about improvement opportunities per session / the LCS overall
registration required. The capacity is limited to 20 participants and interested alumni will be asked to submit a brief outline of their motivation to participate. Please register at [email protected].
To download our LCS brochure, please click here.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Frankfurt!
Christian Rebhan MBA’09J
President of the IAAG