Any leadership training and development initiative would be incomplete without guidance on executive presence. Executive presence is less about a leader’s performance than about the signals that leader conveys through his or her daily interactions.
As a result of rapid expansion and success of a collaboration that set a new standard in the executive development sector, Headspring, the new identity of the joint venture between the Financial Times and IE Business School, was officially launched.
Despite the prevailing pull of leadership, not all leaders succeed. What is it that sets apart successful leaders? They are able to galvanize the imaginations of the people around them. Successful leaders build effective, high-functioning teams.
As a result of rapid expansion and success of a collaboration that set a new standard in the executive development sector, Financial Times and IE Business School announce the launch of Headspring, the new identity of FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance.
One of the advantages to studying leadership through the lens of fiction is that fictional characters often exist in intense environments, where the stakes are high. Fiction works at the top of the performance game: It aims to hook the reader or viewer.
A new on-the-job impact assessment tool for executive education has been deployed in a partnership between Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance and The Honeycomb Works.