Globally recognised leader in management thinking, governance education and board advisory, Ludo Van der Heyden, is in Australia on a whistestop tour promoting the INSEAD IDP. As an INSEAD IDP partner, WOB has secured Ludo to speak at a breakfast event on 'managing dualities (opposites) in the boardroom' and finding a good balance between apparent extremes.
Ludo contends that the first condition for leadership effectiveness in the boardroom lies in bridging of the dualities (opposites) that challenge a board, in such a way that one avoids being positioned at the extremes. In his 60 minute presentation Ludo will discuss dualities that affect boards including finding the right balance between; short and long term, growth and performance, the performance of the whole and that of a unit and local versus global. He will also consider gender as a duality, where finding the “right balance” is an interesting question which has several answers.
A panel discussion with graduates and participants on the INSEAD International Directors Program will follow.
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Ludo Van der Heyden
Ludo is the Academic Director of INSEADS’s Corporate Governance Centre. His broad research interests are in fair process, leadership and business model innovation and his teaching interests extend to include leadership and team dynamics, project management and family business management.
Non-Executive Director, consultant and coach. Professional services executive with extensive global experience and a passion for building robust business strategies. An expert in HR and Talent Management including a love for coaching senior executives and mentoring junior staff.
Experienced Non-Executive Director and Chair of Women on Boards and Australian Chocolate Pty Ltd (Charley's), an early stage innovation company based in north Queensland. Former roles include chair of Australian Ethical Superannuation, a member of the NSW Casino Control Authority and a director of the Infants Home at Ashfield. Prior executive roles include executive director of the Australian Association of National Advertisers and senior positions with Telstra, the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal and the Federal Government.
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