The Executive Director of Thought Leadership, Executive Education, for London Business School, Adam Kingl teaches companies how to survive challenging times ahead. As a keynote speaker, Adam leverages his research on the work and leadership paradigms of Generation Y to shine a light on the future of business for individuals and organisations.
The Executive Director of Thought Leadership for London Business School Executive Education (formerly the Executive Director of Learning Solutions), Adam Kingl teaches companies how to survive challenging times as a keynote speaker on the corporate circuit.
Responsible for bringing cutting-edge thinking in many formats to a practitioner audience, Adam sits on the London Business School Management Committee, Executive Education Board. He is also an Associate of the Management Lab and Saatchi & Saatchi.
Sought for his expertise on the future of business, he leverages his research on the work and leadership paradigms of Generation Y to teach companies how they can innovate and prepare for the major paradigm shifts ahead.
He provides a practical approach to unleashing personal and team creativity, improving both strategic and management innovation, and fulfilling organisational and personal purpose in work-life.
Adam has consulted, designed and taught courses in these areas, and he has worked with organisations as diverse as the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, Aldar Properties, the BBC, BP, De Beers, Disney, Ericsson, LVMH, Oman Oil, Orica, Pixar, Tesco and Zurich.
Adam has also contributed to and been interviewed by publications including The Financial Times, Sunday Times, Forbes, Fortune, The Guardian, and Fast Company, to name but a few.
He holds degrees from London Business School, UCLA and Yale, and is a dual British-American citizen.
His speaking topics include:
- New leadership paradigms of Generation Y
- Powerful virtual teamwork
- Strategic innovation – disrupting your industry with new business models
- Management innovation: Is your leadership fit for the 21st Century?
- Organisational Purpose: the power of why we do what we do
- Can working from home encourage innovation?
- Agility and leadership in business
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