The Wisdom Principles 5: Looking east by Mr. Harley Lovegrove

Category: Alumni Events
16 May 2019
6:30 - 9:00 pm
Brussels Campus
Students, Alumni & Third parties

Join our first lecture in the Alumni activity series, the Wisdom Principles. This series consists of 10 evening lectures, given by top-level speakers and experts in the domain of human development.

In this fun and fast moving and interactive lecture, Harley Lovegrove will steer us on a journey outlining the emotional side of leadership. How can we engage our teams into achieving great things? From ordinary everyday situations to the mission critical moments when only the full commitment of those around us, will see us through.

Looking east will cover our awareness of the road we are on, the emotional side of delegation, diversity and self-reflection, and the handing out of instructions, right through to for asking for help, when we need it. 

The programme:

6:30 pm     Registration & Welcome
7:00 pm     Start lecture
9:00 pm     Networking drink 

If you intend to participate at 5 or more lectures within the 'Wisdom Principles Series', we recommend you to buy the subscription to the entire series.

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Mr. Harley Lovegrove

Harley Lovegrove is one of the founders of The Bayard Partnership, a multi-disciplinary group practice specialized in solving complex business problems, either via hands on project and change management or via coaching and consulting.

As a thought leader in the field of change, program and project management, he has a very broad experience within both SME's and large multi-national companies. He is today a business coach and expert in running visionary workshops at all levels in organizations.

Harley Lovegrove is author of four books: 'The Change Manager's Handbook', 'Transition', 'Inspirational Leadership' and 'Making a Difference.’ He is a guest lecturer in Change Management at various management schools.

Harley likes to challenge the status-quo in order to ensure that what is needed gets delivered and not necessarily what was originally asked for.

This event is made possible by our partners:

 Corporate Partners Vlerick Alumni