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12:00pm-2:00pm
First 15-20 minutes is for networking
Sandwiches & beverages included

Co-hosted by the Senior HR Forum  and Human Capital  Committee
 

Are leaders born or made? This question has been debated for centuries and the controversy lingers today. But we believe the answer is clear. Good leaders are made through a life dedicated to constant learning about their careers, their relationships and the kind of leader they want to become. The only question that remains and the only one that really matters is how do leaders learn.

 

In his new book - 'Good Leaders Learn", Gerard interviewed 30 leaders in North America, India and Hong Kong to study the experiences and influences that helped leaders to become better leaders. The subject of learning to lead is one that has not been examined in leadership literature until now.   It is commonly believed that leaders learn from the uncomfortable and difficult experiences that challenge leaders.
Indeed, it is often significant decisions and life-altering situations that both test and develop leaders. But this book is about more than learning from calamities. It is about the learning that happens to good leaders throughout their lives.

 

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Location

Ivey Business School
Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, Phase 1, Rm S321, Level 3, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai,
Rm S321, Level 3, HKCEC, Phase I
1 Harbour Road

Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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