WEBINAR
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Online Learning and Leadership

From ‘Doing’ Leadership Online, to ‘Being’ an Online Leader: How to Achieve Deeper Learning Levels in the Emerging Reality

 

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In this recent webinar we welcomed Mark Threlfall, Director of Cranfield Executive Development at Cranfield University and Camilla Jonsson, Portfolio Director at Cranfield University, for a virtual session to explore the deeper transformational learning opportunities presented by the emerging reality of online learning and leadership.

The session, hosted by Roddy Millar, revealed how, as online learning and leadership moves beyond knowledge transfer, deeper possibilities for transformational learning are emerging.

The session highlighted different perspectives and insights relevant for senior executives and others around:

  • Extending the definition of value more broadly for society, ecosystems, industry, and individuals.
  • Putting learning at the heart of business to create alignment between society and corporate imperatives.
  • Letting go of what was, and leaning in to a new reality.
  • What are the requirements to create value in this emerging landscape? What are the meta capabilities required? 

About Cranfield School of Management, Executive Education
Universally impacted by digital disruption, volatile markets, uncertain futures, complex economics and ambiguous political landscapes, leaders of major global organisations regularly turn to Cranfield Executive Development (CED) for critical thinking, contemporary education and business improvement.

Since Cranfield University’s inception in 1946, Cranfield has been committed to unlocking the potential of people and organisations by working with business leaders and their management teams to overcome industry specific challenges. We achieve this though our research, education and specialist expertise.


Preparing people and organisations for the decade ahead



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