Megatrends in 2030 and how to Lead companies there
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About the Event
In today's competitive, complex, fast-paced global economy, uncertainty and change are relentless challenges for today's leaders. Massive global forces will reshape your business for the year 2030: formidable competition, environmental pressures, talent wars, threat of lasting pandemics, AI and technological leaps will divide the short-term thinkers from the prudent few looking for long-range opportunities. How can leaders make the right strategic decisions and leadership choices? The directions we go and choices we make will have enormous impacts on our lives, careers, businesses, and the world.
To lead in a VUCA world, leaders need to hone their contextual intelligence and understand the megatrends, and macro and micro level forces influencing their organization's success. Organizations ranging from Fortune 500 firms to small entrepreneurial start-ups find that they need to change in order to succeed and survive. Change processes are a natural part of evolution. However, the changes organizations face today and expect in the future, present significant challenges. Companies are composed of people working together to reach goals they couldn’t reach alone.
IE Associate Professor Carmen Morales
With over 25 years’ international business management experience, including 20 years in C-Suite executive coaching, strategic advisory, succession plans, Change Management and transformation projects, and leadership development of international business strategies and group facilitation, for senior executives with global management consulting firms. She is currently Managing Partner of Almagesto, a consultancy company specialized in Strategy, Human Capital, and HR Due Diligence in organizations to achieve clearly defined business results.
She has worked at a number of leading companies including Accenture, Repsol, Hay Group/Korn Ferry.
In addition to her business and consulting career, Carmen has over 15 years of concurrent academic experience at IE Business School, holds an Executive MBA from IE, and a Master Coach certificate from the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She is especially skilled at coaching leaders work through leadership transition issues, whether individually or systemically, meeting the ethical and professional standards and establishing trust.