Past speaking engagemens
Frederik Anseel, distinguished scholar at the renowned AGSM, has held prominent positions in top institutions such as King's College London, ESSEC Business School, Bocconi University, and Ghent University. Anseel's research focuses on the ways individuals and organizations adapt to change. His widely-cited leadership studies have been published in premier academic journals and featured in significant media outlets like The Financial Times and The New York Times.
In 2018, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) selected him for a global webinar on mental health and leadership. His article on COVID-19's potential impact on urban design was recognized by LinkedIn as one of 21 Big Ideas for 2021. Anseel, elected fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP), has twice received the Academy of Management's Best Paper Award.
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How will we organise work tomorrow?
COVID-19 sent a an electric shock through traditional workplaces. The sudden, almost overnight experience of having people working from home has inspired many companies to redesign the workplace. What have we learned from the global working from home experiment? How will the future of the office look like? What are best practices and what pitfalls should we avoid? How do we manage hybrid teams and organizations?
How leaders can build trust and purpose in times of change
The true test of leadership is steering an organization through turbulence.
In times of rapid change, leaders need to build trust and a common sense of purpose. Authentic communication, appreciative listening, behavioral integrity and rapid updating of mental models are key building blocks to achieving these goals.
Mental health and resilience in the workplace
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a heavy toll on global mental health and has paved a path for a revolution in the workplace.
As companies prepare for a postpandemic return to the workplace, identifying mental health risks, setting up early detection and support systems, and raising leadership awareness have become business priorities. Employee mental health and resilience is at top of the C-suite agenda.
7 Leadership SuperPowers for the Post-COVID Era
Pandemics have always shaken up society. They accelerate change and create new ways of thinking. Now is the time for organizations to prepare for fundamental changes to come.
The 7 SuperPowers are a set of extraordinary leadership characteristics that can help organizations get ahead of the curve. Mix and match any of the SuperPowers for this keynote: Learning to learn - Moral compass - Digital mastery – Superconnections - Seeing around corners - Community voices - Becoming human.