Gianpiero Petriglieri is Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD.
His award-winning research and teaching focus on what it means, and what it takes, to become a leader. He is particularly concerned with the development of leadership in the age of “nomadic professionalism,” in which people have deep bonds to work but loose affiliations to organizations, and authenticity and mobility have replaced loyalty and advancement as hallmarks of virtue and success.
Building on his research, Gianpiero has contributed to refining a unique approach to experiential leadership development that aims to deepen and accelerate the development of individual leaders as well as to broaden and strengthen leadership communities within and across organisations. At INSEAD, he directs the Management Acceleration Programme, the school’s flagship executive programme for emerging leaders, and chairs the initiative for Learning Innovation and Teaching Excellence. (more…)
Why high-potentials struggle when they’re regarded as “future leaders”–and how they can grow through it. An essay coauthored with Jennifer Petriglieri, based on our research, teaching, and coaching, and available online before appearing in the May-June issue of the Harvard Business Review.
If you have worked as a high-performing functional expert for a few years, and are ready to move forward in your career, then the INSEAD Management Acceleration Programme is for you. The programme will help you to expand your business expertise, strengthen your knowledge and skill sets, and help you to take that next step purposefully and with grace.
The Management Acceleration Programme will provide you with perspectives and skills to work effectively across functions and cultures. It will reinforce your ability to both lead and follow in today’s constantly changing, high-pressure and volatile business world. And it will connect you to a diverse worldwide community of emerging leaders.
To learn more, and to apply, visit the Management Acceleration Programme website.
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