The RSA uses cookies on this website. By using this website you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To find out more read our cookie policy and privacy policy. More Info

The Leadership We Need Now

RSA Event

 - 

Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House

  • Arts and society
  • Leadership

Facebook Watch this event live on the RSA Events Facebook page - 'like' or follow us for notifications!

 

What can we learn from great leaders across the world, and how could better leadership guide us through the troubles we face today?

 

We’re seeing the effects of a crisis of leadership across the board, amidst the recent US government shutdown, abuse of corporate power, and the splintering of mainstream political parties. What’s gone wrong? What does it really mean to be a good leader in politics or in business, and how are they different? How do we adopt leadership principles like initiative, authority, and fairness, and put them to use in our own lives?

A panel of commentators including Stefan Stern, Miranda Green, and Heather Stewart gather to reflect on the current leadership climate and share lessons on leadership from the worlds of politics and business.

Twitter  Instagram  

 

Be the first to write a comment

0 Comments

Please login to post a comment or reply

Don't have an account? Click here to register.

Related events

  • UK Politics: Making Sense of the Mayhem

    Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House

    Do we get the politics we deserve? A panel of commentators reflects on a period of extraordinary political events and public discussion.

  • The Leadership We Need Now

    Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House

    What lessons can we learn from successful leaders about how to navigate the challenges we face today? A panel gathers to reflect on the leadership of the moment and the take-home lessons from the worlds of politics and business.

  • An Open Letter to the Women Who Will Run the World

    Great Room Auditorium, RSA House

    Jennifer Palmieri, former Director of Communications for both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama – visits the RSA to issue an open invitation to all women to forge a new model of leadership.