ADP 30-year Anniversary Celebration
13th June, London
Since 1989, the Accelerated Development Programme has been inspiring and transforming senior business leaders from around the world. Thousands of experienced professionals have completed this highly regarded programme, and in June 2019 we’re joined by our 100th cohort.
To mark this milestone we’re hosting a special event on 13th June, bringing together our alumni, key ADP faculty, current participants, interested future participants and invited guests from our executive education community to celebrate the success and impact of this career-defining programme.
World-renowned business gurus Rob Goffee, Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour, and Randall S Peterson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, will examine the evolution of leadership over the last 30 years, and what successful leadership looks like now.
We’ll be joined by London Business School faculty who’ve been pivotal to the evolution of the Accelerated Development Programme.
Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour
18.15 Registration and arrival drinks
19.00 Welcome & ADP introduction
19.15 In conversation with Randall Peterson and Rob Goffee
Leadership Then, Now and Beyond – 30-years of evolution
19.45 Audience Q&A
20.05 The ADP Effect – alumni stories
20.20 Networking drinks and refreshments
21.45 Close of event
*Please note the programme may be subject to change
As well as ADP alumni, this event is for HR and learning executives who are interested in better understanding how our Accelerated Development Programme can help transform people in their organisation.
If you have any questions or are interested in attending, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Successfully transition from a functional manager to a general management role. The Accelerated Development Programme helps participants gain the critical leadership and management skills to develop self-awareness and speed the transition to becoming a global business leader. Click here to find out more about the programme.