“You have to be passionate about what you do. You have to gain insight and advice from a variety of senior leaders including, and maybe especially, those who are not in your own area of business,” says Professor Randall Peterson, Academic Director of the Leadership Institute.
In this film, Professor Peterson presents the last in a series of four illuminating features on leadership. Here, in an exclusive interview, he asks global figureheads in business what future leaders can do to climb to the pinnacle of their professions.
What insights do Dame Nemat “Minouche” Shafik, the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England and Alex Gorsky, Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson have to share? Do
two successful London Business School alumni – David Pyott, former CEO of Allergan the maker of Botox and Michael Bolingbroke, CEO of Inter Milan, a powerhouse in Italian soccer – have similar advice for aspiring leaders?
Remind yourself of the entire film series – start with the first film: Effective Teamwork
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