In today’s complex business world, exceptional leadership is more important than ever. Transition from successful manager to great leader with Bayes Executive Education.
Why choose Bayes Executive Education for your leadership training?
- Learn from world-leading researchers who work as practitioners, advisers and non-executive board members at the cutting-edge of business
- Choose from a variety of open programmes and custom training courses to suit your needs
- Ideally suited for those looking to progress in their current management role or are seeking a career change.
Programmes in Leadership (applications are open):
Leading Digital Transformations
21st - 22nd September (online)
Becoming an Effective Leader: for Aspiring Leaders
Details: Dates TBC
Effective Negotiation Skills: Influencing with Impact
Details: Dates TBC
Leadership Communication: Present Yourself with Lasting Impact
Details: Available for custom programme enquiries.
Upskill your employees with our custom programmes
By investing in the skills of your employees, you will allow them to renew and refresh their knowledge to achieve both their goals and yours.
Our custom programmes are ranked 2nd in London (Financial Times Executive Education Custom ranking 2019). We’ll work with you to deliver customised programmes to fit your business need and goals. Find out more about our custom programmes.
Academic experts teaching on Bayes Executive Education
Professor Cliff Oswick
Cliff joined the Business School (formerly Cass) in 2011 as a Professor in Organization Theory. He also served as Head of the Faculty of Management and Deputy Dean here between January 2011 and January 2016.
Cliff’s research focuses on the application of aspects of discourse, dramaturgy, tropes, narrative and rhetoric to the study of organizations and organizing. He is particularly interested in the study of leadership processes, employee engagement, and organizational change. He has published over 120 academic articles and contributions to edited volumes, including contributions to Academy of Management Review, Human Relations, Journal of Management Studies, British Journal of Management, Organization, and Organization Studies.
Beyond his academic responsibilities, Cliff has also undertaken a variety of consultancy projects, senior coaching activities and executive development assignments with a number of high profile corporate clients. Read more about Professor Cliff Oswick.
Professor Laure Cabantous
Professor Cabantous holds a PhD in Economics from Toulouse School of Economics (France). Prior to being a Professor of Strategy and Organisation at Bayes Business School, she worked at Warwick Business School, ESCP Europe and Nottingham University Business School.
Laure has a long-lasting interest in decision-making processes, both at the individual and organisational levels, and for the management of risk and uncertainty. She has studied how insurers make decisions under conflicting and consensual ambiguity; how decision analysts help managers take decisions; and how models support decision-making. Read more about Professor Laure Cabantous.
Professor Gianvito Lanzolla
Gianvito Lanzolla is Professor of Strategy at Bayes. He currently serves as the Head of the Faculty of Management and is the Founder and Director of Bayes Digital Leadership Research Centre (DLRC). Firmly established as a leading global thought leader of technology strategy and business digital transformation, his research has won several academic prizes and has been featured widely in the business media – e.g. Financial Times, the Economist, CNBC, CCTV and Wall Street Journal.
Gianvito has directed and delivered several executive development programmes and has contributed as an advisor to many boards and executive leadership teams around the world. Recent corporate engagements include: Apple, Baker McKenzie, European Club Association, BBC, IBM, the UAE’s Prime Minister Office, Microsoft, Zurich, KION, Axel Springer and Vodafone Group. Read more about Professor Gianvito Lanzolla.
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