IE for Life Speaker Series

WE BRING OUR SPEAKER SERIES TO YOU

Across the world, many of us are adapting to a completely new reality: remote working, home schooling, and safeguarding our wellness with the necessary precautions. As your alma mater, we are committed to your lifelong learning and career progression. For this reason we are extending free access to our Alumni Plus online speaker series, normally only available to our premium Alumni Plus members.

Gayle Allard: Quantifying the effects of "black swan" events like COVID-19

A black swan is an unpredictable event that is beyond what is normally expected of a situation and has potentially severe consequences. Black swan events are characterized by their extreme rarity, their severe impact, and the widespread insistence they were obvious in hindsight. How will the coronavirus affect us and how will we recover? Join us in this online session in which professor Gayle Allard will offer some reflections on this unprecedented health crisis and its economic implications.

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¿Cómo se recuperará la economía tras la epidemia de Coronavirus? | IE Alumni

¿Cómo se recuperará la economía tras la epidemia de Coronavirus?

La pandemia de coronavirus está afectando fuertemente a la actividad económica mundial. Aunque Gobiernos y bancos centrales han puesto en marcha ayudas y planes de estímulo para hacer frente a la situación, hay muchas dudas acerca de la recuperación del tejido productivo. En la sesión, se analizarán las repercusiones económicas de la crisis sanitaria, las medidas que se están aplicando y los posibles escenarios a los que se enfrentará la economía mundial en los próximos meses.

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Positive Leadership | IE Alumni

POSITIVE LEADERSHIP: THE ART OF MAKING GOOD MANAGERS BECOME EXTRAORDINARY

The ability to think clearly, take sound decisions, and engage employees to their fullest are critical factors for success. Moreover, compelling new research calls into question both our basic assumptions about what drives human performance, and the management training methods based on these assumptions. Learn more in Joaquin Uribarri´s Positive Leadership.

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Neuromarketing | IE Alumni

Neuromarketing: Driving Innovation In Marketing and Communications

Managers are being asked to lead their people through the challenges of tightening deadlines, increasingly limited resources, constant change, and escalating competition. Join us to learn more in our Neuromarketing: Driving Innovation In Marketing and Communications masterclass with Professor Jaime Vega.

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Who is Building Your City? | IE Alumni

Who is Building Your City?

Join us in this Virtual Masterclass with Cristina Mateo, IE School of Architecture and Design, Associate Dean. In this session "Who is Building your City", will discuss how tech giants are influencing the development of contemporary urban living. The discussion will be followed by a Q&A where you will be able to participate, and exchange different view points.

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The Key CEO/Company Value of Today - Balvinder Singh Powar | IE Alumni

The Key CEO/Company Value of Today

The Edelman Barometer tells us that Building Trust is the Key Leadership task for CEOs (2019 data). In a volatile world where so much is unpredictable, Trust attracts customers, creates belief in teams and retains & attracts talent. If you are only selling something based on price, you become a trader. If you build trust, you will make more holistic choices and can maintain customer loyalty. Professor Balvinder Singh Powar.

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Why Scaleup is the New Startup - Joe Haslam | IE Alumni

Why Scaleup is the New Startup

The founders that we revere are famous not because they started but because they scaled. Many successful startups stumble at 40+ employees, as scaling up is completely different to starting up. New ways to think your business in the areas of Purpose, Product, Process & People hold the key to transitioning from a startup to a scaleup. Professor Joe Haslam.

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Trump Vs China | IE Alumni

TRUMP VS CHINA: FROM CURRENCY WARS TO TRADE WARS

President Trump is convinced the current world order doesn't benefit the US and that China is the biggest winner of globalisation. He has imposed tariffs on Chinese products. If China retaliates, we might witness a trade war between the two superpowers. How damaging would such a war be? How should other countries react? Professor Otero-Iglesias.

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