Tom at Kellogg School of Management – Keynote about Innovation & Social Entrepreneurship
Following a personal invitation by Kellogg Dean Sally Blount, Tom delivered a keynote speech about the topics of innovation and social entrepreneurship to the global MBA student body.
The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Chicago, is regularly ranked as one of the best business schools in the US and one of the top graduate business programs in the world.
Tom drew on his experience as the Founder of the Global Leadership Circle at the Manchester Business School in the UK. Tom has been mentoring and preparing the next generation of business leaders from over 32 countries while contributing to its being ranked as one of the top international graduate business programs in the world according to the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking.
Click here to watch a video from the Kellogg School of Management in which Tom is talking about Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship:
“Tom is one of the world’s best experts on leadership!”
– WHARTON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS” Tom shows that nothing is impossible when it comes to your realizing your own unique, personal or corporate vision!”
– EBAY´s 1st President Jeff Skoll; Founder, Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
Tom shared the following benefits and takeaways with the Kellogg global MBA student body:
– Innovation: How do global brand titans like Google and Apple apply the secrets of innovation to become masters of creativity? How can any team or organisation apply these secrets to produce innovation at the highest level?
– Social Entrepreneurship: Now more than ever, the best people are not attracted by the best pay alone: They want to work with the best corporate citizens. Tom shows how to create a corporate climate that attracts the top talent and the best people through good corporate citizenship.
– Visionary Corporate Leadership: Master the principles of visionary personal and corporate leadership to empower your teams to perform: How do you create, communicate and convey a compelling corporate vision? How do you use this vision to unite your teams effectively around one shared goal and boost their productivity and your organisation´s bottom line?