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Jesse Segers
Associate Dean of Education
Expertise Opinion

September 6, 2017

By Jesse Segers

“Nomadic professionals, make your choices meaningful”

Leadership International Business

Opening minds. Touching souls. Energizing business. That’s what Antwerp Management School stands for. As a business school, energizing business is, of course, a goal. Opening minds is also obvious. How can your mind not be opened after numerous classes and field trips? But what about

Expertise

August 9, 2017

By Jesse Segers

Self-leadership: walk the path, discover and uncover

Leadership

The World’s Most Beautiful Dreams Can’t see anything in the dark No house, no tree No ditch, no stone No cloud, no soil No bird or insect Not even your hand is visible In the dark Yet, amazingly The world’s most beautiful dreams Are always seen Only when it is dark Hindi Poem by Jitender

Expertise

June 14, 2017

By Jesse Segers

Middle managers break the old management paradigm

Leadership

Middle managers fill a unique position in an organization; they communicate with the senior management as well as the operational level. In a world where organizations are lead more and more horizontally, you would think that middle managers lose their value, but nothing could be further

Expertise

June 8, 2017

By Jesse Segers

Leadership: a leap of faith? A sneak preview of the Ibarra Masterclass

Leadership

  HR Square and Antwerp Management School are pleased to present a Masterclass on Leadership with Herminia Ibarra (INSEAD) on June 15 in Brussels. Professor Ibarra will be in conversation with Jesse Segers and Koen Marichal of Antwerp Management School, who will also be presenting their

Current events

May 12, 2017

By Jesse Segers

10 prejudices about female leadership

Leadership

Some people like to claim that the glass ceiling has been well and truly shattered. Top jobs are no longer inaccessible to women and the successful female CEO is now a reality in the business world. Nevertheless, they are still the exception rather than the rule, with women holding only a

Expertise Section

April 24, 2017

By Jesse Segers

Leaders of paradoxes: 4 people-management types

Leadership

In the blog series ‘Leaders of paradoxes’ Prof. Dr. Jesse Segers explains us what the invisible tensions are to what leaders get exposed. In the first part, he illustrated and defined 4 important organizational paradoxes. In this second part, you will read about 4 people-management

Expertise Section

April 5, 2017

By Jesse Segers

Leaders of paradoxes: 4 important organizational types

Leadership

In the blog series ‘Leaders of paradoxes’ Prof. Dr. Jesse Segers explains us what the invisible tensions are to what leaders get exposed. In this first part he illustrates which 4 important organizational paradoxes can be defined.

Current events

March 17, 2017

By Jesse Segers

Are you ready to be a CEO? Ask yourself these 7 questions.

Leadership

Professor Dr. Jesse Segers recently co-wrote an article in Management Team about whether it was better for companies to train in-house staff to be CEOs or whether to look externally to hire them. Similarly, it discussed the relative merits of the internally-trained employee versus the

June 15, 2016

By Jesse Segers

Opinion: Leiderschap after Orlando

Leadership

Donald Trump’s response to the terrible shooting in Orlando is exactly what ISIS expected. President Obama is handling it much more adequately. The call for authoritarian leadership is understandable in times of crisis, but that solution is threatening to feed further polarisation.