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September 14, 2017

By Anne Lemaire

Showing vulnerability as a leader… a delicate balance

Leadership

For the September 5 Leadership Lab, doctoral candidate Johannes Claeys met with members of our Connect program in the Kapel van de Ontluiking in Groot-Bijgaarden. Next week, he presents his PhD on “Leadership and Vulnerability” at Tilburg University. During our meeting, he gave us a sneak

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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

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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

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June 30, 2017

By Elke Jeurissen

Connecting with the outside world is what makes the difference between a good manager and a great leader

Leadership

On May 19th, 50 female leaders gathered at Antwerp Management School for the third network event run by Straffe Madammen Club and Stella P. Its attendees all intend to use their extensive professional experience within other organizations and take on future roles as board advisors. 20

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June 20, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

‘Act like a leader and sit in the front row’: insights from the Leadership Masterclass

Leadership

On a warm Thursday morning June 15th, Timothy Vermeir from HR Square welcomed us to our Leadership Masterclass in Brussels. We were led to ‘the Red Room’, deep in the bowels of BNP Paribas Fortis, where we were treated to innovative leadership insights by Koen Marichal, Jesse Segers and

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June 16, 2017

By Lili Matthys

How do you get the most out of mentorship?

Leadership

Mentoring is underestimated. And, according to several studies, that is an understatement. Mentoring has a demonstrable impact on your career, and possibly even beyond that. But how well is it utilized? And how is it different to coaching?  

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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

June 9, 2017

By Koen Marichal

What’s new in The Leader’s Clothes?

Leadership

In 2013, ‘The Leader In The Mirror’ (De leider in de spiegel) was published and quickly became a bestseller for those interested in or specializing in leadership. The book’s honest approach, combined with its inspiring stories and up-to-date research, was a source of inspiration to many.

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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

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June 1, 2017

By Karen Wouters

Shared leadership, a blooming future?

Leadership

It is both fascinating and challenging for HR and OD managers to discuss the issue of shared leadership with a CEO who has applied it with variable results, and a professor in leadership who sees right through the holy grail of shared leadership.

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May 22, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

How do you involve doctors in healthcare policy changes?

Leadership

Antwerp Management School offers healthcare as one of its leadership specializations. Hospitals face many challenges and changes, so there is an urgent need for leaders who can bridge the gap between their professional work and the complexities of hospital management. We discuss with Tom

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May 15, 2017

By Sofie Rogiest

A valuable change in healthcare

Leadership

Care facilities often struggle when it comes to leadership. Limited budgets are putting a great deal of pressure on managers. There is certainly a need for a new style of leadership in the healthcare sector; not traditional, leading-from-the-front management, but genuine, value-based,