Leaders face many kinds of challenges, and most come without warning. Whether it’s a business disruption, a financial crisis, system failure, shareholder activism, a natural disaster, or even a pandemic; challenges come and go, often unexpected and unasked for, just like many opportunities and successes.

How do you deal with the unexpected? Can you be prepared? What is key for leadership and dealing with your organization, the different stakeholders and dimensions. What is successful leadership?

Feike Sijbesma led Royal DSM successfully as a CEO for 13 years and served a total of 20 years in the Managing Board. How did he do so?

We are very pleased to invite you to a unique webinar on November 24, 2020 at 08:30 CET. At this invitation-only webinar, you will be joined by a select group of forward-thinking C-suite executives.

Our guest is Feike Sijbesma, former CEO and Chairman of the Managing Board of DSM. He is currently Member of the Non-Executive Board at Philips (Vice-Chairman) and Unilever, a Global Climate Leader for the World Bank Group, and Co-Chair of the High Level Assembly of the group’s Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition.

Bercan Günel will interview Feike on “Leadership, in good and challenging times”. In other words: How do you lead during unexpected challenges? What are the traits you need, and you can lean on? What makes you successful? How do you define success?

We would love to welcome you to this inspiring morning event. In order to make the session fully interactive, we have limited the number of participants, so please be sure to reserve your place on time. Please respond by November 3rd 16:00 CET.

Once your attendance is confirmed, you will be informed of further details. Please verify your attendance via this link.

We look forward to welcoming you on November 24.

Bercan Günel  |  Walter van Kuijen  |  Ron de Mos  |  Jacqueline Smit  |  Gijs de Vries  |  Annelies van Zutphen

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PS Please bear in mind that this is an invitation-only event and that the invitation is not transferrable.