MBA alumnus Keiron Sparrowhawk will join us for the January MBA Tuesday Club, to discuss the importance of cognitive skills and how cognitive health relates to leadership and management performance.
About the talk
In their 2016 report The Future of Jobs, the World Economic Forum highlighted that cognitive skills will be those most needed by 2020. But are we equipping ourselves with these vital skills to develop exceptional personal and professional leadership performance? Keiron will discuss the importance of cognitive skills and examine the link between cognitive health and leadership and management performance. He will also explain how leadership can be measured and improved upon through the application of cognitive skills to ensure more robust leadership.
The talk will be followed by a Q&A session and an opportunity to network over drinks and canapés.
Book your place
The event is free to attend and refreshments will be provided.
About Keiron Sparrowhawk
Keiron Sparrowhawk is an author and an entrepreneur. He is also a former neuroscientist with over 40 years of medical product development expertise and experience.
Since 2013 he has led MyCognition, a company developing targeted training games to assess and help optimise cognitive health. In addition, he serves on the board of several health and personal development companies. He is also a Visiting Senior Associate at Cambridge University, establishing there the Diploma in Biopharmaceutical Pricing and Market Access.
Keiron graduated with an MBA from Westminster Business School in 1998.