Professor Vlatka Hlupic talks about her book at Institute of Directors event
21 October 2014
During this high-profile event, where speakers include members of the UK and Indian governments, chief executive officers and university chancellors, Professor Vlatka Hlupic will talk about research related to her latest book The Management Shift and discuss the topic of ethical corporate governance.
According to Professor Vlatka Hlupic, research shows that corporate life expectancy and performance have declined by 75% in the last 50 years, and that only 20% of employees are fully engaged at work.
This means that individuals and organisations need a different approach if they are to achieve lasting prosperity. They need a shift in mindset, organisational culture and corporate consciousness to the new level of thinking and performing. Organisational culture needs to be more focused on people, purpose and collaboration.
To read a full interview with Professor Vlatka Hlupic about the book, please visit the Westminster Business School blog.
About Professor Vlatka Hlupic
Professor Vlatka Hlupic has an interdisciplinary background with various academic and professional qualifications – from economics, information systems and computing, to coaching, psychological kinesiology and neurolinguistic programming.
She is an executive coach and has worked as an adviser for many international organisations and governments. Vlatka is a founder and the CEO of the Drucker Society London, as well as a keynote and TEDx speaker at major international events.
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