GLOBAL FORUM-VIRTUAL ACTION LEARNING INTERNATIONAL DISCUSSIONS (VALID) Series

In response to the expressed desire by many of you to continue the learning and sharing of our unique international community of practice, the Global Forum Organizing Team has organized a series of virtual discussions that we are calling Virtual Action Learning International Discussions (VALID). These virtual discussions or VALIDs are with Global Forum community members who have offered to draw from their field of expertise and share their unique perspective of the future and our current dramatic global transformation. We hope to offer presentations to you from now through May 2021, a learning bridge to the next Global Forum (June) 14-16, 2021 at MIT.

Michael Hagemann

Michael Hagemann

Key Success Factors for Business and Personal Transformation

Michael Hagemann

Vice President of Change Management - DPDHL

Join us September 17, 2020, at 09:00 EDT/15:00 CET/21:00 Singapore for this 60-minute session.

 

About the speaker

Michael Hagemann is the Vice President of Change Management within the Global Headquarters of Deutsche Post DHL (DP DHL) in Bonn, Germany. Responsible for a team of change management consultants across on every continent, Michael assists leaders across four business units manage change more effectively. In his role, he increases the buy-in of key people, leading towards successful transformation. Currently he’s facilitating a major culture change that will impact 220,000 employees.

Before joining DP DHL, Michael worked as a consultant, trainer, and executive coach in various international organizations. Thanks to his multinational work experience and his multifaceted educational background as trainer, coach, NLP master as well as his broad knowledge of emotional intelligence, management practices and people development, Michael has worked extensively across different cultures and disciplines.

Michael holds a Masters in Theology/Philosophy, and an MBA from the University of Mannheim and ESSEC Paris. He recently published “Three Success Factor for Transforming Your Business: Mindset, Infrastructure, Capability.” United States: Business Expert Press (2020)

 

Session Overview

Key Success Factors for Business and Personal Transformation

The VUCA model (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) successfully describes the challenges that individuals and organizations have experienced over the last 20 years.
For companies across the globe, including DPDHL Group, it is broadly concluded that there is a need to increase the capability of agility to ensure a faster adoption to a VUCA world without reducing productivity and efficiency.
Covid-19 has shown the capability of our and other organizations to cope with change and respond in agile ways to unexpected challenges. However, it also shows the invisible forces of a classical organization and resistance to change on an individual level remain strong.
We assume that crisis events like Covid-19 are most likely just the start of even more VUCA changes. We need to prepare from an organizational and personal perspective to adapt to these transformations.
We have an urgent need for transformational change capability. During the September 17th VALID, Michael Hagemann will share with us the ways in which we can design, organize, drive and boost both organizational and personal transformations.

As a pre-read for the VALID session, Michael recommends:

  • Hagemann, M. (2019). Three success factors for transforming your business, BEP 2019
  • Yeager, D., Dweck, C. (2012). Mindsets that promote resilience: When students believe that personal characteristics can be developed. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST, 47(4), 302–314.
  • van Dam, K. (January 2009). Employee adaptability to change at work: A multidimensional, resource-based framework. DOI: 10.1017/CBO9781139096690.009.

 

Upcoming Events

September 17, 2020
09:00 EDT/15:00 CET

Michael Hagemann

VALID No. 07 | Key Success Factors for Business and Personal Transformation

Michael Hagemann | Vice President of Change Management - DPDHL

September 17, 2020
09:00 EDT/15:00 CET

October 15, 2020
9:00 EDT/15:00 CET

Karen Hanna

VALID No. 08 | An Innovative Approach to Working with, Coaching and Facilitating Talented People

Karen Hanna | Author

November 19, 2020
9:00 EDT/15:00 CET

Michellana Y. Jester

VALID No. 09 | TBD

Michellana Y. Jester | Director of MIT Sloan School, GEL Senior Partner

November 19, 2020
9:00 EDT/15:00 CET

Dezember 17, 2020
9:00 EDT/15:00 CET

Yury Boshyk

VALID No. 10 | The Year in Review/The Year(s) Ahead

Yury Boshyk | GEL Chairman, Author

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