Shlomo Ben-Hur

Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior

Shlomo is an organizational psychologist and an award-winning researcher and educator in the areas of leadership and organizational behavior, with 25 years of corporate experience in senior executive positions in multinational organizations. His research has appeared in many articles and books including ‘Leadership OS: Creating Your Operating System for Success’, ‘Changing Employee Behavior: A Practical Guide for Managers’, ‘The Business of Corporate Learning: Insights from Practice’, and ‘Talent Intelligence: What You Need to Know to Identify and Measure Talent’.

Prior to joining IMD, Shlomo was Vice President of Leadership Development and Learning for the BP Group based in London and Chief Learning Officer of DaimlerChrysler Services based in Berlin.

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Susan Goldsworthy

Affiliate Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change

A former Olympic finalist, Susan is passionate about working with people to turn knowledge into behavior and to increase awareness of our interconnectivity in this magical, more-than-human world. Co-author of award winning books ‘Care to Dare’ and ‘Choosing Change’, Susan recently released ‘Where The Wild Things Were’, an award-winning storybook, co-authored with her daughter, for people of all ages to raise awareness of biodiversity loss and the challenges this presents to all life, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) 13, 14 & 17.

Following more than twenty years senior executive experience in large multinationals, for over a decade Susan ran her own consultancy in leadership development, change communications and executive coaching. Her doctoral research is on the lived experience of hope for executives in the current world context.

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Book - by Shlomo Ben-Hur & Nik Kinley

As leaders rise to senior levels, their roles become less about doing things that directly drive results and more about directing and supporting others to achieve objectives.

Book - by Susan Goldsworthy & Sydney Goldsworthy

Imagine a planet without dolphins? Without elephants, without lions, without tigers, without whales? This book is written for both children and adults to entertain and educate.


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