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Adam Kingl has researched the paradigms of work and leadership for Generation Ys. Leadership and work-life as we know it are changing in fundamental ways.
Adam Kingl is a Managing Director at Duke Corporate Education. Previously, he was the Executive Director of Thought Leadership at London Business School and served on the School’s Management Committee, Executive Education Board, and was responsible for overall quality and design of its programmes. He was also an Associate of the Management Lab and Saatchi & Saatchi.
Adam Kingl has consulted, designed and taught courses in areas such as unleashing personal and team creativity, strategic innovation, management innovation, organisational culture, high performing teams, generational paradigms of work and leadership, and fulfilling organisational and personal purpose to organisations including ADNOC, Aldar, BBC, BP, De Beers, Disney, Ericsson, HSBC, LVMH, Oman Oil, Orica, Pixar, Tesco and Zurich.
Adam has spoken at conferences including the Global Leadership Summit, FT-Coca Cola Enterprises Future of Sustainability Summit, HR Strategy Forum, HR Directors Business Summit, Strategic HR Network Leadership and Talent Conference, the HR Directors International Summit, CIPD Learning & Development Conference, CIPD Talent Engagement Conference, EMVA Business Conference, Arabian Society for HR Management, TUCO Conference, University Business Officers Summer Conference, PCMA Business School at IMEX, and events hosted by Aktis Strategy, Tremco Illbruck, the Harvard Business School Alumni Club, Pfizer, RGL Forensics, Kennedys Law, Barnett Waddigham, Citywire North, HR Magazine, Tokyo MX TV, and TiE – the global entrepreneurs’ network.
He has contributed to and been interviewed by publications including The Financial Times, Sunday Times, Forbes, Fortune, The Guardian, Fast Company, BizEd, Business News Daily, Business Strategy Review, European Business Review, Employee Engagement Today, City AM, Changeboard, Dubai Eye (radio), Gulf News, The National (UAE), Alrroya (UAE), Business Pioneer, Saudi Gazette, Trade Arabia, Management Today, South China Morning Post, the Hong Kong Economic Times, HR Grapevine, and Edge - the Institute of Leadership and Management.
Adam holds degrees from London Business School, UCLA and Yale. He is a dual British-American citizen.