Disruptive Leadership

The new playbook for leaders of the 4th industrial revolution

Virtual Launch Event
18th November / 2-3.30pm

Event Overview

Find out how the world’s fastest growing companies are rewriting the rules on leadership and innovation to thrive in an age of disruption.

Startups and leading technology companies have ripped up the leadership and innovation rule book for an age disruption.

We gathered insight from nearly 200 leaders from across the globe. Find out what they said about how to thrive in an age of disruption.

Join us for the exclusive launch of The Disruptive Leadership Report and a stellar panel to explore our insights and find out what leaders need to do differently to build resilient, innovative organisations that can succeed in the 4th industrial revolution. We will share the findings of the report and discuss how we can use these to build disruptive leaders that will transform the workforce.

Meet the Speakers

Stephan Thoma

Former Global Director of Learning & Development

Deborah Gallo

Learning & Development EMEA

Ed Essey

Director of Intrapreneurship & Incubation

Jessica Middlemiss

Head of Operations

Ian Forshew

Founding Partner

Odharnait Ansbro

Senior L&D Partner

We will explore

The top problems leaders are facing right now as they navigate disruption

What are the mindsets and capabilities of disruptive leaders

What can we learn from companies at the bleeding edge

The importance of balancing execution and innovation

Virtual Event Details

18th November / 2:00pm – 3:30pm

This event will be hosted on Zoom Webinars. Register via the online form below and you’ll receive your personal link to join.

The Disruptive Leadership Report

The report is based on in depth interviews, quantitative research and insight working alongside 1000’s of leaders from startups, scaleups, leading technology companies and some of the largest corporations on the planet (see here).

The report explores why some leaders and companies have been successful in the context of disruption, whilst others have failed. The number one thing standing in the way of rapid change is leaders don’t recognise they have a problem. Even if they do see the problem, most don’t have the skills or the mindset to lead in a new way. Leaders have learned to maximise predictability and control, not to unleash creativity, learning and facilitate the rapid change needed in the context of uncertainty.  

Sign up to explore the playbook for leadership in the 4th industrial revolution and how to build new capability in your organisation.  

About T-minus

We specialise in leadership in the context of disruption, high growth and innovation. In the past few years, we have worked with leaders from some of the most innovative companies in the world, alongside the large multinational players they disrupt.

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