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From Thursday 28 February 2019
To Saturday 02 March 2019

EU Business School will host its annual leadership seminar in partnership with the Geneva Chamber of Commerce and Industry from February 28 to March 2, 2019.

Invited speakers include experts from the world of business, government and international organizations who will discuss how new leadership can bring gains of trust in a world of change. Special attention will be paid to innovation, trading, blockchain and cybersecurity.

EU Business School (EU), in collaboration with the Geneva Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CGIG), is proud to host its annual leadership seminar at its Geneva campus from February 28 to March 2. Under the title LEADERSHIP X+ – THE GAINS OF TRUST, this year’s program focuses on how to establish trust across all environments.

The seminar will be divided into three distinct areas: advocacy, compliance and morality. Through presentations and discus- sion, participants will explore the complexity of achieving guideline adherence and the need for good leadership, as well as the role actors play in the application and development of regulations. Ethical matters will also be discussed. At the end of the seminar, participants will have gained a deeper understanding of what is needed to establish an institution that inspires confidence, and the leadership skills required.

Invited speakers include leading figures from the worlds of business, government and international organizations, among them John Moorhead, president of Drawdown; Markus Melching, chairman at Andrion; and Aleksandr Lazarenko, head of R&D at Group-IB. This is a world where the fundamentals of climate, finance, innovation and individuality are at stake. Using real-life cases to Illustrate the challenges faced, particular attention will be paid to new banking UX, branding, innovation, trading, blockchain and cybersecurity, to relate uncertainty to trust.

The final session of the seminar will be practical. Participants will take part in a simulation game and will apply what they have learned during the three-day seminar using differential thinking to create a trusted environment. In addition, participants will need to explore whether theoretical learning matches reality and to consider a plethora of external factors.

“We are pleased to continue our partnership with the Geneva Chamber of Commerce and Industry and to offer our students and guests the opportunity to further explore how organizations gain trust”, stated Mr. Luc Craen, managing director of EU Business School Switzerland. “During this exciting three-day seminar, we will link topics like climate management, branding, trading and new banking UX to establish how leadership can bring trust through innovation. I am particularly looking forward to the session on cybersecurity, an area in which Geneva is planning to play an important role in governance”, he added.

After completing the seminar, all participants will receive a co-signed certificate in leadership from EU Business School and CCIG.

For more information, please contact Stef de Jong, academic dean of EU Business School Switzerland at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at +41 22 779 26 71. To attend, please click on the following link: Register for the Leadership Seminar

For more information about EU Business School, please contact the Communications Department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Alternatively, visit our website at www.euruni.edu.

About EU Business School:
Established in 1973, EU Business School (EU) is an international, professionally accredited, high-ranking business school with campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux, Munich and online. Offering English-taught foundation, bachelor’s, master’s, MBA and DBA programs, it is ranked among the top business schools globally and has been awarded four stars in business excellence by QS Stars. Students at EU benefit from an international environment with students and faculty of over 100 nationalities. Its programs include state-accredited degrees from the University of Derby, U.K, and the University of Roehampton in London, U.K. and state-recognized degrees from the Universidad Católica de Murcia in Spain.