26 Sep 2019

The Art of Leadership: Realizing the Collective Dream

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Thursday September 26, 2019
Starting 5:30 pm

This event is co-organized by Leuven MindGate, Faculty Club and Lannoo Campus. It is a Business 2 Academia event.

Members: 80€ (excl VAT)
Non-members: 100€ (excl VAT)

Faculty Club
Groot Begijnhof 14
3000 Leuven
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On Thursday 26 September, Leuven MindGate and Faculty Club present our new B2A about leadership.

For each of us there is a path that leads straight to our dream. The art lies in knowing how to find it. Convinced that everyone has the potential to realize their dream, Hilde Helsen has translated her own rich experience into a practical four-step model.

We continue the Business 2 Academy series with a discussion of leadership. The Art of Leadership is manifested when you succeed in influencing the behaviours of others. It all starts with Building the Collective Dream in such a way that people decide to join and engage in order to realise this Collective Dream together.

Join us for the seminar on 26 September 2019 for an out-of-the-box evening arranged by Hilde Helsen. Much more than your average formal talk, Hilde's discussion will ask you to reflect actively on what leadership means to you and how you can adjust your own style(s) to Build the Collective Dream. There'll be music, there'll be interactive voting, and there'll be plenty of insights and tips and tricks. You won't want to miss it!


Hilde Helsen is a materials science engineer. She was one of the first female engineers in a top position at an international company. In 2012, she founded TRAJECTUM, an organization that guides individuals (people) and organizations (systems) through transitions.

Hilde is author of the book 'DREAMERS Who DO'. Dreamers Who Do creates a safe environment that stimulates you to take action, both for yourself and for others, both in your professional and private life.

Every participant receives a free copy of Hilde's book in their language of choice (English, Dutch, or French)!

Photo (c) Joke Emmerechts

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