Don´t miss the opportunity to participate to the exciting book launch event & a special presentation delivered by IE Professor Steven D´Souza on the 25th February at The Westin Hotel, 205 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000.
Steven D´Souza – Director of Programmes for the Financial Times| IE Business School Corporate Alliance, is an international educator with experience in the fields of HR, leadership and talent management, diversity and organizational development will be delivering a presentation on his most recent publication “Not Knowing” a book he co-authored with Diana Renner.
In order to be thriving in uncertain times, this fascinating book proposes we head, uncomfortably, toward the unknown, rather than away from it. By developing a unique relationship with “Not Knowing” we discover a new way of living, leading, working and succeeding in our modern world.
This book re-frames the concept of Not Knowing, from being in a fearful place of weakness and ignorance, moving to something we must engage with personally. It introduces us to a new paradigm, where Not Knowing becomes an exciting opportunity, where we are no longer limited by what we already know and our habitual reactions to things that life throws at us, so that deeper knowing can emerge, full of rich possibilities and wisdom.
This topic will be relevant to all those who experience uncertainty, volatility, complexity and ambiguity in their work. Especially those who are leaving the familiar and venturing into new unknown territory.
About Steven D´Souza
Steven is Director of Programmes for the Financial Times| IE Business School Corporate Alliance. He is an Associate Professor at IE Business School and a former Executive Fellow, Program Orchestrator for their Global Executive MBA and IE Chicago Booth Global Senior Management Program. He has been a visiting lecturer on several programmes including at London Business School’s EMBA, the Masters in Organisations and Governance at the London School of Economics, and the IE Brown Executive MBA.
Steven has trained in Gestalt psychology for groups and individuals, ontological coaching and is an experienced executive coach, working frequently with senior teams including at the CEO level. He is a sought after speaker in many global companies and some of his clients included firms such as Accenture, AMEX, BT, Bank of America, BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, Eurostar, Goldman Sachs, Financial Times and PwC. He has also delivered workshops or talks for the United Nations ILO, On Purpose, the Hub Connections, TEDx and the Windsor Fellowship among several other social enterprises and government organisations. He has spoken in places as diverse as Tbilisi, Bucharest, Shanghai and Sofia.