Register for the Live Virtual Learning Webinar

At INSEAD we believe that investing in your development is as important now as ever before - and critical for future success. With this in mind we remain highly committed to help you take charge of your professional development and have adapted to the changing business landscape and new ways of working by developing Live Virtual learning.

Join us for a one hour webinar and discover how our programmes have been adapted to suit live, virtual learning and ensure maximum impact. During the session programme director for Leading for Results, Professor Noah Askin, will share his perspective on designing and delivering programmes for immediate and lasting impact. You will also hear from a past participant of the Leading Digital Marketing Strategy programme, Kristian Kaas Mortensen, about what makes Live Virtual learning so unique and the benefits of this learning mechanism.

Register your details for the webinar - 11am CET / 6pm SGT on Wednesday 17 March 2021

Event Highlights

  • Understand what Live Virtual delivery is all about and the benefits of this high-impact, real-time learning experience 
  • Discover a selection of our Live Virtual programmes and what makes the learning journey so unique
  • Hear directly from a faculty and past participant about the benefits of Live Virtual learning for a transformational experience
  • Get details on the application process and other practical information

Guest speaker and past participant

Kristian Kass Mortensen

Senior Director, Global Partnerships & Alliances

Kirstian is a past participant of the Leading Digital Marketing Strategy programme, delivered Live Virtually in October 2020.


Noah Askin

Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour

Noah Askin is an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, where he teaches the organisational design and leadership core course in the MBA program. His teaching focuses primarily on firms’ organisational-strategic alignment, leading and experiencing organisational change, managing corporate culture, and utilizing social networks.

Read Professor Askin's profile

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