Gianpiero is Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, where he directs the Management Acceleration Programme, the school’s flagship executive programme for emerging leaders. His interests bridge the domains of leadership, identity, adult development and experiential learning. He speaks widely to academic and corporate audiences on the topic of how to develop and exercise leadership in fast-changing, uncertain and diverse workplaces. A Medical Doctor and Psychiatrist by training, Gianpiero has worked as an executive coach and practiced as a psychotherapist.
We came across Gianpiero through INSEAD – where we both studied – and have been avid followers of his research and ideas. In this episode, we talk with him about his own career story, the importance of meaning at work, his work on the gig economy and independent workers, leadership transitions, experiential learning and his current interest in the value of friendship at work.
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