Leadership Skills for the Digital Age: Your course faculty

Our Faculty members are recognized world authorities in their fields. Dividing their time between teaching, research and working with international companies, they remain on top of the latest management trends. You can expect timely, innovative learning activities, materials, and content in all IMD programs.

Jennifer Jordan

Jennifer Jordan is a social psychologist and is Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behaviour at IMD.

Professor Jordan's teaching, research, and consulting focus on the areas of digital leadership, ethics, influence, and power. She has received specialized training and certifications in lie- and truthfulness-detection, as well as in conflict resolution within organizations.

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Articles, webinars and case studies by faculty
Four ways to tackle both task and team spirit effectively

What are the best practices for leading a virtual team and how can you achieve an equal (if not higher) level of engagement and effectiveness when working in a virtual environment?

How to “lead from behind”

In times of intense digital disruption, leaders need to position themselves in the group differently to how it was done in the pre-digital era. Why?

Interview with IMD Professors

Three IMD Professors and digital experts answer executives’ most pressing questions about digital. 

IMD Professor Jennifer Jordan on dignity and leadership

Sometimes, we want our leaders to preserve a sense of stability, even when they are feeling unstable. A sense of calm, even when they are feeling stressed.


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