Leadership Resilience – The Wake-Up Call for Sleep
Please join us for a session with Professor Vicki Culpin from Ashridge Business School to discuss the importance of sleep for leadership resilience, from both a personal and organisational perspective – in a world that is nowadays increasingly 24/7 on. Drawing on the research literature, and new research from Hult International Business School on the impact of poor sleep on organisational life, Vicki Culpin will provide the wake–up call for everyone to take sleep seriously!

Vicki is Global Dean of Research at Hult International Business School, responsible for the Six Research Centres and research activity across campuses in London, Boston, San Francisco, Dubai and Shanghai.

Vicki specialises in well-being research, specifically related to memory and sleep. She has spent over 17 years researching memory, the impact of poor memory, how to improve memory and the effects of reduced sleep with a variety of individuals including older adults, children and forensic populations. More recent research and teaching interests include the relationship between sleep, well-being and derailment and the relationship between sleep and resilience in management populations.

Vicki studied Psychology at Manchester University, followed by an MPhil and PhD in Psychology from Lancaster University and an MSc in Applied Forensic Psychology from Leicester University. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a Chartered Psychologist and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Date: 24/08/2016
Time: 11:30 - 13:30
Contact Fee
Esther Martin
IHRC Member: Free
For Non Member:
Please see Becoming a member
Register Location
Bookings no longer allowed on this date.
Four Points by Sheraton, Sihlcity Zurich, Kalandergasse 1, 8045 Zurich