News 24 Oct 2017 | 22:12

Redefining Success – Why the leaders of the future should focus on health and wellbeing

People will live and work for significantly longer than previous generations. They need to cultivate new skills, capacities and the flexibility that is needed to meet the demands of the rapidly changing society, technology and economy. Modern leaders will need to carefully consider their ways of working and living, so that they can pay attention to what matters most today and how to invest their time and energy appropriately tomorrow. With learnings from top-performers in sport and business, discover new perspectives to what is needed to nurture the skills and capacities that will be crucial for thriving in the next 100 years.

Keynote Annastiina Hintsa

As the daughter of Hintsa Performance’s founder Dr. Aki Hintsa, Annastiina Hintsa has witnessed the growth of the company over the past decade. After several years of working in top management consulting, in companies such as McKinsey & Company, she was thrilled to take a leadership position at Hintsa in 2016. Over the years, Annastiina has closely observed the challenges faced by top executives, and personally experienced the pressure related to leading teams in a global setting. In addition to holistic wellbeing and better organisational performance, Annastiina is passionate about long-distance running.

Speakers & Program

Petri Peltonen
Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Employment and the Economy
Terhi Hakala
Ambassador and Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of Finland to the United Nations Office in Geneva
Sijbrand de Jong
The 22nd President of the CERN Council
Markus Nordberg
CERN Head of Resources Development
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