Prof. Konstantin Korotov European School of Management and Technology (ESMT), Germany2 Talks 1 Series
Konstantin Korotov has served as director of the European School of Management and Technology's Center for Leadership Development Research since August 2011 and is also an associate professor with tenure at ESMT. Prof. Korotov is also an executive coach and a research fellow with the INSEAD Global Leadership Center in... read moreFontainebleau, France, where he received his PhD in Management (Organizational Behavior). In addition to his academic work, he has over 15 years of practical Leadership Development experience in the US, Russia, UK, France, Portugal, Spain, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Italy, Germany, Uzbekistan, Latvia, Hong Kong, Brazil, and Argentina. Prof. Korotov currently conducts research on leadership development, leadership coaching, and executive education. His recent work is reflected in The Coaching Kaleidoscope: Insights from the Inside, a new book co-edited with Manfred Kets de Vries, Laura Guillen, and Elizabeth Florent-Treacy (Palgrave, 2010) that is a sequel to Coach and Couch: The Psychology of Making Better Leaders (with Kets de Vries and Florent-Treacy, Palgrave, 2007), as well as in book chapters and academic and practitioner articles on leadership development, and teaching materials for participants in executive educationprograms. Konstantin is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. Prof. Korotov consults companies worldwide on issues of leadership development, executive coaching, and mentoring. He is also a practicing leadership coach. He has held positions of Director of Professional Development for Ernst & Young (CIS), consultant for the Center for Business Skills Development (CBSD), and researcher at New York University.