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Programme Start Date



23, 24 & 25 May 2022

Delivery mode



Palazzo Buontalenti ,

Outside EUI premises

Tailored training

Programme Description

Europe is exposed to rapid, complex, and deep transformative trends. In many policy areas, we have entered crisis mode. Climate change and digital transformation in particular are massive game changers. The traditional way of making policy is and will be questioned by the nature of these challenges.

Therefore, in order to address these challenges, the European School of Administration (EuSA) is launching a prototype leadership programme, EU Leaders 3.0, for 12 mid- and senior-level managers of EU institutions and bodies and their teams.

The proposed leadership journey will be based on a diversity of learning experiences such as learning expeditions, leadership workshops, co-development groups and team coaching.

The STG is supporting EuSA in the programme design and specifically it will host the kick-off meeting in Florence on 23-25 May 2022. During this kick-off, the 12 managers will have the opportunity to:

  • start the learning journey with purpose and value
  • reflect on their goals for the whole programme
  • listen to the perspectives of the next generation by talking with the students of the STG's Master's programme
  • speak with a former minister (Prof. George Papacostantinou of the STG) and question him about key leadership traits and bringing innovation in crisis management
  • assess and identify key leadership competences
  • prepare for the second programme kick-off in Brussels with their teams.


The European School of Administration is leading this programme in partnership with the School of Transnational Governance (STG) of the EUI, the Danish Design Centre and the GreenHouse consortium.

If you are interested in working with us on a programme tailored to your organisation's needs, you can find more information here.

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