Graham Ward

Graham Ward serves as an Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behaviour at INSEAD. Graham’s expertise is in transformational leadership, high performance teams, group dynamics, team dysfunction and change.

Graham consults around the psychology of leadership, the application of fair process in teams, sustainable relationship building and developing high performance teams and culture in organizational life. He is a trained executive coach and works with both individuals and teams in this capacity, generally at EXCOM level. He is also Adjunct Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD Business School in France and is the academic director of a number executive programs. He has worked as visiting faculty at the Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden, Moscow Higher School of Economics and ESMT in Berlin.

Graham spent more than 17 years at Goldman Sachs (GS), a US investment bank, both as a business leader for nine years and latterly spearheading an initiative to introduce a Global Leadership Development office that he led for three years. Graham received a PhD from the Economics Faculty of Vrije University in Amsterdam in 2014 and holds an MSc and Diploma in Clinical Organizational Psychology from HEC/INSEAD. In 1994 he received a Diploma in Investment Management from London Business School.