20 May 2021, 14:00 - 16:00
Many of the traits that have always been important for leaders — empathy, clarity, authenticity, and agility — are even more crucial during this time of uncertainty and upheaval. Leaders have been challenged to motivate high levels of performance, maintain connection, and foster a sense of belonging within their teams, when working in unprecedented pressure and in many cases when they cannot be in the same room together.
As we start to look beyond the current crisis, this webinar will explore the barriers and enablers to business recovery and growth, and implications for leadership. We will reflect on how new insights, technological advancements, and changes in the global economy during the past several months can be used to reimagine the workplace, and consequently the demand for leaders to work with their teams to upskill and find new ways to collaborate.
This webinar will offer the opportunity for participants to discuss their leadership experiences and challenges with peers and expand their networks. Participants can also take advantage of a follow up 1:1 with the workshop delivery team to reflect on their learning from the session and consider their further professional development needs.
Spaces are limited due to the interactive nature of the workshop. Once spaces are filled, please email email@example.com to be placed on a waiting list for a future session.
Sara Spear, Head of School of Management, ARU
Veronica Burke, Senior Lecturer Practitioner in Management and Finance, ARU