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Online Masterclass - The 5 Keys to Remaining Resilient through Turbulent Transformation NEW

13 Jun Naeema Pasha
Event information
Date 13 June 2024
Time 10:00-12:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)
Price Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership *Up to 3 Places*
Venue Online
Event types:
Online masterclass

How do I book?

This event is exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership.

To book please contact your HR or Learning and Development team at your organisation.

Unsure who to contact? Please do not hesitate to contact us at thp@henley.ac.uk

Description

We are living in a time of turbulence and transformation, where we face a storm of challenges, from the global pandemic to the climate emergency, from the rising cost of living to the rapid advance of technology. We also need to tackle the deep-rooted inequalities and injustices that affect some people more than others, while keeping up with our work and wellbeing. According to a McKinsey Global Survey, (McKinsey Global Surveys, 2021: A year in review) 87 per cent of executives said that they were experiencing turbulence at a higher rate than they could manage. It’s a lot to handle, especially when we don’t know what the future holds or how to prepare for it.

So how can we stay resilient and thrive in such uncertain and changing times? This workshop will offer some tips and ideas on how to embrace change and uncertainty, and how to take care of ourselves and each other. Of course we need to be flexible, adaptable and open to new possibilities and opportunities, but we also need to look after our own wellness.

Using research conducted by Henley Business School on resilience, we will look at the key qualities in managing within change, turbulence and uncertainty.

Learning outcomes

This workshop will help you:

  • unpack some of the research on change and managing turbulence.
  • learn more about the five factors in resilience from research.
  • understand how you can learn from failures and successes, and experiment with tested solutions and approaches.
  • understand the practical applications and how to apply these in your daily life.

Who is this for

  • Leaders and managers who need to remain in charge and in control of themselves in times of change and stress.
  • Leaders and managers who want to understand the disruptive factors involved in change in organisations.
  • Leaders and managers who need to manage their own wellbeing, and the wellbeing of their team and others.

Dr Naeema Pasha

Naeema Pasha NEW

Dr Naeema Pasha is a leading expert in future of work; equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) leadership; and careers. She was previously the Director of Future of Work, Equity and Careers at Henley, where she established the World of Work Institute (WOW) to explore our future of work readiness. Naeema is now Associate Director of Research for MKAI – an AI consultancy firm, and was the EMEA Director of Behavioural Science at CoachHub, a tech scale-up. Naeema is also an associate of Philosophy at Work, a consultancy that helps organisations ‘think better and do better’ by applying philosophy to business.

Naeema has a background in behavioural science and business psychology to understand human drivers and responses to situations and environments. Her work focuses on combining three key concerns into one challenge: AI impact, human skilling and equity leadership. She has conducted research and consulting on topics including managing in change and uncertainty, the state of race equity in UK businesses, and GenZs at work.

She has written and spoken extensively for publications and media (including Wired, Forbes, The Voice, Stylist, Cosmopolitan, Raconteur, BBC and LBC) and is co-author of Futureproof Your Career: How to Lead and Succeed in a Changing World. She has also presented her work to the UK Parliament on Equity and Future of Work. Naeema was voted 11th in the Top 30 Global Thinkers by HR Magazine and one of the Top 50 Global AI Ethics Thinkers by IFPC–online.

*Up to 3 places per member organisation. 'Up to' indicates the maximum number per member organisation. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.

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