Post-Pandemic Healthy Leadership - Where Do We Need to Go? What Have We Learnt?
|Date||27 May 2021|
|Time||13:00-14:30 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
Many spoke about a crisis of leadership before the pandemic. The pandemic made us see known leadership practices thrive or falter. Organisations had to tap into novel leadership practices at pace and at large. Now is the time to consider what is next for Post-Pandemic Healthy Leadership. Shall leadership go back to the familiar pre-pandemic approach? Which of the novel and re-discovered leadership practices from the pandemic should we treasure or definitely forget?
In this accelerator lab webinar, we take the opportunity and ask even bolder questions: What should be markers of leadership quality in organizations overall? We need to revisit what impact day-to-day leadership should really have on individuals, teams, organisations and society overall. Finally, has leadership development helped or hindered organisations response to the pandemic? If not now, when is the right time to push this?
This webinar will be held on 27 May 2021, 1:00pm. To sign up for this webinar, register here.
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