Webinar - Leading in Uncertainty: The Strength of Compassion
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What is compassionate leadership and how can it equip you to successfully navigate a crisis? What is the benefit to you and what can it bring to your team?
Join our webinar, 'Leading in Uncertainty: The Strength of Compassion', on Thursday 18th June 2020 to gain practical guidance rooted in academic study that you can implement in your leadership practice now.
“Leaders who use moments of adversity to find new and creative ways to achieve goals are more successful, more often.”
The pressures of working in isolation, closing your screen after a call and feeling dislocated and disconnected are common experiences. Compassionate leadership enables you to harness the shared experience of successfully navigating uncertainty to build stronger more resilient teams. As we move through this crisis, emotionally smart skills are key for organisations to not only increase productivity but are also essential in strengthening your culture for years to come.
Attend this webinar, led by Professor Ben Laker to;
- Advance your understanding of leadership strategy
- Learn practical tips from a globally renowned academic in leadership
- Take the opportunity to have your questions answered in an interactive Q&A.
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Ben Laker is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School. He is a globally renowned scholar and outstanding university educator who provides academic direction and leadership to research, executive development and education within the subject area of leadership at Henley Business School.His scholarly output appears in world class academic and practitioner journals, informs government policy and shapes how thousands of organisations around the world are managed and led. He is retained by the BBC, Bloomberg and Sky News to provide expert commentary on Business, Economic and Political affairs.