Entitled “How building connectedness helps leaders navigate uncertainty – for themselves and their teams”, the session will examine how connectedness is key to growing the capabilities leaders and teams alike need amid new ways of working and heightened workplace uncertainty. The talk will demonstrate the practical actions that leaders and managers can take to achieve connectedness and boost teams’ resilience and performance.
The session, which will be led by Hemsley Fraser consultant Laura Walker and Learning Solutions Architect Abby Paterson, takes place from 3.15pm-4pm on Wednesday, September 13th, at etc.venues, Synergy 2, 133 Houndsditch, London, EC3A 7BX.
More information and event registration is available here.
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