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LIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
TUESDAY 18TH AUGUST AT 12:30PM
How are you navigating the path ahead for yourself, your team and your organisation?
How can you adapt as a leader to bolster the connection of a virtual workforce to organisational strategy and culture?
Riding the roller coaster experience of the current Covid-19 environment provides us with an opportunity to reflect on what it really means to be an adaptable and resilient organisation.
Eyeing off emerging opportunities? Embracing the silver linings? Finding new purpose that unites? Listening to, but not getting captured, by doomsday predictions and negativity? Imagine the prospect of adapting to build better, stronger and more connected workplaces as we move forward!
Tune in to a live panel webinar where we will explore the adaptations being considered and implemented by business leaders across various industries:
- Discover the priority topics on the board room agenda from an experienced Board Chair
- Learn how a regional port, through exploration of customer needs and alignment with own core competencies, managed to secure a significant new strategic business that will deliver major benefits for the region.
- Hear from an experienced Not-for-Profit sector CEO on connecting an upturned workforce to a new strategic direction.
- Pick up some practical tips and tools for adaptive leadership and planning for the unpredictable path ahead.
The live Webinar will be co-hosted by Jo Clancy (The Adaptability Factor) and Damien O’Malley (OMC Group) and we are excited about the diverse and dynamic contributions that our panel of leaders will make as they join us for what will be a really informative session.
This is a free event but please consider a voluntary donation to the Jobs and Food Rescue: COVID-19 community support from Give Where you Live. Since 1954, the Give Where You Live Foundation has been bringing together individual community donors, corporate supporters,and service delivery community partners to help achieve our mission which is to create long-term sustainable change for those suffering the effects of disadvantage.
The Foundation is one of the largest annual community grantmakers in the country but our focus is on long term impact. While we are known as grant makers, our aim is to be change-makers.