Our theme for 2021 is 'Great Leaders Rise out of Adversity' - particularly pertinent given the challenges that leaders have had to tackle in recent months, namely COVID-19 and Brexit.THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT. PLEASE CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITING LIST. Thanks to our headline sponsor and global law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills. This conference is set to be another complete sell-out with world-class speakers, the 5th 'Pitch Perfect' virtual competition for a chance to win £4K for your business, and a chance to connect with a global audience!
Friday 12th March Agenda – 2:00pm – 4:15pm2:00pm: Welcome from Susan HayesCulleton, Host2:05pm: In Conversation with Nagin Cox, Systems Engineer, NASA 2:55pm: £4K Pitch Competition 3:15pm: In Conversation with Erin Brockovich4:05pm Closing Remarks4:15pm Event Close CPD - 4 Hours (Complete your event evaluation form to receive your CPD certificate)Key Learning Outcomes:• Consider whether diversity and inclusivity should be viewed as a commercial issue or opportunity• Debate whether the shift to home working and the rising use of technology to connect businesses has helped or hindered inclusion in the workplace• Define leadership, identify the characteristics of successful leaders and assess the effectiveness of different leadership styles.• Recognise the key features of a crisis, describe the ways in which a crisis can develop and escalate and devise effective responses.• Explain how the board can embed ethical practices in their business and describe the benefits and challenges of leading an environmentally and socially responsible organisation.• Describe how making connections and having influence in the wider business community can be of value to the organisation.
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