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Sustainable Leadership Practices to Lead Change in the New Decade
When sustainable leadership prevails, organisations and people prosper. The rise of the robots and AI automation is on its way and will have profound effects on what and how life and work gets done. The good news is Leadership cannot be replicated by machines. This series finale is for everyone who has recently taken on added responsibilities, been preparing for a career transition, promoted or have years of work experience but not formally guided in management and leadership skills.

In this session, you’ll discover:

- How to identify a leader in your organisation and create sustainable leadership practices to communicate change in the new decade
- How large corporations can transform their operational managers to strategic thinker
- How to close the capability gaps of your leader to capture key regional opportunities during these uncertain times

Join Dr Kevyn Yong, Chief Learning Officer, Singapore Institute of Management and his special guests Mr Seah Chin Siong, President & CEO, Singapore Institute of Management and Mr Ng Tian Chong, Managing Director, Greater Asia at HP, as they share their insights on the ever evolving role of a leader, the value they can bring to the ecosystem and the importance of upskilling to be prepared for the challenging environment. The session is hosted by Mr Graham Brown, CEO & Founder, Pikkal & Co - B2B Podcast Agency.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Developed for leaders, senior executives and anyone feeling tremendous pressure to maintain high levels of performance despite the current challenging business climate and for anyone that would benefit from practical skills to help them navigate through these uncertain times.

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Aug 5, 2020 03:30 PM in Singapore

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