Compassionate and Courageous Leadership during times of uncertainty
Learn how to lead with compassion and courage in times of uncertainty and how to build a more “human” workplace
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We live in a world of crisis. Whether it is because of the coronavirus outbreak, political elections, or an economic downturn, societies are becoming fractured and people are increasingly anxious and isolated. This applies to our workplaces too, which have become transactional and dehumanized. People are so preoccupied with their own tasks and ‘to-do’ lists that they are no longer capable to care for themselves or others.
However, when we take time to connect and have the courage to disclose our struggles to our colleagues, our work relationships profoundly deepen, teams become more efficient and organizations are better for it. Compassion and courage are values that are often overlooked at work but are actually crucial to a business’s success, particularly in times of crisis.
Join this 45-minute session with Dr. Amy Bradley to learn how to lead with compassion and courage in times of uncertainty and how to build a more “human” workplace, with individual well-being and engagement at the center, in order to develop a more inclusive and sustainable organization.
What you will learn
Lead with compassion and courage
Build a more "human" workplace
How to develop a more inclusive and sustainable organization
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Our expert speaker: Dr. Amy Bradley
Dr. Amy Bradley is a Hult professor who teaches on undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral and executive education programs. Amy is particularly interested in compassion at work, specifically how crucible experiences in our personal lives, such as bereavement or critical illness, shape who we are and how we lead. In 2020, she made it onto the prestigious Thinkers50 Radar list of global management thinkers. Her research has been published in academic and practitioner publications including Harvard Business Review, Forbes Magazine, and Management Today, and in the press, including BBC online and The Guardian. Her new book, The Human Moment has been longlisted for CMI's Management Book of the Year 2020. In it, she argues that organizations must find ways of being more compassionate in an age where our work is becoming increasingly dehumanized.
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