Webinar: Leading & Motivating in a Crisis
Live Webinar: Leading & Motivating in a Crisis
With Ass. Professor, Gabrielle Adams (US)
We are in the middle of a dramatic change in our working habits. Maintaining motivation and enthusiasm can be difficult, when you don’t know what the future looks like for your organization, your team and your own function. And for many leaders it is only making things more complex when you have to lead remotely – and thereby missing the power of physical presence and group dynamics.
During this 30 minutes webinar, Ass. Professor, Gabrielle Adams, will share her perspectives on how leaders must address this challenge.
With her deep seated knowledge of psychological mechanisms, she will share her insights on how you keep your teams and employees motivated and focused on your organizational mission.
Who is Gabrielle Adams
Gabrielle is assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour and teaches executive courses at University of Virginia (US). She holds a Phd from Stanford and has previously been teaching at London Business School and Harvard Business School. Gabrielle’s expertise is within leadership, power and organizational politics; interpersonal and group dynamics. At AVT Business School she teaches the course “Leading Organizational Change” on the Executive CBA Strategy, Innovation & Growth.
Attendance for this webinar is free of charge.
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