6 October, 11:00 (EDT), 16:00 (BST)
Companies around the globe find themselves in a much different place than they were at the beginning of the year. Strategic plans, forecasts, and profit objectives for a vast majority have been revised multiple times and likely bear remote resemblance to what they originally were.
As the marketplace attempts to stabilize itself, business executives are now challenged with repositioning organizations for a post-pandemic recovery. For those efforts to succeed, changes must be made and adopted to practice in real time. While leadership at the top is critical for needed direction, it’s no longer enough for needed transitions.
To succeed in the next industrial age, leadership must come from within the organization. Mid-level managers and frontline supervisors, positioned at the point of interface with the workforce, must have the people-oriented skills needed to gain buy-in and facilitate technology transitionsJoin us for this session as we discuss why frontline leadership is critical to success in the 4th industrial age and outline steps that can be taken to improve it.