Free Online Event with Sheila Heen on June 18th
Best Practices For Today’s New Realities
The GLSnext Event Series is designed to inspire your continued growth as you dive into sharpening your leadership skills throughout the year. During this unprecedented season, we are offering this event FREE OF CHARGE.
LIVE online Thursday, June 18th, 2020, learn from Harvard Law School faculty member and difficult negotiations specialist, Sheila Heen. Drawing from recent crisis learnings and 20+ years of helping some of the top executive teams and their global organizations successfully navigate change and uncertainty through her firm Triad Consulting, Sheila will provide you with practical tools and best practices to face today’s new realities.
Some of the questions Sheila will address include:
- What is the role of transparency and trust in uncertain times?
- How can top level leaders show up in the most honest way?
- How do group dynamics shift under stress, and what are best practices to navigate those shifts?
- How do I proactively manage confusion, tension and even conflict as we work together across space – and live together with too little space?
Get your questions ready for the Q&A discussion with Sheila Heen, hosted by returning GLS faculty, Danielle Strickland. This is a don’t–miss–event to equip and encourage you as you lead in this challenging season.
Time: 10:30am – 11:30am CDT (8:30am PT, 9:30am MT, 11:30am ET, 12:30pm AT)
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