Leading Out of Lockdown

Date:05/05/2021 (09:30 - 11:00)

Status:ACTIVE | 5 or more places remaining

Member Rate: Free

Location:
Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce
Delivered Online
Midlothian

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Join us for this highly interactive event which aims to help business leaders and entrepreneurs lead out of lockdown. NED, Executive Coach and former BBC executive, Atholl Duncan shares the insights from his book “Leaders in Lockdown”, which followed 28 global business leaders through the pandemic. He encourages participants to pause and reflect on what they learnt from the events of the last year; consider how it has changed them as leaders; and he shares what he believes is needed to be successful in the next phase of COVID. 
 
What will you learn?
  • Examples of leading in a crisis from the first-hand accounts of global business leaders.
  • Insights into how the world will change because of what we have all been through.
  • How to re-set business and leadership mind-set to tackle the challenges of the next phase of COVID as vaccines soar and the economy begins to open up.
About our Speaker
Atholl Duncan is a Non-Executive Director and Executive Coach. He is chair of leadership consultancy firm Black Isle Group; he chairs Scottish Salmon; and he is chair of UK Coaching. He is also a board member at the Filmhouse cinemas.  Atholl is a former executive with the BBC. He was Head of News and Current Affairs at BBC Scotland between 2007 and 2011 and an executive director at ICAS from 2011 to 2018. . He trained as an executive coach at Insead and also studied leadership at Harvard. His book “Leaders in Lockdown” is shortlisted for business book of the year.

 


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