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How will you look as a leader 18 months from now?

April 28, 2020
Borderless Leadership

We are all taking a different view of the world than we did just a few months ago. Your people are about to decide whether you are the leader they are prepared to trust and follow from here on; here’s a clue – being managerially proficient will no longer be enough!

How you respond to people’s concerns for their health and well-being and ‘is there a job to go back to’, will confirm you as a leader…..or not.

Our expert guests, executives in strategy, leadership and people, predict that the chemical value chain will remain in crisis for the next 18 months as each world region re-emerges at its own disjointed pace.

May 06 at 2pm CET on Borderless Live we will assess our disrupted world, discuss what our people will need from us as leaders and what we can do to secure their engagement.

Please join us on for a thought-provoking conversation.

Guests:
Fred du Plessis, Former Head of Strategy SABIC | SASOL | INSEAD
William Zhao, China Country Chair TOTAL | formerly SABIC | AUROREAN
Betina Rama, Lead Executive Coach INSEAD | formerly PROCTER & GAMBLE

Register now: https://borderless.net/borderless-live

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