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Time to Be Brave, Bold and Vulnerable

As many countries move closer towards the easing of lockdown measures, business leaders are assessing how the commercial landscape has changed and what this means for their operating models over the next 12 to 18 months.

Emma Carroll examines how they have responded by empowering their people to act with agility and speed.

Featuring commentary from:

Paula Dowdy, SVP & General Manager, EMEA, Illumina: It’s been a great way to see some natural leadership rise up through the organisation and then support that.
Nicole Knott, Managing Director & HR Consulting Lead, UK&I, Accenture: This is a journey that many businesses have been on for some time, but the pandemic has forced the conversation as there really wasn’t another way of working.
Jim Lightfoot, President and CEO, Intergen: Emergencies are always the best way to see an organisation work well together – politics and processes that don’t work effectively are put to one side.
Ken McMeiken, CEO, Moto: There are times as a leader when you need to be a cheerleader, whose whole focus and energy is on supporting people.
Jerzy Nagorski, Relationship Manager, Criticaleye: Even some businesses and industries that have dismissed home working as too risky in the past have had to act quickly to get the right safeguards in place.
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Emma Carroll
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