The Covid-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented disruptions in business activities and changed radically how work is organised. We are forced to get ready for the New Normal that is here to stay.
How can companies and managers better prepare themselves to cope with the new challenges posed by the New Normal and reap its opportunities? Which leadership competencies are relevant and needed especially in this era? This learning session will address these questions and will offer insights for current and future leaders to better prepare themselves to lead in the New Normal.
This webinar will be held in collaboration with IESE Business School who are Patron members of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the UK. Following the presentation, you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you might have to the speaker.
Date: Thursday 25th February, 16:00-17:00 UK time / 17:00 – 18:00 mainland Spain time
About the speaker:
Yih-Teen Lee is Full Professor at IESE Business School. He specialises in leadership, cultural identities, leading multicultural teams and global collaboration in his roles as educator, researcher, and consultant. He is particularly passionate in the concept of balancing and its application in bridging cultural differences. His research in these themes has appeared in leading scientific journals such as Academy of Management Discoveries, Journal of Management, and Personnel Psychology. He teaches MBA, EMBA, Global EMBA and multiple programs in executive education including being the Academic Director of programs for UNDP, TDK, and Terumo.