I’m excited. It’s Allianz’s 2020 Workers Compensation Virtual Seminar next week: November 10 -12, and I’m presenting. It’s for their clients but they said I can invite people and so… if you’re interested you’re welcome to come along.
I’m on Wednesday November 11 at 9:30am AEST (and there’ll be a recording). You can sign up for any or all sessions here.
Here’s the agenda:
- Tuesday November 10:
- Adapt and Thrive – A story of survival in the face of adversity – Gill Hicks, 2005 London train bombing survivor
- Wednesday November 11:
- Anticipate and plan for organisation mental health beyond COVID-19 (this is me)
- The changing nature of online bullying and harassment – the unseen impact of remote working
- Thursday November 12:
- Leadership during change and chaos
- Panel session: Emerging risk in a post-COVID landscape: Family Dynamics & Working From Home Environments
I’d love to see you there. Well, technically I won’t be able to see you, so let me know if you go and I hope you find it useful.
On the ‘hoping to provide something useful’ note, as a reminder, I’m moderating the @PsychScienceAlliance webinar next Thursday November 12.
Here are the details on that one.
Building the Dream Team in a Virtual World: Thursday 12 November, 10-11am AEST. Register at: https://bit.ly/3751Z0a
Together we’ll be considering how remote teams can work well. Specifically:
- What do teams of the future look like? How do you choose which team format is best for you?
- Of all the research done into what makes teams effective, what is particularly relevant for remote teams and their leaders?
- What are the challenges of working in hybrid and fully remote teams?
- What makes managing remote teams hard? Tips for leading remotely with confidence.
It’s my privilege to be moderating this expert panel of eminent work psychology experts:
- Keith Abbott, Director, Adlerian Consulting
- Andrew Beveridge, Founder & Psychologist, Leadership Today
- Gina McCredie, Principal Consultant & Organisational Psychologist, Impactful Work
Plus, it’s fun to be working with colleagues in this way.
Hope to see you twice next week!