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Please note that we are offering this workshop on two different dates – 30 July 2020 and 6 August 2020.

The impacts of the Coronavirus have resulted in uncertainty and rapid changes to ways of working, placing extra pressure on leaders.

This interactive workshop is an opportunity to explore some practical strategies for leading your team through uncertainty and change, including:

  • Seeing your leadership role as not just getting through the work, but mobilising and supporting others;
  • Understanding stress and emotions, including causes of stress and dealing with emotions in self and others; and
  • Supporting teams to work effectively despite uncertainties.
Location

Program will be held via webinar.

Presenter
Professor Amanda Sinclair

Professor Amanda Sinclair

Amanda Sinclair is an author, researcher and teacher in leadership, change, gender and diversity. Currently a Professorial Fellow, Amanda held the Foundation Chair of Management (Diversity and Change) at Melbourne Business School, 1995 – 2012. Amanda has over 30 years teaching and facilitating in the areas of organisational change, diversity and leadership with a wide range of managers and leaders, including those who work in high risk/trauma/emergency services contexts. Much of Amanda’s recent work has focused on bringing insights and evidence from meditative traditions, mindfulness and neuro-scientific research, to enhancing leadership in corporate, community, medical and hospital, government and other settings. 

Presenter
Professor Amanda Sinclair

Professor Amanda Sinclair

Amanda Sinclair is an author, researcher and teacher in leadership, change, gender and diversity. Currently a Professorial Fellow, Amanda held the Foundation Chair of Management (Diversity and Change) at Melbourne Business School, 1995 – 2012. Amanda has over 30 years teaching and facilitating in the areas of organisational change, diversity and leadership with a wide range of managers and leaders, including those who work in high risk/trauma/emergency services contexts. Much of Amanda’s recent work has focused on bringing insights and evidence from meditative traditions, mindfulness and neuro-scientific research, to enhancing leadership in corporate, community, medical and hospital, government and other settings.