About the event
Re-imagining Leadership in a Post-Covid Context
About Dr Scott Andrews
Dr Scott Andrews is a Principal Lecturer in Leadership, a Chartered Manager of the CMI and the Deputy Head of Worcester Business School. In this capacity he meets many business leaders, has PhD students exploring futureproofing leadership themes and is part of the University of Worcester’s senior management team, who are also wrestling with the challenges of leadership in a changing paradigm.
This session invites you to reflect on the key challenges that have faced organisations over the past two years and to consider what leadership needs to look like in the forthcoming years as we emerge from the Covid pandemic. Issues of sustainability, advancing AI, hybrid and home-based working, and new digital communications have changed us and changed the way we think. Workplace priorities are changing. In a 2021 CMI survey of 2300 leaders, 72% stated that wellbeing was the top priority for their employees. The workplace too has changed, and so too does leadership need to change if we are to thrive in the post-pandemic context. This session explores some of these emerging themes that will undoubtedly challenge our thinking about leadership.
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About the University of Worcester Business School
Worcester Business School is an approved Chartered Management Institute Centre and a member of the Chartered Association of Business Schools, the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and the Network of International Business Schools (NIBS).
Rooted in the region, supporting business growth, and leading the employability agenda, Worcester Business School (incorporating the Department of Computing) is interdisciplinary and outward-looking. Our strong emphasis on business enterprise and work-related learning delivers immediate benefit for our graduates, their organisations, and the regional economy.