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May 6 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

LHoFT Webinar – Critical Leadership skills in uncertain times : From managing your team efficiently to better decision-making


Critical Leadership skills in uncertain times: From managing your team efficiently to better decision-making 

In a time of crisis, unprecedented changes can affect your and your team’s emotional and physical well-being impacting the functioning of your startup or SME.

With Marion, international speaker on Leadership, current advisor on Crisis Management, and former SVP Competency Management at Telecom Germany, you will learn how to proactively take action on those missing clues and turn yourself, your team, and firm around in the midst of adversity.

Learning outcomes:

  •      Being able to take sustainable and faster decisions privately and publicly
  •      Being more attuned to your teams’ needs
  •      Being psychologically more resilient and remaining healthy overall

Dr. Marion Bourgeois has 20 years of executive and leadership experience in IT, Marketing, Strategy, and Human Resources through her advisory ventures and as former SVP Competency Management at Telekom Germany. Marion’s empathetic style and practical experience enable clients to achieve sustainable high performance in complex business situations. She is an experienced Crisis and Change Management Adviser and serves as Associate Professor at the Luxembourg School of Business.

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