Skills employers value during a crisis webinar

Summary

There is no doubt that the work environment and landscape has shifted dramatically in recent weeks. Many Chartered Accountants will have seen their roles change considerably as they play a key part in helping organisations to deal with the current challenges that have arisen so quickly.

Venue details:  
Webinar, , Webinar
Start date & time:  
25 March 2020 11:00
End date & time:  
25 March 2020 12:00
Price:  
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Speaker details
First nameLast name
Karin Lanigan

Description

Product type:  
CPD online course
Category:  
Leadership and personal effectiveness

There is no doubt that the work environment and landscape has shifted dramatically in recent weeks. Many Chartered Accountants will have seen their roles change considerably as they play a key part in helping organisations to deal with the current challenges that have arisen so quickly.

As roles and responsibilities have shifted so too will the skills required to be effective in this constantly evolving situation. As with all crises and challenges there are opportunities and one of these is to demonstrate how you can make a meaningful contribution to your organisation and exhibit the skills you possess that are relevant and effective at a time like this.

During this webinar we will explore the following:
  • The key skills that employers need and will value during a period of rapid change
  • How you can utilise your key skills to best effect
  • If there are gaps in your knowledge and expertise how can you quickly upskill to be more effective
  • Strategies to ensure that your contributions are recognised particularly in a situation where you might be working remotely
  • Dealing with change and how you can adapt and be effective
After this webinar you will have a better understanding of:
  • The skills employers value during challenging times
  • What skills you can utilise and leverage to make an impact
  • What you can do to create potential future career opportunities by utilising your skills to full effect.