Caburn Hope’s Director, Christopher Andrew will be speaking at The Economist’s forthcoming Future of Work event.
Taking place on Tuesday 21st June at the The Montcalm Hotel, London, he will be one of the key panellists for a session on leadership communication.
Apart from a focus on performance management, modern managers need to have the confidence, and be equipped with the tools, to influence employee behaviours. Only then will leaders create a culture of enablement and deliver real value to the business. But leaders often lack the know-how, time and skills required to communicate effectively. As a result, companies are rethinking the emotional intelligence of their senior leadership to attract and retain the most talented individuals.
How can communication affect the workplace of the future? How should managers adopt communication channels to suit demographic shifts in their workforce? Is the ‘people department’ doing enough to shape leadership and their organisation’s culture?
Chaired by the Editor of The Economist Andrew Palmer, Chris will be joined by Prague Leadership Institute, CEB (Melcrum) and the London Business School. Other speakers on the day include: Francine Katsoudas, CPO, Cisco, Ashok Vaswani, CEO, Barclays UK, Denise Haylor, CHRO, Philips, and many, many more. A must-see event for HR Directors and decision makers!
To see the full agenda and book your ticket now, please click here. We hope to see you there!