Understanding the road ahead and leading amidst the new normal
FREE VIRTUAL EVENT Thursday 28th May 2020
Our original March 2020 COVID-19 study showed the impacts have been felt in almost every aspect of everyday life – from how we participate in community to how we shop, work, travel, exercise, connect and engage. This May study has taken another pulse of Australians and based on the experiences and perspectives of the community, plots a path out of the crisis.
During these times of great of change, people look for confidence, direction, and a sense of where things are at from leaders.
Join us for this short webinar where you’ll hear the insights from this latest round of research about how Australians have responded and changed due to COVID-19. We will also look at what this means for a different future and how we can best respond and lead in a ‘new normal’.
Research insights: How Australians have been changed by COVID-19 Sophie Renton - Research Director at McCrindle
To understand how Australians have responded to the impact of COVID-19, McCrindle and Cint have conducted another survey of Australian sentiment, attitudes and behaviours. In this session Sophie Renton will share the key findings from this research and benchmark them against the first round of research to show how Australians have responded.
Leadership in the ‘new normal’: The implications for leaders, teams and communities Mark McCrindle - Demographer & Principal at McCrindle
With the impacts of COVID-19 extending into the various spheres of life, this one-hour live session will equip leaders and organisations with an understanding of what the future will look like. From changing the way we live to the way we work, lead, motivate and communicate, this session will help leaders and organisations understand and navigate the implications of COVID-19 for a ‘new normal’.
Thu, May 28, 2020 · 11:00 AM
Sydney (GMT +10:00)
Research insights: How Australians have been changed by COVID-19
Leadership in the ‘new normal’: The implications for leaders, teams and communities