Webinar
Jul 16, 2020
10:30
11:30

Shifting Mindsets: Leading Teams in The New Normal

Let's face it, nobody can predict what form the immediate or even long term future may take, but there’s one thing we know for sure: if we’re going to adapt, we’re going to need the support of our teams and to do that we need to have great leaders who are holding the team's best interests at heart.

In order to take a step towards a successful and progressive new normal in which people are given the tools and resources they need to be healthy, creative, and safe, we have to start with the basics: put our people first.

If you’re a leader in your organisation, in this webinar you'll learn about the key actions you and your team will need to take when navigating the new normal and emerge stronger from these challenging times.

Why should I attend?

  • ● Key insights into the problems faced by SME organisation leaders during the new normal
  • ● Learn how companies empower their employees to solve challenges in the new normal
  • ● Tips on effectively managing on-ground & remote teams
  • ● Get access to digital tools that can help with flexible working during the new normal

Speakers:

  • ● Angie Seng, Head of Employee Experience at Digi
  • ● Nahulan Sreethararaj, Customer Success Lead at Digi-X
  • ● Idris Ashari, Product Manager at altHR

Digi's #BCDigitalisation Playbook

Here at Digi, we have always championed digitalisation at the core of what we do and have been tirelessly digitising many components of our business in order to better serve our customers in connecting them to what matters most. We find that most small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are keen to go digital and are aware of the need to digitalise most parts of their businesses, however have insufficient resources to get there.

As MDEC’s partner of 100GoDigital, we are initiating Digi’s #BCDigitalisation Playbook, a series of webinars to help prepare SMEs in adopting digital technology in their business operations while facing a once-in-a-generation shift due to the coronavirus pandemic and change of consumer behaviour.