ISC Executive Roundtable -The Changing Role Of A Leader - Sponsored by Clyde and Co
April 28, 2021 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
As we find ourselves still living through the pandemic - a year on, we continue to face new challenges both in our personal and professional lives. Our leadership roles have shifted, and as a result, there is a need for us to adapt and learn more about these new changes.
A Deloitte survey found that 77% of professionals have experienced burnout. Further studies would suggest that females in ‘Superwoman’ archetype are up to 67% more likely to experience burnout than their male counterparts. Jane Kennedy (executive coach and leadership consultant) will be talking us through what this might look like and how to avoid ‘burnout’. We will also be joined by experts in D&O and Employment, who will talk to the current impact on D&O and Employment type claims.
Following on from our Health and Mental Wellbeing roundtable presented in October 2020, this discussion will focus on you as a leader and what affect the pandemic has or perhaps will have on you in your role. Our roundtable will help to identify some of the unique challenges you might be facing and will seek to provide forward looking ideas, that might assist you in your process of adapting to change and learning new skills for future leadership progression.
This roundtable will address: •The unique challenges presented by coronavirus more specifically to leaders
•What effect the pandemic has had on claims from a D&O and Employment perspective Speakers: •Karen Boto, Clyde & Co •Laura Cooke, Clyde & Co •Charles Urquhart, Clyde & Co •Jane Kennedy, Executive Coach and Leadership Consultant •Jennette Newman, Clyde & Co (Chair)