Leading Lancashire: A Leader’s guide to surviving chaos – 6 November 2019, UCLan Burnley

In an ever-changing world of ambiguity, uncertainty, and volatility, how can we take control, lead, and ultimately survive?

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Leading Lancashire is part-funded by the European Social Fund. The programme enables people to develop their leadership and management skills through training, coaching and support.

A Leader’s Guide to Surviving Chaos

In an ever-changing world of ambiguity, uncertainty, and volatility, how can we take control, lead, and ultimately survive? This one-day session combines academic insights with peer learning and self-reflection.

The workshop is for leaders and aspiring leaders who want to make better business decisions and stay resourceful. You will be introduced to powerful tools and techniques, together with the opportunity for networking with like-minded individuals from businesses across Lancashire.

Lunch and refreshments are included.

For further information on the programme please contact Ellen Dobson: Telephone: 01772 894364 or email Leading@uclan.ac.uk

Please visit the Eventbrite page for full details and to book your free place: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/leading-lancashire-programme-a-leaders-guide-to-surviving-chaos-tickets-77997724293

Event date: Wednesday 6 November 2019, 10am – 2.30pm

Event location: Victoria Mill, UCLan Burnley Campus, Trafalgar Street, Burnley, BB11 1RA

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