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The future of leadership: Unlocking success in the digital revolution

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Modern HR leaders must possess a unique combination of skills, creativity, and intuition in order to succeed in a world where the pandemic and economic downturn have resulted in significant shifts, including hybrid and remote work, digital transformation, and employee burnout. Coursera recently surveyed 400 people-managers in the UK and the rest of Europe to […]

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Modern HR leaders must possess a unique combination of skills, creativity, and intuition in order to succeed in a world where the pandemic and economic downturn have resulted in significant shifts, including hybrid and remote work, digital transformation, and employee burnout.

Coursera recently surveyed 400 people-managers in the UK and the rest of Europe to examine modern leadership styles and the skills required to be an effective leader. During this panel discussion, our panelists will draw on the study’s insights and discuss how you can ensure that your organisation, team, and individuals are equipped with all the relevant leadership skills.

Join this exclusive Coursera and HRD Connect webinar, as we:

  • Discuss how modern leaders can navigate through economic uncertainty, tech disruption and the digital revolution.
  • Explore if hybrid, in-person, or remote is the new normal.
  • Examine the new expectations, demands and skills for leading organizations, teams and oneself.

Register here!

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