SKILLS SESSION: Renaissance Ready Leadership - How to Prepare Your People & Culture to Embrace a New World of Opportunity Post-Covid, with Philosophy at Work

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‘Post Pandemic’ 2021 will undoubtedly be a time of transition as the luxury sector takes full advantage of the incredible digital gains of the past year, and truly capitalises on the opportunities for the ‘great reset’ that lie ahead. Many commentators predict that we will see a revival of ‘the roaring 20s’: a decade of growth, transformation and fresh opportunity – a renaissance of not just arts and culture, but for businesses and their people.

But how do you prepare for this upcoming ‘renaissance’? What skills do leaders need? What will the future of work look like? And how do you empower your teams to create a mindset and culture to embrace this new world of opportunity?

Join Dr. Brennan Jacoby, the philosopher and founder of Philosophy at Work and Ian Hardie, VP Learning & Development at Sephora, for an exploration of practical and positive best practice as they share insights gleaned from the last 12-months, and shed light on what businesses can do to help position their people and culture to be ready for what comes next. This session is for members only and will be in a workshop format, so you will have the opportunity to ask questions direct to the panel as part of the Q&A.

Ian Hardie

Ian joined Sephora in March 2017 from LVMH where he was Group Training and European HR Director, running LVMH House, a Corporate University focused on the development of the Luxury Group’s top talent.

Brennan Jacoby

Dr. Brennan Jacoby is a philosopher and the founder of Philosophy at Work, an organisation helping businesses cultivate the analytical and adaptive mindset needed to function at their best. Brennan holds a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D in philosophy, and his doctoral work analysed trust in the context of interpersonal relationships and corporate character.

Charlotte Keesing

Charlotte Keesing is a Director at Walpole with responsibility for Corporate Affairs & International working closely with the CEO across numerous business activities.

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