What does “good” Look Like? | Team Leadership in 2021

Join us for our Leadership webinar lead by Joydeep Hor (a speaker at our International Conference)

This presentation will discuss how to ascertain what “good” looks like post 2020, and will cover topics such as hybrid working and performance management. This leadership webinar includes valuable insights for team leaders. Leaders and managers are required to navigate through uncertainty as the new normal. It’s critical now, more than ever, that they lead in drastically different ways than they ever have before. As they now navigate the fallout from COVID-19, they will be tested by situations for which processes do not exist, in which there is no such thing as “business as usual.”

Joydeep Hor is the People + Culture Strategies Founder and Managing Principal. He is one of Australia’s most well-known workplace relations lawyers.

Date: Tuesday 23 March
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am (AEST). Please check your local time.
Venue:  Online webinar
Cost:  FREE to members (log-in), $35 for non-members


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Click the registration button on the right hand side of this page. You will receive a confirmation email from Educate Plus.

At the top of that email please find the zoom link for the online webinar.

*Please note, you will not be able to register for FREE unless you are logged into the site as a member.



Joydeep Hor, Founder & Managing Principal, People and Culture, joydeep.hor@peopleculture.com.au

Joydeep is a Graduate of Harvard Business School’s Owner-President Management Program and one of Australia’s most high-profile lawyers and legal entrepreneurs. He has authored 12 separate books on people management law and strategy and regularly appears on Australian television as an expert commentator in his field. He has spoken at countless international conferences as one of Australia’s leading authorities on workplace culture, people management and sexual harassment and advises the most significant Australian private sector employers on the most sensitive workplace issues.