This webinar entitled: ‘Embracing V.U.C.A. (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity & Ambiguity) to get ahead of Change’ is designed to help organisations and individuals gain the mental preparedness needed for the future world of work. In fact, VUCA times have pre-existed and are likely to outlive the current COVID-19 crisis so let’s get smarter at anticipating and coping with unpredictable change.
Delivered as a 1-hour interactive webinar, the focus is on helping participants to
- Understand why certainty can pose a bigger threat to progress than uncertainty.
- Learn how to leverage V.U.C.A. through a set of over-lapping responses.
- Discover what thinking strategies help critically engage employee’s for future change and uncertainty.
This webinar has been particularly tailored for companies in the SME manufacturing and aviation sectors.
Funded under Skillnet Ireland’s ReBound initiative, which has been introduced to guide SME owners and managers to navigate a secure recovery from the impact of COVID-19, it is being offered free of charge to participants.
This online webinar (with free VUCA workbook and follow-up feedback) will be delivered by Fiona Fennell.
Fiona is the Founder of and Lead Consultant with Think4Purpose. She supports scientists and engineers to think better together for interdisciplinary work. Fiona designed and delivered a Problem-based Learning programme for validation engineers and facilitates workshops that empower teamwork and improve critical/creative thinking and professional/communication skills. She has a Masters in Innovation from the National Centre for Quality Management, University of Limerick and a 20+ year career in supporting the competencies and careers of STEM professionals in MedTech, pharma. & IT&T. Fiona writes regularly on topics relating to risk and resilience – see www.think4purpose.com
This webinar is Free of Charge.
Please register online to secure your place.
The link to join the online session will shared with all registrants 24 hours before scheduled time.
Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
For further information please visit www.skillnetireland.ie