WEBINAR: Business Resilience – Leadership and Remote Teamwork - A Response to COVID-19

  • Fri 3 Apr 20

    09:00 - 11:00

  • Online

  • Event type

    Workshops, training and support
    Business Resilience

  • Event organiser

    Research and Enterprise Office

  • Contact details

    University Enterprise Zone

This webinar will provide information, advice and guidance for business leaders to help them support and manage their staff during this difficult period.

Delivered by James Fowler, Lecturer in Management at Essex Business School, we will consider how leaders manage their teams in difficult times. James will be joined by Ian Carroll, from Solutioneers, who will give top hints and tips on managing remote teams and remote contractors.

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About this Event

Created and led by the University of Essex Enterprise Zone, the Business Resilience Programme is designed to help micro businesses and SME’s, from across Essex, respond to the current challenges they are likely facing and give expert advice on things to consider during this time.

The Session

08:00 – 09:00 – James Fowler, Lecturer in Management, Essex Business School
09:00 – 09:20 – Ian Carrol, Founder of Solutioneers
09:20 – 10:00 Q&A with the Hosts

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The Speakers

James Fowler
James joined the University of Essex in 2019 as a Lecturer in Management. He was previously an associate Lecturer at the University of York and a regular Officer in the Armed Forces where he held a series of appointments in the Educational and Training Services branch.

His mainstream teaching work covered modules on management and leadership, military analysis of strategy, international relations and cognitive bias. Other related work included the design of and audit courses for the Royal Engineers and for some foreign Armed Forces. He also had significant engagement with language teaching in the UK and the Middle East, serving as head of the language wing at the Defence College of Intelligence and Security.

Ian Carroll – Bio – Coming Soon

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The event organiser will contact you with a Zoom link shortly after you book your space.