We were told we need to prepare for the VUCA world, but we had no idea that we’ll be in the situation we are now. The pandemic has meant having to constantly change and adapt to new situations, new outcomes, new restrictions. And this all happened while as leaders, people looked up to us for guidance.
While it may seem that we have been through some part of it, the need to prepare for the future is still there. Join us in this evening masterclass where we look at what’s next and how to start getting prepared.
We will be discussing things like:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The masterclass is a great fit for those managing teams and businesses or looking to grow into a management position in the future.
ABOUT THE LECTURER
Mircea Țiplea is a Change Management Lecturer with over 20 years’ experience in management positions. He worked in Turnaround management as Chief Restructuring Officer. Since 2015 he is an executive search & leadership consultant, working on over 100 top management and non-executive director assignments for leading companies in Romania.
Working in different business environments, from multinational companies to private equity and consulting, Mircea used his experience to generate his own entrepreneurial projects, developing start-up projects in various industries, from hospitality to agriculture, energy, CSR and international forwarding industries.
He has built in-depth expertise in strategy, business transformation, leadership development and cultural change.
We will meet at BISM HQ at 7pm on 21 October for an offline discussion (pending regulation). If live events are prohibited on the day, the meeting will take place online and all registered participants will receive the link.
As per current regulations, all attendees should be vaccinated (with 10 days or over after the final vaccination scheme) or be between the 15th and 180th day after being infected with the virus. We ask all vaccinated attendees to have their certificates ready when joining the event.
When we meet offline we will be:
We regularly disinfect all common areas and want to make sure we can meet in a safe environment.
Access to the event is free and places are limited to 40 attendees, to comply with current regulation.