Investing in Leaders

Leaders are under tremendous pressure during times of crisis to keep the business on track, engage their employees, and deliver results. But they are also being stretched in new ways and may not have the skills and experience to know how to make it all happen. So, how do you invest in your leaders and provide them with the right guidance, tools, and resources to be successful in the future of work?

In this quick webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Make sure you’re setting your leaders up for success by challenging your own thinking.
  • Clarify the expectations you have of your leaders, and where you are going as an organization.
  • Encourage leaders to change their behaviors to match the future direction of your company.

About the presenters

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Adina Bernstein

Adina is a Principal at Daggerwing Group where she has worked with both small and midsized businesses as well as large global organizations across a variety of industries, such as consumer goods, healthcare & pharmaceutical, food & beverage, and transportation & logistics. Adina partners with her clients on organization and functional transformations, and specifically helps to articulate roles and responsibilities, define core processes and ways of working within and across teams/departments and establish a governance structure that supports the new organization. She advises on the strategic communications needed to not only keep leaders and employees informed along the way, but also to engage and involve them in the journey. 

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Chris Thornton

Chris Thornton is a Principal at Daggerwing Group where he works with companies to improve employee engagement by successfully executing strategic communication and change programs. In his previous experience, he led the internal communications function at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the global technology communications team at Pfizer. However, he’s most known for his skills in the kitchen. Chris and his wife were featured in the New York Times for their love of pie.

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