Competence transfer professionally and privately: agile action for a better work/life balance

08
Jun
HAG Event – powered by Henley Business School

Competence transfer professionally and privately: agile action for a better work/life balance

Competence transfer professionally and privately: agile action for a better work/life balance

HAG Event – powered by Henley Business School

About this event

German companies are increasingly falling behind in international rankings for innovation, market dominance and speed. The causes are often to be found in leadership and corporate culture. But how do we develop them further? How do we become more resilient, faster and more innovative as an organisation?

One of the necessary foundations are good soft skills of all employees as well as the low-threshold, self-effective introduction of agile methods. How can organisations and employees at all levels acquire these skills and methods in the short term, especially at a time when companies are cancelling training courses by the dozen? One key lies in the transfer of skills.

Agile action is not only crucial in the professional environment, but also enables practical organisation of private life. It is the same the other way around. Private and family life require organisational skills that can benefit professional life. Companies that skilfully respond to a family-friendly or community-oriented environment often have a more efficient and stress-resistant workforce.

This Henley Alumni session explores and discusses agile action in a new light. We will look at family and interpersonal skills, agile methodologies and tools, and discuss how to successfully transfer skills between personal and professional life. And how it can help to achieve the social and economic goals of a modern society while increasing inner satisfaction and personal meaning.

Please note that the event will take place in German. Register via eventbrite by clicking here.

 

Schedule:

18.30 Welcome

18.45 Thematic session, Speaker Christian Eineder

19.00 Buffer / Q&A

19.10 Thematic session, Speaker Konstantin Prinz

19.25 Buffer / Q&A

19.35 Panel Discussion

20.00 Close

 

Speakers:

Christian Eineder, easyfaM

Konstantin F. Prinz, Dei Laghi Advisory

Facilitated by: Christoph Raudonat, Director, Henley Business School in Germany
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HAG Event powered by Henley Business School
Attendance mode:Online
Status:Scheduled
Starts at: Tue, 08 Jun 2021 18:30
Duration: 90 minutes
Language: de
Price: €0.00
Price range: €0.00 - €0.00
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