Making Virtual Work is an interactive virtual workshop designed to support you to lead yourself and others virtually. Now that we are all working and managing others remotely this brings up many new things to navigate, with our own leadership, how we lead our teams and how we lead our businesses effectively.
Join us at our 3rd session of FWA Exchange – Making Virtual Work with Carla Henry, Managing Director of BRIDGE Partnership, who will be sharing ideas on how to manage:
- Yourself: Designing your day for well-being and productivity and helping your teams do the same
- Your team: Creating meaningful connections with team members in the absence of the micro-moments of connection we are used to in the office
- Your business: Diagnosing what sort of phase your business is in and therefore what sort of leadership your business and teams might most need now from you
12:25 pm Registration
12:30 pm Welcome by FWA
12.35 pm Interactive Virtual Session by Carla Henry, Managing Director of BRIDGE Partnership
13.40 pm Closing
13:45 pm Event Ends
Registered participants will receive the link for the Zoom meeting one day before the event.
About the Speaker:
Managing Director of BRIDGE Partnership
Carla is an experienced organisational development consultant and business psychologist. She brings a blend of consulting, psychology, coaching and facilitation to her work and balances head and heart in all she does.
She believes in creating purpose-led, human organisations that are inspiring places for employees to thrive, grow and create great business impact. Prior to joining BRIDGE in Singapore, she worked for many well-known global organisations in both consulting and in-house OD roles including PwC, Unisys, BT Global Services, SABMiller and Vodafone.
She has lived and worked in Singapore for 9 years and has worked across the region and globally on a range of engagements in FMCG, Financial Services and Insurance sectors including working with organisations such as HSBC, Prudential, AXA, Eastspring, Kelloggs, Mondelez, BP, Inchcape, Dyson to name a few.
She graduated from Brunel University, West London with a 2:1 (Hons) in Psychology. She is also a trained Co-Active Coach (CTI UK.), member of the British Psychological Society, the International Coach Federation and a founding member of the Division of Coaching Psychology (BPS-UK).
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