Innovative. Agile. Resilient. Bold. Business and marketing leaders embrace these terms, but how are they embedding these qualities and behaviors in themselves and their organizations? Especially now, when the rapid pace of disruption and transformation has been further accelerated by Covid-19, economic uncertainty, environmental concerns, social unrest and divisiveness, why are some leaders rallying and others reeling? Tony Schwartz, CEO of The Energy Project and author of “The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working” will present strategies to fuel the best of who you are. He will share how energizing yourself and your organization at this critical juncture can shape a better future.
The talk will be followed by a live chat with The Drum CEO and co-founder Diane Young. Get ready to get fuel better!
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