Join Katrina Webb OAM MIML in Adelaide to discuss the topic ‘Effective Habits of Daily Leadership Life’.
With increased digitisation comes increased digital distraction. The use of new digital technologies and being ‘always online’ can often lead to a complex work culture as staff transition into a more digital way of working. Leaders must also restructure business processes to cope with digitisation, and as a result, work days can be busier than ever.
Meetings and emails can be time consuming unless run efficiently in this fast paced digital age, which means that leaders have less time to create, strategise, innovate and plan. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and a sense of a loss of control or paralysis can follow. What strategies can leaders implement to ignore the noise and focus on the essential leadership tasks ahead?
Katrina will draw from her experience as an elite athlete and professional businesswomen to demonstrate how leaders can use discipline to implement practical coping strategies into each working day.
This event includes lunch and refreshments.
Don’t miss this great event! Places are limited – book now.
Katrina Webb OAM MIML
Katrina Webb is recognised and acknowledged for her unique athleticism and outstanding success as a Paralympic athlete. She has won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in athletics at three Paralympic Games.
She was the first torchbearer to enter the Olympic Stadium for the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games and in 2006 Katrina was selected to present on behalf of the International Paralympic Committee to the United Nations in New York. In 2012 & 2016, Katrina was selected as a Paralympian Ambassador for the International Paralympic Committee at the London & Rio Paralympic Games.
Off the track Katrina is the Director of her own business Silver 2 Gold High Performance Solutions. As a qualified physiotherapist and a person who knows how to achieve gold medal results more than once, her business specializes in improving the performance and health of organisations, teams and individuals.
Venue: Pullman Adelaide
Venue Phone: (08) 8206 8888