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Webinar: Adopting an Antifragile Approach
2020-06-05 @ 13:00 - 14:00
AustCham Lao invites you to join a webinar « Adopting an Antifragile Approach » on Friday 22 May at 1.00pm – 2.00pm
About the Event :
Systems under pressure typically can react in three ways. They can be fragile and break or fail. They can be robust and resist change. Or they can be anti fragile and absorb change and rebound stronger for it. Antifragile cultures and leaders will take COVID-19 and strengthen their business as a direct result of the experience.
In this webinar we’d explore;
* What is antifragility and the signs/characteristics of an antifragile approach
* Examples of antifragility in our world
* How we can encourage a mindset of antifragility and come out mentally stronger
* Team approaches to becoming more antifragile
About Darren Hill
With a client book of Fortune 50 and ASX Top-20 companies, Darren Hill is one of Australia’s most in-demand strategists whose culture change programs are currently being used in PepsiCo, McDonalds, Schweppes/Asahi, Suncorp Bank and the Australian Federal Government to name a few. He also holds the title of Executive Director of three times AFR Fast 100 company, Pragmatic Thinking, a behaviour and motivation strategy company.
Darren’s a best-selling author whose work has appeared regularly across the Fairfax Group (including the SMH & The Age), News Limited (The Daily Tele & Courier Mail), Business Insider and Smart Company. He now writes exclusively for BRW, and has appeared on The Today Show and Sky Business News.
An author of three books including the best seller ‘Dealing with the Tough Stuff: How to achieve results from key conversations which has now been translated into 3 different languages, his clients consistently describe him as grounded and refreshingly real – something that’s reflected by his ongoing re-engagement rate with clients nearing 100%.
About Pragmatic Thinking
A behaviour and motivation strategy company, Pragmatic Thinking works with organisations to focus on leadership development and cultural strategies. Blending expertise in the sciences of psychology, anthropology and physiology, we help organisations build better leaders by building better people. We work with ambitious leaders wanting to achieve real change for the future of work.