LBW21: Managing change

Thursday 9 December: Managing change

9-10am, via Zoom

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A week-long programme of networking, debates, inspirational talks and celebrations will take place in December as Lancashire Business Week returns for a second year.

Change has been thrust upon many Lancashire businesses over the course of the past 20 months, with some referencing three years’ change in as many months. 

Whether it has been reconfiguring manufacturing operations, managing lockdown restrictions or finding ways to work successfully with remote and hybrid teams, every business has been forced to rethink at least some aspects of their operations. 

For some, their businesses have changed direction with entirely new product and service ranges. 

In this conversation, we’ll be looking not just at the businesses making the changes, but the leaders implementing them. 

What have we learned about ourselves in business? What has worked for us as leaders? And as we dedicate more time to motivating those around us, who is motivating the motivators?  

We’ll hear real-life stories of managing change, managing people and managing leadership.

Register to attend here

Businesses of all sizes and sectors are invited to attend and debate the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for the county, to meet with new businesses around the county and to be inspired by stories of innovation and success.

A range of guest speakers will share their stories and insights, with names to be revealed in the coming weeks. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Heather Aust, CG Professional
  • Euan Aitken, Zigaflow
  • Tommy McIlravey, Lancashire MIND
  • Louisa Scanlan, Collaborate Business Solutions

Find out more about the full series here

Headline sponsor of Lancashire Business Week is CG Professional.

Lancashire Business Week is also backed by patrons, Beever and Struthers, Bigtank, Burnley.co.uk, Burnley College, Cotton Court, IN4 Group, Lancashire Skills Hub, Nugent Sante and Zigaflow.

Venue patron is AMRC, and Lexus Preston is a supporter.

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