Thriving in Uncertainty

If you have or plan to retrench staff and would like to help them be thriving in uncertainty, we can help. After all, living in uncertainty is their biggest fear for such staff and for the the majority of people. And yet, whereas from a global level, your staff know they are not the first to be thrust into uncertainty; and that neither will they be the last; reconciling the logical mind to the emotional heart calls for one who has walked the walk and can therefore talk the talk. This is what we anticipate to achieve with our talk.

thriving in uncertainty

Thriving in uncertainty

Thriving in uncertainty is admittedly not a walk in the park. It’s worse when staff are released unequipped from the ‘zoo’ to the ‘wild’. Especially given it needn’t be so. Change is the only constant; shift happens. “Change is not merely necessary to life – it is life.” All organizations know this. In fact, many organizations, when change happens, they undertake change management training for their staff to ensure a smooth transition into the new normal. A new business normal is prepared for but unfortunately many organization do prepare he individual for a new individual normal. This talk on thriving in uncertainty can help.

What next? Your free consultation

First, in order for us to understand your business and the type of talk on transition you want, we propose a free consultation. This can be a meeting or a call.

Next, the meeting will be a discussion on your company, the change you are currently facing and would like help in transiting. And also, what you are looking for in an ideal talk or webinar (online). And, further, any other information that can help us develop an effective Thriving in Uncertainty engagement, for you. 

Therefore, please fill in your details in the form below and we will get in touch after receiving your details.

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