August 11th at 2:15PM CST in Senate Room
Leadership Survival Skills: A New Era That Demands New Skills
by Priscila Bala (She/Her)
Work requires a higher level of interpersonal deftness than we’ve ever needed before. What used to be nice-to-have soft skills are now nonnegotiable core skills. And yet, most people are not equipped with the core skills to navigate the messy complexity of emotions, communication, trust, and collaboration -- especially at a distance and within increasingly diverse teams.
LifeLabs Learning has studied thousands of leaders and managers across the world to identify the skills that matter most in this new relational era. We’ll share the behavioral units that make the biggest impact in the shortest time and how to scale relational skills across your organization, fast. The result? You and your teams will achieve more meaningful results with less interpersonal friction while transforming your workplace into a beloved community.
We’ll share the behavioral units that make the biggest impact in the shortest time and how to scale relational skills across your organization, fast.
Tools to help your teams identify and achieve more meaningful results with less interpersonal friction
Core skills to navigate the messy complexity of emotions, communication, trust, and collaboration.
Priscila Bala is the CEO of LifeLabs Learning, the source for instantly useful, delightfully unusual, science-backed skill programs for managers, teams and execs. Priscila’s expertise is in getting great ideas to scale. She has spent her career building companies and helping others do the same. She is an entrepreneur, advisor, and former-VC investor who equips high-performing teams to do amazing work. She has an MBA from Yale University with a research focus on negotiation, behavioral economics, and the psychology of career choices. She has won leadership prizes from Barclays, The Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management, Yale School of Management, and the St. Gallen Symposium.