On June 9th, NUCB Business School continued its "Leading in Turbulent Times" webinar series, one of two series of open and free webinars being held through June and July. The 2nd session, entitled “The (Not So) New HRM under COVID-19: Managing Remote Working,” was conducted by Dr. Kuok Kei “Eddie” Law, an NUCB Business School faculty member who specializes in knowledge management, human resource management, and sports management. His work has appeared in internationally renowned journals such as Journal of Knowledge Management and European Management Journal.
Dr. Law talked about the competitive advantages and drawbacks of remote working and its impact on society and individuals, describing how attitudes towards remote working are influenced by various personal factors including personality and ability, and contextual factors including family and organizational culture. His presentation also addressed management concerns such as productivity, fairness, and resources, and how these concerns can be traced back to underlying issues within an organization.
Participants in the webinar were invited to share their own experiences with working from home and maintaining a work-life balance, with some preferring the blending of work and life while others expressed their need for more clearly defined boundaries.
Emotionally Intelligent Leadership
from the "Insights from Industry Leaders" series
18th of June, Thursday from 18:30 to 19:30 JST
Speaker: Kathi Love, CEO of Motherwell Resources
Next week's session is part of the "Insights from Industry Leaders" series and is entitled "Emotionally Intelligent Leadership." The session speaker will be Kathi Love, who serves on the board of directors of Comscore and is currently the CEO of Motherwell Resources LLC, a company devoted to management consulting and executive coaching. Her session will focus on her personal experiences and how they have taught her the value of emotional intelligence in managing employees, dealing with colleagues, and communicating with clients and partners.
Prior to founding Motherwell, Ms. Love served as the President and CEO of GFK MRI (formerly Mediamark Research), where she maintained top-line growth and profitability and introduced new products and services for an advertising industry in transition, overseeing the launch of those products internationally with partners in China, the U.K. and Eastern Europe. She has served on the board of directors of the Advertising Research Foundation, The Media Behavior Institute and the Market Research Council, of which she is past President. In 2018, she was inducted into the Market Research Council Hall of Fame.
Ms. Love has held executive positions at The New York Times, EMAP Publishing and The Magazine Publishers of America. She has been an adjunct or guest instructor at Rutgers University, Brooklyn College and Queens College and a frequent speaker at international conferences on publishing and advertising. She is a professional certified executive coach (PCC) and is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). She also uses her coaching skills doing pro bono work at the Atlas School for Autism.
Please submit your interest using the form linked below:
Registrants will receive updates about the webinars leading up to the date they will be held, on which they will receive a link and access details to join the sessions.
By hosting these series, we hope to promote the interests of higher education and strengthen managerial awareness by reaching out to those who would like an opportunity to challenge themselves during a challenging time by experiencing what NUCB Business School has to offer virtually.
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