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How to be a Better Boss with Dominic Soh

How to be a Better Boss with Dominic Soh

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Come along and pick up some practical tools and frameworks so we can all learn to become leaders who are worth following.

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Are great bosses born or created? According to a study by Robert Half, nearly half of professionals surveyed have quit a job because of a bad boss.

Being a great boss and leader is not only needed for building a solid team and attracting and retaining exceptional talent, but is essential if we want to be that someone whom others can look to and who can lead them through change.

While the challenges of leadership are very real, we will explore some of the practical tools and frameworks which existing/aspiring leaders and managers, like yourself, can use to strengthen rapport with your direct reports, create a safe environment for feedback, communication and experimentation, position the team for peak performance, and to develop yourself into a leader worth following.

This event is taking place live from Dublin, Ireland. Please calculate the time difference if joining from elsewhere.

This event is open to both our Iconic members and non-members.

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With Dominic Soh, TEDx Speaker and International Trainer.

Dominic is a TEDx speaker and international trainer who has worked with organisations like Tesla, National Australia Bank, VW and Australia Post to help their staff develop resilience to thrive in their period of change, transitioning and restructuring. He has spoken on the TEDx stage twice, trained TEDx speakers and award-winning leaders, ran multiple 100km+ ultra-marathons and interviewed high performers like U.S. Navy SEALs, Olympians, fighter pilots, surgeons and Michelin-star chefs. Some of his other speaking clients include Google, Intel, New York University, University of Copenhagen, Chartered Accountants, Bank of Melbourne, EU Business School and Guinness Enterprise Centre.

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