Webinar: “Back in Control” Managing Unexpected Change with Jyothika Shetty
Organizations are undergoing changes rapidly, owing to the dynamic business environment and the inter dependent nature of resources. Similarly, people too are facing changes more often than before. While some changes are planned, few happen unexpected and all of a sudden. Every individual by nature wants to progress and plan changes that could lead them to growth. But not every time changes can be planned, like the situation that the world is currently facing – lockdown. While unexpected change cannot be predicted — it can be dealt with in an organized manner. In this webinar, we will explore ways in which you can manage Unexpected Change that could potentially help you create opportunities for your future
Date: Tuesday 28 April 2020
Time: 4:00pm to 5:00pm (UAE Time)
About the speaker: Jyothika Shetty
A career spanning over two decades with experience in the field of Commercial Banking, Credit Risk and Financial Management, Jyothika has worked with BNP Paribas Dubai for over a decade. This was followed by a decade as the Executive Director in her family owned construction business in Dubai. A public speaker, soft skill trainer and image consultant, she is currently authoring her book titled “Back in Control”. The book is about managing unexpected change and bringing back life into control.
Jyothika holds an MBA degree from the Alliance Manchester Business School in Global Pathway (2017) and an International Diploma in Compliance from International Compliance Association, UK. She is also a certified Soft Skill Trainer (accredited by Scottish Qualifications Authority-SQA, Scotland) and Image Consultant (accredited by Conselle Institute of Image Management, USA) in addition to various communication and leadership awards from Toastmasters International. Jyothika has mentored several members to conquer their fear of public speaking and develop leadership skills leading to greater self-growth and development.
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