Tue, 23 May|
Welcome To Birmingham - Workplace Skills: Leadership Development in partnership with ColmoreBID
For new professionals entering the city, this session in partnership with by ColmoreBID
Time & Location
23 May, 12:30 – 13:30
The Florence, 106-110 Edmund St, Birmingham B3 2ES, UK
About the Event
Are you a new professional wanting to learn valuable workplace and leadership skills that you will maintain throughout your career? If so, this session is perfect for you.
Led by TAG Network Midlands in partnership with ColmoreBID, this event will explore the impact and ways organisations support young people as work/life balance and flexibility has come to the fore in workplace culture.
As new team members have been entering companies and working differently, what are the possible mid/long term cultural impacts on businesses who nurture and develop young leaders within their teams.
Featuring Panel guests;
Alex Tross, Commercial Director at Centrick Property with over 15 years of experience working in the property industry, having qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2008. Alex holds a seat on the West Midlands Office Agents Society Committee. In his capacity as a Colmore Business District Board Director and is also Deputy Chair of the Board and Working Group lead for the BID’s Place Marketing & Hospitality committee.
Baljinder Singh Atwal, multi-award winning Solicitor at West Midlands Police, Co-Chair of Birmingham Solicitor's Group, Council member of The Law Society, sub-committe member of Birmingham Law Society, and Non-Executive Director of TAG Network Midlands.
Paul Webb, Europe & UK (EUNA) lead of Design for Manufacture and Assembly at Mott MacDonald.
Our guest Panel will discuss the value of talent management, and the ways in which young professionals have to navigate a new workplace landscape and establish working relationships both in-person and virtually.
There will be an open Q&A segment for attendees to ask the panel some questions which will be chaired and facilitated by TAG Network Midlands Founder, Denise Morris