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Leading, working, and doing business in a pandemic

Posted: April 30, 2020 at 6:48 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Samantha Chambers-Skeggs, Founder of Ditch The Ladder, a business that helps corporate escapees transition from the corporate world to setting up their own business again joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Samantha Chambers-Skeggs discuss the following:

  1. How will COVID-19 impact the way we work?
  2. What are the critical lessons for leaders and business owners from COVID-19?
  3. What are the secrets to managing remote working or working from home?
  4. What are the things to consider if a forced or optional career change is an outcome of COVID-19?
  5. What are your tips for coping with isolation and social distancing?

Summary: As the world continues to battle a major pandemic in the form of COVID-19, we need to consider the lessons learnt for how we lead, how we do business, and how we work. COVID-19 is a perfect example of a massive change being imposed on us that we didn’t plan for or want. COVID-19 has forced us to review, rethink and restrategize work and business. We need to adapt to the acceleration of the Future of Work, and accept that things won’t go back to how they once were.

Samantha Chambers-Skeggs is a business & career change consultant, writer, and speaker. Samantha spent 20 years working for some of the world’s biggest brands including PricewaterhouseCoopers, Qantas and NBN Co. before ditching the corporate ladder and embarking on her own journey.

Samantha is passionate about helping those trapped in corporate careers jump off the corporate ladder and create their own path to success and happiness through running their own business. Samantha also helps business leaders engage their people when embarking on business change programs through change management, training and engagement activities.

Samantha is the author of “Ditch The Ladder – Escape The Corporate Trap”, and also contributes content to the Australian Rugby Business Network monthly newsletter, and has had articles published in the Business Chicks Latte magazine, The Australian Business Executive magazine, Women’s Network Australia magazine, and on the HerBusiness website.

Samantha is a member of the International Coach Federation, Professional Speakers Australia, and an accredited human behaviour assessor (Business DNA Behavior). Samantha holds a Commerce degree, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and is Lean Six Sigma Black Belt accredited.

Samantha will enable you to rethink the way you view your place in your current career and unlock your mind to a new way of life.



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Twitter: @iamsamchambers
Instagram: @iamsamchambers

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