Associations must deal with change from the perspective of the organisation and the perspective of the profession. In order to remain relevant, the association must stay abreast of the changes and change feet as required by current circumstances.

How does one lead an organisation when it is difficult to predict how the future will unfold? It is important to create a culture that is able to withstand the pressures in an environment that requires the organisation to constantly adapt. This is already a reality for many, but all indications are that the volatility will only increase. 
Dr Claudelle has served in various associations for over 20 years, which includes serving in a CEO role for 10 yrs. She serves on the committee of the South African Qualifications Authority responsible for the recognition of professional bodies in South Africa. She has trained multiple boards of associations. Her doctoral degree is in leadership with a particular focus on leading through change and uncertainty. 

What you will learn:

  • Some of the top leadership skills needed to lead through change and uncertainty
  • How to develop a team that is comfortable with living in a maze with moving walls
  • How to respond when there is a major shift/frame-breaking change
  • Steering a profession through a constantly changing environment

Who should attend?

  • Executives Heads, Senior Executives and Senior Managers
  • Association board / council members
  • Audit and risk committee members

What's included?

  • Webinar (approx 30 mins)
  • Q&A
  • Recording of the webinar after the event, in the Resource Centre (members only)
  • Discussion chat during and after the event
Attendance Registration

To attend for no fee, register as a subscriber or member (both at no fee) and then register for the event.

Status Live After
Association Members No fee No fee
Association Subscribers No fee n/a
PCO/ AMC Subscribers £40 n/a
Associate Members No fee No fee

Fees are in GBP, subject to 20% VAT and payment is only by card. 

* After, is on-demand from 48 working hours after the event, to allow time for preparation of the video, and is subject to recordings being successful.