A Danish study of 4,500 public service workers has provided credence to the adage that “people don’t leave jobs, they leave managers.” Having a trusted and positive relationship with your managers and seniors is imperative to your career success and job satisfaction. Managing up is one of the most effective tools to achieve this. However, a number of professionals are concerned that managing up is fake and manipulative.
In this interactive workshop, Nidhi Kush Shah of Alchemy Consulting will share:
After the workshop, Nidhi will lead a 10 minute conversation with Jennifer Quasdorf (Head of Marketing and Business Development, Asia for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) about her experiences. Followed with time for Q&A from the audience.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals from all industries who work with senior leaders and board members of an organisation.
About the Presenter:Nidhi Kush Shah is an experienced and passionate facilitator, keynote speaker, writer and coach specialising in Executive Leadership Branding, Communication Skills, Business Networking and Intercultural Skills.
In the last 8 years, Nidhi has gained leadership, business development and training and coaching experience across Australia, India, Hong Kong and China. Since its inception in 2012, her company ‘Alchemy Consulting’ has rapidly gained popularity for provide unique, interactive and customised Learning and Development solutions.
Over the years, Nidhi has helped hundreds of professionals build their leadership brand and transform their people skills into powerful assets. She is a sought-after speaker and is regularly invited to speak and train companies, trade bodies and universities across Asia. She works with clients from a wide-range of industries including Arts and Luxury, Consulting, Financial Institutions, Legal and Law, Non Profit, Wines and Spirits and Universities to name a few. She uses her diverse and successful experience to turn her classroom into and interactive, inspiring and fun learning environment.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
11th Floor, Two Exchange Square