Experts & leaders drive discussion: 2020 has changed how we operate; what does that mean for your team, and what factors influence their ability to deliver “top tier” results as logistics and supply chain transformation projects gather momentum? How we can make our businesses and the entire logistics sector more ‘sustainable’ for the future – not just in terms of the environment, but our value-add proposition for stakeholders?
F&L will launch a two-way mentoring scheme between leaders reaching across generations, industries and transport modes in Geneva on 17 November 2021. We can each tackle volatility, uncertainty and disruption better if we look at how we as leaders can collaborate better together. Details will shortly be confirmed here.
What makes a great leader in supply chain and logistics? Practical and frank discussion covering many topics including:
What makes a great leader in supply chain and logistics?
Insight from experts on recruiting, nurturing and building the best teams. Pragmatic discussion on first key issues agreed 2 Feb:
Insight from experts on recruiting, nurturing and building the best teams. 2020 has changed how we operate; what does that mean for your team, and what factors influence their ability to deliver “top tier” results? Changing expectations from candidates in the market, and is there anything we can learn from “agile natives”?
Contacts & slides in members’ area
“How workforce changes match demand changes we see in the market”. 45 minute discussion with Q&A.
The future supply chain. A quarter of the world’s population are ‘millennials’ (born 1981-1996). The dominant generation of the post-financial crisis era, this generation is forecast to make up 35% of the global workforce by 2020. What can we learn?
Almost every industry faces change. And the breadth and depth of these changes brings transformation of entire systems of production, management, and governance as well as fundamentally altering the way we live, work, and relate to one another.