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Human Intelligence - Series 2

Disruption

Course

Human Intelligence - Series 2

Instructors: Gillian Lees; Dr. Jeremy Lurey; Regan Walsh

  • Format

    Course - Online

  • Level

    Basic

  • Duration

    3h

Disruption is changing the workplace. As more and more tasks are becoming automated, industries are being disrupted, and we increasingly find ourselves partnering with robots and AI.

In this environment, human skills have become even more valuable.

Learning outcomes

  • Identify how you can apply critical thinking skills in the workplace.
  • Recognize the five stages of the Positive Change℠ framework.
  • Recognize time management strategies to help you thrive.

£95.00 (CIMA members only)

£119.00

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Product information

Overview

Develop your human skills.

Develop three critical skills that position you to take advantage of the new opportunities that await.

Included in this three-part series:

  • Critical thinking Enhance your critical thinking skills so that you can diagnose problems, make better decisions, and identify effective solutions.

  • Managing change
    Gain practical tools and techniques to successfully lead individuals through organizational changes, mitigate resistance, and achieve sustainable results.

  • Time management
    Master practical time management tools and tips, so that you can reclaim your schedule, meet your objectives, feel more in control, and reduce stress.

Who should take this course?

  • Accounting and finance professionals who want to make better decisions.
  • Accounting and finance professionals who are involved in change initiatives.
  • Accounting and finance professionals who want to manage their time more effectively and enhance their performance at work.

Professional development

This Course - Online offers 3 hours of CPE credit.
Note on CPE Requirements and Credits
All learning resources available in the CGMA Store qualify for CPD for CIMA members.

Prerequisites:None
Programme level:Basic
Duration:3h
Format:Course - Online
Access:This is a digital product. You will have access to the content for a year after purchase date.

Return and refund policy

£95.00 (CIMA members only)

£119.00

VAT calculated on checkout

Instructors

  • Gillian Lees

    Gillian Lees, MA (Oxon) Senior Director, Governance & Risk Research Research & Development - Management Accounting. Gillian is responsible for developing research and thought leadership on her area of expertise of corporate governance and risk. She has written and presented widely on the subject and has also been a guest lecturer at the London School of Economics. Her most recent areas of focus have been: (1) the need to build trust through promoting the right culture and behavior and (2) the evolving risk agenda and changing business models. She also has a strong interest in the Future of Finance agenda, including the implications for future skills, and has recently presented on topics such as critical thinking and growth mindsets. Gillian joined the Association in 1996. She has had various roles in Public Affairs, Research & Development and Communications, often combining both specialist ‘subject matter expert’ roles with management responsibility for the overall research and thought leadership programme. She also provides specialist advice on internal Association projects, such as the 2018 review of CIMA’s governance and the role of its Council. Gillian came to the Association with a background in economics and banking, having worked at the Bank of England and various head office roles at NatWest Bank.

  • Dr. Jeremy Lurey

    Dr. Jeremy Lurey is Practice Lead for SingerLewak’s People and Change Management Services. Jeremy is a talented organizational consultant and leadership coach who partners with his clients to improve performance and produce better business results. With more than 20 years of progressive experience as a management consultant, he is a trusted adviser for and has supported clients ranging from small family businesses to Fortune 500 corporations, including numerous not-for-profit and government agencies.

    Previously honored as a Top “40 Under 40” executive of the year by The M&A Advisor, Dr. Lurey has particular expertise in change management, talent management, process improvement, leadership development, strategic planning, succession planning, and executive coaching. Dr. Lurey holds MS and PhD degrees in Organizational Psychology as well as a BS degree in Communication Studies. In addition to his role as a consultant, he frequently presents at professional conferences and seminars, serving as an adjunct faculty member for various organizations. Over the years, he has also authored several publications on organization development, change management, succession planning, leadership excellence, and family business.

  • Regan Walsh

    Regan Walsh is an NYU-certified executive and life coach who focuses on helping people who are overprogrammed and underwhelmed to reclaim their lives, both personally and professionally. She contributes to Harvard Business Review and Forbes, and has been featured in Fast Company, Today.com, NBC.com, and Smart Business.

    She has coached thousands of people through her one-on-one and group coaching programs, and she is regularly asked to give keynotes, facilitate workshops, and speak on panels for Fortune 500 companies, industry associations, and foundations. She has done so for clients like Nike, QuickBooks, and JPMorgan. Regan is located in Columbus, Ohio, and coaches people from all over the world.

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