Right Lane Free Live Webinar Series
|Friday 1 May
|INSIDE SUPER: Strategic considerations of the COVID-19 pandemic for super funds||This event has taken place. If you would like more information regarding this webinar event, please contact Abhishek Chhikara, email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thursday 7 May
|How to win the virtual long game||This event has taken place. If you would like to receive the recording of this webinar please click here.|
|Tuesday 12 May
|INSIDE SUPER: The future industry structure that might best serve members||This event has taken place. If you would like more information regarding this webinar event, please contact Abhishek Chhikara, email: email@example.com|
|Thursday 21 May
|INSIDE SUPER: Cash crunch: how increasing pressure on funds’ fee models and cost structures is changing the economics of the sector||This event has taken place. If you would like more information regarding this webinar event, please contact Abhishek Chhikara, email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Friday 22 May
|Making sense of COVID-19: Dynamic Pathway Planning||REGISTER|
|Tuesday 2 June
|INSIDE SUPER: The growth headwinds facing industry funds as a result of the spreading global pandemic||INVITATION ONLY|
|Thursday 11 June
|INSIDE SUPER: The common characteristics of ‘winning’ funds and the challenges they are likely to face||INVITATION ONLY|
Making sense of COVID-19: Dynamic Pathway Planning
Friday 22nd May AEST 1:00pm – 1:30pm
Facing uncertainty? Scenario planning methods come into their own.
Join Zoe Pappas and Chiara Lawry as they further discuss the application of our Dynamic Pathway Planning methodology and how organisations can use this to make sense of COVID-19 and develop their medium-term recovery plan.
Register for this webinar
How to win the virtual long game
Your team is now set-up to work remotely. They have the equipment they need, and they are confident in using it. So, what’s next?
Right Lane experts Lora Vaioleti and Zoe Pappas suggest ways to best position your organisation for successful longer-term virtual teaming. They encourage leaders to ‘lift their eyes’ to consider three themes:
- Bond – team productivity, connection and sense of affiliation
- Collide – creativity and innovation moments, prioritisation and impact
- Bloom – personal sustainability and development.
A level of virtual teaming is here to stay, and we can expect that for at least the next few months most of our internal and external interactions will be run remotely. As leaders, this creates new challenges for longer-term team member productivity, their sense of affiliation and personal sustainability. At an enterprise level, this new reality raises critical questions around governance and decision-making, innovation and impact.