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WEBINAR: Breakout Leadership in A Cautious New World

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Wednesday, June 24, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
John Chambers and Vijay Balasubramaniyan

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Leadership Insights with John Chambers: Excelling in difficult times and doing business in the new normal

A global health crisis, civil unrest, and rapidly changing societal norms concerning space and capacity are forever changing the way we live, work, lead, and measure performance. Join Pindrop CEO and Co-founder Vijay Balasubramaniyan and John Chambers, CEO of JC2 Ventures, former CEO of Cisco Systems, and newly appointed Global Ambassador of La French Tech, for an engaging 1:1 discussion about leadership during unprecedented times. Learn from proven playbooks how businesses can not only start to move forward but to thrive in the new normal.

This webinar will provide leaders inside and outside of contact centers with actionable recommendations and proven strategies to keep your organization and its’ teams moving forward in our rapidly changing world.

  • Learn battle-tested strategies for leading in challenging times

  • Explore the new challenges facing leaders operationally and socially 

  • Get an inside look at creating breakout opportunities 

Register today for this exclusive webinar focused on recovering and excelling in our cautious new world.

John Chambers
Chairman Emeritus, Cisco / CEO, JC2 Ventures

Vijay A. Balasubramaniyan
CEO & Co-Founder at Pindrop

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