Keynote speaker and leadership developer,
specializing in Neuroscience & motivation psychology
Malin Rapp is a global speaker and research strategist in neuroscience and motivational psychology, inspiring leaders to transform their workplace into a sustainable growth place.
Malin is acclaimed for her skills and unique ability to connect research with practice. Her engaging and inspiring ways of presenting theories and concrete tools have netted Malin many recurring clients, such as:
- Stockholm School of Economics
- Harvard University
- World Wildlife Fund
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Lecture: How to Lead Others Remotely
Today, many of us struggle to stay energized and fully engaged, given the prolonged remote work situation. How can we as leaders be role models, support our team members and lead the way forward? Remote working is not about controlling and micro-managing, it requires new ways to lead where trust and responsibility are becoming even more crucial.
Now more than ever, it’s important to continue to build high-performance teams, leaders that create more leaders – in other words – self-leadership. Equip yourself and your organization with the insights and tools necessary to keep the momentum.
In this lecture, Malin answers questions like:
- What leadership skills need to be strengthened to lead others from a distance?
- How do we practice self-leadership during times of great uncertainty?
- How can we create a sustainable, innovative, and learning culture in these times?
- How can employees collaborate better in a remote workplace?
Lecture: Energize and Boost the Team
The world has rapidly changed due to the pandemic, and we are forced to adjust to new routines and habits. Many have settled into the “new normal”, but are we really equipped with the right tools to continue to thrive and be motivated long term?
Empowering the team and strengthening the culture when adjusting to remote and uncertain changes is crucial. In the midst of all of these work-related changes, it’s important to boost and support each other. As a team, it’s about finding ways to recognize everyone, celebrate common goals while still encourage self-direction, and focusing on each team member’s strengths.
This engaging talk gives thoughtful perspectives on how to better organize as a team and getting more energy when working apart. The participants will get useful tools to bring with them to their own everyday work.