As a senior partner with international law firm K&L Gates where he is the national head of Mergers & Acquisitions and global co-head of Private Equity, Nick Humphrey is supremely qualified to speak on the subject of managing stress, conflict and overload.
In addition to his considerable professional responsibilities, Nick has successfully published eight bestselling business books over the last 20 years and recently authored Maverick Executive: Strategies for Driving Clarity, Effectiveness and Focus.
Stress is an inevitable part of life as a professional. Constant deadlines, information overload and cognitive fatigue. High performers have developed strategies for managing stress for themselves as well as their teams.
This session covers the art and science of managing stress and includes practical hacks, tips and strategies. We will also cover:
• What causes stress for professionals
• Understanding the impact of stress on productivity and problem solving
• How to manage stress including dealing with conflict, information overload and crisis
Join us for a professional’s perspective on how to address the challenge of seemingly never having enough time to get everything done.
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
Attendees will explore strategies for managing stress, conflict and overload.
This session will appeal to broad range of professionals.
Nick Humphrey is a senior partner at an international law firm and heads up their mergers and acquisitions group in Australia. He sits on a number of advisory boards including an accounting firm, an education scholarship and an angel investment fund. Nick is the chair of Australian Growth Company Awards (in association with K&L Gates, Westpac, Deloitte and Macquarie Bank). He recently attended Harvard Law School Executive Leadership course and has won dozens of awards including M&A Lawyer of the Year, Dealmaker of the Year, Best Lawyer – Private Equity and Chambers Asia Private Equity lawyer recommendation. Nick's views have also been published extensively in the media including Financial Times, Australian Financial Review and Wall Street Journal.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask questions to the presenter
Just in time for Tax Year End.