Perform in the Storm

Help your people and business beyond the pandemic

At a time when new workplace skills are needed, learning is playing a key part in shaping the future of the workforce. Join us as we discuss how to develop people and trust in 2021.

This webinar will take place on:
13 May, 2021
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EST

The effects of the pandemic have accelerated the need for the acquisition and application of new workplace skills. Learning is once again center stage and it’s time to really get a handle on how we can use learning to better support our teams, people and businesses.

Whether we can all agree on what ‘new normal’ looks like or not, one thing for certain is that there are critical skills that will need to be developed in 2021 to engage, motivate and support our teams through and beyond the pandemic.

Particularly vulnerable are managers who have had to adapt to a challenging digital way of working, and new hires entering greatly changed workplaces. Join us, as we discuss ways to develop people, build trust and re-engage for a better 2021 and beyond.

Answer pressing questions such as: 

  • How do we manage ongoing change and what does it mean for the future? 
  • How can we learn to manage, mentor, collaborate and create effectively in a digital environment? 
  • How do we re-engage and regain our teams’ trust? 
  • How do we become truly inclusive?


Jodi Wellman
Leadership Coach and Co-Founder
Spectacular at Work

Jodi Wellman is a co-founder of Spectacular at Work, where she helps individuals and companies create stunningly spectacular success through their work. With 17 years of corporate experience, and as a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Jodi takes her coaching with CEOs, senior executives, and emerging leaders seriously.

Andrea Zimmerman
Vice President of Learning and Professional Development

Andrea serves as the vice president of leadership and professional development for Kaplan Performance Academy where she is responsible for teams that deliver innovative solutions to client organizations.

Sarah Cordwell
Executive Director, Product and Partnerships

Sarah has been in the professional training industry since 2001. Firstly as an accountancy tutor, delivering exam-based training, then as a business unit leader, running the Glasgow operation and laterally as a senior leader and Executive Director of Products and Partnerships at Kaplan Performance Academy.