Connected Leadership Webinar | How can leaders adapt to changing expectations? | Brunswick Group

Connected Leadership Webinar | How can leaders adapt to changing expectations?

The bar has never been higher for leadership confronted by a global pandemic, economic turbulence, and social upheaval.

How can leaders lead when confined by lockdowns and physical separation from their teams? 

New research from Brunswick shows that in the face of such unprecedented change, stress, and uncertainty, leaders must adapt to be more accessible and transparent, deepen connections with stakeholders, and embrace digital and social media tools to reach people.

Watch the on-demand recording to hear findings from our Connected Leadership 2021 research, that:

  • Examines the expectations that 11,700 global stakeholders have of corporate leaders,

  • Explores why Connected Leadership is a competitive business advantage – in today’s crisis and tomorrow’s, and

  • Offers practical guidance on how to start your Connected Leadership journey today. 

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Craig Mullaney, Partner

Craig Mullaney is a Brunswick partner in Washington, DC. Craig advises clients on a broad range of critical communications issues, with a specialist focus on crisis, public affairs, and digital communications. He is one of the leading authorities on executives’ use of digital media. He joined Brunswick from Facebook where he founded Facebook’s Global Executive Program. Craig has provided strategic counsel on critical communications issues to leaders ranging from former heads of state and Fortune 50 CEOs to presidents of major charitable foundations, spiritual leaders, scientific luminaries, and entrepreneurs. He is a New York Times bestselling author, and decorated Army combat veteran. 

Rebekah Metts-Childers, Partner

Rebekah specializes in providing counsel to companies during times of change – connecting communications strategy and business strategy to drive results. Drawing on her 20 years of experience in corporate communications, Rebekah has a strong focus on strategy, M&A and employee communications.She has worked in the U.S. and London, with global experience across Europe and Asia.  Before joining Brunswick in 2018, Rebekah was a member of the leadership team at a strategy execution firm focused on transformation communications, leadership development, employee engagement and culture initiatives for Fortune 500 companies.