In the fall of 2018, AmCham Hungary is launching a new educational series focusing on leadership development. During the five sessions, we are going to invite experts and leaders from various fields to examine several aspects of modern corporate leadership.
The series consists of five 90-minute sessions touching different subjects. The series begins on September 18 and ends on October 30.
All sessions start at 15.30 unless indicated otherwise.
Location: AmCham Hungary conference room (1051 Budapest, Szent István tér 11.)
COMING UP NEXT
October 30: Session Five - WORK-LIFE BALANCE & WELL-BEING
To become your most effective self, find the right balance between work and other aspects of your life. The physical and mental well-being of the employee is key to a successful business.
Orsolya LUDVIG, Head of Communications and External Affairs at Mercedes Benz Manufactoring Hungary and Dr. László LUDVIG, CEO of Siemens Mobility
Moderated by Előd SOLTI, Owner and Managing Partner of Solti & Partners Consulting
Program is subject to change.
You don’t want to stop at just listening to the inspirations of the roundtable discussions? Do you want to improve the learning impact with focused action steps about the event's topics? You can hone your skills and make progress with the Act2Manage leadership development app, available to our registered participants free of charge.
PREVIOUSLY ON LEADERSHIP MASTERCLASS
Session One - CAREER PLANNING (September 18)
Set your goal and learn to build your strategy for career development
Antónia MÉSZÁROS, Executive Director of UNICEF Hungary, journalist, film maker and Dr. Sándor KLING, Technical Director of Kling Technology, former Structures Analyst at Red Bull Racing & Red Bull Technology
Moderated by Dr. Andrea JUHOS, Managing Partner of Lee Hecht Harrison Hungary and Head of the Competitive Workforce Policy Task Force
Session TWO - ASSERTIVE COMMUNICATION (October 3)
Your communication skills can make or break your results, your advancement and overall, your career.
József VÉGH, criminal psychologist and crisis negotiator and William Benkő, entrepreneur, founder of Speak Academy and former AmCham President
Moderated by András R. NAGY, CEO of Próbakő Communications
Session THREE - Decision Making (October 10)
A bad decision is better than no decision at all. Learn how to assess the toughest situations and make the right call.
László MÉRŐ, mathematician and psychologist and Dávid KLEIN, mountaineer
Moderated by Judit Ábri, executive coach, founder of Coaching Without Borders.
Session FOUR- Build your brand and master social media (October 25)
Manage your image, control the impressions people can have of you.
H.E. Iain LINDSAY, Her Majesty's Ambassador to Hungary and Nóra ORAVECZ, digital marketing specialist
Moderated by Dr. Andrea JUHOS, Managing Partner of Lee Hecht Harrison Hungary and Head of the Competitive Workforce Policy Task Force.
HOW TO REGISTER:
- To guarantee your seat please register by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 16 the latest.
- Registrations will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis.
- Upon purchasing a ticket for the series, companies have the option to delegate either the same or different employees to each event.
- Participation fee is 40,000 HUF + VAT per participant for the entire 5 part series for AmCham Members in good standing. For non-members, the participation fee is 50,000 HUF + VAT per participant.
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By registering, you allow AmCham to share the list of guests including guest name, company name and position with the event partners and sponsors.
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You release AmCham Hungary, its officers and employees from any liability connected with the taking, recording or publication of photographs, video or sound recordings.
Any person or organization not affiliated with AmCham is forbidden from using, copying, editing, modifying AmCham photographs, graphics, videography or other recordings without the advance written permission of AmCham.
For people under 18, parental consent is required for attendance and the use of images in advance.
In addition, the event venue may or may not be under video surveillance. By entering the premises, you consent to being recorded by a third party, usually the landlord of the premise or a security company designated by the landlord. AmCham Hungary does not own the footage and has no access to it. Please consult event attendants if you wish to receive more information.
If you do not wish to be photographed or recorded, please inform an AmCham Staff Member at the registration desk and you will receive a special “No photo” identification mark on your badge. By not wearing this mark you consent to take and use of photographs and/or video.
The data controller is The American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary with address at H-1051 Budapest, Szent István tér 11 (phone: +36 1 266 9880, fax: +36 1 266 9888, email@example.com).
We will retain list of guests and photos and videos for an indefinite period of time in our archives.
You have various rights with respect to our use of your personal data: you can access and update/correct your data, request restriction for processing, object to processing or request deletion of your data and you can also withdraw your consent. In case you do not agree with AmCham’s response to your request you can file complaint with the Hungarian National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (Nemzeti Adatvédelmi és Információszabadság Hatóság, NAIH, www.naih.hu, phone: +36 1 391 1400, fax: +36 1 391 1410, email: firstname.lastname@example.org).