How to cultivate the most important skill in business (virtual event)

Our virtual events bring the same inspiration, fun and engaging experience the London Business Forum is known for online. You can expect the same mix of great ideas alongside new levels of interaction and engagement, taking full advantage of technology.

  • Build rapport quickly and easily
  • Understand what drives your colleagues
  • Develop your leadership ability

Empathy is a characteristic that great leaders must possess. Without empathy, it is impossible to understand what motivates your people and lead them to success.

As with any skill, empathy can be learned. Neil Mullarkey will demonstrate how to have better interactions with others and understand different perspectives. Learn how to listen better and respond with empathy. If people feel understood, studies show they will be more engaged, more loyal, more creative and more productive.

Don't just dismiss empathy as a soft skill, it is the number one leadership skill. Leave this event with the tools to unlock your leadership potential and inspire others to do their best.

In order to fully participate in this virtual event, you will need a Zoom account, a webcam and microphone. The session will be recorded but will be available only to those who have booked a place on the webinar.

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Neil Mullarkey

From co-founding the world-famous improvisation group The Comedy Store Players with Mike Myers, through to numerous broadcast appearances, Neil Mullarkey has worked with some of the most talented names in comedy, film and television. Neil has an enviable reputation for creating a warm and affectionate rapport with his audience. He is now using his expertise to inspire people and businesses to embrace their creativity and enhance their communication skills. He is author of Seven Steps to Improve Your People Skills.