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Resilient leadership lessons on building recovery on a foundation of trust

When Jun 10, 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound effect on societies, businesses, and economies around the world. And with its arrival, CFOs have no choice but to adapt and build resiliency.

As global responses to the COVID-19 pandemic continue to rapidly evolve, the Energy, Resources & Industrials industry and particularly mining has certainly experienced unique challenges in navigating businesses through these times. Leaders in this sector are now shifting organizational mindsets, navigating opportunities, uncertainties, and investing in building trust to develop a recovery playbook that serves as a solid foundation for the post-COVID future.

Join us on June 10 for the next webcast in our resilient leadership series where we will be joined by special guest Andrea S. Freeborough, Senior Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of Kinross Gold who will share her insights and lessons learned from navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We’ll also discuss the ROI of building recovery on a foundation of trust, and what it means for finance leaders with Nick Galletto, Partner, Cyber Risk.

This webcast will be hosted by Deloitte’s CFO Program leader, Paul Fletcher.

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