Corset Economy Masterclass

Become more resilient in an uncertain world

How resilient are you? For most of us, 2020 has exposed the limits of our resilience—economically, emotionally, socially and also organisationally. Resilience is becoming increasingly important, so much so that the World Economic Forum identified it this year as one of the ten most important skills needed for the future. And resilience, like any other skill, can be cultivated and practiced. 

Join our online Masterclass
to learn how you can develop your resilience skill set 

Monday, 21 December, 8pm GMT

Free Masterclass

Our approach is rooted in scenario planning. This tried-and-tested foresight tool has been used by global organisations, ranging from Shell International to UNAIDS, to ensure their ability to adapt in turbulent times. We’ve worked with these organisations, and we are now offering you a unique opportunity to access the same tools for your personal life and career.

What you will achieve:

You’ll walk away with more clarity about the future, feeling more confident about how you could better adapt to change. You’ll understand what steps you can take right away to make yourself more prepared, more resilient and more able to tolerate stress in an uncertain world.

Register here and you’ll receive a Zoom link on the day of the Masterclass.

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Wednesday, 21 December 2020

  • 8pm: London
  • 9pm: Brussels
  • 3pm: New York
  • 12pm: Vancouver
  • 7am (+1 day): Melbourne

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Meet your hosts

Shirin and Leila are a mother-daughter team with a combined working experience of 30 years across four continents, helping organisations and individuals to deal with turbulent change. Shirin has worked with global corporations, SME’s, UN agencies and academic institutions, exploring how the future might impact upon them. Leila has worked mainly in the international development and humanitarian fields, helping communities and individuals around the world become more resilient and find their own ways to adapt to inevitable change. They are committed to giving you the insights and tools to help you navigate your own future in a turbulent, uncertain Corset Economy.

The American Psychological Association (APA), defines resilience as: “the process and outcome of successfully adapting to difficult or challenging life experiences, especially through mental, emotional, and behavioural flexibility and adjustment to external and internal demands