IMI Series Event, week 1: Leadership in a Crisis

Event Type
Blog, infographic, Podcast or video

Please discard the time and date above - there is no set time for these podcast, blog, video and infographics.



IMI’s mission and passion is to equip leaders to build the future.

They are launching a new content series which will deliver insights and inspiration to you digitally. 

They will focus on a theme every week and deliver insights through a podcast, blog, video or infographic that will help to boost your mental energy and disconnect from what is happening in the world for a short time.

Full content schedule here.

They also have a 'Lunchtime Listen' podcast series every week, that will get you out into the sunshine and exercise your body and mind.

If you are registering for the first time with the IMI, please use your work email and enter ‘Society of Actuaries in Ireland’ as your employer.


Week One: Launched on the 23rd March 2020 

IMI Long Reads: Leadership In An Uncertain World

An exploration of what it takes to be a leader today in an increasingly complex and volatile business landscape.

Click here

Infographic: Leadership In A Crisis

An infographic looking at the mindset, techniques and principles a leader needs to successfully lead their organisation in a time of crisis.

Download here

Lunchtime Listen: Leadership Decision Making

In a world of unimaginable complexity, how are leaders today supposed to make consistently great decisions, especially in the absence of tangible information?

On this episode of IMI’s Talking Leadership podcast they're joined by Kriti Jain, a behavioural scientist passionate about developing research and training leaders in making better decisions.

Listen here
Blog: Fun, Fear And Focus With Friederike Fabritius

Friederike Fabritius is a pioneer in the field of neuroleadership and popular keynote speaker. Friederike’s blog looks at how fun, fear and focus can help you to move into that pleasant but powerful zone of productivity wherever and whenever you need it

Read here