Leading experts in crisis, leadership, and finance provide you important methods to keep you and your team focused, inspired, and aligned during times of crisis.
- You're probably feeling a lot of anxiety right now. - There's a lot of different pressures on your plate. - Our job as leaders is to help alleviate uncertainty. - In times of great crisis, sometimes there's not a lot of information availabe. - Humans are wired to resist change. - It's okay if you're freaked out. - If you look at the last century of the stock market, you know, it goes like this, boom ba-boom ba-boom ba-boom, up and down, up and down. - Markets recover. This is exactly how markets work. - Right now we're learning new ways to work together. Working remotely, working in different styles or forms of communication. - In crisis situations, those organizations that take command and are clear and concise come out of that with a stronger reputation. - We will all get through this. (thoughtful music)
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- Adopting an approach to manage uncertainty
- Identifying resistance to change
- Developing tools for self-care
- Distinguishing fact from fiction
- Building decision-making skills
- Identifying how stress is handled
- Developing methods for communication
- Finding a new rhythm
- Evaluating personal finances
- Gaining new perspectives
Skill Level Intermediate
Lessons in Enlightened Leadershipwith genConnectU56m 50s Intermediate
1. Embracing the Change Around You
2. Understanding What Is Going On
The historical context1m 58s
3. Managing Stress
4. Evaluating the Financial Impact
5. Adjusting Your Approach
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