It is still possible for your team and organization to achieve success during a crisis. In this video, learn how to redefine and communicate what wins look like in your organization.
- If you're a leader in your organization, … I would encourage you to communicate … early and often with your company, with your team. … And I would let them know … what a win looks like in this season, … because things don't look the way that we expected them to. … This is not what any of us thought was going to happen … when we looked two months ago … and thought about what Q1 and Q2 were going to look like. … So I think it's important for your team to understand, … given the current circumstances, what does a win look like. … So that they still have something to shoot for … and to strive for, and to know that they're successful … even though things look very different than they expected. … …
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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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