- Describe how to review past performance.
- List primary features of innovation.
- Distinguish teaming from leading.
- Identify alternative approaches to cost reductions.
- Build self-awareness.
- Adopt a growth mindset.
- Develop a committed team.
- Turn adversity into opportunity.
Skill Level Intermediate
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I'll share with you how to become catalysts for change, ways you can inspire and focus your organization, and I'll cover communication strategies so you can gain true commitment and game-changing solutions from your team. One thing I learned in the military is that contingency planning ensures mission success. When you're going through difficult times, your preparation for the future is as important as your performance in the present. So watch how to management in difficult times to achieve your heroic aspirations.