Leading Through Crisis
What has the COVID-19 crisis taught you about yourself and your leadership team? Everyone reacts differently under pressure, and while there is no single acceptable way to react, there are some universal characteristics that lead to a better result. Regardless of the market conditions, leadership teams should strive to possess strong internal and external communication, well-thought-out strategy, innovative problem solving, a positive and supportive atmosphere, and the resilience to push through rough patches as a team. During a crisis, however, these characteristics take on a heightened level of importance and the stakes are high. This session will help you to assess your response and that of your leadership team to this most recent crisis, giving you insight into the root causes of both your positive and negative outcomes. You can use what you learn to create a personal development plan, as well as to consider your team makeup and the right roles for each person to play when the pressure is on.