Managing in Times of Abrupt Disruptions 2: The Path Forward
Running a business is predicated on two things:
- Making decisions
- Executing the decisions made well
Creating High Performance Teams: Building With Trust & Respect
The nature of work is changing dramatically and rapidly. Exponential disruptive technological innovation and external forces, such as Covid-19 are forcing organizations to adapt. New skills are required to thrive not just survive.
The fundamental tenets of a good leader are to have self-knowledge and to act through self-awareness.
Today’s organizational leaders face tremendous stress exacerbated by technology. Internet, e-mail and cell phones have sped communications and expectations for higher productivity - to do more with less - leaving people frustrated, tired and un-well. This cycle of stress impacts well-being - rational intelligence to be sharp to analyse and make sound decisions as well on emotional intelligence – the ability to manage self and lead to create a positive and appreciative work culture.
Priority management imperative in a world of unparalleled disruptions
Unparalleled disruptions are the hallmark of the world today. How to meet urgent and previously unknown priorities that seem to exceed our capacity to manage? Successful leaders look beyond the momentous burdens that assail them towards the future.
Leadership is influence: One conversation at the time
The most successful executives lead through the power of influence. They inspire others to willingly implement their ideas.
Essential Coaching Skills for Leaders: Create awareness, purpose, competence & well-being
The Essential Coaching Skills for Leaders program is designed to equip all people leaders with the knowledge, skills and behaviours to be consistent, high quality leaders at their organization.
Leadership Risk Management
A company's success or failure depends on the leadership, and at the heart of leadership are the human factors. Companies take a huge risk on the human side of the equation because they cannot always predict how human beings will behave within an Organizational Behaviour landscape.
Managing in Times of Abrupt Disruptions 1: The Resilience Imperative
Most of the workforce in North America and elsewhere had to adjust literally overnight to work from home and all the challenges this created. Having adapted to this new way of working and living, the transition back to working at ‘the office’ will be no less challenging.