As we seek to navigate these uncharted waters of change, the unequivocal presence and impact of our entirely-human unconscious biases, become collectively more pronounced.
Hard decisions need to be made, never more so than during a crisis. How leaders face these decisions today will likely define their individual leadership brand for many years to come. In the short term, it will test their mettle, and whether they have got what it takes to steer their countries or their companies out of this crisis in the best possible conditions.
In the new circumstances facing our world, our communities, our workplaces and our families aren’t we all experiencing a range of emotions other than joy and happiness? How do we process these emotions? How do we communicate how we feel? How do we get the help and support we need?
Here is some simple and powerful advice to ensure better remote meetings, enabling executives to be more productive and impactful, both internally and with clients.
Our relationship with, and management of, stress has perhaps never been more important in recent history. A big differentiator now is that it is the same stressor at the boardroom table as at the family dinner table.