We’re at a pivotal time where businesses can truly effect positive change in the lives of their customers, especially as everyone navigates all of this uncertainty.
Phase II of the crisis is likely to be more chaotic and confusing than the work-from-home lockdown of the past few months. Leaders need to prepare their teams for the marathon that lies ahead.
Executive coach Alisa Cohn shares tips for making your new hire feel welcome.
The success of our businesses will largely be determined by our ability to let go of old assumptions and habits, many of which have served us well, and create the dynamic conditions that allow us to speak to our customers in ways that are personal and important to them.
While some industries have been harder hit than others, leaders in every industry face unprecedented challenges on multiple fronts including overall strategy, day-to-day management, forecasting and the wellbeing of their teams (and themselves).
“The path of least resistance is the path of the loser,” according to author H.G. Wells. Yet time and time again we see that humans are all guilty of opting for the easier path.
When things get tough, how we respond keeps the door open or closed. Thriving during a downturn requires a willingness to listen and experiment—and to hold no assumption as darling.