Humanitarian Lynne Twist introduced me to a key distinction long ago between taking a position and taking a stand: One calls up opposition, the other a brave, bold commitment to act with purpose.
While the challenges are unprecedented, remember that you actually know how to drive even though the road looks different.
The conversation started innocuously. Then my friend blurted out a statement that I could tell she regretted. Maybe there was even surprise that she thought it. If that conversation happened now, here is what I would have done.
The SEC institutes new workforce disclosure rules for publicly-traded companies, recognizing that human capital is the primary driver of value.
The Nebo Company stands as an organization of conscience in solidarity with Black communities and others around the world to condemn the structural, systemic and institutional racism and violence in the United States that has taken countless lives.
As we rapidly re-define a new way of being together, there is an opportunity to build an intentional virtual culture. The structures we put in place now open up the possibility of a new culture taking root.
We are living, leading, and working in unprecedented times. View our four-part webinar series that examines strategies for connection, teamwork, trust, resilience and productivity that can strengthen culture and commitment.
While organizations address challenges, change, and hardship at a pace and scale that is new, the approach to leadership that is needed is understood.
Leadership during times of chaos feels like leading without a roadmap. It’s during these times we should look at adaptive leadership approaches.
Working in a remote capacity is not as simple as taking home your laptop and doing everything you’d do in an office.