Leadership Skills for Uncertain Times (Part 4)

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COVID-19+++ Uncertainties

Dealing with Uncertainties

Don’t focus on the short term

Taking the long view

Start with Why

What Hasn’t Changed

  • As a result of COVID-19 enforced isolation, panellists felt that board decision making has become more agile and collaboration is thriving. Business segments not previously viable are now new frontiers.
  • However, there’s danger that working digitally may be causing loss of professional peripheral vision, and conquering the new frontiers requires more than a business model realignment, it requires people being equipped to lead in a new way.
  • The notion that the CEO’s job is to make as much money as possible for the company is well and truly gone. The notion that we’re responsible for each other, that we do and want to care for each other has arrived.

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Lina Wynn

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Change Maker I Strategist I Consultant who’s passionate about transformation and hosts online conversations and meditation classes at https://www.circulo.space/

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