Introducing A New Online Course – “Navigating the Crisis – and Beyond!”

10 June 2020

Uncertainty is at an unprecedented level. Are you sure you have the tools to navigate this crisis?

Are you sure your organization is ready for what’s to come?

Are you sure your leaders can drive transformational change?

As my way of helping you, on June 18th, 2020 I will be releasing a free, 4-hour, self-directed online course called “Navigating the Crisis – and Beyond!”

So keep an eye on your inbox, social media, or here on June 18th to access the course.


What do great leaders focus on at a time like this?

They make sure people are meaningfully occupied.

They give their people important things to do. They shape the focus of their people and make sure that purpose, that task, that thing that they’re doing is something that they can own and work with.


They understand that in a world of uncertainty and ambiguity, there’s a need to
experiment and, therefore, there are going to be failures.

Liberate the people in your organization and allow there to be very fast experimentation. Let this be a moment when they can innovative and let the creative juices flow, because there’s as good a chance that those experiments are going to work out as they’re going to fail, so you will be able to fail fast, learn from it, and move on.


They control the emotions and energy.

In any crisis, whether it’s in your personal life or in your business life, you need to take care of yourself. You need to make sure that the energy is not wasted on things that are not appropriate. You can’t allow your emotions to overcome you, you have to set the tone, you have to set an example. There are so many things you can do to calm people down. It doesn’t mean that things get easier, but it’s about conserving energy so you have enough when you really need it. And boy oh boy, you’re going to need it for sure.

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