When this pandemic is over, what then? The world is changing. Your organization is changing. Your people are changing. You as the leader need to capture the positive aspects of what we are learning from this experience.
The nation is going through a tough time; everyone is being affected by this pandemic. While trying to deal with uncertain finances and an uncertain future, it is also important for you as leader to take care of yourself and your employees. While you are leading your team and business through this uncharted territory, it’s essential that you maintain
Brenda and her family were finally able to take their once-in-a-lifetime trip to Alaska. They flew to Anchorage, spent a few days in Denali and boarded a bus headed toward the cruise that would complete their adventure. The first few days of the trip exceeded their expectations, but as is sometimes the case, unforeseen events upset their well-planned trip.
This pandemic has many of us remembering the shock and response to 9/11: both unforeseen events have changed the way things happen in our world. Barbara Corcoran, millionaire real estate broker and Shark Tank star learned a few lessons after nearly going broke after 9/11. “When things go south, they often come back like gangbusters.”
My nephew Charlie is 28, smart as a whip and autistic. He lives with his brother James. When life throws him a curve-ball and his schedule is disrupted, he becomes agitated, out of sorts and hard to communicate with. Last week, the family returned from a long-anticipated vacation. They have had to self-quarantine. Charlie is consumed with worry about the