The COVID-19 virus has slowed and even halted the day-to-day operations of many organizations around the world. While some countries and industries have been impacted more than others, self isolation and quarantine still allow many to work remotely. It's important to remember that many people don't have the ability to work at all right now, so the ones that can work remotely are the lucky ones.
Although some professionals, like Bill Gates, have stated that we need to be prepared for the next global pandemic, the swift spread of COVID-19 and cascading global impacts were unexpected. After an abundance of COVID-19 related deaths in China, medical systems collapsing in Italy, and expert recommendations to flatten the curve, many businesses have shifted to remote work, are operating in a limited capacity, or have had to close their doors.
On March 18th at 9:00 AM PST/ 12 PM EST, we'll be hosting a live webinar along with 40 Strategy CEO, Carl Cox. Because the affects of the virus are being felt around the world, the theme of this webinar will be Executing Strategy in a Time of Uncertainty.
What we'll cover:
- How to manage and execute your plan during unpredictable times
- Best practices on goal setting
- How to help your team accomplish their goals and win
Register below, and we hope to see you there!
The Association for Strategic Planning will be hosting their annual conference in beautiful Whistler, British Columbia for 2020. Over the course of May 13th through 15th, including one pre-conference day and two full conference days, strategic planning executives, business owners, consultants and thought leaders will be coming together to share what they've learned.
On this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we're joined Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, CEO of Disaster Avoidance Experts LLC and author of Never Go With Your Gut: How Pioneering Leaders Make the Best Decisions and Avoid Business Disasters.
Onboarding new employees is a massive investment for your company.
Employees who have a great onboarding experience are nearly 70% more likely to stay with their employers for at least three years, making professional training firms well-worth the investment.
Aviv was born and raised in Israel, and was originally trained to fly supersonic jets in the Israeli Airforce. Since then, he has spent three decades gaining valuable experience working on the executive leadership teams of Fortune 500 companies.
Throughout his work, he's learned that a room full of extremely smart individuals can still produce dysfunction and stupidity. His experience has also helped him realize his passion for helping people unleash their joint capabilities so they're able to create more than the sum of their individual parts.
Listen to my full conversation with Aviv below: