John Baldoni, MCEC

Leading in an Upside-Down World

June 3 | 4:00pm EDT

With the world turned upside down due to the pandemic, the economic crisis, and the spotlight on racial injustice, we are feeling pressures we never felt before. While there are no easy answers to the challenges in front of us, it is necessary to seek solutions for our organizations, our families, and ourselves.

Leaders have the unique challenge of looking out for the needs of people in the organization. Doing so they challenge assumptions, seek input from others, listen fiercely and work hard to ensure that the organization survives and eventually thrive.

A crisis can bring out the best in leaders; they must rise to the challenge of a world turned upside down. The very best leaders do this by leveraging their purpose with their sense of grace. 

Leaders need to demonstrate resilience in the face of adversity, provide clarity in times of uncertainty, and deliver hope when fear abounds. And do it all with a sense of grace that reflects humility, empathy, and respect for others.

Presentation Takeaways

John Baldoni reveals how leaders use the concept of grace to help us learn, grow and fulfill the “greater good.” The presentation explores three concepts:

  • Take Care of Your Team 
  • Take Care of Yourself 
  • Prepare for What’s Next