In times like these, it’s important for leaders to stay cool under pressure, make the right decisions for all stakeholders, and then execute those decisions effectively. But uncertainty lies at the heart of the coronavirus crisis, so what exactly are leaders to do?
Due to overwhelming demand, these webinars will recur weekly on Fridays. Our next session will be held for those that missed former presentations who want to revisit key insights, ask questions and receive timely updates.
Join Dr. David Rock and Dr. Kamila Sip as they examine the psychological impact this pandemic is having on leaders and employees. Our hosts will identify the big decisions leaders need to make, how to offset threats and keep people engaged, the opportunities that exist to make virtual work a reliable (and maybe even superior) alternative, and more.
If you joined us last time, return for a refresh and invite your colleagues to join you by forwarding this link.
This webinar is co-promoted by two great organizations:
The American Sustainable Business Council: A coalition of business organizations and companies advancing market solutions and policies that support a vibrant, just and sustainable economy.
The Cloud Institute For Sustainability Education: An organization who prepares school systems and their communities to educate for a sustainable future.
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET
Dr. David Rock
Director & CEO, NLI
David coined the term "NeuroLeadership". He is a business best-selling author, thought leader, and director of the NeuroLeadership Institute. NLI is a global initiative bringing neuroscientists and top executives together to build a new science for leadership development, and assisting large organizations in operationalizing neuroscience research to develop better leaders and managers.
Dr. Kamila Sip
Director of Neuroscience Research, NLI
Dr. Sip is a neuroscientist with expertise in decision making, unconscious bias, and change management. At NLI, she manages the implementation of science-based content into NLI’s solutions, ensuring that rigorous scientific findings are translated in a digestible and actionable manner. She has been invited to write for Scientific American and contributes to magazines like Harvard Business Review and Quartz.