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The global COVID pandemic and associated disruptions have exposed, among other things, the need for strategic leadership at all levels - organizations, states, countries and globally. What are some initial lessons learned out of this malaise? Where are we seeing strategic leadership emerging that is worth emulating? When all the dust settles (i.e. the disease is contained, our economies are back on track, etc.) and we emerge from our cooped-up existence, what will we have learned that will help us retool our leadership theories and practice?
At its heart, every business is about solving a problem. Entrepreneurs find solutions to these problems and ways to bring those solutions to reality. During a pandemic, the problems change, but the approach does not. This session will explore how those problems have changed, where solutions might lie and what is needed to be a successful entrepreneur during this time.
The COVID pandemic has exposed a vulnerability that occurs from time-to-time in human history. It is a disruption to the “normal” order of close contact, business methodology and collaboration. As with other such disruptions, this one will change societal norms and create new opportunities and a changed business model. One need only look at the stocks of the exchanges to see the emergence of new players and the accelerated decline of old stalwarts. The same is true with the nonprofit sector. NPOs will need to adapt to a new way of doing business and changed opportunities of management and fundraising.
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