When faced with a crisis, leaders must be able to remain calm, while adapting to unfamiliar circumstances. They may find themselves under pressure to make decisions quickly with limited or rapidly changing information. In short, it can be overwhelming.
Our current global situation has challenged all of us, but it’s forced business leaders to operate in unprecedented circumstances. With disruptions to the economy, business, and our personal lives, there’s never been a greater need for the emergence of effective and agile leaders.
To help you continue to move forward as individuals as well as organizations during this trying time, we’ve put together a free 30-minute webinar with advice for leading through a crisis. In this live online session, we’ll discuss the problems that erupt from a crisis, as well as the opportunities. We’ll also look at the importance of how leaders communicate during crises, and effective decision making.
About the speaker:
Jay W. Foreman is a John Maxwell-certified leadership trainer and coach. He is also an accomplished public speaker and a professional member of the National Speakers Association. His clients have included business leaders, associations, non-profits, schools, and churches. Jay has authored fourteen books, including three best sellers and works part-time as an adjunct instructor at Lord Fairfax Community College, teaching leadership courses. Additionally, he enjoys facilitating writing workshops at schools, Elementary through High School level. Jay lives in Winchester, VA with his wife Angie and children Kayla and Tyler. More information, including testimonials may be found at jaywforeman.com.