The Road to Recovery
Workshop Reflections (1)
We heard a lot of inspiring stories, and there were great tips shared, on how to balance #strategyexecution and long-range #planning against short term uncertainty.
The thing that probably struck me the most, was the common threads of #leadership experience. The organisations represented were very diverse. Large or small, high-tech or more traditional.
Whatever the situation, it seems Australians quickly united to face the external disruptions, adapting quickly to new ways of working.
Workshop Relections (2)
We covered a lot of ground in this session, with a strong focus this time on investing for the future. Not just infrastructure, but procurement, people’s skills, building a collaborative #culture, and supporting mental health and wellbeing.
Reflecting on our recent sessions, there have been some remarkable efforts to adapt to the current situation. There is still short-term uncertainty, but the big picture goals remain the same for many organisations.
When change is temporary, community and workplace expectations can move rapidly. There is a level of expectation that things will return to familiar patterns. Leaders may need to shift those expectations.
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