Month: April 2020

Zoom is Like a New Lover – Thrilling and Idealized

We are so fortunate that we can stay connected via video conferencing these days. This unprecedented time of social distancing would be so much more difficult without this medium. Despite the enormous disaster of COVID-19, for many of us, some semblance of our daily lives has been able to continue. Via video, we are able to … Continue reading Zoom is Like a New Lover – Thrilling and Idealized MORE >

20/20 Hindsight: If you had known this was coming, what would you have done differently in your business to prepare?

This is the fourth in a series of questions I am asking to help us pause for a moment to notice what we are learning about ourselves and our organizations.  There is no doubt that the next disruptive change will be different than this one.  That is what will make it disruptive. Nonetheless, it is … Continue reading 20/20 Hindsight: If you had known this was coming, what would you have done differently in your business to prepare? MORE >

What has been your superpower in adjusting to the disruption that the pandemic has visited upon us?

This is the third in a series of questions I am asking to help us pause for a moment to notice what we are learning about ourselves and our organizations.  A crisis of this magnitude challenges us – some of us to our very core as we face the loss of loved ones, acquaintances – … Continue reading What has been your superpower in adjusting to the disruption that the pandemic has visited upon us? MORE >

What has surprised you?

This is the second in a series of questions I am asking to help us pause for a moment to notice what we are learning about ourselves and our organizations. If you are interested, here is a link back to the first question. We are facing unprecedented challenges today as we navigate through this pandemic. Challenges … Continue reading What has surprised you? MORE >

What are you learning?

Even as we endeavor to survive this pandemic –  to see that people have the basic necessities of life, to keep as many healthy as we can and save those who fall ill, it is important to record what we are learning about ourselves, our organizations, and our society. But it is difficult to take … Continue reading What are you learning? MORE >