Build Sustainability and Inclusiveness Into Your Organization’s Recovery Plan
During the pandemic, much changed in the way we think of equity...
Most people don’t set out to become project managers. Often, they are chosen for the role because of their expertise in a particular field or the position they hold, and bringing a project to completion can be a trying – and costly – exercise. Learning the basics of managing projects will help make the process […]Posted on
Facilitator Wissam AlHussaini talks about his session for Building Back Better: A Leadership Bootcamp for a Sustainable Recovery, a five-session series to prepare leaders to lead their enterprise post-pandemic. Scheduled for Day 2, this two-hour session will be about planning your recovery strategy using a framework of key points to help you make sense of […]Posted on
Strategic thinking often confuses people when the annual exercise of mission statements or forward-planning takes place. The most asked question is, ‘what’s the difference between tactics and strategy?’ One tried and true definition is: tactics are about doing things right; strategy is about doing the right thing. There have always been many reasons to develop […]Posted on
‘You couldn’t take it personally, that was just the way it was.’ In an interview with Linda Irvine, co-creator of SEEC’s Leadership for Women program, Sheila Baird described how she remembered being proud when membership in the Women’s Financial Association she was head of reached 100 members. Today, many decades later the association has thousands […]Posted on
During the pandemic, much changed in the way we think of equity and how different communities have been affected by the virus’s social and economic impact. By focusing on the resources, leadership tools and frameworks you need to lead a successful recovery, the return to a new normal can be more inclusive and sustainable. To […]Posted on