Managing through a Pandemic: Leading & Learning with the Brain in Mind
Webinar Leadership Series | Episode 9
Session Date: April 28, 2020 | View Recording
The most recent pandemic has materially changed the way we think, feel and live. Many leaders are in “survival” mode, preoccupied with defending their companies and employees from disruption and potentially damaging financial consequences. In this new psychological, social and financial environment, how can leaders distinguish themselves and inspire their teams to succeed and thrive?
In this webinar, Duke CE Global Managing Director of Innovation and New Commercial Models Mike Canning interviews CEO of NeuroBusiness Group Dr. Srini Pillay on the following questions:
- Why is pandemic anxiety different in how it affects leaders?
- Why does creativity matter more than ever on virtual teams, and how can you enhance this?
- Should the pandemic change how we think about learning strategies for leaders and their teams?
- Why are employees more at risk for burnout than they have ever been, and what can organizations do about this to ensure operational efficiency?
Dr. Srini Pillay
Dr. Srini Pillay is CEO of NeuroBusiness Group, voted one of the top 20 movers and shakers in leadership development in the world by Training Industry. A Harvard-trained psychiatrist and brain researcher, Dr. Pillay is former Director of Outpatient Anxiety Disorders at Harvard’s McLean Hospital, certified master executive coach, member of a US think tank on Disasters and The World, and Duke CE faculty in the Leading Through the Pandemic Era virtual offering.
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