Special Edition Podcast: Adaptive Leadership Skills for the Current World We’re In

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Over the past few months, COVID-19 has created historic disruptions and changes to the way we work and live – on a local, regional, national, and even international scale. Our challenge as leaders is to continue to apply the appropriate adaptive leadership skills in order to lead our teams and organizations from the front. Let’s get together and keep figuring this out.


This informative and useful podcast will discuss specific tools you can apply right away to build team cohesion, nurture trust, enhance communication, and get things done — despite the physical separation many of us are still operating in.

This podcast was recorded at the end of March 2020, when a lot of this was new to all of us, and I think we all felt a bit stunned.

Even though we are getting used to these changes, I think you’ll find that there are still some things that are worth listening (and re-listening) to in here. The Leadership Principles that underlie what’s discussed in the podcast will always apply, regardless of how our circumstances change.

Finally, if anyone is struggling with finding ways to keep moving forward, or if you simply want to discuss the adaptive leadership skills discussed in this piece, feel free to get in touch with me. I’d be happy to help you assess your options on how to best lead your team — as we continue to adapt to a situation where ‘remote’ teams will likely remain a significant component of businesses into the future.

Here is the podcast:


To download the transcript of this podcast, filled with useful links, click here.

To download the worksheet that accompanies this podcast, click here.

(This post is based on our previous post of this podcast from April 2020)
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