We learn a lot from our clients. We apply those lessons learned across industries. Conversely, our clients learn a lot from us. Our clients benefit from our voracious appetite for devouring what’s moving the world. Hence, the tagline on this series Coronavirus Crisis Insights: “We Solve Client Problems. You Benefit From The Experience.”
This week we found three podcasts offering extremely valuable insights to leading during crisis. We list them here and a little about each episode to peak your interest. Let us know if you found these valuable.
Three Big Points is a quick-hitting podcast from MIT Sloane Management Review. Fast. Insightful. Perfect for the executive seeking ideas relevant to what’s happening in the world.
This episode Leading Through Crisis Day by Day is on point for today’s COVID-19 crisis.
Three Big Points is the podcast you need to stay at the top of your game as a business leader. This short podcast presents mold-breaking ideas from leading academics, researchers, and executives who are blazing new trails in today’s continually changing, technology-fueled world. Three Big Points is hosted by MIT SMR’s editor in chief Paul Michelman.
The New CCO Podcast is a production of the Arthur W. Page Society. Hosted by Eliot Mizrachi, this episode explores It is not when we go back to work, but how with Bob Feldman, Vice Chair of ICF Next. Continuing their series on the COVID-19 crisis and its implications, many companies are now looking to the future, including when and how employees will return to workplaces. Bob Feldman, Vice Chair of ICF Next, explores the question of how we get back to work, from implementing policies and guidelines that ensure workplace safety to the broader, potentially lasting impact on corporate culture.
Page’s membership consists of chief communications officers (CCOs) of global Fortune-ranked corporations and leading nonprofits, the CEOs of the world’s foremost public relations agencies, and distinguished academics from top business and communications schools.
Finally, The Executive Consult Podcast hosted Make-A-Wish Wisconsin’s CEO Patti Gorsky and Marketing Communications Director Forrest Doolen. They discussed with show host, Karl Robe, how COVID-19 crashed their biggest fundraising event of the year and how they adapted and overcame to make it a virtual success. (Pun intended.) One might portray them as the nonprofit equivalent of the U.S. Marine Corps. for their ability to achieve an objective in the face of adversity. A truly inspiring story, organization and leadership team! The Executive Consult is produced by strategic communication firm Karl James & Company.