Are you overwhelmed yet? I am. I’ll admit it, all of this constant new information, old information, changed information, what to do as a leader, as a business owner, as a consumer……It’s difficult to stay focused. Obviously, I don’t have all of the answers, but the best I can do is share the wise resources I find along the way. So, here’s my current list of helpful articles that you may find helpful for this month.

Leadership in a (Permanent) Crisis, Harvard Business Review

This article emphasizes that we won’t return to normal…we’ll be changed. And with that change, different leadership is needed.  They detail the process required for new leaders including

  • fostering adaptation
    • help your people develop new ways to thrive
  • embracing disequilibrium
    • help your people change without fighting, fleeing or freezing, and
  • generating leadership
    • giving your people opportunities to lead experiments at every level

Finding Complete Freedom in One Word, Denise Hedges

During such a time of uncertainty, it is so refreshing to read this and take some time to contemplate and validate that we all are perfectly where we are supposed to be. Take a read and enjoy the peace that comes with it.

5 Skills for Virtual Leadership that Inspires, S. Chris Edmonds

Chris Edmonds has numerous videos which you may find inspiring. In these days of virtual work, leaders are challenged in numerous ways to motivate their teams, hold them accountable, and keep them connected. This quick read and video gives you 5 practical behaviors to help.