Resilience in the Face of Crisis
How to Develop Resilience in the Face of Crisis
Are you responsible for or involved in leading a company through the COVID19 crisis and recovery?
Do you carry a burden that most people do not realize - the burden of keeping your company alive, providing for your team, and overcoming feelings of helplessness to make good decisions?
Yes, these are incredibly difficult times for many.
But you don’t have the luxury of sitting back and seeing how or when this will blow over. As a leader, you must meet this one full-on…it’s the price of leading. It’s not about being comfortable or whether you like it.
Your company may be on the verge of survival.
You may feel like you are stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Customers cannot pay…. vendors cannot deliver…… nothing seems certain.
To come out on top, you will have to re-negotiate many of your agreements.
Here’s what you can expect:
Come and find out what has worked for other team leaders, executives, and professionals.
Expect to actively engage with each other. Much of the value will be generated through discussions and sharing, not just a monologue from Bernice or Allan.
Expect to collaborate with other professionals just like you to share strategies and tactics for effective communication, negotiation, and lead through this crisis.
It doesn’t end with this event. Not only will you learn some practical skills for navigating through or around this crisis, but you’ll also get to build your network virtually, learn how to provide leadership to your team, and emerge through this as a stronger leader.
Our mission is simple
Helping leaders navigate through crisis.
Bernice helps entrepreneurs who feel tired and stressed out to be more happy, balanced, and ready to take their businesses to the next level. Her approach incorporates the latest developments in neuroscience, emotional intelligence and business etiquette. She has personally taught 2,800+ participants. Previously, she was a human resources manager in the U.S. and Asia, and holds degrees from Yale and Cornell.
Allan helps business leaders and professionals excel in negotiation in order to build strong agreements that do not fall apart easily. He teaches, trains, and coach a process-driven negotiation system that is based on neuroscience. This system enables students to: gain the confidence needed to face any negotiation, no matter how emotional or complex; manage their emotions more effectively in the face of crisis; turn adversaries into allies; and get more of what they want without unnecessary compromises. He has been personally coached and mentored by the Late Jim Camp, author of “Start with No”, and Gary Noesner, Chief FBI Crisis Negotiation Unit (Ret.), author of “Stalling for Time”.