In this episode, Amy speaks with Dr. Dennis Jaffe, an organizational consultant, clinical psychologist, and one of the leading thinkers on how multi-generational families can enhance governance and empower next-generation leadership.
As of the week of April 6, there continue to be diverse opinions among leaders within the United States on which policies and procedures will provide both a safe environment for employees and allow productivity to return to levels that are closer to those generated before the COVID-19 crisis.
In this collection of insights and ideas, learn about the strategies for managing and leading through the COVID-19 crisis. The insights will help you lead through and beyond the crisis, dealing with the immediate issues and looking toward the opportunities for recovery.
In light of COVID-19 and state and local stay-at-home orders, many businesses have greatly increased the number of remote workers. Firsttime remote workers—and some seasoned remote workers—need to be aware of hidden pitfalls in the gadgets and apps they are using while working from home.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant burdens for employers and employees alike. While some businesses struggle to survive, others are fortunate enough to be in a position to help employees as they face hardships created by the crisis.
The unprecedented speed, intensity, and uncertainty of COVID-19 has created a host of new and complex challenges for wealthy families that are playing out across both financial and family dynamics. There's no doubt it is a financial and business challenge, but it is also a very human one.
Given the far-reaching business impacts of measures already taken to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus, many companies are looking to their insurance policies for potential responses to the ongoing financial loss.