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“Leading Through Chaos: How to Build Trust in an Untrustworthy World”
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to penetrate our economies, and spirals from crisis into chaos, how can leaders become the trustworthy voice in the room for their stakeholders?
We are all crisis managers today, but as we are bombarded with multiple, intersecting crises and uncertainties – global pandemic, financial meltdown, soaring unemployment, market disruptions, continuing uncertainty, emotional hardship, and political dysfunction – crisis is turning into chaos.
And in chaos, all the rules can change.
Everyone is looking for the trustworthy voice to help guide them through the confusion. Even when you have bad news to deliver, what are the emerging best practices in how to build and maintain employee, customer, investor and public trust? How can you lead through chaos? How can you build trust in and lead through an untrustworthy world?
Hear from global crisis and reputation manager, and leadership coach to boards and C-Suite executives, Davia Temin, CEO of Temin and Company. A well-known leadership writer, formerly head of marketing for GE Capital, Schroders, and Citicorp Investment Bank, at Temin and Company Davia has worked with hundreds of corporate, diplomatic, college and university and non-profit leaders, over the last 20 years helping them to deal with crises both macro and micro. Her rules of crisis leadership, and now chaos leadership, have helped executives lead with integrity, compassion and business savvy through the toughest of times.
Davia Temin is interviewed by Janice Ellig of the Ellig Group.
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