Reset Your Organization for a Post-COVID Future: Steps for Achieving Long-Term Success

reset your organization for a post COVID future

On Demand

Duration: 1 hour

About the Webinar

Earlier this year we offered advice in a white paper about how to respond to the COVID crisis in the short-term and how to prepare for what would be needed next to achieve long-term success. Now, months later, there is hope for a vaccine, but no clear answer on when the world will return to normal, whatever the new normal might be.

In this webinar, we reprise the advice to take care of your people, your stakeholders, and the future, while addressing what’s changed. While we’re still in the midst of the storm, it’s clear that digital communication will be a larger part of our businesses and our lives, resilience will be required to achieve long-term success, organizations will need to evolve their culture to align with the effects the pandemic has had on their people and customers, and deep change for many will no longer be a choice but an imperative.

Finally, on an optimistic note, we urge you to begin thinking now about how you will deal with the pent-up demand for your product and services in a post-COVID world. The worst may not be over, but there will be a bright future for those who survive and position themselves to bounce back.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How companies are experimenting with taking digital transformation farther than they ever imagined;
  • Our latest thinking on how to build the resilience you need as a leader, and in your organization, to get through what still lies ahead;
  • What’s required for a company to fully recover from a serious downturn; and
  • How to start thinking about your priorities for the next 6 months, since what you do now will be critical for your long-term success

About the Presenters

Headshot of Elisa Mallis, VP of CCL APAC

Elisa Mallis
Managing Director and Vice President, Asia-Pacific APAC
Center for Creative Leadership

Elisa is our Managing Director and Vice President, Asia-Pacific. In her role, she leads our efforts in SE Asia, India, North Asia, and Australia to accelerate the leadership development and results of clients throughout the region, from multi-national corporations and government agencies to domestic organizations, while also contributing significantly to our global research agenda. Elisa has over 20 years of experience as a business leader with a focus on transformational change, human capital strategy, and sales and marketing. She has spent 14 of those years based in Asia (Beijing, Sydney, and Singapore). Prior to joining us, Elisa served as Mainland China Director and Head of Executive Development for Management Development Services (MDS), a talent development firm focused on Greater China.

Bill Pasmore

William Pasmore
Senior Vice President
Center for Creative Leadership

William (Bill) is our Senior Vice President and Advisor to CEOs, Boards, and Senior Teams. In this role, Bill leads our efforts to help clients develop leadership strategies that their organizations can use to transform their leadership cultures and capabilities. Before joining us, Bill was a partner in the Corporate Learning & Organizational Development Practice of the consulting firm Oliver Wyman Delta. As a thought leader in the field of organization development, Bill has published 25 books and numerous articles, including The Board’s New Roles in Succession Planning, How to Make Sure Your Next CEO is a Winner, Choosing the Best Next CEO, Designing Effective Organizations, Creating Strategic Change, Research in Organization Change and Development, and Relationships that Enable Enterprise Change.

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