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Leadership in a crisis - Shared screen with speaker view
David Wilson
20:26
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Susan Houston
30:32
Are any of you moving into the adaptive phase yet or are we still all in the emergency stage of leadership?
Judene Edgar
31:41
Preparing shovel-ready projects to submit to government I found you had to think about the Adaptive Phase rather than submit "same old".
Susan Houston
32:27
Good example Judene
Francis Pauwels
32:47
Yes, particularly in the 3 key sectors locally - Forestry/Logging, Dairy/Primary and Tourism. Finding some good leaders also in those sectors not the ‘role holders’ BTW.
Susan Houston
33:31
Good distinction Francis.
Tania Burt
33:37
Good question Susan...tourism leaders need to be moving into that next phase and soon...destination recovery planning and collaboration has started so adaptive has arrived in the North
Susan Houston
36:59
I wonder what Nick thinks about how a crisis tests a leader i.e if his/her leadership is already under pressure, did the GFC study help identify how many were still leaders at the end of the GFC?
Susan Houston
40:55
Also if you have a mix of people/teams, some are in emergency mode and others are in adaptive mode how do you deal with that as a leader.
Tania Burt
46:39
Good question David...the context is around influence and all people have a sphere and can contribute positively if allowed space to
David Wilson
55:14
other questions team??
Francis Pauwels
56:38
Nick, suggestions for dealing with the coalition of the un-willing?
Blair Simm
57:00
In an EDA context, do we see our role is to be leaders or rather to facilitate effective leadership from industry/community/interested parties
Julian Moore
01:02:35
The style/skills required in the crisis and adaptive phases are quite different. Do you find that some leaders who are strong in the crisis phase struggle to be as effective in the adaptive phase?
Susan Houston
01:02:57
Great question Julian
JLL iPhone
01:11:11
Thank you Nick and David
Gerard Martin
01:11:49
thanks for that Nick, David and Susan - great session!