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Lynne Brown
43:58
Joining from the Kansas City area. I work primarily with nonprofits and government agencies and the crisis has underscored the importance of collaboration—organizations are “letting go” of some programs/services as they are forced to sharpen the focus of what they do/provide due to reduced resources (grants, philanthropy). They are seeing in real time the importance/value of working with others to ensure community needs are met.
Antonia Ferrier
44:03
How much despite the VUCA conditions being preached for three decades, who very unprepared we are for a true disruption.
Antonia Ferrier
44:21
*how
Antonia Ferrier
44:51
Warm greetings from the Caribbean, to all, direct from Trinidad and Tobago!
Antonia Ferrier
45:58
1.3 million of us but we are everywhere!
Ryan Schmelz
46:10
In Reston, VA watching people walk on the forest in our back yard
Leslie Boyer
46:32
I've been touched by how hungry people are for connection and how creative people are becoming to support one another and take care of each other. Hello from Santa Barbara, CA!
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
47:00
WHERE YOU ARE FRO,M AND ONE THING YOU HAVE LEARNED FROM COVID-19?
jean-michel popa
47:04
Hello we all need some more anticipation to face what is probable, even if we can still be admirative of the rapide adaptation.
Lori Brooke
47:15
Hello from San Francisco! I realize how much we filled our lives with unnecessary, never-ending deadlines. And most important, I am so pleased to see our environment actually being able to refresh itself.
Daniel Forrester
47:44
Hello— I am from THRUUE consulting. I have learned from Covid that it has reset leadership assumptions and constrcuts in a primal way. The future “Desired” culture of every organization is being redefined before our eyes.
Jihad Mohammad
47:52
Hello From Saudi Arabia !
Mark Nagel
47:57
Mark from San Francisco. State and local governments from across the country have implemented a variety of responses to the crisis. Unfortunately, failed government responses are being measured not by poor financial performance, but by lives lost.
Patricia Murillo
48:34
Lots of learning over the last few weeks. On a personal level, slowing down and intentionally connecting to all sorts of people from different parts of life - an unexpected gift. On a professional level, adjusting to new ways of working and holding the ways I'm comfortable working with a lighter touch.
Pamela Stambaugh
49:12
San Diego - I like bing home, having slower pace and I need to reinvent myself AGAIN. Back into strategic planning and need to get back into the association...
Melissa Henderson
49:40
I am here
Adam Boone
50:03
Hi Adam Boone here from Pittsburgh, Pa. I have learned that it’s entirely possible to maintain and enhance our business relationships using remote working technologies. I have worked remotely for the past 15 years. But I have been pleased to see how many people who are new to it have adapted to the new normal of remote working.
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
50:13
WHERE YOU ARE FRO,M AND ONE THING YOU HAVE LEARNED FROM COVID-19?
joedsims
50:27
Hello from Austin, Texas
Daniel Forrester
51:15
Hello— I am from THRUUE consulting. I have learned from Covid that it has reset leadership assumptions and constrcuts in a primal way. The future “Desired” culture of every organization is being redefined before our eyes.
Mike Schmidtmann
51:56
Threat / Opportunity are two sides of the same coin
Thomas Berray
52:23
From Washington, DC area. I am hearing from a number of companies that are rethinking their commercial real estate needs. If this actually translates to a significant reduction in commercial real estate then this will have a material impact on the severity of the recession and the length of time for the economic recovery.
Thomas Berray
53:03
It's just what I'm hearing.
Lgardner
53:17
Lisa from Fort Wayne Indiana. We are recognizing the value of frontline workers, who are often underpaid workers.
Angela Dunz
53:23
Hello from West Marin! I am in Woodacre, CA. I have learned to value my business relationship in a new way. I am so fortunate in that my connections are "glass half full" people. So ideal in times of crisis. Roll up your sleeves and create the "New Normal"
Steven Kirch
54:57
Hello from Livermore, CA! I have learned that we all come together as a community when there is a real need.
Jeff Doucette
54:59
Hi Peter! Jessica is here too.
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
58:03
WHERE YOU ARE FRO,M AND ONE THING YOU HAVE LEARNED FROM COVID-19?
Diana Balan
59:08
Hello from Illinois!
Mazen Dauleh / Vision SMC
59:34
Qatar. The world can work virtually, which makes all professionals capable of doing work anywhere. Humanity has finally became one village.
Jihad Mohammad
01:00:29
Hi from Saudi Arabia, The new situation allowed me to truly reflect on the agony of other people such as Syria. We still have EVERYTHING but I cannot imagine myself losing everything like what happened to Syrians.
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:05:00
HOW OFTEN DO INITIATIVES BECOME BENEFITS AS DESCRIBED?
Steven Kirch
01:05:22
never
Adam Boone
01:05:24
Exactly zero times
Mark Nagel
01:05:27
In your framework, where do the leaders evaluate performance, learn, and make adjustments?
Lori Brooke
01:05:30
It depends on the players.
Paul- The Light Digital
01:05:34
There is always a Geschrei
Mazen Dauleh / Vision SMC
01:05:44
seldom. particularly if the consulting is from outsiders.
jie li
01:05:45
often do not communicate clearly
Abeni James
01:05:45
I've never seen it
Roderick Walker
01:07:02
We did exactly this at Knightsbridge Solutions during the dot.com bust. The result was a flat year in revenues and the highest profitability we ever had. The next year we grew by 100%.
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:10:00
FACEBOOK: WHAT?
Antonia Ferrier
01:10:07
social connection
Dawn Rhine
01:10:10
connection
Lori Brooke
01:10:14
Ads - LOL
Robin DiGiammarino
01:10:14
social connections
Glen M.
01:10:16
Sense of community
Jihad Mohammad
01:10:17
A social platform
Paul- The Light Digital
01:10:22
Perceived Social Connection and a great ad channek
Ced
01:10:23
Info
jean-michel popa
01:10:25
information about others
Steven Kirch
01:10:25
a place to advertise
Jihad Mohammad
01:10:27
Wasting our time
JDREY
01:10:31
individual voice
Adam Boone
01:10:33
News
Dawn Rhine
01:10:36
information sharing
Daniel Forrester
01:10:41
Targeted advertising
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:10:46
FACEBOOK: for WHO?
jie li
01:10:50
advertising opportunity
jie li
01:10:58
sorry, for what
Lori Brooke
01:11:02
public
Antonia Ferrier
01:11:04
anyone with an internet connection
Dawn Rhine
01:11:11
whoever wants to connect
Harold Tarbell
01:11:13
Individuals, businesses, hackers
Mark Nagel
01:11:15
public: establish connections
jie li
01:11:16
consumers
Jihad Mohammad
01:11:17
People + Companies
Lori Brooke
01:11:18
russians
Margaret Huang
01:11:20
Companies who want data.
Mark Nagel
01:11:28
advertisers: targets for messages
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:11:33
FACEBOOK: WHYPAY FOR IT?
Adam Boone
01:11:44
Members of interconnected and overlapping communities
jie li
01:11:44
access to eyeballs
Antonia Ferrier
01:11:46
accessibility
Steven Kirch
01:11:50
knowledge and information
Adam Boone
01:12:16
businesses
Patricia Murillo
01:12:21
businesses
Angela Dunz
01:12:21
businesses
Dawn Rhine
01:12:30
advertisers
Patricia Murillo
01:12:35
governments!
Antonia Ferrier
01:12:39
users pay with their data, business pay for ads
Steven Kirch
01:12:49
access to eyeballs
BEK/ LTA
01:12:50
channel
Angela Dunz
01:12:53
branding, awareness, clicks
Daniel Forrester
01:12:53
Why:a 1 to 1 message platform
Paul- The Light Digital
01:12:57
Targeted Audience
Margaret Huang
01:12:57
Market segments
Steven Kirch
01:13:01
eyeballs
Jihad Mohammad
01:13:02
Easily targeting people
Adam Boone
01:13:04
access to fine grained demographic groups with affinity for their offers
Antonia Ferrier
01:16:38
so is this like just working out true customer value proposition?
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:16:42
HOW MANY ARROWS HEADING UP AND TO THE RIGHT?
Dawn Rhine
01:16:47
3
JDREY
01:16:48
4
ronald bango
01:16:50
three
Patricia Murillo
01:16:51
4
Adam Boone
01:16:56
4
Jihad Mohammad
01:16:57
4
Dawn Rhine
01:17:08
the outline--ah!
jie li
01:17:09
the three combinedd
Jihad Mohammad
01:17:38
Synergy
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:17:40
HOW DECIDE HOW TO LEAD?
Steven Kirch
01:18:27
what fits their personality
Angela Dunz
01:18:35
Focusing on Strengths
Daniel Forrester
01:18:43
based on how they were treated in the past— they mirror what they saw
Jihad Mohammad
01:18:46
Context
Lynne Brown
01:18:48
past experience
Dawn Rhine
01:18:55
depends on the situation
Mary
01:19:05
driven by outcome desired
Harold Tarbell
01:19:13
Many don’t decide they just do the habitual
Jihad Mohammad
01:19:17
Personal Traits + Context
Antonia Ferrier
01:19:24
most default to their inherent personality, unless there is strong training that allows them to make a conscious choice as to what style is appropriate for the situation.
Roderick Walker
01:19:31
Match the leadership style to those who to be led and what will work the best to achieve the goals.
jie li
01:27:17
need to follow up on deliverables
Steven Kirch
01:34:52
am I allowed to share this with the ED of a non-profit where I'm on the board?
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:36:16
LEARNING COMMUNITY REGISTRATION LINK: https://intelliven.com/intelliven-learning-community-online-session/
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:37:18
MtL IMMERSION COHORT INFO AND REGISTRATION LINK: https://intelliven.com/mtl-immersion-program/
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:38:24
PIP INFO AND LINK: https://intelliven.com/service_areas/process-improvement-program/
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:39:09
Steve K.. We have had several non-profits participate so yes, please share!
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:39:52
VALUE CREATION PROGRAM INFO AND LINK: https://intelliven.com/service_areas/private-equity-partner-support-program/
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:45:14
REFLECTIONS? COMMENTS? QUESTIONS?
Antonia Ferrier
01:45:31
Is this a stand alone model, or is it integratible with other strategic planning / execution management tools?
Antonia Ferrier
01:48:11
Great.
Jihad Mohammad
01:48:46
How did you handle corporate culture in your model.
Jihad Mohammad
01:49:46
I am so eager to go through your model in details
Dawn Rhine
01:51:05
@Jihad--appreciate your question about culture
Jihad Mohammad
01:52:51
According to McKinsey 70% strategies fail because of organizational design. How did you encompass this in your model? Are you following any model within your model?
Mazen Dauleh / Vision SMC
01:55:11
how much does this cost in a normal case for a company to use your services to do it. How does that compare to other consulting companies offering similar services from the major consulting firms.
Dawn Rhine
01:56:26
Can you change to presentation mode?
Dawn Rhine
01:56:41
Hard to see/read the slide
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
01:57:14
https://bit.ly/2JDF4M
Margaret Huang
01:58:00
Joyce your survey link is not working.
Joyce Reynolds-Sinclair
02:00:23
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeFJP7LDDABcpV1ljDxqSJHFAHSE0d4F--UJwLtFgUn0-ka7g/viewform\
Peter DiGiammarino
02:00:54
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeFJP7LDDABcpV1ljDxqSJHFAHSE0d4F--UJwLtFgUn0-ka7g/viewform?usp=sf_link
Mazen Dauleh / Vision SMC
02:01:02
worked.