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Developing Leadership Endurance - Shared screen with speaker view
Danny Lee
16:46
Hi everyone! Greetings from Singapore!
Chris Goris
17:39
Welcome to the webinar. Joe and I will be monitoring the chat throughout the session. Feel free to put an comments here. If you have any questions for our panel pop them in the Q&A box
Chris Goris
19:21
BE sure to select all panellist and attendees for your responses so that you share your insights with the group and the audience.
Selena Turner
19:58
connection to people gives energy; too much tech depletes energy
Lily Koh
22:00
focus on what is completed and successful gives energy; focusing on what is not so successful and negative feedback wears me out
Bradley Waugh
22:33
Enabler: A strategy and enough work to sustain a thirst to learn. Disabler: The opposite of the enabler and long periods of time without authentic connection to friends/peers/stakeholders.
Danielle Balmano
22:52
Clarity of performance and accountability expectations, clear purpose and direction, regular engagement and connections, authentic leadership, trust
Kylie Scott
23:18
Giving energy: the opportunity for long-term cultural change through human connection and conversation. Taking energy: a (misplaced!) sense of duty to 'save the world'...
Christine Callaghan
23:56
Enabler collaboration and shared insights
Joe Fischer
24:00
Thanks to all for the valuable input.
Lyn Kareta
24:25
Enablers: Having clear goals and creative use of technology; Challenges: Need to potentially communicate even more than normally would; Energy - keeping connected both on work front and via personal check-ins
Christine Callaghan
25:32
challenge is how to keep real human connection when screen based - finding excess screen time can be draining if don't take steps to manage the impacts
Anne-Marie Benesovsky
31:41
Feeling guilty because I've got it so good - two separate home offices, no kids to worry about home-schooling, well-stocked pantry etc...
Joe Fischer
36:08
Hi Anne-Marie. Perhaps think of re-framing to gratitude for what you have while maintaining empathy for those less fortunate.
David Crow
43:40
Nice model which we are using is the 5Rs model:
David Crow
44:11
React, Respond, Recover, Rejuvenate, Rejoice!!!
Joe Fischer
45:21
Great model. Thanks a lot for sharing.
Chris Goris
56:14
If you have a question for any of the panel members, be sure to put your questions in the Q&A box.
Edna McKelvey
01:00:00
clear consistent commas.
Lily Koh
01:00:34
How do you keep high performance and team harmony when emotions run high, people are stressed during such severe trials?
Edna McKelvey
01:01:08
comms -sorry. as well as transparency around unknowns and what is able to be done/discussed
Joe Fischer
01:01:37
Thanks for that insightful response, Mark.
Joe Fischer
01:02:02
Thanks a lot Edna.
Christine Callaghan
01:13:34
daily calls to team members to check in and ask purposeful open questions
Kylie Scott
01:14:34
Thank you all.
Christine Callaghan
01:14:47
thank you
Lyn Kareta
01:14:49
Thank you - great webinar
Edna McKelvey
01:14:51
thank you all
Susan Lock
01:14:51
Thanks to all - stay well.
Fernando Domingo
01:15:02
Thank you and stay safe
Danny Lee
01:15:07
Thanks everyone! Really good session!
Lily Koh
01:15:10
Thank you for the insightful session