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Hey Evelyn! How are things in Puerto Rico?
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hello from San Diego, CA
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Joyce- I love Santa Barbara!!! Just picked my daughter up from SLO
great to see everyone from so many locations
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hi from nyc
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Sheltering in Los Angeles, CA
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Love Nebraska here
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Nitin, it’s good to have you on today!
Hello Kathy and Deidre!
Hello from Cherry Hill, NJ
Whoo Hoo- HORMEL
What's up Karol
Miss all the HORMEL people and happy to see your name
hello from Paulo Sliva - ATL
Hope all is well out in Cali!
We’re all doing our best to stay home here in Cali!
🙌🙌🙌 For Jim Snee!
Yes, it is Ben. Thanks for asking. Hoping you and the family are doing well in this time of uncertainty
it could be your connection Jen
Hi Karol... this is a great program... thank you for sharing it! hoping you are staying safe!
good work Deidre!
Maureen- you are very welcome- please share with those I did not include. We will continue doing series to address real time need !
I sure will .... its valuable both personally and professionally!
For sure Maureen! I am dealing with a child home from college and a high school sophomore who is struggling with our current enviornment.
brad is breaking up just a bit
yes, i am finding that too..
Hi everyone. We are aware of the audio issues. Zoom is overloaded. We apologize for the experience this creating for you.
That they can engage with me if they need me
We can be more productive working from home
Cheryl Van Dyke
to stay calm
employee safety is the number one priority
that we are a team and can help each other
That this is temporary, that we will get through this, and we nee dto eb ready
I am available, we can create.
we own it together
As a team, we can find ways to help our students
We are still productive even remotely
High quality problem solving will help us navigate this successfully
Connection can happen remotely!!
it's okay to share that you're not feeling okay
We can continue to support our patrons remotely
We will be okay on the other side of this.
We can survive- what a great time to innovate
Increasing communication now more than ever as we are leaning on technology
We're more important than ever to our customers. They need us!
That everything will get back to normal.
That location doesn't matter with technology - great work can be done!
this a development oppty
Things will return to the norm
There are lessons to be learned right now.
Together we can achieve.
Work together and just do it o matter what dept. it belongs to
Life will eventually return to normal. Until then, we know who we are and what we can do. Let's keep focused and engaged, and keep having fun.
Through this we will be stronger as a team
Community. We are in this together and we will be back together.
That our organization has their best interest at heart! The decisions that are made will ensure their safety and health will be protected! We all have to be aligned around this belief.
Engagement and Empathy will help us navigate the course and be set for success on the other side of this
provide creative solutions
We all 've got to work.
Ben, really appreciate the comment about Engagement and Empathy— always important- and so critical right now
Embrace the new normal. Innovation forced us to grow from the "old normal" (status quo bias)
Asking "what would great look like?"
negativity bias = flight, Optimism = fight?
@Christopher Smith negativity bias = disengage and feel justified in doing so. Choosing optimism = engage and start asking the question “what else can I do?”
To me, Optimism is a choice to leave the fight or flight response and re-engage our frontal cortex to choose to act "above the line".
Great comment Jeanie McCabe
that makes sense. thank you.
Love that Jeanie!!!!
Jeanie. So good to see you on. You are spot on.
Hi Ron! Good to see you. I learned it all for you and Dwight. :-)
the fact that we have the option to make that CHOICE to optimism is key
Ben- you are spot on...look at the ability for success on the other side....
It is intentional optimism to be ATL. We still acknowledge the current reality, but we also extend optimistic faith that all will work out.
In my previous work early in my career of working in a psychiatric environment, I’ve come to learn that ALL crises have a beginning, and ALL crises will have an end….
We are optimistic about knowing there will be that end.
No audio- buffering
You can have him try without video
Ron - yes, 'This too shall pass' a lesson I learned in the Southern Ocean storms!
Looking forward to the next session!
Are there links to the webinars. I was in the first one as well and would like to share them with my Executive MBA cohort.
Make sure to join Marcus and I on Thursday at this same time, as we dig into Agility and how to develop it. It will be a wonderful discussion.
This has been a great discussion - thank you for sharing - can’t wait for Thursday! We need this!
Great Call. Looking forward to the discussion on Thursday.
This has been very helpful! Thank you PIL!
You can share this link with anyone who wants to join the next discussion this Thursday: https://tinyurl.com/vvjl4qq
Hi Crystal - Great to see you on! Go MWGA
Thanks, gotta go but will be back on Thursday - very interesting series.
Victoria Garrow - there are links to recordings of these sessions and we will ensure that you receive those links.
Thank you I will check my inbox for those :)
If you have any questions you would like answered live, please use the Q&A tool. You can click on that icon at the bottom of the Zoom window.
We will send out the on-demand versions of these events in followup emails.
that’s right Rahul.
@Mitchell not all managers are leaders - and not all leaders are "managers" I see this top 10 and bottom 10 and 80% are all dynamic. I think emergent leaders will be identified during this time. So personal accountability on ourselves. Creating personal value. Be above the line
we need to be deliberate about teaching ATL and talking about it
This is such a powerful and important series. Thank you!!
thank you all
Thank you look forward to Thurseday
It’s wonderful that all of us are nurturing this discussion at this critical time. Thanks all!
Liliana Reyes C