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Leading During Uncertainty - Shared screen with speaker view
Russ Hill
03:52
Good morning/afternoon/evening depending on where you are.
Russ Hill
04:41
Hey Evelyn! How are things in Puerto Rico?
Damon Coates
13:40
Hi from Grand Island Nebraska.
Catriona Macmillan
14:05
Hello from Edinburgh, in Bonnie Scotland!
Marta Morris
14:07
Hello from Vancouver Island, BC
Jennifer Zarback
14:13
Hello from Murrieta, California!
Julianne Mullins (JCPenney)
14:28
Howdy from Lantana, TX
Karol Pelletier
14:45
hello from San Diego, CA
Joyce Balak
14:49
Hello from Santa Barbara, CA.
Debbie Bianucci
15:18
Hi Guys from Chicago!
Karol Pelletier
15:30
Joyce- I love Santa Barbara!!! Just picked my daughter up from SLO
Jared Jones
15:34
great to see everyone from so many locations
Mona Ali
15:39
Hi, from Michigan!
Mitchell Davis
15:43
hi from nyc
Rahul Saluja
16:26
Hello from Pune, India.
adela gonzalez
16:44
NYC
Becky Terry
16:45
Roanoke, VA
Cayla Marshall
16:48
Salt Lake City, UT
Cindi Bussell
16:49
Dallas Texas
Steve Einig
16:50
St Louis MO
Kathy Ranes
16:53
Michigan
Mary Buscher
16:55
Des Moines, Iowa
Brenna Stein
16:57
Phoenix, AZ
Linda Abood
16:58
Annapolis, MD
Rachel Peterson
16:58
Edmond, OK
Vincent Martinez
16:58
Temecula, CA
Kelly Hanick
16:59
Minneapolis MN
David F Fountain
16:59
Durango, Colorado
Kim Ward
17:01
joining from grand rapids MI
Haley Graves
17:01
Fort Worth, Texas
Mary Early
17:03
Hello from Phoenix, AZ
Chaz Marino
17:04
Amherst Mass.
Andre da Costa
17:04
Duluth, GA
David Hall
17:04
Gilbert, AZ
Diane Setzenfand
17:05
Pittsburgh, PA
Liliana Reyes C
17:28
México
Andrew Gallagher
17:30
Sheltering in Los Angeles, CA
Kathy Neyman
17:40
Nichole Prince - Huntsville, AL
Damon Coates
17:43
Love Nebraska here
Deidre Schneider
17:45
Sacramento
Kimberly Beverly
17:46
Mississauga, ON Canada
Liane Wagner
17:58
Liane Wagner, Frankfurt, Germany
Ron Paul
18:09
Nitin, it’s good to have you on today!
Jennifer Zarback
18:27
Hello Kathy and Deidre!
Marcia Waldman
19:10
Hello from Cherry Hill, NJ
Karol Pelletier
19:31
Whoo Hoo- HORMEL
Ben Kuen
19:52
What's up Karol
Karol Pelletier
20:05
Hello Ben!!!!!!
Karol Pelletier
20:29
Miss all the HORMEL people and happy to see your name
PAULO SLIVA
20:30
hello from Paulo Sliva - ATL
Jessie Palacio
20:36
Phoenix, AZ
Ben Kuen
20:38
Hope all is well out in Cali!
Jennifer Zarback
21:12
We’re all doing our best to stay home here in Cali!
Maureen Lilly
21:29
🙌🙌🙌 For Jim Snee!
Karol Pelletier
21:38
Yes, it is Ben. Thanks for asking. Hoping you and the family are doing well in this time of uncertainty
Karol Pelletier
21:50
Hello Maureen!!!!!!😎
Jared Jones
23:47
it could be your connection Jen
Maureen Lilly
23:48
Hi Karol... this is a great program... thank you for sharing it! hoping you are staying safe!
Jared Jones
25:03
good work Deidre!
Jared Jones
25:07
go SHU
Karol Pelletier
25:08
Maureen- you are very welcome- please share with those I did not include. We will continue doing series to address real time need !
Maureen Lilly
25:56
I sure will .... its valuable both personally and professionally!
Karol Pelletier
28:13
For sure Maureen! I am dealing with a child home from college and a high school sophomore who is struggling with our current enviornment.
Kim Ward
28:32
brad is breaking up just a bit
Catriona Macmillan
28:45
yes, i am finding that too..
Producer Jon
28:51
Hi everyone. We are aware of the audio issues. Zoom is overloaded. We apologize for the experience this creating for you.
Karol Pelletier
29:45
Thanks Jon
Kim Ward
32:02
That they can engage with me if they need me
David Rosskopf
32:06
We can be more productive working from home
Cheryl Van Dyke
32:09
to stay calm
Mona Ali
32:16
employee safety is the number one priority
Elisabeth Nisley
32:19
that we are a team and can help each other
Catriona Macmillan
32:19
That this is temporary, that we will get through this, and we nee dto eb ready
Catherine Crawford
32:22
I am available, we can create.
Shawn Haggadone
32:23
we own it together
Mary Early
32:23
As a team, we can find ways to help our students
Laura Reed
32:24
We are still productive even remotely
Bret Minson
32:25
High quality problem solving will help us navigate this successfully
Jennifer Goddeau
32:26
Connection can happen remotely!!
Kristin Morris
32:27
it's okay to share that you're not feeling okay
Cynthia Hohl
32:28
We can continue to support our patrons remotely
Tina Herron
32:28
We will be okay on the other side of this.
Karol Pelletier
32:30
We can survive- what a great time to innovate
Emma Cheng
32:30
Increasing communication now more than ever as we are leaning on technology
Debbie Bianucci
32:34
We're more important than ever to our customers. They need us!
Sandra Brathwaite
32:35
That everything will get back to normal.
Kathy Ranes
32:37
That location doesn't matter with technology - great work can be done!
Kelly Hanick
32:45
this a development oppty
Theresa Warmelink
32:47
Things will return to the norm
Catriona Macmillan
32:48
There are lessons to be learned right now.
Joyce Balak
32:49
Together we can achieve.
stephanie mcclendon
32:52
Work together and just do it o matter what dept. it belongs to
Gary Gross
32:53
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.
Kimberly Beverly
33:03
Through this we will be stronger as a team
Chris W
33:03
Community. We are in this together and we will be back together.
Kathy Neyman
33:08
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.
Ben Kuen
33:11
Engagement and Empathy will help us navigate the course and be set for success on the other side of this
Frank Sanfilippo
33:25
provide creative solutions
Лев Шишков
33:31
We all 've got to work.
Jennifer Goddeau
34:31
Ben, really appreciate the comment about Engagement and Empathy— always important- and so critical right now
Victoria Garrow
34:47
Embrace the new normal. Innovation forced us to grow from the "old normal" (status quo bias)
Amy Keech
36:21
Asking "what would great look like?"
Christopher Smith
36:49
negativity bias = flight, Optimism = fight?
Catriona Macmillan
39:30
so right...
Ryan
40:37
@Christopher Smith negativity bias = disengage and feel justified in doing so. Choosing optimism = engage and start asking the question “what else can I do?”
Jeanie McCabe
40:44
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".
Bret Minson
40:58
Great comment Jeanie McCabe
Christopher Smith
41:14
that makes sense. thank you.
Karol Pelletier
41:27
Love that Jeanie!!!!
Ron Paul
41:44
Jeanie. So good to see you on. You are spot on.
Jeanie McCabe
42:10
Hi Ron! Good to see you. I learned it all for you and Dwight. :-)
Jared Jones
42:11
the fact that we have the option to make that CHOICE to optimism is key
Karol Pelletier
42:41
Ben- you are spot on...look at the ability for success on the other side....
Ron Paul
44:16
It is intentional optimism to be ATL. We still acknowledge the current reality, but we also extend optimistic faith that all will work out.
Ron Paul
45:05
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….
Ron Paul
45:25
We are optimistic about knowing there will be that end.
Cynthia Hohl
45:48
No audio- buffering
Victoria Garrow
45:57
nope
David Rosskopf
46:00
You can have him try without video
Catriona Macmillan
46:14
Ron - yes, 'This too shall pass' a lesson I learned in the Southern Ocean storms!
Sascha Lange
48:23
Looking forward to the next session!
Victoria Garrow
49:09
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.
Ryan
49:15
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.
Denise Smith
49:40
This has been a great discussion - thank you for sharing - can’t wait for Thursday! We need this!
Ron Gobble
50:11
Great Call. Looking forward to the discussion on Thursday.
Crystal Nelson
50:21
This has been very helpful! Thank you PIL!
Anique Mautner
50:25
You can share this link with anyone who wants to join the next discussion this Thursday: https://tinyurl.com/vvjl4qq
Denise Smith
51:19
Hi Crystal - Great to see you on! Go MWGA
Catriona Macmillan
51:47
Thanks, gotta go but will be back on Thursday - very interesting series.
Adrienne Sigman
51:55
Victoria Garrow - there are links to recordings of these sessions and we will ensure that you receive those links.
Victoria Garrow
53:11
Thank you I will check my inbox for those :)
Producer Jon
54:27
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.
Producer Jon
54:49
We will send out the on-demand versions of these events in followup emails.
Jared Jones
01:03:08
that’s right Rahul.
Victoria Garrow
01:03:17
@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
Jared Jones
01:03:30
we need to be deliberate about teaching ATL and talking about it
Jeanie McCabe
01:05:36
This is such a powerful and important series. Thank you!!
Russ Hill
01:05:54
Thanks everyone!
Damon Coates
01:06:20
thank you all
Victoria Garrow
01:06:22
Thank you look forward to Thurseday
Ron Paul
01:06:24
It’s wonderful that all of us are nurturing this discussion at this critical time. Thanks all!
Laura Brock
01:06:24
Thank you!
Liliana Reyes C
01:06:33
Thanks!
Kathy Ranes
01:06:41
Thank you!
Marta Abel
01:06:44
Thank you
Sandra Brathwaite
01:06:44
Thank you1