How can we support those who are leading in wildly different and difficult times?
The need for leadership is more pressing than ever in the current COVID-19 pandemic and there have been some interesting conversations about the kind of leadership needed...and lets keep those ideas coming, but what about the “How? How can we provide leadership support virtually as we practice social distancing. Luckily, a number of leadership practitioners have been experimenting with virtual learning for a while and some folks have been experimenting with virtual communities of practice and networks as vehicles for supporting and developing leadership. No doubt, some of you have already come up with innovations in the past week. Let’s bring all of our experiences together, the good and the bad, so that we learn more quickly together about how to best support those who are leading in wildly different and difficult times.
LLC is partnering up with Marian Urquilla who raised this timely question and invited us to join together in hosting and peer learning conversation among leadership development practitioners. Marian is the co-founder of the Center for Community Investment and serves as a member of the Annie E. Casey Results Count® faculty. In those roles, she's been working with others over the last week to figure out how to meet the challenge of the moment and think through how to move leadership development work to a virtual mode. She's hungry to talk to others who have experience with virtual delivery or who are also trying to figure out this challenge.
We hope you can join us!
Virtual Brainstorming on Virtual Leadership Development Strategies
Monday | March 23 | 9:30 - 11:00 PT / 12:30 - 2:00 ET