What I’ve Learned from COVID-19
Professional and Personal Opportunities from the Pandemic
With six months of experience living our business and personal lives in the unprecedented COVID crisis, what have we learned that can be useful as we go forward? There is every indication that the crisis will be with us for some time to come. Even the most bullish economists say employment will take years to get back to 2019 levels, and the overall economy won’t likely rebound for another six months. Some industries will never be the same. Winston Churchill said, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” What will we do differently as a result of COVID? Will we make those changes permanent? Can we improve our businesses and jobs? Our personal lives?
Attendees will get an opportunity to spend an hour reflecting on what we have learned from the COVID crisis. Hear success stories from other businesses that can be applied to your own business, and then commit to a written action plan to capitalize on opportunities that will improve the future of our own lives and the lives of our colleagues, friends, and family.
Joe Walker is a sought after Speaker, Executive Coach, Team and Talent Builder, Strategic Planner and Board Member. Throughout his business career, Joe has led international companies, (R.L. Polk & Co. now IHS Markit) a professional services firm (Plunkett & Cooney), as well as for-profit and not-for-profit associations and foundations (ex. Providence Health Foundation) as a Board Member and Board Chairman, CEO, COO, General Counsel, President of an International Division and Consultant.