In the face of a crisis, how do we learn as organisations and individuals? What are the challenges to learning, and what can we do to ensure we continue to learn with a sustainable, long-term vision?
- The costs and benefits of working from home
- The importance of leadership and team culture to make working from home, work
- Mindfulness, a resource from within, in rapidly changing circumstances
- Social Identity and Identity Leadership as further resources in current times
The Covid-19 pandemic has compelled organisations to quickly adapt to new ways of working. Such a prolonged global crisis has highlighted the need for learning and adapting to new and rapidly changing circumstances, both at the organisational and individual level.
In this one-hour session, two speakers from Goethe University’s Center for Leadership and Behavior in Organizations, Professor Guido Friebel and Dorian Hartlaub, will share their research and findings on how organisations and individuals can learn from crises, and what this means for organisational culture and workplace trust, as well as how mindfulness and social identity can lay a foundation for well-being and balance at work and in life.
The session will include a 5-minute meditation session, breakout room activities with participants, as well as live Q and A with the speakers.