36 results for tag: COVID-19


Shaping Talent & Organization to Drive Opportunities within System Providers After COVID-19

There's a new B.C.: Before COVID. That means A.C., After COVID, is on the horizon. We still have so many questions: What will the world of Healthcare look like? What new skills will be required to react to public health needs and drive system growth? How will ...
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Agile R&D Leaders Are More Successful and Here is Why

The life sciences industry is largely driven by the demands of the research and development (R&D) cycle. Biotech and pharma companies seeking to promote new products and services must first go through the arduous R&D process before they can bring them ...
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Doing Business Well in the Time of COVID-19: Lessons from the US Navy During World War II

COVID-19 has given the public a re-appreciation of leaders and organizations pushing through previously unimagined challenges to continue to advance their business, protect employees, and improve their service to customers. During World War II, a little-known ...
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A Working World Altered By COVID-19 Beckons; Is the Class of 2021 Ready?

Forgive the college class of 2021 for feeling a twinge of anxiety as they prepare for their final semester of studies. They have arrived at their future, and it's a hollow image of what they envisioned when they so carefully and excitedly chose colleges ...
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Should You Be Worried About the New COVID Strains?

The news headlines about mutated COVID strains originating in the UK, South Africa, and elsewhere have spread anxiety about the implications for organizations and individuals alike. Recently identified in the US, it likely arrived here by mid-November, with ...
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4 Leadership Lessons to Emerge Stronger Through Adversity

COVID-19 has been the great leadership equalizer. It has unmasked imposters and revealed dormant leadership strengths. During the pandemic, many leaders stewarded their businesses through unrelenting challenges and unchartered territory. They approached ...
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The Leader’s Megaphone

It's no secret that leaders are being challenged in ways that are very different... at the vortex and velocity of socio-economic pressures for change and a continuing COVID impact. As one CEO shared, "It's the perfect storm and it's not going away. I'm ...
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A Full Table at Christmas This Year May Mean an Empty One in the Years Ahead, Experts Warn

Choose to keep chairs empty at the holidays this year or risk having them empty for years to come. That's the message being delivered in various forms by public health experts and politicians as COVID-19 continues to spread at a devastating pace. The ...
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Are You Paying Attention to What Matters in This Pandemic?

What are you paying attention to during this pandemic? What you're focusing on can make a big difference to your business, your career, and your health. Many people are very excited by the prospect of effective vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna. This ...
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Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 on Women in the Workplace

Thirty-five years ago, in November 1985, the female labor force participation rate was 54.7%. It was a record at the time, but that number has been steadily rising, proof of significant efforts in gender equality in the workplace—that is, until now. As ...
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How COVID-19 Has Changed Clinical Leadership

“Crises by their nature tend to be disorienting and to promote disorganization and institutional dysfunction,” says Tony Barbato, M.D., a WittKieffer physician executive consultant. This may sound familiar to many clinical leaders enduring the current ...
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Now is the Time to Figure Out How You’ll Thrive in the New Normal Post COVID-19

Good companies are finding smart ways to survive COVID-19. Great companies are planning how they are going to thrive once we're out of the woods.COVID-19 is upending every business in every industry, with many doing everything they can just to survive each ...
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