"Never let a good crisis go to waste."
- Winston Churchill
NOTE TO SELF: If you're going through Hell, keep going (Another Churchill Quote)
Brutal Fact #1
YOU get to choose how you respond or react to this unprecedented and undesired time of uncertainty, confusion, stress, fear and worry.
Time to DECIDE . . . how will you shift the way you lead and manage people to turn this crisis into an unexpected opportunity?
Keep in mind . . . fear and creativity always go hand in hand. You can't have one without the other. Fear's intent is to keep you safe. So while it is wise to be cautious, don't let it immobilize you.
Brutal Fact #2
How you lead and manage people during this crisis can be your competitive edge, or your downfall.
Time to COMMIT . . . and get everyone on board.
Keep in mind . . . words are powerful. "Have-to" and "should" only evoke resistance and resentment -- from you and others. "Choose to" on the other hand is powerful and can be very empowering.
What if this crisis is just what we need to discover and own what's most important AND to make those long overdue shifts . . . in our perspective, priorities and possibilities?
Brutal Fact #3
The "wait and see" mentality is costly.
Our world, our businesses, and our lives will never be the same after this. The reality is that no one really knows how things will evolve.
Keep in mind . . . if you are waiting to see what happens, you're missing out on valuable time to transform your leadership, your business, and your results -- now and later.
Kat's program development is helping us achieve our goal of bridging the gap between the military and civilian work environment. Her ability to help our vets learn vital ways to lead in the private sector, across generations is remarkable.
Making the shift from micromanaging to trusting my team and being the President of the company is challenging. Kat is a trusted advisor and is providing the ongoing support and accountability I need to stay the course.
Kat's executive coaching and actionable tools have helped me prioritize endless, competing priorities. As a result, I've been able to stay focused on what's most important as we further enhance and expand our programs and service.