Monthly Archives: April 2020

Leading in Challenging Times with Harry Kraemer (Webinar)

Wednesday, April 29th 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CT Navigate through the four principles of values-based leadership with featured speaker, Harry Kraemer, as we explore how to lead ourselves and communities through the COVID-19 crisis. In today’s uncertain and unprecedented circumstances, our leaders are now being challenged to adapt and succeed like never before. In this webinar, Harry Kraemer will

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Airbnb is facing an unprecedented threat from the coronavirus (Article)

Troy Wolverton of Business Insider interviewed Harry for a recent article about Airbnb: “If I was the CEO, I’d look at [Airbnb’s board] and say, ‘Hey, I’ve got a good, diverse group of people that have been through the ringer. They’ve had a lot of experiences in the past,’” said Harry Kraemer, clinical professor of leadership at Northwestern University’s Kellogg

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Congress: Fund The PPP For Small Businesses! Big Corporations— Hands Off… For Your Own Good (Article)

In this article for Forbes, Harry’s Kellogg colleague and friend Robert Wolcott writes about the imperative for corporations to “do the right thing” when deciding how to respond to the US government’s Paycheck Protection Program: “While Congress quarrels about additional funding for the Payroll Protection Program (PPP), many small business owners face catastrophic decisions. In this context, everyone’s asking, “what

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Leading yourself and others through the COVID-19 crisis

First, and most importantly, I pray that you, your family, and friends are safe and healthy. In this incredibly challenging time, it is critical we find ways to stay connected to each other despite being physically separated. Many Kellogg students, alums, and executives have asked for my advice and opinions on how best to personally cope and lead others through

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