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 the COVID-19 crisis. Given the high level of interest, I will upload several posts in the next few days to share my perspectives and opinions.
Last week I had the opportunity with Professor Holly Raider to host a webinar for Kellogg’s Executive Education community around the world titled Leading Yourself and Your Organization Through the COVID-19 Pandemic. Kellogg Insights published an article on the webinar. A link to the recording of the webinar is below.
Here’s a summary from Kellogg Insights:
“Under today’s staggering circumstances, it is natural for leaders to feel unprepared to lead capably, nimbly, and honorably. In this recorded webinar, Professor Harry Kraemer discusses what leaders should consider in order to stand the best chances of emerging from the current crisis with their organization (and their conscience) intact.”
Feel free to send me your feedback or comments any time!
Thank you for moderating last week’ “Kellogg Legends: A Conversation with Professor Emeritus Alfred Rappaport.”