How to thrive post-COVID
with Donna Kennedy-Glans, author
Original premiere date: 20 May 2022
At the time of the recording of this Conversation, May 11, 2022, it has been two years and two months since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic – a health pandemic that ripped through our lives; a pandemic that upended everything you thought you knew.
As M. Scott Peck points out in “The Road Less Traveled,” the roadmap of your life was suddenly out of date. The first line of the book states, “Life is Difficult,” and the journey to self awareness and actualization is a rough and tumble journey. For all of us who are navigating the COVID-19 challenge, we know this, says Donna Kennedy-Glans, the author of “Teaching the Dinosaur to Dance.”
Businesses small, medium and large remain stunned as the future of their organizations remains uncertain. Kennedy-Glans says, “Disruption rules the day and the vain hope of maintaining the status quo is, in fact, doing harm to many organizations. It’s time to wake up to some tough new realities and reinvent your organization.”
Stuart McNish invited Donna Kennedy-Glans to join him for a Conversation That Matters about how we pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, roll up our sleeves, get reoriented, and move forward.
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