When faced with a seemingly impossible task, you have two choices: accept defeat, or come up with an alternative, says Anthony Guerra, who talks about a lesson he recently learned in “the art of the impossible.”
If a leader chooses to bury his head in the sand while a public relations issue threatens the integrity of the organization, that person is no leader at all, says Kate Gamble.
The outcome of a selection process is only going to be accepted by all parties if they believe the process was fair, says Anthony Guerra, who talks about the importance of good governance.
Lack of proper crisis prevention and response can severely damage an organization’s financial status and credibility, says Judy Kirby, who provides practical advice on how to minimize the damage.
It didn’t take a hashtag for most people to realize that sexist comments and behaviors are a significant problem, says Kate Gamble, who talks about the importance of having “real discussions.”