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March At C-Level
Don’t even know how to start. Perhaps the best way is via meme. Time does seem to get blurry recently...

Instead of our usual pithy comments, we’ll just launch right into a Table of Contents for the March At C-Level:

1. Our 2020 SSL (Survey of Senior Leadership) is complete! Lots of good info, peruse at your leisure.

2. March Madness . What that means today to leaders.

3. When Leadership is Damned Hard . Subtitled How to make a difference when no one’s paying attention .
Crazy times. Let us know if we can help in any way – we’re here for you .
Our 2020 Survey of Senior Leadership is complete, and another big thanks to those who participated. Your inputs gave us good insight into what your concerns are as we hurtle towards 2020. Of course, it’s PC – meaning “pre-Coronavirus.”

Lots of input around leadership development and talent management; AI and Change Management are gaining ground – and likely will continue post-Coronavirus.

96% of you said you would maintain or increase headcount in 2020. We’ll see how that plays out in the brave, new, post-PC world.
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When Leadership Is Damned Hard
-- Or, how to make a difference when no one's paying attention.

By D. Kevin Berchelmann

We know for certain that burying our head in the sand and pretending that nothing is going on is positively insane. It’s like your 2 year-old child closing his or her eyes and saying, “you can’t see me.”

Though many leadership skills are timeless, and probably should be exhibited anyway, there are always times when certain skills have more value than others. Leadership is, after all, situational.

If you find yourself between two slugs arguing, it’s probably not the time to haul out your skills at articulating your leadership vision. A necessary skill, to be sure, but at that moment, conflict resolution knowledge would be really helpful.

Situational , see? There are 5 keys to leading effectively during these times..

A New March Madness
-- No basketball, but plenty of hoops to jump through.

By Kevin Ross

I used to think March Madness was all about basketball and our annual trip to Augusta for the Masters. Nothing like a global pandemic to change my perspective.

COVID-19 has affected nearly every aspect of our lives. These are uncertain and anxiety-producing times. Some changes are temporary (like the toilet paper shortage), but some will have a fundamental and lasting effect on how we view the workplace. Sam Cooke had it right five and a half decades ago when he penned: “…It’s been a long, a long time coming, but I know a change gonna come…”

But what an incredible opportunity for leaders!

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