For the last two Roundtables, we have examined the future of live vs online events and then in February, the pressure that sales leaders are under. For the next one, we want to discuss the challenges that the men and women at the top have faced and how they have battled through.
We know that in the early weeks of the COVID-19 crisis, organizations all over the world scrambled to make sense of the rapidly evolving situation and its implications. Their focus on protecting the health and safety of their employees, families, and communities was the overwhelming necessity. That was followed by a rush to preserve the business and its ability to sustain operations and its workforce.
Now, businesses are reengineering to emerge from the crisis. While some are looking to merely survive, others are actively looking at how they might reimagine their business models and return stronger than they were.
Will 2021 will be a tipping point?
We are entering a new phase and whether we call it restarting, rebuilding, or reimagining, senior executives are now taking a more holistic and deliberate approach to what comes next.
The panel will comprise of CEO's who have nervously, but bravely (possibly fearlessly), steered their ships through the choppy waters of COVID-19.
Jonathan Farrington hosted that panel comprised: Bob Apollo, Kevin Eikenberry, David Mattson and jay Mitchell.